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« Getting Ready for Spring | Main | Computer Dating for Zoos »

March 18, 2006

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Karren Platt
The black succulent is one of the most well known of black plants, called Aeonium 'Zwartkop'. Its flowers are yellow. Grows outside in places like California, it's a north African native. The blue flowers are an Iris, possibly I. unguicularis or reticulata.
Elaine
Lovely. Are these taken with the macro shot?

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