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Free online jigsaw puzzle of a Persian silk tree flower. A beautiful orange butterfly is standing on a leaf beside the flower.

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retirenow14
Sep 13, 2019
The bloom is so light and airy. I never knew there was a mimosa plant, just an alcoholic drink.
kt2shoes
Sep 13, 2019
In Hawai'i they are called Lehua trees (metrosideros polymorpha, the %u014Dhia lehua), and much honoured in songs. "Sweet Lei Lehua" is a beautiful tune. And there's a beautiful legend about the lovers, Ohia and Lehua as well. :D
kt2shoes
Sep 13, 2019
Oh dear - the Hawaiian symbols don't print out properly here. Sorry.
orinoco
Sep 10, 2019
Here in Spain it's called a mimosa tree. Mimosa, or mimoso, means "affectionate" or sometimes, rather spoiled and used to being cuddled and made much of.
workined5522
Sep 10, 2019
We also call them mimosa trees in America. I have never seen one with red bloom. In Louisiana I have seen them with pink and cream blooms or all cream colored blooms. The red is beautiful.
nborchardt
Sep 10, 2019
There weren't any of these trees in Honduras when I lived there, but "mimosa" is a word I know. Have a great day, orninoco!
aknan
Sep 10, 2019
My grandmother had both the red and the pink back in Arkansas. I would spend hours up in their limbs, reading and dreaming.
orinoco
Sep 11, 2019
The ones we have locally are pale lavendar. Could be a hybrid, but often flower colour is influenced by the minerals in the soil. I had a friend who would bury copper coins in the pots where she grew pansies to get the colour to change, but I can't remember what colour she wanted to get.
workined5522
Sep 11, 2019
I learned something new today, Orinoco. Thank you for sharing that bit of information. I'll have to try it. I remember my grandmother placing rusty nails in the soil around Hydrangeas to change the color of the flowers. We are never too old to learn from others.
aknan
Sep 11, 2019
FIg trees benefit from having wood ashes worked around their roots - bigger fruit and hardier plant. My grandmother and mother both did this.
mamag15
Sep 10, 2019
Good morning everyone. Looks like I am the first one on this morning.
Hope everyone has a blessed day.
nborchardt
Sep 10, 2019
And you, also, mamag!
marine5153
Sep 10, 2019
From one mamag to another mamag. Every Sunday morning, a young man always greets me as mamag. Perhaps it is because he is one of 8 children and he knows there are also 8 in mine, as well.
mamag15
Sep 11, 2019
That is quite a coincidence marine 5153. This was my biker name and husband was known as Papa Joe.Oh for the good ole days.
theclingens
Sep 10, 2019
Loved working this puzzle, love the flower very pretty. Taking a break, I am making Pear Jam today. Need to do 5 batches. We have our own pears, strawberries, apples and grapes. When my husband and I go south for the winter I take pear jam to my knitting friends. They had never tasted pear jam before and now love it. So here I go again to make a few batches to take to our friends. Next the grapes will be ready, make jam and juice. Already did tomatoes so getting close to the end of the garden for the year. I also made 6 loaves of zucchini bread. Hope everyone is having a Blessed Day! God is so good!
trynfindit
Sep 11, 2019
Sounds fantastic! And lucky friends to get such treats!

My family loves my zucchini bread. I also make brown sugar butter to put on the slices.
arlenez
Sep 11, 2019
Yes delightful flower/butterfly puzzle but what's that blue patch on the left?
Coravee
Sep 11, 2019
I love the way the butterfly matches. God has a lovely world for us. I libe too far north for this loveliness to survive, but we have our own- Our trees are starting to turn!
held2gether
Sep 10, 2019
Wow! Beautiful tree that flowers. I haven't seen any in MT. Weather's too cold for them.
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