abejaruco. thank you, I am intrigured with the pictures and will copy a couple of them to my other computer so I can print them to see them in real better view.
Define Chupa-chup. Is that a nickname for some kind of fruit? Oranges?
Are the white flower blossoms in the pictures the blossom of the orange that grows at your place? I have not seen orange blossom.
I do grow mock orange tree/bush. The flowers that are borne are white, as the pictures I see that you sent, they are rather waxy looking, as the flowers you sent look too. The mock orange bush is extremely fragrant and must be a cousin to the actual fruit bearing orange tree. I would imagine the fragrance of the orange blossom would be breathtaking.
Many flowers I grow around here are white, many have that "waxy" look and have a powerful fragrance. The species of white plants I grow are gardenia, white bluebells (very fragrant too), white hyacinth, white mock orange, white nicotianna (night fragrance only), trailing jasmine (highly fragrant). It is interesting that many white flowers have the waxy appearance and are incredible with fragrance.
Right, white flowers, the blueberry bushes. Stand near to a group of these and you will never again question how the bees find many plants, the aroma is nothing short of breathtaking.
Ever stood near a corn field when the pollen is high? I can only describe this wonderous aroma as something that of a honey scent. Beautiful.
Yes, abejaruco, la primavera!!! and all the wonderful things that go with the onset of the forthcoming months of beautiful summer dog days. Great day. Cindi
By the way, you take wonderful photographs....have you had professional training? LOL. It would seem so by the angle of some of the pictures. Bring on the pictures, it is wonderful to travel to a beautiful part of the world through the eyes of the computer screen (LOL).