2014-08-18

Linnaea borealis

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Linnéa - Twin flower
©   NF Photo 140615
 This is a tiny forest flower and it blooms in the latter half of June and beginning of July.  It is pretty rare. I know of only one place where a few plants are growing and this year they did not look that healthy. Linnéa is MY flower. Linnéa is my second name. As it was my grandmothers and is my granddaughters too. I loved it when I learned how beautiful that little flower is. And proud that the three of us carry that name. :)   


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23 comments:

  1. De er så vakre og tandre. Nesten vanskelig å se dem i blant.
    Ha en fin dag :)
    Mormor

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  2. Linnea vår landskapsblomma så vacker den är på dina bilder, liten, skir och mild
    Ha en fin dag
    Meta

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  3. It's a beautiful little flower :-))

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  4. Fina bilder - inte alltid lätt att hitta dessa små skira blommor. Rödfibblan är också tjusig med sina starka färger.

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  5. Liten men naggande god skulle man kunna säga :-)

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  6. Twinflower is so lovely. Tom The Backroads Traveller

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  7. Calling by from Floral Friday Foto, love the delicacy.

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  8. It looks so delicate, the name and the flower are pretty!

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  9. Indeed, a pretty little and delicate flower! Very well captured!

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  10. These are exquisite. Such delicate little flowers. Great photos and thank you for linking with Today's Flowers.

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  11. Such a delicate and beautiful flower! The name suits it. You must be proud to bear such a name.

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  12. How cool to have an actual flower name! This little beauty is gorgeous.

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  13. Such lovely delicate flowers, beautiful!

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  14. Beautiful and delicate forest flower. I wonder if it named after the great botanist Linnaeus?
    Many thanks for participating in Floral Friday Fotos.

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  15. Lovely twinflowers, they are a rare find in the forest here, so delicate. That's a pretty flower to be named after.

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