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dapjwy 04-16-2020 10:46 AM

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Originally Posted by skip1909 (Post 162212)
Phlox subulata and Antennaria plantaginifolia

My phlox *just* started opening yesterday or the day before.

I didn't notice ny Antenaria yet...but it is in the same area.

skip1909 04-16-2020 05:48 PM

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The Antennaria are such strange plants, I love them. Got some wood poppy starting up, Dicentra eximia and virginia bluebells to follow.

Martha 05-01-2020 10:10 PM

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Have a little more happening with. The wet weather.

My Aronia is in full bloom. Doll’s eyes too, and the Solomon seal that was so tiny a couple of weeks ago have their lovely, delicate flowers. Do you like my urban bunnies? They eat less than the country kind.

Rebek56 05-02-2020 05:51 AM

Our trilliums are finishing, and the jack-in-the-pulpit is up, with one already sending up its flower spike.

havalotta 05-02-2020 11:51 AM

Dicentra eximia.... Do those come in a white as well? A friend gave me some last year. I believe they are of the bleeding heart family

skip1909 05-03-2020 08:23 AM

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Originally Posted by havalotta (Post 162284)
Dicentra eximia.... Do those come in a white as well? A friend gave me some last year. I believe they are of the bleeding heart family

There are non-native bleeding hearts that are a horticultural staple, which may come in white. Dutchmans breeches and squirrel corn are in the same genus and have white flowers, albeit differently shaped.

Another shot of Dicentra eximia, Packera obovata, and Silene caroliniana.

havalotta 05-03-2020 03:50 PM

Hmmmmm Now that you mention it it is the dutchman's breeches that I have. :)


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