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Kentucky Color - Snowball Bush

Nature observer pronounces the end of winter 2011-2012, based on a Supreme tenet of Sparksville Meteorological Science: When the last Snowball Bush flower 'melts' away - there will be no more cold weather. And with that event's arrival, he sends two gorgeous examples from the just ended season
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By Billy Joe Fudge, Retired District Forester
Kentucky Division of Forestry

Just could not resist sharing the accompanying photos with you that I took at 992 Sparksville Road recently. I don't think there is a more pure white flower in nature than that of the Snowball Bush. The perfect form and the perfect white lend themselves to the perfect sight.

Additionally, now that all the Snowballs have melted away, I suppose it is okay to plant garden, drill corn, and set tobacco since the winter of 2011-2012 is history. - Billy Joe Fudge



This story was posted on 2012-04-29 04:07:09
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Kentucky Color: Snowball Bush 2012. I



2012-04-29 - 992 Sparksville Road, Columbia, KY - Photo by Billy Joe Fudge, Retired District Forester, KY State Division of Forestry.
Snowball bush: Taken before all the snowballs melted away, a sure sign that the Winter of 2011-2012 is over. Billy Joe Fudge

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Kentucky Color: Snowball Bush II



2012-04-29 - 992 Sparksville Road, Columbia, KY - Photo by Billy Joe Fudge, Retired District Forester, Kentucky State Division of Forestry. Perfection: I don't think there is a more pure white flower in nature than that of the Snowball Bush. The perfect form and the perfect white lend themselves to perfect sight. - Billy Joe Fudge
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