Happy Earth Day to you too.
Back at ya!Hey how about a visitor somewhere around the end of May beginning of June?
Thanks Robin!Dave,I'll be at work still,but you are welcome.
What a neat plant!Is it native?And Happy Earth Day!
I like Titi better'n snakes any day.Every day is earth day, as we's already knowed. It takes an self-important bureaucrat to have an an "AHA!" moment and "create" an Earth Day. (sorry if thats' a bit cranky)
happy earth day!
Pretty stuff. Pretty sure it doesn't grow in Troll County.
Pretty flowers and Happy Earth Day to you also.
Happy Earth Day FC!
Chris and Jon,Native!Aunty,Always Eday here so I don't do much special, but I do like this day due to it's historic, 1970 grass roots creation. This is not a bureaucrat created celebration. They may have jumped on board, but it's a true people's creation.Kathy A, Ditto from a fellow Earthling.Troll, Any swamp left down there?Margaret,Thanks!Dani,Thank you! Same to ya!
I looked it up. It says the range is from Virginia to CENTRAL Florida.
That looks like Clethra, a late summer flowering shrub from up here in the Arctic wasteland.
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