Greetings! I'm looking for any high-res pictures of these specific flowers shown here in the landscape orientation. Pictures of other flowers are welcome as long as they are in landscape.
mountain laurel? i though that was sophoria secundiflora; that pic looks more like viburnum, op.
>>7972663Where I live has tons of this but it's too early for it to be in bloom. Maybe if this thread still exists in several weeks I'll check back.
Full-sized version is 11 megabytes:https://files.catbox.moe/z9d9vj.jpg
Full-sized version is 8 megabytes:https://files.catbox.moe/8bynuk.jpg
Full-sized version is 8 megabytes:https://files.catbox.moe/mdreql.jpeg
Full-sized version is 8 megabytes:https://files.catbox.moe/q9bgtk.jpg
>>7972663Kalmia Latifolia.These are native in the Middle Atlantic states of the USA. They are to be found in woodland shade, preferably in peaty, somewhat acidic soil. They like the north (shadiest) side of hills under a forest canopy. They bloom mid to late May. The flowers are real eye-catchers, but the scent is very faint.In the wild, form & habit are irregular, leggy. Older specimens can be quite open. Blooms on wild plants tend to be white, sometimes light pink. Foliage is evergreen.These can take sub-zero winter low temperatures and still look great in spring.