dimanche 7 septembre 2008

Fleurs de savonnier (golden raintree)





Fleurs de l'arbre savonnier ou bois de Panama qui donnent des fruits en forme de lampions. De beaux specimens ornent la terrasse d'un restaurant de Sainte-Savine. On pouvait voir ces arbres derrière les artistes des rues sur le post précédent.
Yellow flowers of golden raintrees ( koelreuteria paniculata). They give ball looking fruits.
These outstanding trees grow in front of a restaurant in Sainte-Savine. They could be seen on the previous post behind the street artists.
More posts about Today's flower on
Today's flower is launched by a blogger whose idea is to post aone or several flowers each Monday, you'll get the list of the participants on his site :
http://flowersfromtoday.blogspot.com/


12 commentaires:

Rinkly Rimes a dit…

I wrote about the Australian wattle bush the other day. It's our Spring emblem and your photo reminded me of it.

Ruth a dit…

That is an amazing tree. I've never seen or heard of it. Thank you for bringing it to my attention!

dot a dit…

I've never seen such before. Beautiful!

Abraham Lincoln a dit…

You did an excellent job on the capture and narrative. I really like the tree.

My flowers are at Thunder Maker

fishing guy a dit…

Dislilas: What a great view of this great flowering tree.

Cátia a dit…

j' adore ces fleurs!vraiment très belles

Sherry a dit…

Great photos of a beautiful tree!

Carletta a dit…

Thanks for introducing us to this tree - it must be beautiful in person!
Thanks for sharing it with us.

Daniel J Santos a dit…

excellent.

Louis la Vache a dit…

This is indeed a magnificent tree.

"Louis" thanks you for visiting San Francisco Bay Daily Photo.

Luiz Santilli Jr a dit…

Les fleurs sont trés joli.
Je suis heruex pour votre "post" en TODAY'S FLOWERS.
J'attandre votre fleur prochaine dimanche!

Santilli

Inkivääri, Finland a dit…

Beautiful!