2014-04-28

Wood sorrel - Harsyra

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 Wood sorrel - Harsyra
©   NF Photo 140423

A forest favorite flower of mine. You can eat it if you wish. It is a great addition to a salad.
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29 comments:

  1. Such a perfect delicate little flower -- thanks for showing the leaves too -- I think I've seen them.

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  2. So beautiful and delicate! Wonderful photos.

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  3. Beautiful flower with violet vein!
    I enjoy all your pictures and i am a follower of your blog. I wish you to visit my blog and be a member of mine!

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  4. Syreblomstene har jeg ikke sett ennå. De er så delikate.
    Vakkert fotografert.
    Ha en flott dag.
    Mormor

    http://www.starbear.no/mormor/2014/04/29/blabaerene-blomstrer-de-ogsa/

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  5. I love the second image!!! The detail is amazing!!!

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  6. Fabulous close up shot! It's funny when you mentioned you can add this flower to salads that it made me think of my BIL. He once ate a wild rose. I can't remember why, but it was supposed to be good for something. I thought it was a little crazy, but I know many blooming flowers are edible. Nice job on the photos!

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  7. Så stämningsfullt och vackert!

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  8. The last image is stunning!

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  9. the last photo, what a great shot, we have weeks to go before we see that / Ritva

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  10. Really beautiful shots!!!

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  11. En liten blomma, men en stor skönhet.

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  12. What a pretty little flower!

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  13. very nice, thanks for sharing

    much love...

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  14. Wonderful photos, the first has a very nice light.

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  15. What a lovely, delicate flower!

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  16. How pretty - I've never seen one of those before. What a great capture!
    Alison

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  17. How pretty. I didn't know you could eat it. I want to plant some native woodland flowers in my yard. Thank you for sharing your photography with Nature Notes... Michelle

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  18. absolutely beautiful!

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  19. Wonderful and edible!
    www.womenandperspectives.com/2014/05/petunias.html

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  20. Lovely colors, we only have yellow here for that plant.

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  21. Sååå ljuvligt vackert!

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  22. Wonderful lovely shots! So beautiful!

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  23. Fantastic flowers, marvelous photos :)

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  24. That second shot is gorgeous!!!

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