Wednesday, June 18, 2008


These trees grow all over the place here in central Florida. I don't know what they are called, but these things grow to be super tall if allowed to.

I'm not good at estimating distances or heights, but these things will easily grow as tall as those really tall and skinny palm trees like you see in films of California.

I'm guessing they'll exceed 100 feet. (I'll try to remember to photograph a tall one and put on here so you can see just how tall they get)

Anyway, they are like tropical Christmas trees, and have a shape like a slim fir tree. Their texture is really detailed and intricate, which is what caught my eye on this small one of these trees at a public park on the Atlantic beach.


CG said...

That's beautiful...wondrful light!! Thanks for the great comments!!

Babystepper said...

That's a cool tree! Our trees out here are so boring. Too bad they won't transplant well.

Mike said...

These are called Norfolk Island Pines. They sell them as house plants around here!

Glad to see your blogging is going much better than mine John. Great pictures all around.