Friday, April 7, 2017

Bluebells


Also spreading out across the forest floor next to the C&O Canal are Virginia Bluebells, another sure sign that spring has come. They're called Virginia Bluebells (Mertensia virginica), but they're actually native to all of eastern North America and this photo was taken in Maryland. 

17 comments:

  1. Lucky you. No flowers blooming here. Rain snow mix here today.

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  2. Bluebells I haven't seen here in our country, must be a typical American flower.

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  3. Nice ones indeed and the trick to go from pink to blue is another great one from nature.

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  4. Very pretty flowers that I haven't seen before. But not the same as British bluebells.

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  5. such a beautiful blue color.

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  6. Very pretty. I don't think we have those here.

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  7. Very pretty bluebells, we have them here too.

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  8. They're lovely, such beautiful colours!

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  9. Beautiful shot... I like the color combination!!

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  10. What a gorgeous shade they are too ...

    All the best Jan

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  11. These are very wonderful flowers.

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