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Not-So-Wild Columbine

Aquilegia canadensis (wild columbine): it takes me back to my undergraduate thesis days of tromping through the woods all over Williamston, MA and surveying the plants.  Whenever I ran across columbine, it would be clustered around limestone outcroppings (high pH!).  Today, on the other hand, I found it next to the MIT athletic complex.

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