Little Flauers in the grass....

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  1. ottor

    ottor No longer a newbie, moving up!

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    My neighbor only mows a couple times a year, so I dont' know how long they'll last ....

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    Grape Hyacinth.
     
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    LaFoto Just Corinna in real life Staff Member Supporting Member

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    That's what they're called? Thanks for the info. We've got some of those in our front garden. But only some. Far and few between. They wouldn't make a nice photos such as these. And dang! Ottor? You really flopped yourself flat on your belly to take these? They are not precisely TALL!
     
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    My wife runs an 'in-home' daycare, and one of the parents picking up their child actually came over to me to see if I was alright... Funny things we'll do to get a picture.. I actually jumped off a bridge one time to get a closeup of a base jumper.... :confused:

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    They are beautiful in hue, I can definitely see why they are called Grape Hyacinth.
     

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