A photo a day of Rancho Palos Verdes, Rolling Hills & Palos Verdes Estates, located on the hills of PV peninsula at the southwestern tip of Los Angeles county
It's beautiful Tash! I don't think I've ever seen one of these. My grandparents had a tree with a green bark like that, but I don't remember what the leaves looked like, or even if it had any, except for some huge wicked thorns!
What a beautiful tree - I've never seen this before.And what I find so delightful is another way to look at fall - not just red leaves, but also fuschia flowers.
What a stunning tree! I've never seen this before...lovely.
I like their giant pods with the cotton encased seeds. They also make overly effective back scratchers.
These flowers go very well with my boots today!!!
I always wondered what this was called. Beautiful shot! Yup, our fall colors aren't leaves... they're flowers!
Now, this is the tree that has spines on its lower regions, yes? My dog has backed into such a tree for some private time and been most surprised and dismayed.
I love the bumps on their trunks, too. But the flowers are amazing.AH, you crack me up.
Very different fall 'color' than we have. The blooms are beautiful.
Almost like some sort of orchid.
A beautiful colourful display. Thanks for your kind comment re my 1st anniversary post.
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