Separate names with a comma.
Discussion in 'Plants: In the News' started by wcutler, Dec 13, 2021.
Needles | Brian Bilston's Poetry Laboetry
maybe an inspiration for cherry blossoms
like this I made up (attached)
i am not sure which variety this shape is :)
That's cool, Georgia. I hate to say that the lollipop shape is a distinguishing feature of plum trees! How does it look with the second and third lines combined on a single line. And maybe Spring alone as is, but less centred?
And if I like that, may we use it on the festival pages (website, Instagram)?
Could we just change « cherries » to plums?
i will play with it to make the shape of the gorgeous trees on the plaza at foot passenger ticket area at Horseshoe Bay (west Van) —- I forget name of trees
'Akebono'. I'm keen to see it.
Here we go @wcutler
While I am growing impatient with ice and snow etc — I remind myself not to rush time
soon our earth will tilt in to spring here
pls see attached
Thanks, @Georgia Strait. I've used the first one at Blooming Now - Vancouver Cherry Blossom Festival Vancouver Cherry Blossom Festival (vcbf.ca).
Brian Bilston, person who wrote the poem that inspired this thread, has written a variation entitled '‘The Problem of Writing Poems in the Shape of Deciduous Trees’.
It's not on his website yet, so here is a link to it on Facebook. It's timely.
Look closely at the letters & words