|Category:||Nature Photography | Posted:||April 1, 2017|
Seeds in a White Flowering Dogwood Tree
Watch Me Bloom!
Macro Photos Contest Entry
These green seeds, which are EACH about the size of a grain of rice, will eventually be the center of white dogwood blossoms. In the fall, these seeds turn ruby red and can be plucked, and through a laborious process, be treated and planted to produce a new tree. Some of you saw my photo of these dogwood buds encased in ice in January. I am happy to report they survived the deep freeze. Graceful white blossoms will soon emerge around these green seeds.
|Post Type||Photography||Mixed Media||None|
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