Categories

Blog powered by Typepad

« Potted and pleased | Main | IVOM: Quickies »

Thursday, July 07, 2022

Comments

Feed You can follow this conversation by subscribing to the comment feed for this post.

Kristin

Thank goodness you were too busy. It's a lovely tree.

Tracy

Redbuds have a short lifespan.

Kris P

I love forest pansy trees and have long wished to grow one. I'm glad yours came back from the brink and I hope next winter's weather is beneficial to its enduring health.

Barbara H.

I'm a little dubious about its long term prognosis but maybe that's because I'm slowly losing my dogwoods, which are old and have suffered through numerous hot summers and drought. It's a beautiful shape and in a wonderful spot to show it off, so I'm keeping my fingers crossed for it and you.

Linda Brazill

When you first start planting trees, twenty years seems like forever.

Beth@PlantPostings

Lovely, and that's great that it's back! Our redbud was here when we moved in almost 23 years ago. I don't know how long it had been here before that. It has a weird shape and it's angled, but it definitely adds personality. ;-)

Pam/Digging

What a lucky recovery!

hb

Best wishes for complete recovery for a beautiful tree. They've become quite popular around here lately, with good reason.

The comments to this entry are closed.

Contact

  • E-mail: lbrazill@gmail.com

Words & Images

  • The copyright to photos on this Web site is held by the photographer, Mark Golbach, unless credited otherwise. Original text is copyright by Linda Brazill. Please contact for permission to use.