Show wildflowers, only wildflowers in the wild

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Fringed Hare Orchid (Leporella fimbriata)

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A bracing (-2°C) early morning walk at Fort Saskatchewan prairie. Little sign of new Spring growth except for beaked hazelnut (Corylus cornuta). The tiny female flowers have a spray of red styles, whereas the male flowers cluster as catkins.
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They're pretty and interesting.
What are they please?
it was Tussilágo fárfara https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tussilago

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Tried my achromatic close up lens on this.

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A dewy prairie crocus (Pulsatilla nuttalliana), Gibbons badlands, AB. (8-image focus stack)
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Here are a few of our local wildflowers taken in the last few weeks...

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Calypso bulbosa

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Giant White Fawn Lily (Erythronium oregonum

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Henderson’s Shooting Star Dodecatheon hendersonii

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Prunus emarginata

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Olsynium douglasii

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coltsfoot Petasites palmatus

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Small-flowered Blue-eyed Mary Collinsia parviflora var. parviflora

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Great Camas Camassia leichtlinii

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Bicolor Lupine Lupinus bicolor

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Skunk cabbage Lysichiton americanum


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We're in Autumn downunder, but it is still very dry. I was out looking for native orchids and although there were plenty of leaves, and a few buds, there were not many flowers.

Here are a few I did find

#1 Autumn Bird Orchid (Chiloglottis curviclavia)
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#2 Mosquito Orchid (Acianthus pusillus)
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#3 Tiny Greenhood (Pterostylis parviflora)
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Oaks are not flowers, but these buds fit better here than in the trees thread I think :) GX9 and an adapted Olympus OM 50mm 1.8 lens.

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Spring is arriving after all, even though temperatures are still getting pretty cold at night, the days are starting to get warmer and sunny more often. I went for a walk yesterday and want to share some flowers I encountered along the way.

Muscari armeniacum is a bit rarer around the trails.
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Laminum purpureum on the other hand is virtually everywhere and can be seen in larger clusters.
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A lonely senecio leucanthemifolius, at least that's what I think it is, wasn't far from a nearby road.
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Last but not least the all around taraxacum officinale, here with a friendly critter bee-ing hard at work and already covered in pollen.
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There is a wood near my home which has an absolutely outstanding set of bluebells this year ...

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