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Mountain Laurel, Hartshorne Woods
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The Mountain Laurel produces the most delicate lace like flowers for two or three weeks around in late May to early June each year. This year has seen an explosion of flowers filling some areas of Hartshorne Woods with a profusion that is a wonder to behold. One of the benefits of the many days of rain this Spring.

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更新: 10/09/2014
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