07 February 2011

where there is smoke there is fire...not always...

The smoke tree is a rounded, somewhat bush-looking tree with leaves that are any where from a green to a purple color during summer months. In the fall months, the leaves will turn a yellow to a reddish color. During both seasons you will see soft fluffy plumes that stick out of the smoke tree giving it a softer look.
These plumes often show a different color than the leaves on the plant. The plumes waft heavenward showing pink, purple, light tan or even a light shade of red. This gives the plants a soft ethereal look as they peak out from between the leaves. 


- It may just be a rumor, but where there's smoke, there's fire.
- As the old saying goes, where there's smoke, there's fire. 
- I hope they're unfounded, but like all good rumours, where there's smoke, there's fire.
- When there's smoke, there's fire. And when there's you, there's desire.

En español su equivalente podría ser: "Cuando el río suena...agua lleva"   

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