Wildflowers you may know

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  1. Hoosier Sasquatch

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    I worked hard on this, and took all the pictures myself. The Title is "Indiana Wildflowers" but most if not all of these can be seen in Kentucky as well. You guys have appreciated similar efforts of mine in the past, so for your enjoyment:

     
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  2. Ataulbe1

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    This is great. Thanks for sharing
     
  3. Hoosier Sasquatch

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    Thank you so much! I am always a little worried that such things aren't "huntin' enuff" for the category but I'm relieved to see that many of you appreciate my "not-quite -huntin-but-still-outdoorsey" videos. They don't seem to resonate on my "Home" hunting forum.
     
  4. INKYHUNTER

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    One reason I enjoy spring turkey hunting.
     
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  5. barney

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    I appreciate your work. Thanks!

    A yellow Lady's slipper, or Iris in the mix would have been nice..:)
     
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    Lady slipper might be doable, but come to think of it I don't think I've run across what I know to be a wild iris. A goal!
     
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  7. barney

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    Sorry.. I should have said dwarf crested iris. They do grow wild in the woods, though.:)
     
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  8. Coot_Meurer

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    Very nice slide show. Not wasted on us, I enjoy wild flowers and consider some to be part of certain seasons. In the Deep South wild azaleas and turkey season go together - and it is a beautiful thing.

    As to your search for Iris, they are usually found in bogs or at the edge of slow moving rivers, with their "feet" wet. Very very common in the south, but you should still be in their range.
     
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  9. Hoosier Sasquatch

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    Thanks! I shall be looking!
     
  10. bondhu

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    Great slide show. Thanks for sharing
     
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  11. Recurve77

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    Thanks so much for sharing. Got me out of my winter blahs for awhile!
     
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  12. EC

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    Thanks for your work on this. I'd like to know more about this "stuff" so I appreciate your efforts.
     
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    AB581702-C04C-4021-8934-BFB4C8676174.jpeg Mammoth Cave area last spring.
     
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  14. Hoosier Sasquatch

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    My most favorite time of the year!
     
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