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July 17, 2010

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Michelle

you take the most beautiful photos... I love seeing what you've seen throughout your day!!! tfs!!! {{hugs}} Michelle

MJ

Thank you for the compliment, Michelle!

Linda K. (Lynn K's wife!)

Hi MJ - The sbrub you posted is Cephalanthus occidentalis (Buttonbush) It is a Wisconsin native that grow 6-8' high with a spread of 6-8'. It is an excellent plant for moist to wet soils. Found in bottomland forests, wet meadows and stream banks. Fragrant flowers are borne in one inch diameter perfectly shaped globes. Fruit heads turn orangy red.

MJ

Thanks so much for your expertise, Linda. There are so many interesting plants along the Myrick Eco-trail.

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