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Ornamental trees album is a fine example of how nature displays every color on the wheel. These pictures of trees are sure to catch your artistic eye.
In our human world we may often disagree. But there is one thing you must admit. And that is the fact that any walk with a camera is bound to present the perfect photo opportunity.
Ornamental trees album is fun to fill with some of the most interesting pictures around. From early spring to late summer you will find a variety of flowers that are pleasing to the eye.
Some even have a fragrance to them. But really not very many. Most are just nice to look at and enjoy the birds who come to visit.
Some have a story behind them that gets carried from generation to generation. Like the Dogwood that has been around supposedly since the times Christ walked on earth.
What makes them ornamental? Some may say it is the size. Others may speculate it is the flowers that they produce.
Often they produce fruit that is good only for birds. But then that in itself is a good reason to plant them, don't you agree?
I guess you may not agree if you don't enjoy birds in your yard. But for those of us who do, I like choosing the trees that give them little berries to feast on.
I carried the Mimosa tree from Kansas one year. It seeded from a tree in my back yard. My mom kept it going for years. It was still blooming last year. It deserves a place in our ornamental trees album
I found an interesting variety of ornamental trees in California. Because their growing season is longer than many states you have the opportunity to enjoy a larger variety of flowering trees.
I've never seen a flower like the feathery ones in this middle picture. I'm not sure what they are called but if you know, please leave a note and tell us all about them.
Remember that Dogwood I mentioned earlier? Here are two images to enjoy. Dogwoods grow all over WV, the state where I grew up.
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