My heart is a pomegranate full of sweet fancies,
To crimson with sunshine and swell with the dew.
Warmed by your smile and besprent by your glances
See, it has opened for you!
I was driving through the historic neighborhood of Linwood Place on Sunday and noticed these orange things hanging over the street.
I have no idea what they are. Anybody know? They’re too round to be kumkwats. Maybe just oranges?
Pomegranate Tree in Oklahoma!
While I was poking around I noticed a pomegranate tree. Pretty wild, eh? I’ve lived in Oklahoma 30 years and never knew you could grow these things here.
So, I’m literally walking through someone’s front yard taking these pictures and I notice this sign. The brambly front yard is a Certified Oklahoma Wildscape. Something else I never knew until now.
[schema type=”organization” orgtype=”Organization” url=”http://www.wildlifedepartment.com/wildlifemgmt/wildscapes.htm” name=”Oklahoma Department of Wildlife Conservation, Certified Wildscape Program” description=”An Oklahoma state agency responsible for managing fish and wildlife. The Wildscapes Certification Program recognizes individuals and businesses that have landscaped their property with the needs of wildlife in mind. The Wildlife Diversity Program provides information on plant and wildlife species as well as other aspects of creating backyard wildlife habitat. The program provides technical assistance to urban residents or those with smaller acreages.” street=”1801 N. Lincoln Boulevard” pobox=”53465″ city=”Oklahoma City” state=”Oklahoma ” postalcode=”73105″ country=”US” email=”email@example.com” phone=”(405) 522-3087″ ]