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Spring Explodes around Baton Rouge Homes in an array of colored blossoms

 

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This past week and a half spring has come to the Baton Rouge area.  When you look down the roads or in neighborhood yards like this one off Bluebonnet Road in South East Baton Rouge, you will find an array of blossoms.  The tulip trees and fruit trees have exploded into color.

This is a drastic and welcome change with tempertures in the 80's compared to 20's just a few days ago.  While this warm weather may fluctuate some in the next few weeks, the herolding by the tulip trees always means the worst of winter is past.

 

 

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Comment balloon 3 commentsAnn Dail • March 01 2011 07:38PM
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