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Redbud and Dogwood in Pine

 
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I love how the colors offset each other. Fleeting beauty.
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Artie Scott wrote:I love how the colors offset each other. Fleeting beauty.



I do too! Our redbuds are overlapping the dogwoods and plums this year so we have a lot of blooming contrast. To make it even prettier, the rose verbena is blooming with violets, wild onions, spring beauties, wood sorrel and hoary puccoon on the ground beneath them. It is almost too gorgeous for words. I love spring!
 
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