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Friday June 22, 2012

York, PA (Current Weather Conditions)

Caption: I can't remember what flower this is. I planted the bulbs a few years back. More and more keep growing every year. With the heat and humidity we've been having in Central PA, some of them should be in full bloom tomorrow!!!

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2. iluvbflo
1:22 AM GMT on June 23, 2012
Thank you. That's what I thought, but wasn't sure. I'll be posting more once they all bloom. They get so tall that we have to tie them back with waxless dental floss. "otherwise, they fall forward and break easily.
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1. CecileWNC
1:15 AM GMT on June 23, 2012
These are gladiola. Colorful shot!
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About iluvbflo

iluvbflo

Originally from the Buffalo, NY area, I have lived in PA since 2001, currently in York.My husband and I have been married for over 7 years. I am just an amateur photographer who loves taking pictures of just about anything that catches my eye. I'm still trying to get used to my Nikon D40. We just came back from a vacation in Orlando, FL. I enjoy looking at all of your photos. Keep up the good work.Tanya 09/08/13.

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