Saturday, 28 March 2015

Wild Spring Flowers

Some of the wild Spring flowers coming out in flower now for us to enjoy.
All of these flower around the same time, but the Bluebell is just coming into bud in only a few places and its only just a few buds amongst the mass of plants observed.

Primrose



Common Violet (Viola ordorata)



Lesser Celandine




 White version of Common Violet (Viola ordorata) 



Wood Anemone






Bluebell



30 comments:

  1. I think Roy, you must have been on your kneews to get these beautiful images of these spring flowers. Have a lovely weekend.

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    1. Thanks Margaret. I have 'flippy' back screens on the Sony cameras.{:))

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  2. Are your bluebells Spanish or Native? The flowers seem to be sticking out at all angles. You've got pretty much the same as me, only I don't have any woods to see wood anemone in!

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    1. Native Simon. Woodland with anemones growing are generally quite ancient.

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  3. Lovely flowers Roy, at the zoo they have wonderful gardens and wild areas and I noticed the bluebells just starting to appear.

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  4. heerlijk eigenlijk gaat er niets boven de wilde bloemen.

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  5. I just got back to New England. It is...you guessed it...snowing! I think that we will see our crocus blossoms sometime in June this year.

    I'm going to move to England where the weather is a bit balmier.

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    1. You have certainly had more than your fair share of bad weather this year Steve.

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  6. Hey Roy.. I hope you know your killing me with these stunning wild flower photos while there is still snow
    to melt here ; )
    Bluebells already.."wow"!! The white violet with the purple is a stunner.!!!

    Thanks for sharing these gorgeous beauties !

    Grace

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    1. Thanks GG, sorry about the snow.{:))

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  7. The beauty of spring so well photographed!
    What a lovely post, Roy!
    Many thanks for kind words, a much needed comfort :)
    Dull days follow one another and the sun seems gone for ever here!!
    I wish a happy new week and many great photo opportunities, keep well

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    1. Thanks Noushka.
      We are getting strong winds at the moment,which is keeping the temperature down and the Butterflies hidden away.

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  8. Wonderful spring flowers! I love the anemones. They usually bloom around Mother's Day here. Today it's snowing again.

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    1. Thanks Gunilla, sorry about the snow,

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  9. Beautifully these beautiful summer flowers.
    The time is here again and that is enjoying very many colors.
    Beautiful photos!

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    1. Thanks Helma. Yes the time is here again.{:))

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  10. Beautiful flowers, Roy. I like especially the Wood Anemones, it seems there were many in the place where you took the photos!

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    1. Thanks Petra, yes that woodland floor will be covered in them shortly.
      You will only see this in ancient woodland.

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  11. Hello. Your works is Superb.
    Greetings from Japan. ruma

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  12. Lovely images Roy, it is so lovely to see the wild flowers again.

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  13. So many different kinds of flowers... that is why I love Spring, to take photos...
    My favorite is the Wood Anemone. We don't see them here... they are beautiful!!!
    Great sequence of images...

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  14. Gosh the bluebell is early! I have big clumps of leaves so far. Love all the floral shots, and I know how hard celandine is to photograph without getting blown out shiny bits, but then I know you are an amazing photographer! :-)

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    1. Thanks Mandy you are too kind.
      I had search for that Bluebell, it was only one amongst many thousands of green leaf plants.

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