Red Columbine

Flowers of the northland!

These pictures were taken in Twig, MN at our house. The columbine is wild from the horse pasture, the gazania was in our vegetable garden and the flowering crab apple was in our backyard. Enjoy....

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Al Holter says ... on Friday, Jun 19 at 11:54 PM

When I was younger we used to call these "Honey Suckles". If you bite off the 4 small round ends they taste sweet. Very nice photos you have here. If you get time check out my gallery, -- - Best to you, Al

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