09 April 2015

Crocuses and more






Crocuses


Wood anemone (anemone nemorosa)


Hepatica (hepatica nobilis)


Crocuses blooming and anemones starting to
come up in Margareteberg 6.4.2015.

The first hepatica buds in Lähderanta 22.3.2015.

I'm linking to
Floral Friday Fotos
Today's Flowers

http://floralfridayfoto.blogspot.fi/2015/04/fff177-easter-cactus.html



48 comments:

  1. Selvästi jo lupaus kesästä! :) Mahtavat värit!! Olisipa meilläkin viikonloppuna auringonpaistetta ja lämmintä.

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    1. Kiitos, Tillariina! Tänään pitäisi ainakin meilläpäin olla hyvät ulkoilukelit, huomenna pitäisi taas sataa. Mukavaa viikonloppua!

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  2. The crocuses are lovely.
    Happy spring!

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  3. Nuce to see the color! Tom The Backroads Traveller

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  4. Gorgeous shots! Happy Spring!

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  5. Some lovely colour at last Gunilla.
    Super images.

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    1. Thank you, Roy! It's lovely to finally have some flowers.

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  6. Such a beautiful sign of spring.

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  7. Your crocus photos are lovely!

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  8. A favorite flower, G


    ALOHA from Honolulu,
    ComfortSpiral
    =^..^=

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  9. Beautiful crocuses, Gunilla.
    Lovely to see, spring is really everywhere.

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    1. Thank you, Irma! I'm so happy that we have flowers again.

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  10. Really great this clock dinosaurs but also your last picture of the emerging Hepatica is wonderful to see:-)

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  11. Oh the early spring flowers...such beauty.

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    1. Thank you, Donna! They're always lovely to see after the long winter.

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  12. Visst är våren en härlig tid! Så fina, skira vårkrokus och anemonr Ha ett fint veckoslut.

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    1. Tack så mycket, Ingmarie! Ha ett skönt veckoslut.

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  13. Hello Gunilla, I love the pretty crocuses. Lovely photos...

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  14. Krokus och blåsippor, då är det vår. Fina bilder.
    Ha en skön helg!

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    1. Tusen tack, Marika! Ha ett trevligt veckoslut.

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  15. A sure sign of spring! They are a treat to see after a long winter. Beautiful photos, Gunilla.

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    1. Thank you, Christa! They're a joy to see every spring.

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  16. Hvilken herlig vårstemning på gang. Krokus i full blomst og blåveisen på vei:)
    Ha en fin helg.
    Jannicke

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    1. Tack ska du ha, Jannicke! Ha en skön helg!

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  17. Underbara bilder på dessa ljuvliga vårblommor!

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  18. Heisann!
    Det er noe pesielt med krokus. Med dem kommer vårfornemmelsen. Nå har de stått en stund og jobben er gjort. De er en fryd for øyet så lenge det varer.
    Ha en fin søndag ;:OD)

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    1. Tack ska du ha! Det varar tyvärr inte så länge. Allt går med fart nu när det börjar bli varmare. Ha en bra söndag.

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  19. Just beautiful...some really lovely spring offerings!

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  20. I am so happy I did not miss seeing these Gunilla, they are gorgeous. Thank you for being such a good friend to Today's Flowers :)

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    1. Thank you very much, Denise! Have a great day.

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  21. I love crocuses and the damage that has already overblown. :)

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  22. Those crocuses are stunning, Gunilla! I have just planted a large number of anemone corms in our garden in preparation for Spring later this year. We don't see hepaticas here in Australia and they are such lovely flowers...
    Many thanks for participating in Floral Friday Fotos, I look forward to your contribution in this week's edition!

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    1. Thank you, Nick! The wood anemones and hepaticas are my favorites of the wild spring flowers.

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  23. These are wonderful pictures of these beautiful spring flowers, Gunilla!!!
    I like the pretty coloured crocusses very much and I love the tenderness and the beauty in the last two photos! The wood anemone looks like a tiny charakter, which protects the head with arms :)

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