The Little Windflower

Now the feast is coming to an end for the beautiful little Windflower or Wood Anemone or Thimbleweed or Smell Fox.
Dear child has many names 🙂

16 thoughts on “The Little Windflower

  1. Ahora sí que ha llegado la primavera por fin 😉 Disfruta de tus paseos por la campiña danesa, amiga, y una abrazp ❤

    1. Querida Magnoliae. Hago lo mejor en este momento 🙂
      La naturaleza está encantada. Espero que estés disfrutando de la primavera también ❤
      Hanna

  2. Lovely pictures, Hanna. 🙂 The second last picture you have caught so well. So beautiful. 🙂

    1. That’s how you often see the flowers, shining in the shade and brilliant in the sun.
      Thanks a lot, John!!

    1. The names are new to me too, Holly 🙂 But that the nice thing about blogging one comes around a lot of stuff. That’s lovely 🙂

  3. By any name it’s a beautiful little flower and it does a wonderful job of embellishing the setting in which it grows.

    1. You’re right, Muntucky. We are always delighted to see when the anemone is working it’s way through the forest floor, it is very life-affirming. Once we did some digging to be sure the flowers were down in the earth somewhere 🙂
      We carefully covered the flowers afterwards so they felt comfortable.

    1. Dear Mathilda. Soon Anemonen will be gone because the forest floor is getting darker when the beech forest shade for the light.
      But then Oxalis acetosella (Waldsauerklee) comes forward ❤ 🙂

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