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If you recognize any of these flowers and know their name(s), please make a note of the number over the flower and email me at webmistress AT sunnisan DOT com


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(Wild)
The land is 3% grade, alkaline soil, arid. This is in the ditch next to LeFever St.
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This and the previous picture were photographed February 28.
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This and the next three photos were taken May 10.
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I *think* this might be a notho calais?
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This is a close up of the sap that sealed the end of a wounded leaf. Interesting stuff.
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This and the next four pictures were taken in late June.
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By July 4 I had missed all the blooms. Oh well. Next year I'll catch them!
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Herb from Wenatchee, WA garden.
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Photo taken May 10 on the LeFever's not too far from the first stand of Shooting Stars.
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Companion plants: Shooting Star, Grey and Douglas Rabbitbrushes, Common Red Sage
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