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Saturday May 4, 2013

Williams, OR (Current Weather Conditions)

Caption: I don't have any idea what the plant in the center is. It appears to be a fern of some sort, but can't find it in any of my weed or wild flower books. Help?

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5. Doesiedoats
1:25 PM GMT on May 05, 2013
Thank you, Silver.

I appreciate the input.
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4. silverbeaver59
1:34 AM GMT on May 05, 2013
Indian paint brush - one can suck the nectar from each bract - but watch, ants like them too and that does change the flavor (personal experience lol)

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3. Doesiedoats
8:31 PM GMT on May 04, 2013
Thank you very much Kathy and Kim.

I'll keep looking and I'll also see
what I can find on Nat Geo.

Thanks again.
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2. hoecat
8:17 PM GMT on May 04, 2013
I just watched a hummingbird show on NatGeo Wild and they showed these plants. But for the life of me, I can't remember what they are now lol.
Sorry I couldn't help. Nice pretty picture and thanks for sharing :)
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1. ChrisAnthemum
8:14 PM GMT on May 04, 2013
I don't know either, Julia, but it's not a fern -- they don't bloom. Very pretty woodland scene!
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I’m a native Oregonian, born in Tillamookand reared in the greater Portland area.After working in the Bay Area in thesemi-conductor industry as a Human ResourcesRepresentative, my husband and I retired in 1999, returned to Southern Oregon and settledin the Williams area.Photography interests started early on with aKodak Box camera and later a Kodak 616 givento me by my father, a semi-professional photo-grapher. After many years of film cameras, theadvent of digital photography has expanded myinterest in the hobby. My two favorite camerasare the Nikon Coolpix P500 and the PanasonicLumix DMC-FZ100.The Pacifica Gardens property has become thepreferred subject of my photography becauseof its natural beauty. I have captured allfour seasons over the past twelve years. I’mpleased to be able to share some of thosephotos with my WU friends.************************************************

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