Flora / Fauna, Coronado
It seems that they like them a lot. There are more palm trees in Coronado than in San Diego - in private yards, around public buildings and just along streets.
Usually they look like these ones on my picture.
I wonder if they must water them in summertime?
Palm trees don’t need to be watered. Natural moisture in the air and rainfall is enough for them to grow.
Thank you Linda!
I don't know. Nobody fed them on Coronado Beach when I was there (too luxury place or what? hehe).
But I am sure they will always appreciate a little bit of bread being tossed their way!
It seems that many visitors take their dog (or dogs) to Coronado. Nice friends, especially that it's not so difficult to find a place to walk a dog there - hmm... what about restrooms for their dogs?
Btw they don't have toilets or WC in the USA, they have restrooms = a place to rest? hehe.
Aren't dogs friendly there?
Look at Ursula's new friend on the picture.
Do they travel with their dogs? I know now why do they love pick-up cars :-).
Or maybe rains and natural moisture is enough to keep them alive. There are so many plants: palm trees, bushes, flowers around Coronado.
It seems that they don't like them... they LOVE them hehe.
There are a lot of various flowers in Coronado and they all bloom in April - do they bloom all year round?