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 Post subject: Re: Native Wild Flowers
Post Posted: May 2, 2015 1:10 pm 
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so is it a flower? or lice (and insect form)? :hugegrin:


It's a flower.

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AspenSpirit wrote:
beerGodrox, might want to take some of your pics down to make this topic less time consuming...

The whole idea of this topic is to post images of our wildflowers, no amount is too many! Let's all continue to post our images, please. I really appreciate them!

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Rock Jasmine (these are really tiny flowers, about 1/8 of an inch)

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This is my first time reading this thread, and I love it. Love the pics and I too say, don't take the pics out. The more the merrier :applause: and the educated we come to know about God's beautiful flowers. Will they live if transplanted in my flower garden? There are these tall daisies next our mail box I would like to transplant. Is it unlawful to pull any of the wildflowers up? Thank you for any info... :dog: :wiggle:


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Every now and then I transplant wildflowers from my own property, like the cactus was from when our driveway cut was made. Mostly, my garden wildflowers are "gifts" - plants that come up all by themselves. Our property has beautiful wildflowers everywhere, I am lucky this way.


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I've had Spotted Coral Root Orchids blooming for the past could of weeks.
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Looks like something a hummingbird would like. 8)

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Came looking for a post about a site where you can put in a photo and it will tell you what it is....
Wow, I think I just found most of my answers! These pictures are wonderful! I just need to look here! Lol
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Nice pics.

By the way, botanists have told me the spotted coral root orchid only blooms every 50 years. Pretty amazing. Guess we will have to wait till 2066 to see it again!!


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Not sure of what all these are, but this is some of what we have. I believe one is wild iris. Pictures leave something to be desired.
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