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Amanda Rand at 2015-07-04T23:57:46+0000 3 people like this | 7 people comments
Arthur Haines do we have two types of Elder here in Western Maine?? This isn't the dark purple berries I pick later in the year....Does this plant have any medicinal or nutritional benefits to humans? ( found in Woodstock, ME) - show more posts on this group
Arian Ladisla at 2015-07-05T03:22:56+0000 7 people like this | 1 people comments
My new Habiscus. I hope the Red one will bloom tomorrow. - show more posts on this group
Arian Ladisla at 2015-07-05T03:27:28+0000 2 people like this |
My lovely Rudbeckia hirta, a.k.a. Black Eyed Susan. - show more posts on this group
Hill Ethe at 2015-07-04T22:28:06+0000 | 1 people comments
Any suggestions for best wildflower day hikes in Santa Ynez Valley? Much appreciated. - show more posts on this group
Katherine Evatt at 2015-07-04T23:31:44+0000 13 people like this |
This photo by Mark Russell was shot on Round Top in the central Sierra near Carson Pass, at about 10,000'. The flowers are about 1/4" across. My best guess is Jacob's ladder, Polemonium pulcherrimum. Is that correct? - show more posts on this group
Wendy Crandall Cooper at 2015-07-05T00:17:01+0000 2 people like this | 6 people comments
Can someone help with an ID. Thanks. East San Diego County 4000ft 7-4-15 - show more posts on this group
Pete Veilleux at 2015-07-05T02:22:55+0000 |
Pinus contorta ssp. contorta - Shore Pine getting trained as a bonsai. Explore pete@eastbaywilds.com's photos on Flickr. pete@eastbaywilds.com has uploaded 54144 photos to Flickr. - show more posts on this group
Tina Timko at 2015-07-05T01:01:27+0000 3 people like this | 6 people comments
Please help me id this .small tree, looks rough but very soft. On my property in sonoma - show more posts on this group
Pete Veilleux at 2015-07-05T02:48:18+0000 16 people like this | 5 people comments
Butterfly on Chorizanthe species what butterfly is this? does anyone recognize this butterfly? they were all over the Chorizanthe species - Spineflowers in Monterey County. - show more posts on this group
Maggie Haase at 2015-07-04T23:30:50+0000 7 people like this | 13 people comments
Anyone know what this one is? Very soft, velvety leaves… Native? - show more posts on this group

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