OK, so beauty in nature is transitory. Here’s my favorite Tabebuia tree (in big photo above) less than two weeks after I posted a photo of its beautiful blooms for this spring of 2020. I’ve posted the other photo at right. Sigh. Well, the seasons change and it’s why seeing the Tabebuia blooms are so special each year. 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 the earlier post of the Tabebuia tree in 2020 | or, click here for all my photos of tabebuia, but note the stupid WordPress system doesn’t post them chronologically as you’d expect … (Remember: Click on the image for a bigger version – then click on that one for the full-size photo.)
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