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Trees of Parkinsonia aculeata, Pterospermum acerifolium and Erythrina suberosa

Let me share with you some of the trees which are native to my city lahore (Pakistan) and blooming right now. These are Trees of Parkinsonia aculeata, Pterospermum acerifolium and Erythrina suberosa. First one is Parkinsonia aculeata also known as Vilayti kikar. It is a roadside tree covered in yellow flowers. It is also called Jerusalem thorn due to its thorny stems.
Vilaiti kikkar

Parkinsonia aculeata

Mexican palo- erde

Erythrina suberosa also called as Coral tree. Tree looks spectacular when in bloom.
erythrina suberosa

erythrina suberosa closeup

Pterospermum acerifolium with local name kanak champa, a fragrant tree native to india, Pakistan and other south asian countries. Fragrant flowers although leaves are very large. Flowers emit fragrance at night. Another common tree in india and Pakistan.
Pterospermum acerifolium

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24 Responses

  1. Stephany says:

    Wow, these are beautiful trees! I really like the Parkinsonia, in spite of the vicious looking thorns. Wonderful color!

  2. Modern Mom says:

    Fabulous shots.

    My entry.

  3. Pat says:

    I have never seen any of these trees before….They are simply spectacular! I like the red-blossoms the most.

  4. chubskulit says:

    Gorgeous!

    Please take a peek at my Flowers post. Have a good weekend ahead!

  5. These are gorgeous and the petals in the first flower almost look like paper. Great shots.

  6. Karen says:

    These are gorgeous! The last one is odd looking but beautiful. Terrific shots!

  7. Tammie Lee says:

    absolutely gorgeous captures!

  8. Genie says:

    How I would love to swap places with you for a few weeks so I could see these flowers up close. I do not know where to start complimenting you on these beautiful shots. What a gorgeous spot in which to live. You have certainly brightened my night as I am about to go to sleep. Stunning.

  9. IMRIZ says:

    can i just marvel at these photos. words can never equate the beauty i am seeing here.

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  10. Liz says:

    Beautiful shots! Have a fabulous week.

    Liz @ MLC

  11. Morisot says:

    Just beautiful! Especially love the Parkinsonia.

  12. jo©o says:

    Goodness me!
    How exotic. Like stepping into a botanical garden greenhouse.
    Like Genie, i wouldn’t mind spending some time amongst those trees.

  13. Kala says:

    Gorgeous captures. Happy Macro Monday!

  14. Lorrie says:

    I’ve never seen such exotic flowers. How gorgeous!

  15. Kim, USA says:

    Wow I can’t remember if I’ve seen this flowers just gorgeous!!!

    MYM

    Macro Monday

  16. GrandmaK says:

    Absolutely beautiful!!!! Wishing you a wonderful day! Cathy

  17. Shobha says:

    All of them are so beautiful.
    Lovely clicks.

  18. Bohemian says:

    Your lovely Jerusalem Thorn Trees look very much like the lovely Palo Verde Trees of our Southwestern Desert. I have some growing in my Garden and being a Native drought tolerant species they thrive and put forth magnificent blooms like this in abundance even during our most unforgiving Seasonal heat and droughts.

    Blessings from the Arizona Desert… Dawn… The Bohemian

  19. Jane says:

    The first photo is just stunning – such beautiful colors!

  20. EG Wow says:

    Gorgeous blossoms! They look so exotic to my Canadian eyes!

  21. Teresa says:

    Amazing trees! They are so beautiful covered in those flowers.

  22. Mama Zen says:

    These are just gorgeous!

  23. JudyKate says:

    WOW how magnificent in colour and grandeur. I particularly love the Jerusalem flower. JudyKate

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