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7 hours ago, galyonj said:

This isn't a cat but I keep the image around because it makes me laugh.

 

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I have a "coon cat" in somewhat better shape than that coon.

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It’s late winter here on Bass resource and all us old men have left to talk about is our cats! I never thought I’d turn into my dad, but here I am. 
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@12poundbass, here’s another one for you?. Our most handsome boy!

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We have a couple of these big Lilly’s in pots in our house and in the greenhouse, had em for years now. Every year about this time they send up one big, bright orange bouquet about the size of a basketball. A sure sign of more greenery to come for us. 

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11 minutes ago, Cbump said:

Beautiful tree in our yard. Anyone know what It is? 

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Looks like a Flowering Crabapple.

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1 minute ago, Cbump said:

Do those have crabapple fruits? If so this one does not. 

Some do, some don't - depends on a lot of factors...how nutritive the soil is, water intake, general weather. Hot climates - like you got down there - kind of restrain the fruit growing...flowering crabs like cooler climates.

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36 minutes ago, MN Fisher said:

Looks like a Flowering Crabapple.

 

48 minutes ago, Cbump said:

Beautiful tree in our yard. Anyone know what It is? 

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Looks like a Redbud

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22 minutes ago, GLK said:

 

Looks like a Redbud


Sorry MN, just looked this up and it’s a redbud. To be fair I know this wasn’t the best close up picture for ID purposes. 
 

We have this redbud on one side and a large crepe myrtle on the other. Redbud always flowers well before the crepe every year. 

42 minutes ago, gimruis said:

Whoa.  Now that's my kind of "cat."

We caught 5 that day between 35 and 50 pounds on super glass like conditions. It was incredible. It was so calm that we had to use the trolling motor to drift. 


 

The biggest that day. Right at 50:

 

 

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5 minutes ago, Cbump said:

We caught 5 that day between 35 and 50 pounds on super glass like conditions. It was incredible. It was so calm that we had to use the trolling motor to drift. 


 

The biggest that day. Right at 50:

Good lord.  Those things are so bulbous that you have to cradle them when you hold them.  Haha

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20 minutes ago, Cbump said:

Sorry MN, just looked this up and it’s a redbud. To be fair I know this wasn’t the best close up picture for ID purposes.

Ya - they're fairly rare up here - the Minnesota Landscape Arboretum had to develop a special strain that would survive MN winters.

 

I'm more use to crabapples and one strain which I've seen in my neighborhood looks almost identical to redbuds when in flower...'Perfect Purple' variety.

Crabapple/ Perfect Purple - Pine Lane Nursery

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3 minutes ago, Deleted account said:

My neighbor has a tree that flowers that color in the spring, but has drooping branches, very pretty and dramatic, but it only lasts a few days. Not sure what it is. 


Sounds like a weeping cherry. 

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25 minutes ago, Jar11591 said:


Sounds like a weeping cherry. 

Another one we have that is the same way but doesn't droop is a Cherry Blossom.   Absolutely beautiful, and sadly short lived-in terms of blooms. 

 

 

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15 hours ago, Jar11591 said:

Time to sow some seeds. Spring is almost here. 
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Seems there's just enough space right there for the ganja ~

 

First Day of Spring at the 45th parallel ~

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