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Monday, September 1, 2014

Flowers, Hepatica. Sirkka Jalava

Hepatica - one of the first wild flowers in the spring, in bloom in mars - april depending of how early the snow is melting and how the weather is, temperature a s o. Hepatica is very welcome  with its beautiful blue flowers in the springtime! 


12 comments:

  1. What beautiful flowers! Welcome, spring! (it's spring here in Australia)

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    1. jaguarish, oh you can enjoy all that the spring includes now! And we are going to a darker period now, to autumn and winter so slowly! it is very interesting. Do you have any spring flowers there in Australia? If there are you could perhaps sketch some of them?

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    2. Good suggestion, Sirkka! I'll have to seek out some of those blossoming now. The weather here turns very quickly from winter (not very cold) to summer with only a brief pause for spring that is only noticed by people with allergies. :) It's actually confusing for plants here as they get transplanted from all over the world. Some of them continue to follow northern hemisphere cycles while others do follow the southern hemisphere seasons.

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    1. Thank you sparkle! We desire after these flowers every spring time!

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  3. Lovely capture, I can see them peeking out of the snow!

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    1. Sandee, there is now green gras yet, only brown ground after the snow. Thank you!

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  4. So pretty with the brown background! It pops right off the page just as it pops up to announce spring has sprung! (arrived!)

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    1. I can say that the background makes the blue flower to shine even more! Thank you, Lynn.

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    1. Ann, pretty and beloved:) Thank you.

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  6. I love flowers like this that peek out when the snow is finally over. Lovely job on this!

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