Photos of trees with Spanish Moss in South Carolina
Originally Posted by GatorDude
Tallahassee has lots of huge, huge, live oak tries. They aren't super tall, but they are often 12-feet+ in diameter and have sprawling branches covered with Spanish Moss.
We also have the most sexually suggestive state capitol building. But, this is a family oriented site. Just google an image of Florida's State Capitol.
Other than that, Tallahassee has a lot of squandered potential.
I just happened to have some photos of trees with Spanish Moss that I took at the "Brookgreen Garden Park" in Murrel's Inlet/Myrtle Beach, SC......I'm just including them here to show what it is for your perusal.
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