#ThursdayTreeLove | The Redbud’s Allure

Nature, in all its wondrous glory,
Has produced much prettier things, for sure;
But, something within me moves each time
I feel the flowering redbud tree’s allure.

from “Redbud Tree” by Bill Galvin

The redbud tree is one of the first indications of spring in these parts. Though the trees bloomed a little later this year and had to compete with the other beautiful blooms, they held their own and drew my attention each time I encountered them.

You can find out more about the tree by checking out the links below:

I am joining Parul Thakur for #ThursdayTreeLove every second and fourth Thursday of the month. If you would like to play along, post a picture of a tree on your blog and link it back to her latest #treelove post.

15 thoughts on “#ThursdayTreeLove | The Redbud’s Allure

  1. Alana Mautone (@RamblinGarden) says:

    I first made the acquaintance of the redbud while living in Wichita, Kansas some 40 years ago. Our next door neighbor had one and it was so beautiful. If you drive through Virginia at just the right time, you see them blooming everywhere on the highways. I love redbuds and don’t know why the redbud on my property in upstate New York died over the winter. I am mourning it.

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  2. Parul Thakur says:

    This is so beautiful. I am not sure if we have redbuds in India but there are a few trees I see where the colors are similar. I don’t know if they are redbuds. This is lovely and I hope spring is there, Chandra.
    Thanks for linking up! Hope to see you on the 13th.

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