Estate Jewelers of South Pasadena




Email

Eastside Flower Power

Mar 24, 2013

 Eastside Flower Power  photoA field of flowers blooms next to the train tracks in El Sereno.

No need to head up to Antelope Valley or the L.A. County Arboretum for a display of spring-time blooms. A Saturday drive from City Terrace to Highland Park revealed that the Eastside was in full bloom, with fragrant clumps of wisteria hanging over homes and carpets of neon-purple ice plant spilling down front yards and retaining walls. So, take some Claritin, go outside and enjoy the show while it lasts.

 Eastside Flower Power  photoA burst of yellow alongside the road in Montecito Heights

 Eastside Flower Power  photoAn aromatic clump of wisteria clinging to this City Terrace home can be seen and smelled from a block away.

 Eastside Flower Power  photoIt’s not just plants that are in bloom. Many trees, like this one in Montecito Heights, are also putting on quite a show.

 Eastside Flower Power  photoIt’s easy to forget that the flowers, trees and grassy hillsides of Ascot Park in El Sereno are in the middle of the city.

 Eastside Flower Power  photoCorral-colored blooms  hang from a patch of succulents in Lincoln Heights.

 Eastside Flower Power  photoPerhaps  it’s time for Cal State L.A. to change its school colors from yellow and brown to match the purple and green of this campus hillside.

 Eastside Flower Power  photoEven usually forgettable parking lot shrubs are in full, eye-catching flower.

 Eastside Flower Power  photoWatch Out Below: A City Terrace orange tree heavy with fruit.

 Eastside Flower Power  photoEverything is growing in this Highland Park front yard.

 Eastside Flower Power  photoSpring-time blooms brightens up the urban landscape of El Sereno.

 Eastside Flower Power  photo  Eastside Flower Power  photo  Eastside Flower Power  photo  Eastside Flower Power  photo  Eastside Flower Power  photo

 Eastside Flower Power  photo

Read the Full Story at Eastsider LA




Comments are closed