Saturday, 11 June 2016

More Flowers

Common Comfrey (Symphytum oficinale)

Seen here in a variety of colours this perennial herb grows in damp grassy places.






Lady's Smock. (Cuckoo Flower) (Cardamine pratensis)




Herb Robert. (Geranium robertianum)




Yellow 'Flag' Iris. (Iris posedacorus)






21 comments:

  1. Beautiful work Roy on these images. I hope you have a great weekend.

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  2. Hey Roy... Love your header, so cute those little ones.
    The Comfrey is lovely and I didn't know there where different colors. I have the purple here.
    It is a lovely time of year, so much beauty to capture, which you do very well.

    Grace

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  3. Beautiful florals. great series.

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  4. Lovely set Roy. Can't beat wildflowers.

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    1. Thanks Keith, yes they are always nice to see.

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  5. Iiris on hieno kukka. On hienon näköistä, kun niitä kasvaa paljon samassa kohdassa.

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  6. These are the wild flowers that I may see you.
    Beautiful pictures and beautiful shapes and colors.

    Greetings, Helma

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  7. Comfrey is very popular with the bees along the river where I run!

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    1. They are more common than I thought Simon.

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  8. Lovely set of pictures, I have the Herb Robert and the Yellow Flag Iris in my garden. The Herb Robert I bought a few years ago from my local garden centre and it has spread around the garden, they are great for very shady areas of the garden.

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    1. Thanks Lyn, yes they are lovely little flowers and you can find them just about everywhere.

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  9. There are so many lovely wild flowers atbthis time of the year. Cardamine pratensis or Mayflower as I've always known it as is a favourite of mine as I associate very closely with my childhood. Very nice photos as always.

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  10. Great photos of these June flowers - all growing in my garden, except cuckoo flower, which seems to be growing everywhere else (but sadly not here)

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  11. I enjoy seeing what wildflowers you have there. In my area, it was all settled by the British and we have amazing gardens in parts of our city from them. In our old house, the backyard was full of comfrey. It can be used as a poultice. At some time it was used to be taken internally for various ailments,but they are now saying it cannot be used internally, only externally.

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    1. We have a lot to answer for Nora.{:))

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