Friday, July 10, 2009

No idea what it is except pretty . . .and update


Thanks to EG Tourguide (and Malyssa for trying) for helping me to name my unknown tree/flower. I went back and took a picture of the whole tree. . . then I compared with internet photos and it looks like it is a . . . . . . . . Smoke Tree.Thanks for helping me to identify it.


7 comments:

SandyCarlson said...

I hope somebody knows the name. It is very pretty.

Love Bears All Things said...

I'm puzzled by this one, too.
Mama Bear

Malyss said...

I saw something like that on an other blog and took time to re-find it before comment: could it be a japanese maple? The branches are red too. Maybe if you google it, you'll find if it's the same.

Your EG Tour Guide said...

Here they're called smoke trees because the fine bits (in the distance) look like smoke. I think they're pretty too!

Elaine said...

They do look like smoke . . . except they're very pretty. :)

Whatever said...

Alright! Harnessing the power of the internet :-)

Cindi said...

They look like big puff balls...our neighbor had a couple of trees like this when I was growing up. Not my favorite type of tree by any means, but they can still make a nice photo subject.

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