Trees burst into leaf—
earliest May 13th, latest June 14th.
April 19th, “ May 7th.”
March 28th, “ May 13th.”
March 17th, “ April 19th.”
March 21st, “ April 14th.”
April 6th, “ May 2nd.”
May 12th, “ June 23rd.”
April 10th, “ May 26th.”
March 6th, “ April 19th.”
April 20th, “ May 20th.”
March 28th, “ April 23rd.”
Trees of the Sun and Moon.
Oracular trees growing “at the extremity of India;” mentioned in
the Italian romance of Guerino Meschino.
Source: Dictionary of Phrase and Fable, E. Cobham Brewer, 1894
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