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    Orchids at 2000m Doi Sam Muan Huai Nam Dang NP






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    Unbelievable, how the flowers sometimes can catch up. (And this flower I tried some time ago to set up in soi in front of the gate, no success.)



    In a pump room of swimming pool:



    BTW, somebody knows the name?



    Here again, another curious example - the only yellow color in my garden (rather jungle than a garden). So it looks in the morning:



    And the same plant in the evening:


    Somebody knows the name?

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    The first flower is a periwinkle.

    Second one, I have no idea. They pop up in my yard by the dozens this time of year and I pull them. Weeds?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Klondyke
    Somebody knows the name?
    Possibly of this family.
    Potentilla recta

    Do I win owt?



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    Quote Originally Posted by Pragmatic View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Klondyke
    Somebody knows the name?
    Possibly of this family.
    Potentilla recta

    Do I win owt?
    No idea what owt stands for.

    https://www.internetslang.com/OWT-me...definition.asp
    The Meaning of OWT
    OWT means "Anything"
    So now you know - OWT means "Anything" - don't thank us. YW!

    What does OWT mean? OWT is an acronym, abbreviation or slang word that is explained above where the OWT definition is given.


    Thanks to you two, anyway...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pragmatic
    Possibly of this family.
    Potentilla recta
    Wondering whether the name has some hidden meaning: Potent (mighty) in Rectum?

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    Havent been taking many wild flower photos lately must get some more.


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    A couple of pics taken last month up north, no idea what they're called..




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    these pop up at least 4 times a year and almost simultaneously. One day they are nowhere and the next day it's like a carpet.

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    Lotus on the way to work this morning..
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    Wild petunia

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    Quote Originally Posted by misskit View Post
    The first flower is a periwinkle.
    And very hardy regardless of their delicate appearance.
    Spread quite quickly.

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    Small Orchids growing on a rock at Phu Ruea NP.



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