My favorite Tabeubia tree is reclaiming its glory 2 1/2 years after Hurricane Irma

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I’ve photographed this Tabebuia tree for years. It is my favorite Tabebuia tree and is in the yard of a resident of the neighborhood next to ours here in Naples, Fla. The scene (above) is from March 22, 2020, and shows that while it is not as full as it was before damage from Hurricane Irma in September 2017, it has returned to quite a bit of glory. The photos on this page show the date each photo was taken, so you can see before, after and recovering phases. Although you’ll see other colors for Tabebuia blooms, the one I enjoy most is the one with yellow ones (or, officially “gold” as in this Tabebuia chrysotricha). Click here for all my photos of tabebuia … (Remember: Click on the image for a bigger version – then click on that one for the full-size photo.)

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