Nature, Wordless Wednesday The Hawthorne Tree Abloom Image June 7, 2017 Laurie Graves 22 Comments Share this:TwitterFacebook Related
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Beautiful flowers Laurie!☺💖 xxx
That tree is a sight to behold.
We planted our hawthorne on our first wedding anniversary..it is thriving and this year it show lovely blooms like this.
Such a lovely story. Long may that tree bloom!
Hope you hear me shouting GORGEOUS. 🙂
I did hear the shouting 😉
I love to see the red Hawthorn (or the Red May as it is sometimes called). I had a lovely red Hawthorn in the garden of the house where I grew up. Beautiful photo, Laurie!
Thanks, Clare. I’ve never seen another in our town. Of course, one might be tucked away in someone’s yard.
Wow – I love that!
It’s quite a tree!
What a nice remembrance as you so recently celebrated your 40th. I didn’t know what tree this was. Thanks for sharing its beauty and story,
Such a beautiful blossom!
It is a beauty, and so is the tree, of course.
Holy cow–that’s amazing!
Such a beautiful tree. It’s in a friend’s yard, and it’s the only hawthorne tree that around here that I know of.
We have planted several hawthorns over the years. Subsequently, I found several wild owns growing in our forest! – Oscar
The hawthorn is in a friend’s yard. I had never seen a hawthorn tree before, and I know of no others in Winthrop. Of course, there might be some that I’m not aware of.
Always a pleasure to see a red hawthorn.
It’s the only one I have ever seen. There might be other trees in the area but if so, then I haven’t noticed them.
I can’t imagine a country without hawthorn, we even have our own sub-species in the midlands – the unimaginatively named Midlands Hawthorn. https://www.woodlandtrust.org.uk/visiting-woods/trees-woods-and-wildlife/british-trees/native-trees/midland-hawthorn/
Lovely, but not common in Maine! Thanks for sending the link.
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