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Plantidote of the Day 2012-04-10

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spring bouquet

Spring bouquet

I must be getting old. When I shot this a couple days ago, I knew the name of the red and bright pink flowers. Now I can't remember what it is. (The little purple ones are pansies -- even I know that!)

So please do me a favor -- some flower/garden person who still has functioning brain cells, throw me a bone and tell me what it is, so I can write up the details. Assuming I don't forget, of course ;-)

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Submitted by jerztomato on

tough to tell from that angle.

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Submitted by twig on

Then I started looking at pix online and the ranunculus were so much more tightly petaled, if that makes sense. They weren't open and fluffy, like these flowers. Maybe I'll go back and check the foliage. I'm sure the neighbors wonder why I hang around the yards so often, but as long as they don't call the police, who cares?

"Look deep into nature, and then you will understand everything better." -- Albert Einstein