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Jen Cross🦉🕷🦖 Jan 15
Replying to @jencross_
Lady buffleheads aren’t quite as flashy as the males, but definitely cute little ducks.
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Jen Cross🦉🕷🦖 Jan 15
Replying to @jencross_
Male buffleheads tooling around the lake. They look kind of like little duck-stormtroopers to me.
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GardenOpus 7h
Replying to @megloops @Plantsurfer
Beautiful, Love ! Have G. Cocktail™ ™ from , bred here in Northern Illinois, planted Fall '16. Made a massive clump last Summer so excited about this Spring!
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Mary Ellen Wuori Jan 12
❤️ & 🌱 I need to explore more of these in 🌞
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GardenOpus 7h
Replying to @nancywphoto
Thanks much! Though I sometimes groom my subjects, decided to leave the stuck to the bud sheath like velcro, probably drifted in from the various local !
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Stephen Ryan Jan 15
Canna ‘Banana Republic ‘ my own dwarf seeding that rarely exceeds 1metre
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GardenOpus 8h
Replying to @SESevers @ColoradoNPS
Have tried both here in Chicagoland and they just won't make it, best planted in the Spring as annuals - though eager to continue trialing other PlantSelect items. Visited them in Fort Collins last Summer.
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Jason Smith 9h
Giant leaves of Liriodendron chinense with late autumn color today.
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Justin 10h
A touch of spring during the winter.
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GardenOpus 9h
Likewise West suburban Chicagoland, dipping near 0°F/-18°C again tonight, taking a swipe at 50°F/10°C and possible heavy rain Sunday.
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Kevin 12h
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philomena plunkett 11h
Wow When all at once I saw a crowd a host of golden yes today Night Night
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GardenOpus 11h
Thank you! Should do well for you also, Zone 3 to cooler parts of Zone 7, also maritime Zones 8 & 9 such as UK, Pacific NW US.
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GardenOpus 12h
Beautiful! Introduced 1958, by E. B. Anderson. Genus name for (nearly) all FKA Iris subgenus Hermodactyloides reverts back to prior, , after massive DNA phylogenetic meta-analysis of Iris sensu-lato.
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Paul 20h
Iris 'Katharine Hodgkin' making an appearance
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GardenOpus 12h
Beautiful! Introduced 1958, by E. B. Anderson. Genus name for (nearly) all FKA Iris subgenus Hermodactyloides reverts back to prior, , after massive DNA phylogenetic meta-analysis of Iris sensu-lato.
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GardenOpus 12h
TANGLE OF TWIGS, or promise of Spring? Exbury () (de Rothschild, 1947) - closer look reveals many fat buds!
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Compass 13h
With the threat of more snow, this Blue Jay seems to be stocking up on its peanut supply.
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Stuart Williams 13h
Flower of Agapanthus 'Peter Pan', a dwarf variety (and spider)
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GardenOpus 13h
Agreed, there is no bad here, just like there's no crying in baseball! 😁⚾Clade , order .
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