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Calotropis procera. by Peter Stoeckl

This photo from the TrekNature travel gallery is titled 'Calotropis procera.

https://flic.kr/p/51qWwR | Polemonium viscosum 'Blue Whirl' #1 | Polemoniaceae - Western North America Sticky Jacob's Ladder  Photographed in my garden in San Francisco, California

Polemoniaceae - Western North America Sticky Jacob's Ladder Photographed in my garden in San Francisco, California

CORONILLA/CROWN VETCH - Success to You

Showing the Crown Vetch with detailed description and photos of this New Hampshire wildflower.

Martin Howard: Artist Website

I am an English Artist living in Borlange, Sweden since I have been painting on and off since the early eighties, in oils to begin with before moving on to watercolours. I also have an interest in photography which I have often used as part of.

Commonly named Greater Yellow-rattle, Rhinanthus angustifolius (Lamiales - Orobanchaceae) is a flowering plant which occurs in Europe and Asia.  R. angustifolius grows in a range of lowland grassy habitats. It owes its wide ecological tolerance to its semi-parasitic habit, its main requirement being for a sufficient density of host roots through which it can obtain water and nutrients [1].   Photo credit: ©Daan de Vos

(Looks like a bunch of chicks hatching) Commonly named Greater Yellow-rattle, Rhinanthus angustifolius (Lamiales - Orobanchaceae) is a flowering plant which occurs in Europe and Asia.

Camellia japonica Governor Mouton  Lustrous dark green leaves. Prefers acidic, highly organic soils. Always mulch because of shallow rooting. 3-5 flowers.   Cultivar Description:   Semidouble to loose peony form flowers are red with white splotches. Mid season

Governor Mouton Variegated Camellia camellia japonica governor mouton The Governor Mouton Spring Blooming Camellia is an evergreen shrub with red and white variegated flowers that bloom in winter into Más

Frigid Shooting Star, wildflower Denali National Park, Alaska. Dodecatheon frigidum

Frigid Shooting Star, This flower survives the harsh temperatures at Denali National Park, Alaska.

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