“Lady’s Slippers were mentioned in your June enewsletter. They are quite common in northern Maine, especially the white ones. Pink ones are growing in my backyard in Oakland, where the threat to them is not picking by humans but eating by either squirrels, chipmunks, or deer, or maybe all three. Haven’t observed the violator(s) yet.” Photos taken last month by Paul Johnson, NRCM member from Oakland, Maine
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