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KY Color: Southern Catalpa at Lindsey Wilson College

2018-06-10 - Fairground Street Lawn, Dr. Robert & Carol Goodin building, Lindsey Wilson College, Columbia, KY - Photo by Billy Joe Fudge, President, Homeplace on Green River.
THE SOUTH: ". . . the Ol' Catalpa standing watch over Fairgrounds Street on Lindsey Wilson's main campus. Since, I had not taken the opportunity to be enveloped by the clouds of the sweetest fragrance produced in the plant kingdom, I decided to do so on Friday. Wow! If you have not done so, load up the kids and the dog and cat, park in the parking lot across from Joe Pyles Brick Business, walk across the lawn, get downwind of the tree and experience it before a thunderstorm scrubs it from the atmosphere and you have to wait until next spring to breathe it in. You will not be disappointed!" - BILLY JOE FUDGE

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