Wednesday, March 24, 2010

My How Things Sure Have Grown

About 15 years ago or so, we received a free California Redwood seedling. My son planted the tree in our back yard and nurtured the tree, but now it needs a new home. The tree was around 5 inches tall, but now is over 20 feet tall. I took a picture of my oldest son with his tree. If you look closely enough, you can see the tree extending up high.

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The redwood tree may have a new home. My son asked his professor and either she will take this tree or the college where my son attends. I will let you know.

I don't know for those of you remember me posting that my son and I planted a dry garden to replace the grass and weeds in my mom's front yard. Well, a few of the plants are now showing their beautiful colors, while one plant is ready to bloom.

My how things sure have grown.


  1. Wow, the tree looks awesome. Love the dry garden, lovely colors.

  2. Pretty flowers I wish ours would pick up the pace.

    What did you do with the tree?


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