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Re: bombax in bloom and the link is here

Jim, that's a great looking tree.  A real beaut.  What do the leaves 
look like?  Where is that tree from originally?


Donna wrote:

>NO Zem, thank Island Jim for sharing that beauty with us... 
>So Jim, do the blooms have a scent? I have never seen anything like that
>before, not surprising since I am here in zone 5!. Do they all bloom so
>massively? So does this mean spring is officially down in your end of
>the country?
>>Wow, that is an awesome tree!  Thank you, Donna, for posting the
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