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Flower of the Day – May 30, 2017 – Lilac

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Lilac from earlier this year.

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  1. “the lilacs and the lilycups.. those flowers made of light!!”
    You always remind me of my favourite childhood poems 😀

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  2. Pretty shot! 🙂 I love the smell of lilacs, but our lilac is a large tree and has much more delicate whispy bunches of flowers? I’ll probably have to wait for Spring down under to get a pic.

    love

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  3. My sister’s favorite flower. I’ve never seen one where the clumps are round before. Ours were always long and came to a point at the end.

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  4. My favorite flower! There is a monastery in North Guilford, CT. where I volunteer a few times a month in the gift shop. I spotted a beautiful lilac behind the walls and asked if I could clip some for the store. I was told that a groundskeeper would get me some. This is what he brought.

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