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weepel Spotting
Spotting commented on by weepel Mumbai, Maharashtra, India8 years ago

Could be an orchid.

weepel Hydrangea
Hydrangea commented on by weepel Olympia, Washington, USA8 years ago

I know you can change them between pink and blue based on the alkali in the soil. How in the world did you get that wonderful purple shade? Btw my neighbor down the road has the most stunningly blue hydrangeas. I'll have to get a picture of those posted. They are bluer than blue. I now judge all shades of blue by those flowers. And blue is already I favorite color. It's not fair!

weepel Unknown spotting
Unknown spotting commented on by weepel Washington, USA8 years ago

Hmm if it flowers, it could be either orange day lily or crocosmia 'montbretia'......or just plain 'ol swamp grass

weepel Pacific Rhododendron
Pacific Rhododendron commented on by weepel Washington, USA8 years ago

Is that frost? Nice shot!

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