Wednesday, 3 May 2017

Q for Quantity

There is just so many flowers in the Teatralny Park! It's a lovely and quiet place. Also I have question, do you possibly know what kind of flowers are those? I was clueless and quickly decided to go on a quest and search the internet, but I coudn't find the answer. I'll sure be grateful if someone could tell me what these beauties are:) Thank you.
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28 comments:

  1. Wonderful choice for Q and beautiful floral photography ~ lovely ~ thanks,

    Happy Week to you ~ ^_^

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    1. It wasn't easy for me to find something for Q letter, but I managed.

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  2. nice "carpet". if you find out what's that flower, do tell :-). I have it among my photos as well and have no clue either.

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    1. is this our flower:?
      https://hr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kukurijek
      (it's in Croatian because of the photo)

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    2. I think Tom and Mascha are right. It's Anemone sylvestris or nemorosa... Anyway, thanks for your help and interest, Klara :-)

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  3. Am the worst with flower names, so I don't know which flowers they are. But a field of flowers like this I would love to see where I live:):) Thank you much for sharing this beauty with us at All Seasons! Have a lovely week:)

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    1. I love spring natural 'carpets'.

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  4. a wonderful sight for the eye. isn't t... proves that spring is there

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    1. We have spring... but only a few days with sun :(

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  5. it's true...how many flowers!
    bye Klara

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  6. Could they be some sort of scilla?

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    1. Thank you, William. I checked scilla. It looks like I posted pictures of scilla here:
      http://kolobrzegcountyphoto.blogspot.com/2017/04/spring-has-come.html?m=1
      I didn't know the blue ones are scilla, now I know, thank you. In this post, these are different flowers...

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  7. ...Klara, I believe that you have a quantity Anemone sylvestris (Wind Flower).

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    1. I think you are right! Thank you so much. You are winner!

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  8. I do believe they are quite beautiful!

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  9. I have no idea re the variety of flowers!

    ROG, ABCW

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    1. Because there are so many varietes of flowers in the world!

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  10. Beautiful images.
    Thanks for sharing at http://image-in-ing.blogspot.com/2017/05/down-to-jordan-river.html

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    1. Thank you for your visit and hosting Image-In-Ing.

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  11. Wow, what a lot of beauty!
    The white flowers looks like anemone nemorosa, the yellows could be ranunculus repens, I think.
    Thanks for joining in my Weekend Green. It opens every Friday in the morning, would be glad to see you back again.
    Greetings from cold rainy Germany

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    1. Thank you for your answer. I think you and Tom are right. Looks like anemone, either sylvestris or nemorosa. And thank you for naming yellow ones. That's very helpful :-):-):-)

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  12. Gorgeous, always a lovely sight in spring. Your flora questions already answered. I'll add that we call the white ones by their common name, wood anemones, and if seen in profusion it usually indicates an ancient woodland because they are slow spreading with creeping roots.

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    1. It means that our park is ancient! It is quite old, I must say.

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