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(White Milkweed)
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Asclepias variegata<br>(<i>White Milkweed</i>)

Asclepias variegata
(White Milkweed)

Kingston Springs, TN

Erect stout (almost looks woody) single branched
perennial in the 1'-3' range. The 3" to 5" ovate
to oblong opposite leaves have ruffled edges. One
to four compact terminal umble blooms look like
tight globes with white flowers and an external
purple ring around the middle of each individual
bloom of the umble cluster. Found blooming in
Middle TN May - June in upland woods and margins.

Canon EOS 30D ,Canon EF 100mm f/2.8 Macro
1/100s f/11.0 at 100.0mm iso200 full exif

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Al Chesworth31-May-2008 20:35
Beautiful shots and nicely put together.
Excellent method of presentation.
Brian McAllister30-May-2008 05:59
Okay, ...this stuff has "Book" written all over it.
Please let us know when it is published.
Nancy Good30-May-2008 02:55
Very nicely done. That's why I keep you in my "favorites!" V
Guest 29-May-2008 21:58
V Realllly nice.
shatterbug29-May-2008 20:53
Excellent...this whole series is very professionally done!
faye white29-May-2008 17:08
nature's amazing details!
Steve Morris29-May-2008 16:57
Wow Scott - awesome presentation the different POVs - I really like the drop shadow use! V
Linda Matta29-May-2008 16:45
Excellent tryptic Scott, I especially like the details in the centre shot. WOW!
Carole Stevens29-May-2008 16:23
Beautifully captured in all 3 images, I would definitely buy a book of these explaining the whole plants!
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