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St. Louis Missouri Area Blog Talk


Mar. 31, 2009
Categorized in: In The Neighborhood

Ahh, SPRING! Here's what it means in the St. Louis Metro area. Warm, breezy days and then a quick return to Winter! We've had some beautiful days here, the forsythia is blooming, as well as the glorious Bradford Pear trees (no fruit!). Bradford Pear Trees in full bloom!Glorious Spring when the Bradford Pear Trees Bloom

Now come the red bud trees, along with the tulip trees. It's a sight to behold! You need to see it to believe it! Come visit us, you just may want to call me to help you buy a home!

We have four seasons here and I'm here to tell you, you never know when those seasons will do a quick switcheroo on you! Better keep the sweaters, coats and shorts out! AND be prepared for quick storms and an occasional chance of a tornado, when the cold and warm air choose to mix it up. Bradford Pear trees line both sides of Manchester Rd. in Ballwin, MO
After the wind storms, you may need to check the trees to see how they fared. This huge one split as you can see and that's the only bad thing I can say about these lovely trees. Bradford Pear Tree Split after a wind storm.

St. Louis Missouri Area Blog Talk

Blog by Judy Sepac
Chesterfield, Missouri

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