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Dallas Blooms 2010

Some vibrant shots at the Dallas Arboretum this year:

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Of particular interest were the varieties of fuchsia (yes, that’s spelled correctly) showcased as bedding, border and potting plants. Also, a new series of Salvia greggii-type hybrids called Mesa were on display at the trial gardens: Azure (a light lavender) and Purple (not in bloom). Of course the azaleas and rhodies on hand captured the most attention, cutting huge swathes of color from one end of the park to the other. Check out the yellow flowered specimens captured on camera!