Monthly Archives: July 2010

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Lycoris squamigera

Bare stalks of Lycoris sqamigera are shooting up through the ferns with blossoms of pink with overcast blue. Foliage appears in January, dies back late spring, then blooms in the summer in my area Zone 6. There was prolific foliage … Continue reading

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Purple Coneflower

May your weeds be wildflowers.

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Cleome

…Butterflies like loosened flowers blown off by the wind in play.  Celia Thaxter

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Turk’s Cap Lily

photo by FlashBlack There shall be eternal summer in the grateful heart.  Celia Thaxter

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Rudbeckias Around Pool

Rudbeckias have started blooming around the pool. I never can wait and make photo as soon as something blooms. I’ll try for one when they are in full bloom.

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Wishing Richard Brownell a Speedy Recovery

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