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    Very cool, thanks a lot for sharing ! I have Helleborus as well but mine are white.

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    @Cthulu, the big phlox looking thing seems to be Phlox divaricata, a woodland native of eastern USA
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    Great photography!

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    Quote Originally Posted by mcmcnair View Post
    @Cthulu, the big phlox looking thing seems to be Phlox divaricata, a woodland native of eastern USA
    It's actually Lunaria annua. The money plant.

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    Unknown yellow Trillium species.
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    Some kind of Anenome.
    Anenome

    A Primrose.
    Primrose

    English Daisy.
    English Daisy

    Arisaema tryphyllum
    Jack-In-The-Pulpit - Arisaema trypyllum
    Jack-In-The-Pulpit - Arisaema trypyllum

    More Shooting Stars.
    Dodecatheon meadia - Shooting Star

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    preettyyy!!

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    Some Alliums
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    Lily of the Valley
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    An Anenome
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    Looks like Sauromatum venosum made it through the winter in Zone 5 !
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    .......And so did Arisaema dracontium for that matter.
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    Primrose
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    Very cool, man. Nice to see everything taking off at this time of the year. Not seeing the Anenome, though.

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