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Thank you Maryrob! The hills of Tennessee must be beautiful !!Thank you Denise! I love it too.
A beauty cathy.....love it
Beautiful Cevas.We have a wild kind that grows here in the hills of Tennessee.
With dinner rolls flying through the air I guess it is fun ... in a crazy kind of way!!I'm glad you like the flower. ... :-)
I like Lambert's, JC! It's a fun place. This is a sweet little flower, Cathy!
Thank you Annetta! I learn a lot from jigidi.Thanks Jim. Ah! That's the place where they throw the rolls at you and you ... um ... theoretically catch them!! I remember that you talked about this place before. A picture posted on jigidi won't do it justice. We need to see a video!!!Hi Suzy. Yes, you're right ... both points.
The leaves on this plant dwarf the flower. Very pretty.
It's beautiful, Cathy! Susan and I just got back from more celebrating, this time in Ozark, MO, at Lambert's. (Google them and see why I love that place! LOL!)
It is a Erythronium, they are most yellow!! I had this plants also in my garden years ago.
Dank je wel Ank! Slaap lekker.
Very nice cathy, love it
Thank you Lorna!! Yes, that's quite a contrast!
Delicate and pretty flower for such big bold leaves!
Oh! Thank you Anezka!!! Now I (we) know what it is.
It is Kandík canine toothFlowers are usually bright pink, but there are also white, yellow and purple species. The fruit is a capsule. The flowers open area above the light green leavesRarely grows wild in deciduous forests. It is legally protected plant.