Pickerelweed (Summer sky trees ). Photo by appledust36
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Wednesday June 19, 2013

Princeton, NJ (Current Weather Conditions)

Caption: Showy flowers bloom through much of the early summer


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4. appledust36
9:39 PM GMT on August 05, 2013
Thanks, Bill. Per Wikipedia, the genus Pontederia, to which this plant belongs, range from Canada to Argentina. You probably have them there in Manitoba.
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3. Glaswegian
7:20 PM GMT on August 05, 2013
Nice clean image! We have similar flowers here which last long through the warm months.
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2. appledust36
7:22 PM GMT on July 11, 2013
Thanks, Liz! I love these native wildflowers. I suspect that they are more frequent in more northerly climes.
(edit) Whoops - here's a reference to it being a Florida native as well! My bad.
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1. jerseyshoretoo
3:49 PM GMT on July 11, 2013
Great shot, these are lovely and I haven't seen them before!
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Many of my photos are from preserved woodland and farmland in Central New Jersey. If I've succeeded in sharing some of the tranquillity and modest natural beauty of this historic area, as well as other places I visit, I'm happy. PS - i've enjoyed myself and learned a lot from all that this site provides. Hope to do so for a long time! Thanks to all of you!;

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