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The latest wildflowers.

Category: The Wildflowers | Posted: Tue May 11, 2010 5:55 am

I had a nice trip last week to a protected wildflower area. It has been logged many years ago, I will add a couple of the forests trees next time. Today I want to show you some of the flowers that call the area home. The first image is that of Chocolate Lily


( photo / image / picture from Kildale's Garden )


Bleeding Heart ( photo / image / picture from Kildale's Garden )


Pink Easter lily ( photo / image / picture from Kildale's Garden )


Western Trillium ( photo / image / picture from Kildale's Garden )


Woodland Star ( photo / image / picture from Kildale's Garden )






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Frank wrote on Tue May 11, 2010 6:52 am:


Great shots Kildale.




 

eileen wrote on Tue May 11, 2010 9:18 am:


More wildflowers should be protected before they are lost forever. Farmers here are now re-planting hedgerows and leaving areas to naturalise.
Thanks for sharing some of the blooms you found on your travels Kildale - I especially like the Chocolate Lily - very unusual.




 

gfreiherr wrote on Tue May 11, 2010 11:35 am:


Very lovely blooms, I like them all.




 

Jewell wrote on Thu May 13, 2010 4:21 am:


I have been trying to get more of the trillium starts transplanted from our cabin (where they have naturalized during the years we have had it)to our home place. Always love seeing photos of them since they are one of my spring favorites.

The pink easter lily and chocolate lily are wonderful!

Thanks for sharing





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