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Showy Evening Primrose decided to begin blooming. These are some I transplanted to my garden. It took them a while to get established, and they are now beginning to take over. I choose some that had more of tbe pink color in the flowers. Some that grow wild along the highway are nearly white. These plants appear to have plenty of buds yet to open.

RussRAB 7 Apr 11
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This year mine bloomed at the same time as my bluebonnets which is unusual.

Lorajay Level 8 June 15, 2019
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Fossil fuel burning is fucking up glaciers and changing climate patterns....4th week of spring snow belongs on top of glaciers NOT BELOW S DAKOTA

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I love it when wild things just mysteriously appear - Most of the time, they don't transplant well so I try to not interfere with mother nature toooooo much. 😉

Lavergne Level 8 Apr 12, 2019
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Lovely. I dug some out of a ditch and transplanted them to my house. They did great.

freeofgod Level 8 Apr 11, 2019
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LOVE white (or almost) flowers!

My feeling is the opposite, but to each their own. There plenty of beautiful white flowers.

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They took over a hosta bed under a weeping cherry tree in our yard. I had a he'll of a time getting rid of them.

They can get invasive.

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So delicate and pretty!!!!

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