Colour Reset, 2018

Winterthur, DE, Feb 2016

Winterthur, Delaware, February 2016.  Photo taken by Mark Detwiler, a fellow traveler in these natural realms.

 

Below a partial view of flowering plants at Winterthur in late April and very early May 2018. 

 

 

 

Spirea

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DSC00650DSC00684 Bridal wreath spirea below flowers of a Wilson pearlbush

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Korean Spice Viburnum, fragrant

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DSC00503DSC00508A Korean spice viburnum hidden from the pathway by evergreens which it envelops with fragrance

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The immature flower of the Chinese snowball viburnum (Viburnum Macrocephalum ‘Sterile’) which, in my memory, also turns white

 

DSC00916The flower of a  Fragrant Snowball (Viburnum X. Carlcephalum)

 

 

Saucer Magnolia (Magnolia Soulangiana)

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DSC00519DSC00517A saucer magnolia framed by a Norway spruce 

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Wilson Pearlbush (Exochorda Gilbertii, Rosaceae)  

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Kerria Japonica cultivar, Rosaceae

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Flowering Almond  (Prunus Triloba, Rosaceae)

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Fothergilla (Fothergilla Gardenii), native, fragrant and without petals

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Yellow flowering magnolia cultivar

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