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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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It's possible 027 and 026 might be the same kind of plant. Perhaps a creosote? Maybe a gooseberry?
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This and the next three photos were taken on top of the ridge overlooking Highway 97 just before the turn off to Hospital Hill.
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These 5 pictures were taken March 17.
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(Wild)

Found by Highway 97 at the entry to Hagelstein Park.
This is in the gooseberry family: Ribes spp.??
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Found on a steep incline, soil looks well drained, pH unknown.
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Bloom in June. Now all I need to do is capture a picture of the berries!
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This plant, along with 026 and 027 are all Ribes sp. - trick is catching them at all seasons with flowers, berries and dormant to tell which!
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These pictures were taken of plants on our Russel Street lots.
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The fruit look like a gooseberry.
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These five pictures were taken May 31.
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