Friday, February 27, 2009

Adi Can . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Help with the search for mistletoe


It's spring now in Texas
What will mistletoe do
when summer's heat comes on?
It hides--in green tree leaves.

I found these in another tree
for your to see up close.
[click on the picture]

Word for the day, REMEMBER.
Remember this spot for next
New Year's Eve mistletoe source.

Adi and I found the mistletoe while we were walking.
She would rather be looking for squirrels.
Links: Misstletoe, Widipedia

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Wow! I'm number one here =)

The pics are very nice, Mr Jim :o)
Gday Jim, Nice Pics.Is Mistletoe a parasite plant?
Can you reach the mistletoe Jim or have you got to climb the tree?
Looking for squirrels is a good way to find mistletoe.
I'm surprised mistletoe will grow in texas - I guess because of the association to Christmas, I tend to think of it as a cold-weather plant. But to your point, it can find shade in the summer. Does it only grow on oaks in Texas? I think that is the host tree in England etc.

Happy Looking At The Sky! ;)

Tink *~*~*
Now Playing at My Mobile Adventures *~*~* : Sanibel Island, pre-Charlie
Squirrels are more exciting than mistletoe!!

I know where lots of mistletoe is around here but it's too high to reach.

When I was a youngster I used to stand on the back of my horse to reach some mistletoe. Thankfully I had a nice horse that stood still for me!
ADI has such good eyes.....
I didn't know where mistletoe grew. Do you ever pick any of it?
That Adi just wanted a bunch of kisses Mr.Jim but seeing as you were the only one about, she decided that looking for mistletoe was not very exciting!.....Love Terry
Who knew parasites were so pretty?

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