Sunday, 8 May 2011

Mosaic Monday: Wood Anemone

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The Wood Anemone (Anemone Nemorosa) is probably more closely associated with Swedish spring than any other wild flower.

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9 comments:

  1. This is a superb show. Is that your toe I see? Better than nettles and bracken.

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  2. what a glorious show of flowers spreading through the trees. Just lovely.
    Thank you, take care, and have a wonderful week.

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  3. Mosaic Magic! that is what you should call this one. Ginny is having internet problems for the past two days, just so you dont think she is missing in action

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  4. Det är verkligen ljuvligt när vitsipporna blommar. Vår bästa tid är nu! Det är väl snart dags för rhododendron och azaleorna i Annelundsparken att att slå ut? Får nog ta min en tur till Borås då. Det brukar vara sagolikt vackert. Och pionblomningen där är också underbar....

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  5. It's wonderful to see it blanketing the woodland floor that way! So lovely!

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  6. Adrian - Yes that is my toe ;) I don't usually go barefoot in the woods but then this is not really the woods, just a step or two off a footpath on the outskirts of town.

    Sandra - thanks for the info.

    Ing-Marie - jag har inte sett några azaleor eller rhododendron i blom än, men man vet aldrig riktigt med våren, hur fort det går...!

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  7. Wow! Masses of anemones like I have never before seen! Thanks for the beautiful mosaic!

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  8. Oh how lovely!! I can picture fairies dancing among them!! This is one case where I like the full effect of a field better than one macro.

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  9. I've never seen anything like this....so beautiful!

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