Monday, February 18, 2013

Mistletoe Year Round

mistletoe
One of the reasons I love Texas so much - anytime, anywhere. You can find it if you just look. :)

2 comments:

Mattexian said...

They're especially easier to find now, that their host plants (oaks, around here) have lost their leaves for the season.

zunairsocialpluto said...

Texas Mistletoe in Southern Florida is a dioeciously place -- that is, men and ladies flowers are taken on individual vegetation. The flowers are small and creamy-white in shade. Only the females flowers generate place plant seeds, which are white-colored and involved in a difficult, gelatinous pulp enabling the place plant seeds to follow the waste of vegetation.