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Tuesday, April 26, 2011

One Lone Trillium


There was one lone trillium bloomed on a recent hike up the mountain. By now there is probably more. Still a few months at least until Trillium Lake opens up. Right now it is under snow :(

14 comments:

  1. One is the loneliest flower.
    ROG, ABC Wednesday team

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  2. another 'O' - the trillium is Ontario's provincial flower.

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  3. I was looking for signs of emerging trillium here in Ontario last Sunday afternoon. Nothing yet, so what a nice surprise to see on on your blog.

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  4. Such a single lonly flower. Beautiful capture.

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  5. I love the way the 3 petals and leaves are all layered.

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  6. The trillium is our provincial flower!
    Jane x

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  7. A beautiful solitary flower. Good choice.

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  8. Beautiful. That's one of the first flowers I learned about as a child. By the time the snow has melted enough to get near the trillium habitat, they have bloomed and gone.

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  9. Oh so beautiful!

    A Splash of Orange made my ABC this week, come and see. Thank you!

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  10. How sweet! I don't think we have trillium's here, even though I know I've seen them somewhere. I think it was over at Ft. Hood. Beautiful, that Lone Ranger is...

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  11. I am getting addicted with this blogging hobby, I get to see beautiful places and learn interesting things. Very nice O you have here..

    Mind lOOking at my O entry?, have a nice day!

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  12. What a beautiful flower. Love the three white petals and the yellow filament.

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  13. WOw what a wonderful flower and picture, i didn't know it and don't know either if they grow in Holland

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  14. The facts are; spring is in the air! Beatiful picture.

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