Sunday, March 15, 2009

First Buds of spring

This is, I believe, the Beercanicus Buffalous "Allentown." Thankfully quite rare.


cindee said...

LOL that is cute(-:

Janet said...

very clever. :-D

Tessa at Blunders with shoots, blossoms 'n roots said...

Thanks for the laugh- never fear spring will soon be here...then you can celebrate! ;)

Pam/Digging said...

Love your sense of humor, Elizabeth. And this post fits in beautifully with your blog title.

Lisa at Greenbow said...

tee hee... I think I would rather have a brown bottle tree. still laughing.

Annie in Austin said...

Parade aftermath?

Erin go Brew, EAL!

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Mr. McGregor's Daughter said...

The thing that gets me is that someone actually went to the trouble to attach them to the tree.

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Jim/ArtofGardening said...

It is rare to find them in trees, still on branches, but I see them all the time on the ground, after they've fallen.

lisa said...

That cannot possibly be a TRUE beer tree, since it's not located in Wisconsin! ;-) LOVE the spring header, BTW!

Timothy Domst said...

What kind of camera do you have?

EAL said...

Timothy, this is an iphone picture but ordinarily I have my little Olympus fe-190.

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Lori said...

I can't believe I didn't comment on this when you first posted it-- I occasionally recall the first Buds of spring, and snicker.