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Beautiful Rhododendron belongs to friend Betty Coop

Betty Coop writes:
Thank you for the posting of my bush-tree. I enjoy it each spring. The rain has caused it to loose some of it's petals. Still pretty I think. --Betty
Comments re photo 72529 Flowers Rhododendron Tree in bloom in Columbia
Betty, thanks so much for sharing your beautiful "tree" -- it's an inspiration. -- LW

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Flowers: Rhododendron Tree in bloom in Columbia

2017-05-06 - Off Dillon Street, Columbia, KY - Photo by Linda Waggener, photo(c).
A stunningly beautiful giant Rhodendendron towers over the roofline at this home in Columbia. The practice of enhancing homes with extraordinarily tall plants is not that unusual, and is a welcome sight on sunny and gray days. Photo Sat 06 May 2017. - EW. See: Rhodendron_Wikipedia

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