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Old June 18, 2019   #106
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A nice one indeed, I know one young girl would would be more than happy to add it to her collection.
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Old August 5, 2019   #107
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Default Rain lily (Zephyranthes)

I didn't think I had any of these anymore, but one popped up in the middle of ground orchid foliage. They're in the amaryllis family and they usually bloom after a very heavy rain. If you have them, you never know when they're going to just show up.
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Old August 14, 2019   #108
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Default Hyacinths

Picked these up when in Tasmania, flowering well. Do not have variety names with me atm, but have them at home if anyone is interested
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Old August 14, 2019   #109
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And an Iris, this purchased at the local field days, just excuse the weeds please
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I like the fragrance of hyacinths.
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