39 Replies to “Looking Up Through Trees: Almost A Rainbow”

          1. I remember when ‘Saratoga’ was popular, particularly in Saratoga. I never liked it. The leaves look like trout tails, and turn only pastel yellow in autumn. So-called ‘landscape designers’ raved about the pastel yellow as if it were an asset.

    1. You’ve made me wonder how accurately we remember smells. I’ve cut a vase of Spanish bluebells from my garden – there are so many packed in, they won’t be missed and I don’t need them to set any more seed. They seem to last a long time as a cut flower. People often say the Spanish ones are not fragrant but mine are and they somehow remind me of sweet peas.

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