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so that is the name of that tree! i love its flowers :)and congrats for your 100th post tomorrow, will check it out for sure
You have some wonderful plants; many are new to me and probably wouldn't grow in England unless protected.
Your flower photographs are just stunning. Love the collage of the Manish market too. And congratulations for your 100th tomorrow.
I think your photo of this tree with so many bright red flowers is very good. I like it. I have not seen or heard of this tree before. Does it then have a fruit or a nut after the flowers?Abraham LincolnToday you will get to see the baby raccoons...Brookville Daily Photo
Your flower series is stunning - so many colors and shapes!
Brilliant - I love the color!
these brilliant flowers paint the town red!
the tree must be so pretty from far away with its red flowers!
beautiful red! I think i haven't seen any tree with red flowers... :)
Nice snaps!! keep going
Do I have the synonyms for you. I will post my poinciana tomorrow. But it probably will not be the last one that I post. Every place you look, you find magnificent trees ablaze in color.
I know the name "Flame Tree" only from the title of a book that was very popular here (but which I've never read): The Flame Trees of Thika: Memories of an African Childhood by Elspeth Huxley. Never knew what it looked like, though. Great photos.
These flowers are gorgeous!! I love the color and the details on the flowers.
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