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    • Rachel Sayad Sangsura

      Piúva Tree !! "Pink Trum­pet tree" comes from the same fam­ily as the Jacaranda tree. Photo taken in Brazil.

    • Kathy Gorbach

      Nothing like flowering trees, especially cherry blossoms in spring!

    • Maciej Banach

      In love with Cherry Blossom trees! A piúva tree in bloom, Brazil

    • Kristin Bilodeau

      Blossoming piúva in Corumbá, Mato Grosso do Sul ~ Brazil • photo: Walfrido Tomas on Flickr #travel #color #inspiration

    • Jill Taylor

      Love these pink blooms though I'm not sure if these are pink Dogwoods or Cherry Blossom trees? Jill would love a small pink tree (rebud tree?)!!

    • **Dee Creations**

      Purple tree water reflection photo

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