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Re: Some spring color in my neighborhood
Posted by Alex NYC on 4/5/2017, 11:54 pm, in reply to "Some spring color in my neighborhood"
WOW those bougainvilleas are unbelievable. I love bougainvilleas but I have never seen them as willing to bloom as the ones in your photos. They obviously love it in your climate.
The oleanders look amazing too! I love oleanders but I had to rip out mine because they were so sparse and unhealthy looking. I'm replacing it with a variegated one!
Ficus are awesome trees for the desert. It's amazing how much shade they can provide and their foliage is so bold and glossy.
Amazing photo underwater with your iphone! I didn't realize the photo quality would be so good underwater. Pretty nice to be on your phone by the pool without worrying too!
Thanks for sharing!
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WAS: New York City; zone 7b
NOW: Gainesville, FL; zone 8b/9a