Today I am sharing THURSDAY TREE LOVE 19 with you.  But I also need help with my tree this week.  This is a beautiful, perfectly formed tree in Indiana but I don’t know what kind it is!



This tree is in my granddaughter’s front yard and she has found the perfect spot to sit and view the surrounds.


I have checked online but was not able to find a tree with a pod or seed as this tree has. If you have any ideas of what my Thursday Tree Love 19 might be, I’d love suggestions!

Are you taking tree photos and posting them in the Tree Love? I’d love to see your trees, just leave your link in the comments below! If you haven’t joined it yet, it’s not too late. Just post your tree and be sure to add #ThursdayTreeLove so others can find you. Also be sure to visit to see other beautiful trees.



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Martha Demeo

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8 Discussion to this post

  1. Alana says:

    I wasn’t able to expand the picture to look at the pod. Where-general area-does your granddaughter live?

  2. Wow. Something exotic that thrived but failed to reproduce? Beautiful anyway.

  3. Alice Gerard says:

    What beautiful pictures of trees!

  4. Bushra says:

    Your granddaughter is amazing climber. Love the tree pictures they are so huge and beautiful

  5. Martha says:

    This tree is in Lafayette, Indiana Alana. I’m going to have to do some more digging into photos and see if I can solve the mystery. From the size, I would guess it’s quite old.

  6. Martha says:

    That very well could be Priscilla. Indeed beautiful.

  7. Martha says:

    I love nature,there a beauty all around. Thanks for stopping by Alice.

  8. Martha says:

    Thanks Bushra. She looks so tiny in such a large tree!

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