Blue heavenly blooms
Dazzle in the morning sky
Some Jacaranda trees produce foliage and flowers at the same time. I have noticed that these trees are the last to shed their flowers. While the other Jacarandas have already gone bare, this one in my street hasn’t even shed a single flower. Oh well, I might be exaggerating a bit. There may be a spent flower here and there, but there’s no blue carpet on the ground. I’ll keep an eye on this tree and note down when I notice some more flowers on the footpath. Until then, let’s enjoy this magnificent Jacaranda tree!
Happy weekend to all from warm and sunny Sydney! 🙂
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Yeah, they are special!
They are indeed. Thanks, Cindy, for your lovely comment.
Very beautiful and enjoy that warm and sunny Sydney weather.
Thank you, Greg, I will.
Magnificent! I never tire of admiring the wondrous beauty of the Jacarandas. Thank you!
My pleasure, Priscilla. I feel just like you about the Jacarandas.
Bonjour ou bonsoir mon Amie IRINAS BON NOEL
Un petit mot de tous les jours
Ça va, merci!!
C’est une marque de confiance , que je t’adresse
Avec du soleil en abondance ou une nuit remplit de sommeil
Ces petits gestes viennent du cœur
Je te fais aussi un clin d’œil que je puisse te faire sourire
C’est une bonne recette du bonheur
Gros bisous Bernard
Merci, Bernard, pour tes gentils mots. Joyeux Noel a toi. Gros bisous Irina
What a beautiful tree the Jacaranda is! It must be fabulous to see it flowering along your street, or have one in your garden. I imagine the one in your photo has shed its flowers by now. Lovely photos, Irina.
I look forward to November each year because of the Jacarandas. Yes, you’re right, the one in my street has shed its flowers. Glad you enjoyed the photos.