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  1. Winnie Nielsen says:

    More beautiful flowers this morning to enjoy. Are they a member of the Lily family?

    Happy Mother’s Day , MaryJane!!

    • MaryJane says:

      It’s commonly called a Fawn Lily or Glacier Lily or Avalanche Lily. We have them all over in the woods this time of year, especially in our plum pit. I call it a Fawn Lily because our favorite botanist from Mtn. Rose Herbs has a business called Fawn Lily and I swear by her products.
      http://www.fawnlilybotanica.com/

      https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Erythronium_grandiflorum

      • Winnie Nielsen says:

        Thanks MaryJane! I just looked up both links. Your wooden areas must be gorgeous with these Fawn Lily’s about everywhere.I can just imagine the Plum Pit dressed out in it’s May Day finest!
        I am going to take a careful look at the Fawn Lily product site as it sounds very interesting with many useful and lovely products.

        Hope you are having a wonderful Mother’s Day. Oh and I wanted to congratulate you on the new Cast Iron skillet cookbook!! Oh my, I can’t wait to get a copy and carefully read every page. I know it is going to be wonderful just like all of your other books!

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