Photography credit: Jon B., MG since 1996
That is just beautiful! I would love to know what kind of flower it is. Probably won’t grow in southern California but I am curious.
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Our MG photographer, Jon, tells me it is a bloodroot – Sanguinaria canadensis. It is a small spring perennial, part of the poppy family, grows in zones 3-8, with its history tracing back to the Native Americans.
Thanks for the info. It really is pretty. We’re in Zone 10b so probably too hot! So extra thank you for the photo!
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