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Many thanks. Very interesting.
This euphorbia characias subsp. wulfenii has developed an interesting deformity. I presume it is a virus infection, but I would be interested to...
I have added the three other pictures that came with that one - I don't know if they will be any help.
A friend from the UK was wondering what this is (photographed near High Wycombe).
Note - because of British history, there are many UK plants...
All the plants in the pictures are native except for the bluebells as far as I know.
Yellow - Mimulus as commented already, tall white - camasia, purple seems to be a type of alium, there are also fritillaria "Chocolate Lilly"....
The cliffs above Lee Bay, Pender Harbour put on a fantastic display of wildflowers every year....
A friend thinks this is a stinging nettle which it certainly is not.
Is it a Tellima Grandiflora?
This is probably to easy too, but I don't have a picture of any flowers which makes it a bit more difficult.
On a cliff face in Garden Bay, BC
Just to let you know what you can do with a little adjustment of contrast and brightness (in this case using Corel Paint Shop Pro X)....
I never get tired of blue irises.
In the late afternoon sun after a fall of rain, they can look particularly spectacular....
I was there just as they were setting it up, in February 2005. I see they added a lot after I left.
>> Nice photographs, John - good to see you back, too. Must be a new season for flowers!
Yes, this is me coming out of photographic...
Swamp Lanterns, aka Swamp Lillies, aka Skunk Cabbage aka Lysichitum Americanum.
Photographed below a rather spectacular beaver dam in Pender...
I am calling this my "euphorbodendron" - actually a rhododendron with branches that go through a spurge laurel.
Sunday 24th April, the cliff flowers are all progressing well.
Around here (West Coast just north of Vancouver) Gaultheria shallon or Salal as it is known locally, would be a strange gift since it already...
Cressula / sedum
I stand (and edit) corrected.
12th April 2005
Now that the weather is warmer, the cliffs above Lee Bay, (Pender Harbour BC) are starting to wake up. Among the first flowers...