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15 May 2023


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I have never seen them before. They are stunning!
A surprise, indeed!!!!

How similar are these to California's pistachio trees?

Never! how exquisite!


Where in Paris?

They are exquisite and thanks for sharing
Much love

These are amazing. I had no idea. These look like leaves, but they are blooms? I just read that in the U.S. the only places these can be grown are central California and certain portions of Arizona and New Mexico and that they are very difficult to grow. I lived in Arizona for seventeen years and never saw any of these.

No, I have not but they are lovely.

When I googled them, they were all red. Are these a different variety that makes them pink?

Wow. Never have seen b them before. Are they only ornamental or do they actually produced pistachios?

Stunning. Have never seen before. Parisians know how to do pistacios!

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