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This is exactly the correct time of year for those in the southern hemisphere for the Photo Friday: Blossom challenge.
Contrasting pink blossom against the evergreen.
An large, old cherry (I think) tree on our property has fallen or been pushed over. Suckers, now trees in their own right, have sprouted from the root system and produce a copious quantity of blossom, but no fruit, each year.
I couldn’t choose between these two red blossoms with bee(s) …
… so I used them both.
September 11, 2004 flora podcast