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Live Oak with Azaleas (Thursday Tree Love on Friday)


(Yesterday, we were travelling to visit family, and I didn’t get back to finish this post until today. So, here’s some Friday Tree Love)

Live Oak and Azaleas with Ayla and Marley

You might have seen pictures of this live oak that lives across from the park in my neighborhood, but I don’t think I’ve shared it with the azaleas that just made it through an unusual March frost. A group of volunteers in the neighborhood planted the azaleas about 20 years ago.

Click on the images below to see the whole picture.

Thursday Tree Love is hosted by Parul Thakur.

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for more Tree Love.

Author: JoAnna

An open minded, tree-hugging Jesus follower, former counselor, and life-long lover of animals, I'm returning to my creative roots and have published my first book: Trust the Timing, A Memoir of Finding Love Again as well as the short version: From Loneliness to Love.

32 thoughts on “Live Oak with Azaleas (Thursday Tree Love on Friday)

  1. Just love this….made my day!

  2. Those azaleas are gorgeous. And imagine how proud they must feel in the company of such a lovely tree. Thanks for sharing. Blessing you.

  3. Stunningly beautiful — the flowers are magnified by the tree; the tree is magnified by the flowers! And Marley is bigger than I thought!

  4. Mama Oak is expansive and welcoming to all 🙂 The azaleas are beautiful 🙂

  5. That is such a beautiful tree, and scene. Of course, Marley adds a lot 😉

  6. Breathtakingly beautiful!!!

  7. These azaleas are so beautiful. But our flowers are blooming later in May. Thanks Anita

  8. Such a good idea to set the azaleas and tree together

  9. I did not know you could click on these pictures and see them in a larger or more complete format. Wow! Thanxk!

  10. Azaleas are new to me. Glad to see and learn about new flowers. Looks lovely. The mighty Oak is majestic!!!

    • Thank you, Shilpa. Azaleas are abundant here in North Carolina near the east coast of the US. They come in white, this magenta color, and various shades of pink and red. Their stems are strong and woody. I’m glad you enjoyed them and the majestic oak.

  11. Superb!! I cant decide which is more beautiful!! The combination is stunning!

  12. So so pretty and reminds me of bougainvillea. They are making each other look beautiful. Thanks for joining, JoAnna. I am working on today’s post and looking forward to seeing you around.

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  14. These are absolutely beautiful, JoAnna!

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