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CloudDweller Grape Hyacinth
Grape Hyacinth commented on by CloudDweller Pennsylvania, USA6 years ago

Thanks. Yea, a coworker insisted it was bluebell that hadn't opened. You seem spot on after further investigation.

CloudDweller Moose
Moose commented on by CloudDweller USA6 years ago

This was in the Adirondacks. In the West Canada Lakes Wilderness.

CloudDweller Tamarack
Tamarack commented on by CloudDweller Allentown, Pennsylvania, USA7 years ago

Ah! Learn something new every day! Thank you. That is why I love this site.

CloudDweller Tamarack
Tamarack commented on by CloudDweller Allentown, Pennsylvania, USA7 years ago

Turns out it was larch not tamarack. Went back and the same type was labeled.

CloudDweller Corn Speedwell
Corn Speedwell commented on by CloudDweller Allentown, Pennsylvania, USA7 years ago

They are definitely not violets. I unfortunately don't have a closer shot...

CloudDweller Tamarack
Tamarack commented on by CloudDweller Allentown, Pennsylvania, USA7 years ago

I thought it might be Tamarack, but they are so uncommon here, I was second guessing myself...

CloudDweller Raspberry
Raspberry commented on by CloudDweller Pennsylvania, USA7 years ago

Doesn't look like typical pictures of poison ivy, but everyone in my family gets rashes when they go near it... So...

CloudDweller Wineberry
Wineberry commented on by CloudDweller Boston, Massachusetts, USA7 years ago

That looks an awful lot like the poison ivy I've got in my backyard. I'd be careful searching it for fruit...

CloudDweller Garlic mustard
Garlic mustard commented on by CloudDweller Pennsylvania, USA7 years ago

I think the mystery may be solved... Thank You!

CloudDweller Purple trillium
Purple trillium commented on by CloudDweller Missouri, USA7 years ago

Possibly purple trillium.