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I've found these on a walk recently. There are nice cultivated varieties offered at gardener websites from white to sort of pinkish, and even double-flowered. Some are already on my wish-list.
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I've found these on a walk recently. There are nice cultivated
varieties offered at gardener websites from white to sort of pinkish,
and even double-flowered. Some are already on my wish-list.


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On Sun, 25 Sep 2016 09:38:02 +0200, Willi_9
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I've found these on a walk recently. There are nice cultivated varieties
offered at gardener websites from white to sort of pinkish, and even
double-flowered. Some are already on my wish-list.


Willi, you find the nicest subjects to show us on this newsgroup,
thanks. I enjoy seeing your photos.

Unfortunately, I am a bit like Barbara in that I seldom take the
camera with me any more when I am out in the countryside.

Tampa Bob


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