Last month I mentioned that the tree down the street had bloom and I didn’t get the chance to take photos. I first photographed it 2 years ago and asked for help identifying the tree. The owner did not know what kind of tree it is. In February it has pink blossoms for a short while. Some people suggested a fruit tree or almond tree, but the tree makes no fruit or nut. Most people suggested a Redbud tree. I looked it up and found this description:Read More
(Amaryllis is a subtropical bulb that belongs to the Amaryllidaceae family and is native to South Africa. It is grown as a potted plant in most parts of the United States but can also be grown outdoors year round in warm areas like Florida.)
Two weeks ago I shared a spring flowering tree with white blossoms falling like snow. The tree is still showering the ground with white blossoms. I believe it is a type of azalea that grows as a multi-trunk small tree. Now the ring of amaryllis around the tree are in bloom. Spring has arrived in Central Florida.