Sunday, May 18, 2014
I was just walking along in Denny Park the other day, searching for squirrels as usual when something pretty dazzling caught my eye. It was this rhododendron:
It's gigantic and completely in bloom. It's a shame rhododendrons don't smell nice like their cousins, azaleas. Plus, they don't stay in bloom for long. But for a short time, they're spectacular. Then they go back to being a large plant that smells weird and likes gloom.
Posted by Igor Keller