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June 14, 2013

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Lisa J

It's our state flower. They are so lovely. I've only ever seen one in the wild, in a boggy area at Kathio park near the reservation. Thanks for sharing these.

Caitlin

Beautiful story. There is a special spot near our cottage where they are secretly growing. The peninsula burned to the ground in the 60's and the only trees that have grown back are birch, with lady's slippers at their feet.

kerry

I saw some here about 2 months ago (on the Coast) and I think they're different than yours.The ones here are an orchid. Here's a link to my post if you like http://farmlass.blogspot.ca/2013/04/east-sooke-park-and-all-pretty-little.html . I love the story and will look at them differently now. Lovely little things aren't they? I'm glad you talk about how fragile they are. It's so important to their ecology. Cheers.

Rendell

Beautiful! I love your knowledge of the flowers and your gift of telling the stories that surround them.

Cheryl

That's an interesting flower. I've never seen one before.

Joanie

I love your stories rooted in nature.
Beautiful flowers.
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Geninne

Beautiful story and images to go with it :)

Elena

Beautiful flower and story!

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