The mountain cedar is ‘splodin’.*
We are not amused.
*Thanks to “Ricky Ricardo” for ‘splodin’. Considering what these vile trees are doing, it’s the only accurate word.
Image of Juniperus Ashei Foliage and Pollen Cones by micklpickl at Flickr (Flickr) [CC-BY-SA-2.0 (www.creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/2.0)], via Wikimedia Commons
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4 thoughts on “We Have Met the Enemy and He Is Juniperus Ashei”
You have my sincere sympathy for having to endure. I do remember the misery.
Bless you! (and your sneezy, sniffly self)
As soon as I read splodin, I heard RR’s voice in my head and burst out laughing.
Ouch, I’d never heard of juniperus ashei before. Doesn’t sound too friendly. Can you get rid of it?
These junipers have more determination than they are entitled to, don’t they, Kathy? All the best with your ‘splodin’ tree…(off to source Ricky Ricardo clip now)
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