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drizzly day / flower archives to the rescue

Posted by deep___roots ca9/sunset15 (My Page) on
Fri, Dec 17, 10 at 13:18

some blasts from the past from my picture archive...Spring is coming...don't despair.
If you want to make a game out of it, identify the plant in the photo. And if you like the plant, plan on growing it next season!
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RE: drizzly day / flower archives to the rescue

When I fist clicked onto the thread, I thought .. 'oh that's nice'. But my visceral response is OH MY GOSH! MEGA THANKS FOR A SPIRIT REVIVER!

What are the 3rd from top pix ... pink flowers


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RE: drizzly day / flower archives to the rescue

3. Godetia, a wildflower. AKA clarkia. It's a stunner in a big planting.


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Thanks for all the beauty! I can't do them all, but I'll try:
1. Breadseed poppy
2. Bees Jubilee Clematis
3. Godetia
4. Some kind of an orchid cactus
5. Wallflower and centranthe (sp) major?
6. ???
7. Sweet Peas
8. Salpiglossis (sp)?
9. ???


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RE: drizzly day / flower archives to the rescue

7 out of 9 is pretty darn good.

number 5, the actual name is cerinthe major
number 6 is your basic horsechestnut tree (butterfly appears for no extra charge)
number 9 is scilla p.


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RE: drizzly day / flower archives to the rescue

That horsechestnut tree is beautiful. I don't recall ever seeing one. Thanks for the photo.
Renee


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