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Oddly, the petunia is closely related to tobacco and tomato plants.



Red Spider Lily (Lycoris radiata)…

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Mr. Don Hutton pointed me to this bloom behind the golf course clubhouse. The bulb must have been planted many years ago by someone who once owned a house there. This lily variety originated in China and is only propagated here by bulbs. The flowers pop up suddenly in late September or early October. The bulbs are deadly poisonous if ingested, and these flowers are widely associated with death in Japan and China (often used in funerals).


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A nice fall blooming wildflower.

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