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Geum urbanum, also known as wood avens, herb Bennet, colewort and St. Benedict's herb (Latin herba benedicta), is a perennial plant in the rose family (Rosaceae), which grows in shady places (such as woodland edges and near hedgerows) in Europe and the Middle East

Geum Urbanum - known as Wood Avens, the herb Bennet, Colewort and St. Benedict's herb - is a perennial plant in the rose family which grows in shady places in Europe and the Middle East (photo by Frank Dereralso)

~ Lathyrus Odoratus CAPUCCINO beautiful Sweet Pea

Lathyrus Odoratus "cappuccino" ~ I should grow some sweet peas somewhere along the west wall!

tulips tulips, these ones already have come and gone, but they were beautiful

tulips tulips, these ones already have come and gone, but they were beautiful

Saucer Magnolias. Love these trees!

Fond memories - My MeMe had a Japanese Magnolia tree in her front yard. I promice myself this springs I am planting Lady Magnolia Tree just like this one !

African fruit 'brightest' thing in nature but does not use pigment to create its extraordinary colour

Birds are drawn to the blue berries of the tropical Pollia condensata plant; scientists are just as intrigued with the small shiny fruits. A recent study shows that the berries are more intensely reflective than any other living thing.

Bloom for June 27, 2012: calico monkey flower (Mimulus pictus). Photo by Annie Hayes

Check out this cute & uncommon little California “Monkey Flower”! It’s found only in the southernmost Sierra Nevada foothills alongside the Tehachapi Mountains, growing in woodlands & open rocky areas. Adorable five-lobed flowers with intricately veined w

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