Friday, August 26, 2016

Friday Foto Friends #42

I love wild flowers and there are many in my area. Here are two kinds I enjoy seeing during the summer. The top photo is a Wood Anemone a Native wildflower in Columbia County, NY and the bottom of course are Tiger Lilies which are both wild and hybrid bulbs that can be bought. Tiger lilies thrive well in moist to wet soils and hence grow well near ditches.



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7 comments:

  1. {{{Smiles}}} I do miss that area....sigh....one day we shall get back to that area. Have a beautiful day friend.

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  2. The lilies we have growing wild here are all orange....those are a gorgeous pink!!! I love wildflowers....we live in a wooded area and have violets in the spring...little purple (my favorite color) beauties!! Thanks so much for linking up and I apologize the linky wasn't there earlier...don't know what happened 'cause I truly thought I put it in the post....but could that have been last Friday?!?! ;-) Happy weekend to you!

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  3. Beautiful. My daughter used Tiger Lilies in her wedding.

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  4. Growing up in upstate NY, my grandpa would go down a back road and dig up tiger lilies and transplant them in their section of our yard. (They lived in a mobile home behind our house). They really flourished there! Pretty photos, Toni!

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  5. So pretty. I see the orange lilies growing all over the place along the roads here.
    I am a sucker for Star Gazer lilies. :)
    Have a great Friday Toni!

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  6. Those are lovely. For some reason, I have always associated anemones with Israel. I didn't know there were any here.

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  7. They are so nice! Love both but the second one is my favorite!

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