Here’s a follow up on the Blooming Acacia Tree posts.
Our little flowering tree has now developed seed pods which dried fairly quickly. We’ve been having a heat wave so summer is off to a crackling start here in So Cal.
The seed pods are about 2 or 3 inches long and have bumps over the seeds.
They turn a deep golden brown color. They make a pretty contrast against the light green leaves and the golden yellow branches.
Little flocks of sparrows show up when the seeds are just right and cover the tree chirping and shaking the branches full of seed pods, then disappear in an instant.
Squirrels seem to like acacia seeds too. And there is now a carpet of deep gold pod shells on the path under the tree.
Yes, it does exist! I have found it! Compost can be made in ...
These are the seed pods that form on wisteria vines after th...
Brush Cherry, or Carolina Laurel is a pretty, dependable gar...