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Milkweed

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laurajane

Thanks, snooker! I love it! It takes some nice close-ups but its still a point-and-shoot. I still haven't read the manual. Can you believe it? I know if I did I would learn lots and then maybe wouldn't be deleting so many shots. Ank, yes, Chickie and my avatars are very similar. She'd make a fine sister! Lorna, no milkweeds over there in the UK? I will have to bring some seeds over and scatter them abroad. Then everyone would hate me for the rest of my life, thank you for commenting, Celeste.

CelesteH

Great shot LJ :)

puzzeljac

Thanks for explaining and I like the way you complement each other, it's very nice. The avatars are difficult to keep apart. You could be sisters. Love it.

goingsilver

Interesting looking plant, and thanks for explaining its name, as like texasstar, I would have had to ask!

snooker

Nice blue shadows. You are doing well with that camera, lj.

laurajane

You're welcome, lyndee.

lyndee

Thank you LJ and chickie for explaining what I couldn't. I just knew they had what look like milk in them. :)

morris186

I know that Monarch Butterflies like them. What typos?

chickiemama

They secrete a white milky sap kinda like when you break off a dandelion stem.

laurajane

Milkweed is named for its milky juice, which contains alkaloids, latex, and several other complex compounds including cardenolides. Some species are known to be toxic. Yikes!

lyndee

They do have milk in them Tex.

texasstar7

Why do they call it milkweed? I don't see any milk...

chickiemama

It must be contagious lyndee. I've been doing it every night! LOL

lyndee

Good Grief, do I sound like I'm drunk or what???? Two mistakes in one short sentence!!!

morris186

Excellent photo, laurajane!

chickiemama

Beautiful shot laurajane.

lyndee

Use to love to tear thise open and watch he silk fly. Thanks LJ.

pkin38

Long time since I have seen those. Thanks LJ