Tuesday, June 7, 2016

Lily blooms adorn Gardens by the Bay

My Paper, Tuesday, June 07, 2016, Page A1, Top Stories,
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Exotic lily blooms at Gardens by the Bay's first lily exhibition
PHOTO: Exotic lily blooms at Gardens by the Bay's first lily exhibition
ST PHOTO: KUA CHEE SIONG
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A woman takes a selfie among the exotic lily blooms at Gardens by the Bay's first lily exhibition. Lilytopia, which opened on Saturday, features more than 40 varieties of the flower sourced from around the world, including the large trumpet lily.
By mypaper, myp@sph.com.sg, Jun 07, 2016


Manitoba Morning Novelty Lily

PHOTO: Manitoba Morning Novelty Lily - zone 3, grows to 36" high, needs full sun :: Care Inspire Grow
Picture posted by Julia Dimakos
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Lilia Volkova

PHOTO: Lilia Volkova
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Wetterhorn Paintbrush


PHOTO: Wetterhorn Paintbrush
San Juan Mountains, Colorado
Picture posted by Jack Brauer, website by WideRange Galleries.
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Cylindropuntia imbricata.

PHOTO: Cylindropuntia imbricata.  Synonym: Opuntia imbricata.  (Cane Cholla)
Cactaceae (Cactus Family) 
In the Four Corners area these tall and spreading Cacti are uncommon; they are found in just a few locations in southwestern Colorado near Pagosa Springs, one location in the very southeast corner of Utah near Hovenweep National Monument, none in Arizona, and a few locations in the Four Corners area of New Mexico. They are very common in central and southern New Mexico and eastern Colorado.
Main branches are stout and thick, spines are numerous but do not obscure the main branch, and flowers are large, numerous, and attractive.  The plants thrive on hot areas of sand, rock, and grasslands where they commonly grow four to seven feet tall and four feet wide.
Semi-deserts. Sandy, rocky openings and grasslands. Summer.
BLM lands near Hovenweep National Monument, Utah, June 11, 2007.
Picture posted by John Kartesz, Floristic Synthesis of North America

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