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Pansy flower surviving Canadian winter
A photo of a pansy in April 2021, having gone dormant over winter, and then reviving in the spring.
|Barrie, Rosids, Canada, Violaceae, Viola, Plantae, Malpighiales, Pansy, Viola tricolor, Ontario,
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|Learn about flowers (Flowers Canada)
|Founded in 1897, Flowers Canada is the Voice of the Canadian Floriculture Industry. Flowers Canada is a not-for-profit association whose members represent retailers, distributors, growers, educators and associates.
|The year 2011 at Wikipedia
|from site: 2011 (MMXI) was a common year that started on a Saturday in the Gregorian calendar. It was the 2011th year of the Common Era (CE) and Anno Domini (AD) designations; the 11th year of the 3rd millennium and of the 21st century; and the 2nd of the 2010s.
|City of Barrie Web Site
|Official web site for The Corporation of the City of Barrie.
|Canada - Wikipedia
|Government of Canada Site
|Official web site for the Government of Canada.
|Erythronium on Wikipedia
|from site: is a genus of 20-30 species of spring-flowering perennial plants with long, tooth-like bulbs and attractive pendant flowers, native to forest and meadow in temperate regions of the Northern Hemisphere.
|Government of Ontario, Canada
|Official Governtment site for the province of Ontario.
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|Erythronium americanum on Wikipedia
|from site: Erythronium americanum (Trout lily, Yellow trout lily) is a herbaceous flowering plant in the family Liliaceae. The common name Trout lily arises from the appearance of its mottled, colored leaves which allegedly resemble the coloring of brook trout. It blooms in early spring with yellow flowers tinged with red. Trout lilies grow in colonies that can be up to 300 years old.
|Trout Lilly at Wild About Gardening
|This early bloomer appears briefly in the spring, often before all the snow and ice has left the ground. It is a common wildflower of eastern Canada’s deciduous — and sometimes mixed — woods but can adapt to partially shaded areas of many gardens.
|Trout Lilly at Wildflowers Ontario
|from site: The Trout Lily or Adder's Tongue is composed of a delicate yellow bell-shaped flower nestled between two mottled basal leaves. It can easily be confused with the common Bellwort but the leaves are of a different arrangement. It is found in open woodlands and low lying areas but not open fields. Often found in the same area as Trillium and Mayapple.
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