Saturday, April 10, 2010

Fringe Trees

I love fringe trees. They are native in much of the eastern half of the USA, but nowhere are they very common. These wonderful trees can be grown from central Florida northward to southern Canada. The blooms are fragrant. The trees are desciduous. In the fall, the leaves turn gold then fall quickly. While not common, they are native to the area. Shown is a young Fringe Tree in bloom, and a closeup of the blooms.

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