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Unnamed spotting

Description:

These were white flowers with a white center and I tiny brown tip at the inside of the flower. They were growing off of another green plant.

Habitat:

I found these flowers in my backyard, being hydrated by rain. Some of them were starting to die from lack of sun in the past couple of days. They need to be in an environment with rain and sun light.

Notes:

These flowers are able to be pollinated by bees, but since it was raining there weren't a lot of bees flying around.

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2 Comments

janeen
janeen 9 years ago

I agree; some kind of azalea.

olumadisonsommers
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olumadisonsommers

Orange, California, USA

Spotted on Dec 19, 2010
Submitted on Dec 19, 2010

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