Saturday, April 21, 2007

Crepe Myrtle Garden


Crepe myrtle trees line a pathway traveling 800 feet along one edge of the Botanical Gardens. The trees are not yet in bloom, but when they are, it's an explosion of white, pink, and purple blossoms. It's several degrees cooler here than in the rose or iris gardens, thanks to the shady branches.

2 comments:

Gerald England said...

interesting foliage -- Hyde DP has a bit of a puzzle posted today

Abraham Lincoln said...

Very pretty picture. I like your photography.

Abraham Lincoln
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