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    Spring Fllowers

    The Calypso Orchid is a native to the Pacific Northwest and is pretty uncommon. I've got a pretty good crop of them up in the woods, but this little guy was right next to the gate and much easier to get to on my gimpy leg.


    In my more gardening days, I collected species Peonies. This one is called Paoenia daurica subsp. wittmanniana. One of my earliest blooming Peonies.


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    Re: Spring Fllowers

    Beatiful colored Orchid.
    I do not have a garden,but violens and other plants and herbs on my balcony.


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    Re: Spring Fllowers

    I do like violets. I've got native violets that come up each year under the trees beside the house.

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    Re: Spring Fllowers

    If you see a golden one that talks and offers to share "love," RUN AWAY.

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