Late autumn blooms in Richmond dyke trail

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  1. David Tang

    David Tang Active Member

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    While looking for birds this morning along the west dyke trail in Richmond,
    noticed some colourful small flowers along the side of the trail. They come in
    colours of purple, pink, yellow and off white.
     

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  3. David Tang

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    Thanks a lot.
    Yes, this is it, but also in colours more varied than its common name Blue Toadflax.
     
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    David in L A Active Member 10 Years

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    Nuttallanthus would have much shorter upper lip relatve to lower lip. Looks like Linaria section Versicolores mixture, sold as L. marocanna.
     
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