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BTW this is the flower that the spear shaped leaves produces. and there are several along a thin tail when it finally emerges.
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that last bit in the slope area, and its a shallow slope in case one can't see that, it stays rather shaded from the magnolia above. So I am still wondering what to put there that will make it. yes, I can go with standard hosta, have enough to divide to that area. there is a couple jacks that have naturally felt happy there over the years, don't want to hurt those. the may apples are there as you can see, but this month starting their slow exit . there is no way I can make both ends identical ---again--due to the magnolia there and somehow, how the sun moves, as there is also a magnolia at the other end, but that area has more sun. debating.
 
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Wood Poppies also send seed out for more babies. So I get them all over the place. Moved a few to a front garden section this spring. I have actually found them popped a goo 30 feet elsewhere.
 
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Name of the above tulips.
 
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Thank you. probably won't do too many pic this year. they just repeat. if I get something unusual that blooms, like there is one hydrangea that does not bloom often I'll get that pic here.
 

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