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Tuesday, March 4, 2014

Wildflowers Are Opening in NW Florida



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  1. Oh soo pretty ! Lovely photos ! Thanks for sharing . Have a good week !

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    1. Those pretty blooms just made my day!

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  3. Beautiful! Send some of that warmer weather north,please.

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    1. Wish I could Ruth! It's only gotten to 45 here today.

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  4. What is that second one? I know many years ago I came upon it, and was actually with someone who knew...but me and names don't seem to stick.

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    1. It's a trout lily Barbara. Just a very few places here in NW Florida that they grow. They have past their blooming peak here, Will probably be blooming in April in your neck of the woods.

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  5. That trout lily is so unusual, I've never seen one. It's nice to see some pretty flowers right now, we are still quite cold and grey here in western NC.

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  6. Lise they are in the Smokies; I usually find them on Clingman's dome road.

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  7. Thank you Wong! Hope you're doing well.

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  8. We have them too but not yet the vivid blue color's are are white and yellow, but at least they stand out against the mud :-) x x x

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  9. Sorry finger slipped, OURS ARE WHITE AND YELLOW :-) x x x

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    1. So glad you dropped by Midge! Is all the flooding over now? Give Miss Freya a big cuddle from me.

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