that's a fabulous tree... do you know if they are available for backyards too? or are that more "wild"trees who want to be free?
Crikey .. that is pretty AND delicate. Did you pee on it?? I would have.
Oh what a pretty looking tree...AND...what an amazing place fur your walkiesLoves and licky kissesPrincess Leah xxx
That is a cool tree!
Very pretty! How nice of you two to take mon and dad to see it!
What a lovely tree! Looks very delicate and I bet it smells good.
Beautiful tree. We never saw one like that beforeLily & Edward
Oh that is indeed a super duper tree. I guess it is too much we might see one growing in sub-arctic Aberdeen...Toodle pip!Bertie.
Hari OMOh yes, that is a beautiful specimen of the arboreal race... pity we don't have smelloscreens, eh?! Hugs and wags, YAM-aunty xxx
How very pretty it is!
What a fabulous tree!
It's very pretty!
OMD Boys.... this is just the sort of stuffs that we LOVE about Blogville and our Furends who take us to super places ... We have NEVER heard of a FRINGE tree before. THANK YOU fur Sharing it with us. It looks LOVELY.
We used to have one in our garden! It's also called a Yorktown Snow Flower Tree. Our mom's home base for a while was near Yorktown, VA - so her sister sent her one! It died a couple years ago; I think it didn't care for our Kansas winters. We liked the SNOW part of the name!Cammie!
A Fringe Tree? We've never heard of that. It looks beautiful. Thanks for showing us.
We have never heard of a fringe tree, but it sure is pretty. Is that native to Florida?Woos - Lightning and Misty
that is a great tree!hugsMr Bailey, Hazel & Mabel
What a pretty tree!
MAma thinks she saw some of these in Hawaii last year and says they smell REALLY good...and look pretty too!!Smileys!Dory, Jakey, Arty & Bilbo
Quite interesting looking I must say!
What a pawesome looking tree :) Milo & Jet
Thank you for woofing at us - we read each and every one of them