Loveliness of a Long, Cool Panhandle Florida Spring

The magnolia leaves of spring are slightly chartreuse, a gorgeous contrast to the old leaves which are somewhere between dark asparagus and olive.

Twining honeysuckle treats both eye and nose.

Oftentimes, true beauty passes by and we never know its name. Not so here, though. They are the white flowers with many names: scuppernong, muscadine or my favorite — Fox grape.

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  1. Wally Jones

    “What's in a name? That which we call a grape by any other name would taste as sweet.”

    Hey, you're not the only one who can mangle verse!

    Thank you for updating your address. Now I have some catching up to do on missed posts. This one is wonderful! Aromas, sights, tactile sensations ….

    Talk to you soon.

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