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Discussion in 'Plants and Biodiversity Stumpers' started by Lila Pereszke, Mar 24, 2010.
Hm, or a "Hairy and easy stumper"... ?
Lila, do you have a salt water aquarium? Give us a clue ie. land or sea.
No, unfortunately I don't have an aquarium... :)
Ok, this is the original pic:
Oh nooo... :( Any idea?
It's a beautiful native (and protected) wildflower... and it's really very hairy!!! :)
Pulsatilla, maybe Pulsatilla pratensis subsp. hungarica or P. grandis ?
YES! P. grandis!!! (P. pratensis subsp. hungarica = P. flavescens is a bit different: http://www.carpathianbasinspecies.eu/2_Vascular_Plant_-_Tracheophyta/Species/Pulsatilla_flavescens/index.html)
Beautiful flower, thanks for showing it to us. Haven't seen that species over here.
That is an amazing flower!!!
fantastic photos of a really hairy plant. We do not have Pulsatilla in Portugal, but once I was lucky to see Pulsatilla vulgaris growing wild in England. I have never been very successful when I have tried to grow any Pulsatillas in my garden - which is a pity as they are such wonderful flowers.
Bonus stumper for Pulsatilla-fans: these are the neighbours/best friends :))) of the Pulsatilla above, but what plants are they? :) (They are also typical grassland flowers in my area in march/april.)
#1 -- Adonis ?
Yes! :) Adonis vernalis (+ Carex humilis and a tiny Erophila verna)