Southern California plants can bloom any time, responding to heat, sun, & water. I took these photos Friday ‘just walking around.’
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These ‘spring green’ sycamore leaves are fairly new: they may dry & fall later on this fall:
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red-tubular-flowers-9-23-16-o-c-mp-renfrew
new-pine-growth-9-23-16-o-c-mp-renfrew
purple-berries-9-23-16-o-c-mp-renfrew
red-trumpet-flowers-9-23-16-o-c-mp-renfrew
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fall-vine-9-23-16-o-c-mp-renfrew
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This is new growth.
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tropical-foliage-9-23-16-o-c-mp-renfrew
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