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Thursday, July 18, 2013

ALL MY TREES CAME OUT OF THE GROUND AND WERE OUT DANCING IN THE STREET! (HAPPY DAYS ARE HERE AGAIN PHOTO BLOG)


CELEBRATE THE RAIN WITH US!!


Hi Everybody!!
Sharing with You the *Great Rains* in Texas this week!!  Hooray, Texas has been saved. My trees have been saved. Rainbow Creek has had just enough rain every day to cool off from the 3 digit temps. Huge clouds that do not melt and rain clouds that rain-----a winning combination for my Trees. They are sooooo happy, they were dancing in the street! (well, almost). It is a good thing no one comes down my road to see us out walking in the street, enjoying the cool down. WE are one old lady, one fat Sissy, one little golden King, one baby buzzard in the tree and one kite in the other tree-all watching the sky! Who would believe it? (True)
Enjoy your photostudy and slideshow of the great sky!
Baby Buzz (black vulture)









The Kite





















Buzz family


Sky slide show (short)
video


The Bees and Flowers are happy also!

The Bumblebee


 The White Orchid Tree










 Crape Myrtle (Burgundy Cotton)



Crape Myrtle (Near East Pink)



 Sweet Almond Verbena Tree (Aloysia)


http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Aloysia

Aloysia

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Aloysia is a genus of flowering plants in the verbena family, Verbenaceae. The roughly 35 species of aromatic shrubs it contains are generally known as beebrushes, with the most well-known being lemon verbena (A. citrodora). The genus is named for Maria Luisa of Parma (1751-1819), wife of King Charles IV of Spain.[3]

Selected species[edit|edit source]


From the Google Index:
  1. Aloysia virgata (Sweet Almond Tree Verbena) - Plant Delights Nursery

    www.plantdelights.com/Aloysia-virgata-Sweet-Almond-Tree.../7587/
    Aloysia virgata, buy Aloysia virgata for sale from Plant Delights Nursery, award-winning ... Aloysia virgata (Sweet Almond Tree Verbena) ... behaves as an 8' tall perennial, where in more southerly climates it makes a large open shrub to 15'.

...this is brendasue signing off from Rainbow Creek.  See You next time! Hope You are getting rain.
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