One Year of Images from this area of Mendocino County, California
That's quite a spectacular plant. Do the wild and cultivated versions look the same?
You can buy them looking just like this at the nursery (or at least I can). I think there is some variation in the degree of pinkness, and this is on the whiter end of the scale. I read on Wikipedia that these have been used in the development of deciduous hybrids such as the Exbury varieties created in England.
This is what I call beautiful flower shot! Well done.
Thank you Benjamin and iBlowfish! I caught a cloudy day when, luckily, the white didn't saturate on me.
My azalea came and went long ago. These are lovely. Azaleas and hydrangeas are some of my favorite flowers.
Elaine, Beautiful. Congratulations on the great shot and growing a lovely flower.
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