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 I forgot that these were still in my camera. Houstonia caerulea. They are known locally as Quaker Ladies. They come up in acidic woodland soil in the early spring, before most anything else, and are gone by the summer.

The Azaleas will flower any day now, then the Mountain Laurel, then the Dogwood trees. The Quaker Ladies bloom before all of those.
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