Egret Flower Latin Name: Habenaria radiata Common Name: Egret Flower Exotic flowers of gleaming white, blooming in May-June. These plants are grown from small, pea- sized corms, but produce these exquisite flowers that look like exotic, fringed birds in flight. Guaranteed to bloom. Although they are hardy, protect in colder northern areas. Beautiful Flower, Wild Orchids, Nature, Habenaria Radiata, White Egrets, Egrets Orchids, Plants, Gardens, Birds
Forget Me Nots (Alaska State Flower) FYI: These seeds turn black and stick to everything. Thus they reseed themselves. I recommend that you pull them out of the ground and toss. I actually give plants away on craigslist every spring. Some people bring me plants in exchange.
Tacca integrifolia ... Several species are cultivated as ornamental plants for their bold foliage and large flowers. The well-known T. chantrieri goes by the names of Black Bat Flower, Bat-head Lily, Devil Flower or Cat's Whiskers.