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Looking toward the Blue Ridge Mountains over the Black Mountain Golf Course

Tuesday, May 4, 2021

Other azaleas

 We've seen Flame Azaleas, and the really bright pink ones in my neighborhood.

Today I found some dwarf ones, and a large collection of white ones.

Once again the pruning efforts have left this small bush looking pretty unbalanced.



I only saw bumble bees on all the azaleas, no honey bees.

Today's quote:
Patriotism is a kind of religion; it is the egg from which wars are hatched. - Guy de Maupassant, short story writer and novelist (5 Aug 1850-1893) 


14 comments:

  1. ...I always enjoy the white ones.

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  2. Hello,
    The azaleas are pretty, I like the pink and the white ones. We have a white one that was planted when we bought the home over 30 years ago. It is big now. Have a great day and a happy week ahead.

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    1. When they are allowed to grow big, they sure can be huge.

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  3. Over-pruned or not, the flowers look good to my northern eyes.

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    1. It's sure nicer than all the grey/brown of winter, isn't it?

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  4. Love the azaleas blooming there!

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    1. Spring in North Carolina is one of my favorite seasons.

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  5. I love bumblebees (tiny flying pandas!) but rarely see them these days. :(

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    1. Great annalogy for these little buzzing gals.

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