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Clivia miniata 'San Marcos Yellow'


 Clivia miniata 'San Marcos Yellow' (Clivia miniata 'San Marcos Yellow')

There's thousands of orange and yellow varieties of Kaffir Lilies blooming at the San Diego Zoo right now. Photo taken March 26, 2011.



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Love it.

27 Mar, 2011

 

I really do enjoy all your photos D, they are lovely

27 Mar, 2011

 

Alexandramou:

Thanks! Glad you loved it! :>)

27 Mar, 2011

 

Yorkshire:

Glad you're continuing to enjoy my photos! :>)

27 Mar, 2011

 

This is stunning Andy missed this one don't know how.

2 Apr, 2011

 

Thanks! Some of the flowers on these plants were eaten by snails or slugs.

4 Apr, 2011

 

What a shame Andy you need a frog they would clear the slugs

4 Apr, 2011

 

Sixpence:

Oh, there's plenty of wild frogs at the zoo...I just suspect there's even more slugs and snails. :>)

5 Apr, 2011

 

Lol :o))

5 Apr, 2011



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