Flowering Trees Photos

Flowering Trees Photos


“A flower’s fragrance declares to all the world that it is fertile, available, and desirable, its sex organs oozing with nectar.  Its smell reminds us in vestigial ways of fertility, vigor, life-force, all the optimism, expectancy, and passionate bloom of youth.  We inhale its ardent aroma and, no matter what our ages, we feel young and nubile in a world aflame with desire.”
–  Diane Ackerman,  A Natural History of the Senses, 1990


Empress Tree ( Paulownia)




COTINUS coggygria ‘Velvet Cloak’ / Smoke Tree


Erythrina coralloides (Flame Coral Tree, Naked Coral Tree)


Cockspur Coral Tree (Erythrina crista-galli)


Psedobombax ellipticum, Shaving Brush Tree


Yellow Primavera Trees


Silk floss tree (Ceiba speciosa)


Chinese Fringe Tree at Atlanta Botanical Gardens


American fringe tree


Styrax japonicus


Pink Chimes Japanese Snowbell (Styrax japonicus ‘Pink Chimes’


Syringa Reticulata ‘Ivory Silk Tree Lilac’


Thundercloud Plum (Prunus cerasifera ‘Thundercloud’)


Lilac Tree


American  Red Bud (Cercis canadensis) / Judas Tree


Amelanchier canadensis snowy mespilus


Kwanzan flowering cherry tree




Dogwood Chery, Dogwood Trees, Pink Dogwood, Georgia Dogwooods


Snowcone Japanese Snowbell Tree


Vitex angustifolia (Chastetree)


Acer palmatum ‘ Corallinum ‘ Japanese Maple Tree


Japanese  Cherry blossomCherryBlossomHouse


Oleander Tree


Lantana Tree


Crape Myrtle


Twilight Crape Myrtle


Almond Tree in Bloom


Flowering Almond Standard Prunus triloba ‘Multiplex’


Bradford Pear tree, a variation of the Callery Pear which is native to China, was developed in 1963 by government scientists in Prince George County


Prairiefire Crab/ Crabapple


Magnolia Tree


Albizia julibrissin Mimosa, Silktree, Mimosa Tree


Hamamelis virginiana (Common Witch Hazel) Tree


Weeping Flowering Cherry Trees


Wisteria Tree


Adenium Obesum Desert RoseTree


Rose Tree


Pohutukawa tree   (Metrosideros excelsa)


Jacandra Tree 


Cassia Fistula or Amaltas or Indian Laburnum


Delonix Regia – Common name :Gulmohur, Peacock flower Tree, Flamboyant Tree
The most beautiful trees in the world and common throughout the warmer regions of Colombia. Colors come in red, orange, light orange and a rarer less flamboyant yellow. 


Delonix regia – Royal Poinciana – Gulmohar/Flame Tree


Rhododendron Mandarin Lights’ Azalea


Candle Bush (Senna alata)


Guaiacum officinale – Lignum vitae


Callistemon viminalis – Weeping Bottlebrush

Calodendrum Capense – Cape Chestnut tree

African Tulip tree


Palash – Flame of the Forest – Butea Monosperma, Parrot Tree 

PLUMERIA (GULACHIN)  Frangipani Melur, Galore Gardens, Champa Frangipani, Plumeria Champa, Flowers Galore, Beauty Of Plumeria



Lagerstroemia Indica, Mauve Tree


Tabebuia aurea – Flowers at Hulopoe, Lanai
Golden Rain Tree


BOMBAX CEIBA OR BOMBAX MALABARICUM (SEMUL)/ Red Cotton Tree, Silk Cotton Tree, Indian Kapok

Erythrina Indica (Mandara)
Cannon Ball Tree
Hibiscus Tree 
Cassia Javanica  (Cassia javanica var. indochinensis)
Grevillea robusta (PROTEACEA) Silky Oak

  Stenocarpus sinuatus Firewheel Tree


Colvillea racemosa, Colville’s Glory Tree (buds)


Triplaris weigeltiana” or “Triplaris brasiliensis”



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