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Found 31 results

  1. Thorn Wilde

    Lyre-flower

    From the album: Thorn's Oddables

  2. Lux Apollo

    Senecio rowleyanus

    From the album: Floral Phenomena

    The String of Pearls, or String of Beads, vine is a rather unique succulent found in the sunflower family. Its vines creep across the ground, rooting along the way and avoiding the harsh direct sunlight that can dry out so many other plants in its southwest African home range. Specimen from the UTM greenhouse.

    © Michael A. R. Wright, MSc

  3. Lux Apollo

    Wake me up, Buttercup

    From the album: Floral Phenomena

    Ranunculus sp.

    © Michael A. R. Wright, MSc

  4. Lux Apollo

    Mertensia paniculata

    From the album: Floral Phenomena

    Northern Blue Bells

    © Michael A. R. Wright, MSc

  5. Lux Apollo

    Forget-me-not - Myosotis laxa

    From the album: Floral Phenomena

    Sometime it is interesting the things you learn when you become older... I didn't know this was one of my mother's favourite flowers until I was 30. Not sure how, after years of helping her in the garden as a child and teenager, that it never came up.

    © Michael A. R. Wright, MSc

  6. Lux Apollo

    Euphorbia esula

    From the album: Floral Phenomena

    Leafy Spurge, a strange plant who's flowers are highly modified into clusters of reduced structures called cyathia. The poinsettia is a relative of this species, though the cultivars you buy in the store are much changed by years and years of breeding.

    © Michael A. R. Wright, MSc

  7. Lux Apollo

    Geranium maculatum

    From the album: Floral Phenomena

    Did you know that a lot of the 'geraniums' you buy from stores are actually flowers from the related genus Pelargonium?

    © Michael A. R. Wright, MSc

  8. Lux Apollo

    Apple of my Eye

    From the album: Floral Phenomena

    Malus domestica c.v.

    © Michael A. R. Wright, MSc

  9. Lux Apollo

    Syringa vulgaris c.v.

    From the album: Floral Phenomena

    Lilac

    © Michael A. R. Wright, MSc

  10. Lux Apollo

    Cactus sp.

    From the album: Floral Phenomena

    UTM Greenhouse specimen

    © Michael A. R. Wright, MSc

  11. Lux Apollo

    Actaea pachypoda

    From the album: Floral Phenomena

    White Baneberry, aka. Doll's Eyes

    © Michael A. R. Wright, MSc

  12. Lux Apollo

    Podophyllum peltatum

    From the album: Floral Phenomena

    Mayflower

    © Michael A. R. Wright, MSc

  13. Lux Apollo

    Fragraria virginica

    From the album: Floral Phenomena

    Wild Strawberry

    © Michael A. R. Wright, MSc

  14. Lux Apollo

    Silene noctiflora

    From the album: Floral Phenomena

    Night-flowering Catch-fly

    © Michael A. R. Wright, MSc

  15. Lux Apollo

    Zizea aurea

    From the album: Floral Phenomena

    Golden Alexanders

    © Michael A. R. Wright, MSc

  16. Lux Apollo

    Ranunculus repens

    From the album: Floral Phenomena

    Creeping Buttercup

    © Michael A. R. Wright, MSc

  17. Lux Apollo

    Anemone canadensis

    From the album: Floral Phenomena

    Canada Anemone

    © Michael A. R. Wright, MSc

  18. Lux Apollo

    Trapogopon pratensis

    From the album: Floral Phenomena

    Meadow Goat's Beard

    © Michael A. R. Wright, MSc

  19. Lux Apollo

    Echium vulgare

    From the album: Floral Phenomena

    Viper's Bugloss

    © Michael A. R. Wright, MSc

  20. Lux Apollo

    Cercis canadensis

    From the album: Floral Phenomena

    Redbud

    © Michael A. R. Wright, MSc

  21. Lux Apollo

    Spring Garden Delight

    From the album: Floral Phenomena

    © Michael A. R. Wright, MSc

  22. Lux Apollo

    Hieracium piloselloides

    From the album: Floral Phenomena

    Smooth Hawkweed

    © Michael A. R. Wright, MSc

  23. Lux Apollo

    Rubus sp.

    From the album: Floral Phenomena

    A wild raspberry or blackberry

    © Michael A. R. Wright, MSc

  24. Lux Apollo

    Leucanthemum vulgare

    From the album: Floral Phenomena

    Ox-Eye Daisy

    © Michael A. R. Wright, MSc

  25. Lux Apollo

    A bright Composite for a rainy day

    From the album: Floral Phenomena

    At the Bruce Alvar Nature Reserve

    © Michael A. R. Wright, MSc

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