Now what kind of buds, IDK…
Archive for the ‘flora’ Category
Why is San Francisco the Tree Fallingest County in America? Why Won’t We Take Care of the Trees We Plant?Monday, March 9th, 2015
Here’s how it starts:
And here’s what happens later on:
The Only Thing Sadder Than the Street Corner Christmas Trees of January is This Sad-Sack Lebanese Cedar in GGPFriday, February 6th, 2015
So I see this tree in Golden Gate Park and I’m like, “What is you? Is you a tree?”
If you want your own Cedrus libani Pendula, just cut up a Christmas tree and throw all the branches in a pile, cause that’s pretty much what this bush thing looks like:
“A spectacular large shrub featuring beautiful dense horizontal and weeping branching with stunning bright green new foliage; ideal for form and texture in the shrub garden and worth seeking out”
The Dahlia Dell in Golden Gate Park had a lot more color back in September, but there are still some flowers there in mid-November. See?
The colors, man – groove on the colors:
And what’s right around the corner? The flowering plum tree blossoms of January
I suppose December is our worst month for flowers – I’ll look for some around town in a few weeks…
You’ve Got Less Than 24 Hours to Save This Dead Tree on Fell Street – DPW Gets Serious – “EMERGENCY TREE REMOVAL”Thursday, August 7th, 2014
Saw a guy on McAllister one time reading a similar notice on a similar kind of sidewalk tree. He was having none of it. He was all, “I fucking know an arborist.” Perhaps Dude saved that one particular tree – I’ll have to check and see if its still there.
But this tree is a goner. Now you’d think DPW would have noticed that this particular tree was dead a loooooong time ago, but better late than never, I suppose.
He’s dead, Jim:
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IMO, DPW should take care of the trees it already has instead of planting new ones, but that’s just me…
Here’s What’s Happening at 999 Eddy Since the San Francisco Free Farm Had to Clear Out Last Year: NothingTuesday, July 8th, 2014
First it was all like this.
But now it’s all like this, as we enter fiscal year 2014-2015:
No signs of Life: