I just wrote that to get you to look at this.
It is one of the Red Tip Photinia trees in our yard.
They are in full bloom right now.
The tiny white flowers look kind of like snowballs on the trees from a distance.
Up close you can see how delicate they are.
The flowers appear in early Spring and will last until late Spring or early Summer.
One of my neighbors has a variety that is kept well-trimmed for a hedge.
You can see from it why the plant is called the Red Tip Photinia.
The red of the plant provides a nice contrast to the green leafed tree behind it.
Kind of like Christmas in April, isn't it?