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Plant Bagging

 
Plant Bagging

Page Type: Album

Object Title: Plant Bagging

 

Page By: theronmoon

Created/Edited: Jul 27, 2007 / Jul 27, 2007

Object ID: 316732

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I spend the majority of my life outdoors working with plants. Sometimes I am paid to travel all over the state of California to locate and collect native plants. When I'm not working I usually go hiking or biking and come across once again more plants. So this a private album for my plant oriented travels.
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KerstinInteresting album!

Kerstin

Voted 10/10

Sounds like you have a neat job! I like this album, because as a horticulturist and native plant enthusiast, I'm always on the lookout for unusual plants--especially ones that are variegated. I too have found albino redwood. The most interesting variegated native plant I've come across is variegated Trillium ovatum.
Posted Aug 25, 2007 3:50 pm

theronmoonRe: Interesting album!

theronmoon

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Thanks for stopping by! I have never seen a variegated Trillium ovatum, that would be a very cool plant to see. All my plant friends think I'm crazy for loving and collecting varigated plants, their just so unique.
Posted Aug 25, 2007 4:18 pm

135driverMmm. Trillium

135driver

Voted 10/10

I lived off of trillium and ants for a week in Washington. I heard somewhere that picking trillium ovatum was illegal, but I had to eat something. Good stuff. I only wish I knew what variegated meant. I'm not a smart man.
Posted Nov 12, 2007 5:06 am

BobD3nice work-

Voted 10/10

and great pictures too!
It may be helpful to date the pictures so one know what time of year to seek these out.
Cheers, Bob

Posted Jan 19, 2013 9:57 pm

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