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Development of Darlingtonia Flower

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By Siris


Development of Darlingtonia Flower (Darlingtonia californica (Cobra Lily))

First time flowering, pic one - one flower. Pic 2 - second flower. Pic 3 - 1st flower showing colour. Pic 4 - fully developed, but pesky pidgeon dropped twigs onto it breaking off the stem, so Ive put in vase.



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The pidgeons bring in twigs to make a nest (not much of a nest!) in the apple tree above.

9 May, 2022

 

That is stunning Sue and exciting being the first ones ..., naughty pigeon :o(

10 May, 2022

 

Interesting flower. I'm losing patience with the Woodies, too. They make such a filthy mess.

10 May, 2022

 

Even worse on black, Meadow!!

10 May, 2022

 

I'm hoping the second flower will be left alone to develop fully.

10 May, 2022



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