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Yellow oaks decorate Santo Domingo

Take a stroll south of Av. Winston Churchill to the government offices area of the Centro de los Heroes or around Columbus Park in the Colonial City and enjoy the lovely decorations provided by the flowering of the oak trees. The trees bloom at the start of spring, as Diario Libre highlights. The falling flowers, Tabebuia chrysantha, also create a yellow path.

Diario Libre reports on the importance of the tree for bee pollinating.

Watch next in June and July for the scandalous red flowers of the flamboyant trees that do so at the start of summer. The flowered flamboyant trees can be seen in full bloom on the southern side road of the National Botanical Gardens.

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Diario Libre

16 April 2024