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    Re: AW: What flowers do you like best?

    Quote Originally Posted by Valkyrie
    Bouganvillea says nothing to me, sorry.
    Here is what Weg was talking about.






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    Re: AW: What flowers do you like best?

    Quote Originally Posted by Jennifer
    Here is what Weg was talking about.
    Indeed. Courtesy of "Monsieur le chevalier de Bougainville" who brought it back from Brazil.

    Orange Bougainvillea.





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    Hepatica nobilis (don't know the English name)...I cannot wait until the forest is covered in these flowers!




    Myosotis sylvatica




    Bluebells




    Lupinus polyphyllus

    'Well, what are you?" said the Pigeon. "I can see you're trying to invent something!" "I-I'm a little girl," said Alice, rather doubtfully. She found herself at last in a beautiful garden, among the bright flower-beds and the cool fountains.



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    Quote Originally Posted by Alice View Post
    Myosotis sylvatica


    Forget-me-not?

    I like most flowers, but now I'll post some in tune with the above post!

    More spring flowers!

    Viola odorata or 'sweet violet', sometimes also called 'wood violet':







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    I've heard that Viola odorata is eatable (I found some recipes of deserts), but I never ate it... I love it's scent!


    Crocus:

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    I love to see flowers and snow!!!

    The classical snowdrop (Galanthus):

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    Narcissus
    , from which my favourite subspecies is Narcissus poeticus:

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    In Norwegian Narcissus pseudonarcissus is called Pĺskelilje and you can see it all around in the spring! So lovely!

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    Die Farben duften frisch und grün... Lieblich haucht der Wind um mich.

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    Spring pasqueflower, arctic violet, lady of the snows (Pulsatilla vernalis)




    Eastern pasqueflower, prairie crocus, cutleaf anemone (Pulsatilla patens)




    Both are very rare and protected flowers (no rights to pick or move them) ... the first one exists only around lake Saimaa, the second one only in Salpauselkä (=extensive ridge system left by the ice age in Southern Finland).

    Both are pure relic flowers from last ice age .... they ''should'' grow somewhere in Siberia today. They are also one of the first flowering flowers here after winter.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Víđálfr View Post
    Forget-me-not?
    He he, yes!

    Blue gentian (gentiana pneumonanthe)





    Harebells, or Scots bluebells (Campanula rotundifolia):



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    Double hibiscus






    Hyacinth (I love their scent)




    And daffodils, crocuses, sunflowers, tulips, and pink roses.

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