The one in San Roque is a much brighter yellow. At least it was a year ago when I visited Missy; she lived on the same hill. It was the first time (and the only time so far) that I've seen a yellow flame tree. I want to see it next to a really vibrant deep red flame tree - the kind of red flowers that show up after a particularly dry season.
actually, my dear, I emailed you a few yellow flametree photos I took shot of back in 2006. They are located on the Marianas High School Campus:)
sorry, deece...message was for AV.
I just noticed today that the one in San Vicente is in full bloom! I know I've seen it bloom before, but I don't think I ever realized it was a flame tree. I'm going to try to take a picture as we drive by tomorrow.No problem, anon.
I think the MHS tree is dead.
In fact, I know the MHS tree is dead.
Hi,I am from India,I am looking to buy a grafted plant of this.Is it available in any local nursery for trade?Please help.you can mail me to firstname.lastname@example.org
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