alycewilson (alycewilson) wrote,
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Spring Bouquet

For the last couple of weeks, I've been taking photos of the flowers that have sprung up in my neighborhood. First were the crocuses and other early blooms. More recently, it's daffodils and tulips.





Spring Crocuses (Click to enlarge)


A patch of purple crocuses
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White Leucojum (Click to enlarge)


I believe this is a Leucojum, at least
according to this flower identification guide
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Red Tulip (Click to enlarge)


A red tulip in front of our house.
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Cherry Blossoms (Click to enlarge)


I believe these are cherry blossoms.
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Daffodils (Click to enlarge)


Daffodils in front of a local church.
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Una Sniffing Daffodils (Click to enlarge)


Una sniffs some daffodils.
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Mystery Tree (Click to enlarge)


This could be either a Chorisia or a Magnolia, I think.
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Red Cherry Blossom? (Click to enlarge)


The best I can surmise, this is
a vivid pink (almost red) cherry blossom.
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Purple Wildflower (Click to enlarge)


I used to see these all the time, growing up
in Central Pennsylvania. I can't identify it,
even through a thorough web search. Anyone?
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Moral:
Flowers don't always give up their names easily.

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