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July flowers

This is a discussion on July flowers within the The Jungle forums, part of the Land Plants category; That sounds about right. Mid June is the tail end of their season. Julie...

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    That sounds about right. Mid June is the tail end of their season.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Diane
    ("Prices Starting at just 1.9 Million!!!) The ads actually say that....
    Gosh, all that money to build on a fault line! I've read that the housing market in overcooked areas like CA, NY, and FL are starting to cool. That 1.9 mil house might be worth 400K one day.

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    Can I come visit ? lol .. I love Cyps. we have some here but not many . Beautiful shots Gin

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gin
    Can I come visit ? lol .. I love Cyps. we have some here but not many . Beautiful shots Gin
    Yes, Gin! I have a plan! Always scary... Next year since the blooming sesason is now past in early June, we can have another forum field trip! Destination will be mosquitoey New Hampshire in early June.

    Our dear Minister of Silly Flasking will be our expedition guide, since he knows the shady joints where these 'chids hang out, I'll provide bagpiping and rocket balloons for entertainment, Kirstie will provide young children to make us all feel old, and da Judge can bring theцемент! Diane will undoubtedly snort in derision, and Sir Speedo will giggle with delight, but we'll persist. Sue will be understated in his chic weirdness, in whatever state he currently teaches; Clint will dance in his sarong by the light of a silvery full moon; and BD will need to stay home and provide a role model of discretion and maturity to our youth (which we're clearly unqualified to provide!) And Cin and Tmai will certainly have to fly up to witness. Tim-O will be mixing drinks on the Outback Terrace, but since everyone will be here, he'll drink them all himself, puke once or twice, and then pass out in his own vomit. It reads like a fairy tale... Tim-O, maybe you can talk Murray into a visit.

    Julie

    PS - What's цемент you ask? Ach, forum newbies...read this thread for enlightenment: http://www.rv-orchidworks.com/orchid...ead.php?t=3919

    Another sticky possibility...or was that muddy....

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    wow. Finishing that book has really left your mind with too much freedom hasn't it Julie?....

    I guess creativity has to go somewhere

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    Lovely garden, Ania! And I, too, like the dragon!
    Oh, Julie, that field trip sounds like a blast! Actually, I can help out in Tim-O's absence; used to be a bah-tenda in my other life. Still can whip 'em up but can't put 'em down like I used to. Help required. Volunteers?
    We found several pink lady's slipper this late April in the Smokys (alas, too late for the yellow this year). One unique feature of the pink lady's slipper is that it has a slit in the front of the pouch where the pollinater enters, then exits at the top of the pouch, rather than enter and exit at the top as with other native lady's slippers. Cool! Name:  Closeup Pink Ladies Slipper 600x600.jpg
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    Ania, the "showy" or "queen" lady's slipper also grows in your area. Mostly white with a pink pouch in varying shades. Have you ever seen one? I have not - they are very rare in the southern Appalachians.

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    I am going kinda crazy, Sarah! Thanks for noticing... I didn't even spell-check цемент!

    Julie

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    Quote Originally Posted by Piper
    I am going kinda crazy, Sarah! Thanks for noticing... I didn't even spell-check цемент!

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    I think it is the cheese that is the stimulant or is it the black leather??? You organize the field trip and we will try to make it.
    Cin

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    sheeesh... I go to work on a Sunday and look what I miss out on!!!

    seriously though, Julie, you need to be sharing that drink around!

    And seeing as tami is on tenda duties then that leaves me to drink sum! Bring it on

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tmai
    Ania, the "showy" or "queen" lady's slipper also grows in your area. Mostly white with a pink pouch in varying shades. Have you ever seen one? I have not - they are very rare in the southern Appalachians.
    Tmai,

    I have never seen "queen" lady's slipper, but I will be looking for it now that I know that it grows in this area! I wave seen other orchids in our woods, not as pretty as the slippers, but always exciting to find then in the wild.

    A

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