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Wednesday, 22 February 2012

Carmine's winter flowers, No. 5

A warm and sunny day today which saw us out on the little piazza by the church, soaking up the rays. The snow on the sentiero is almost gone, and the water supply is back in action.



Another of Carmine's winter flowers - one I haven't seen before, and one I can't name. Anyone?

5 comments:

Blissed-Out Grandma said...

It's lovely. I wonder what it is.

chrysalis said...

Don't know this one, Louise. Lovely picture though and I am glad you are back to normal with water and white goods!

LindyLouMac in Italy said...

It may be Queen Annes Lace Louise, I know it says it is a summer wild flower but it does also say it has a pink tinge when opening in this article, interesting.
http://www.flowersociety.org/queen-annes-lace-plant-study.html

Karin said...

My first thought was Queen Anne's Lace and then I saw LindyLouMac had the same idea! Seems to me that folks have said it was more a weed than wild flower - can't remember. I love them though!

Travel Packages blog | Travel Deals blog said...

I love Natural beauty.

Wednesday, 22 February 2012

Carmine's winter flowers, No. 5

A warm and sunny day today which saw us out on the little piazza by the church, soaking up the rays. The snow on the sentiero is almost gone, and the water supply is back in action.



Another of Carmine's winter flowers - one I haven't seen before, and one I can't name. Anyone?

5 comments:

Blissed-Out Grandma said...

It's lovely. I wonder what it is.

chrysalis said...

Don't know this one, Louise. Lovely picture though and I am glad you are back to normal with water and white goods!

LindyLouMac in Italy said...

It may be Queen Annes Lace Louise, I know it says it is a summer wild flower but it does also say it has a pink tinge when opening in this article, interesting.
http://www.flowersociety.org/queen-annes-lace-plant-study.html

Karin said...

My first thought was Queen Anne's Lace and then I saw LindyLouMac had the same idea! Seems to me that folks have said it was more a weed than wild flower - can't remember. I love them though!

Travel Packages blog | Travel Deals blog said...

I love Natural beauty.