Oak Bay’s Britt Swoveland captured these White Fawn Lilies - Erythronium oregonum - this weekend. ‘The Oak Bay Native Plant Gaden is really beautiful right now,’ she said. ‘The volunteers have done an incredible job preparing the garden for spring and summer.’ Send your reader photos to editor@oakbaynews.com. (Britt Swoveland photo)

Reader photos: Lilies shine in Oak Bay Native Plant Garden

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Oak Bay’s Britt Swoveland captured these White Fawn Lilies – Erythronium oregonum – this weekend.

“The Oak Bay Native Plant Garden is really beautiful right now,” she said. “The volunteers have done an incredible job preparing the garden for spring and summer.”


 

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