|A Street in Savannah|
Europe has few of them left now having been used up by early in the 19th century, but they thrive here in the coastal south from Virginia to Texas,t hough not so much inland. You see them along all the coastal rivers, the swamps and wetlands. Frequently they're festooned in Spanish Moss. They are Georgia's state tree and a particular favorite of mine.
|Forsyth Park Savannah|