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Old 10-08-2017, 05:33 PM
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In situ, Schuylkill county PA. About a 5 minute walk from home!
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That is seriously beautiful foliage, lucky you having that on your doorstep- with luck you might get them in your garden too.
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It seems you're now living in the right place!
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Salixx? posted on those awhile back, yours looks like a fine example!
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The difference between the two clumps is greater than the pics show. The one is really white!
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As Jcec1 said, beautiful foliage. Have you ever been able to get a photo of them in bloom?
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As Jcec1 said, beautiful foliage. Have you ever been able to get a photo of them in bloom?
I just moved into the area, and this year's bloom was long past. I did find a few seed pods which I scattered mostly around the parent plants. I did keep it in my hand for quite a while, tapping it as I walked.

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After I have my first dinner of fresh caught brook trout, find my first Cypripedium acaule and timber rattlesnake, I'll have nothing left to argue against you with!
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Love the “rattlesnake plantain”—thanks for sharing.
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