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Friday, January 25, 2008

Teardrop Trees


I call these teardrop trees when people make them into these shapes. Do you like tear drop trees?

10 comments:

Sonia said...

Beautiful those three twins trees!

What is "tear drop trees"? I know what's means tear, drop and also tree separately. But the expression together, I don't know...

imac said...

Nice photo

oldmanlincoln said...

Never heard them called that before. They look natural in shape. Nice photo.

Misty Dawn said...

Good name for them - it fits.

Lori said...

They look like Christmas trees. They do remind me of a teardrop shape though. These are very pretty.

lv2scpbk said...

Sonia, That's just what I call them. I think they look like teardrops.

smilnsigh said...

I never heard of teardrop trees!

Mari-Nanci

Old Wom Tigley said...

Hi Barbs... confusion reigns here today.. I can see where you are coming from, I do this all the time.. I give trees and plants other names... it drives folk mad when I say look at that so and so...

On wookland walks I used to trick my little niece by telling her to hide behind that "Bacon Tree'... she would hide behind the tree and shout is this the one you meant.... I'd say no: ''Thats a 'Hambush' ha!
Have a great weekend.

Sonia said...

Ah! Now I get it! Thank you!

Neva said...

These aren't natural? wow...I had no idea people trimmed evergreens to shape....other than the ones bush form....nice.

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