Friday, February 17, 2012

Anemone (Anemone pavonina)






Anemone pavonina (Ranunculacea family) or commonly known os anemone (ανεμώνη) is a species native to the Mediterranean region. It flowers from January to May and can be seen in red, purple and pink. It very similar to A. coronaria with the main difference being that the stalk leaves are more jagged than the A. coronaria ones.

 

8 comments:

Joop Zand said...

Wonderful color and flower..... well done.

greetings, Joop

CameraCruise said...

Beautiful flower!
Have a great weekend.
Greetings Mette

marijke said...

Oh how I wished I had this beauty in my garden.
Thanks for sharing.
Have a lovely weekend
Marijke

Greece's Flora said...

it is really an amazing flower very welcomed after a cold winter!!!

jankasgarten said...

Wyglada pieknie. Takiego koloru jeszcze nie widzialam.
Zycze milego weekendu i pozdrawiam serdecznie

Giga said...

To śliczne kwiatki w pięknych kolorach. Pozdrawiam cieplutko. *** It's beautiful flowers in beautiful colors. Yours warm.

Jani said...

Thrilled to have found your website!it's poli orea, efharisto para poli. I am writing&illustrating a book on the flowers of the Greek Islands which I have found while sailing the Ionian for 10 years. The Sea Daffodil is my favourite, I found a large quantity growing on sand dunes on Ericusa near Corfu. The scent was amazing and the flowers incredibly complex and beautiful.

Jani said...

Thrilled to have found your website!it's poli orea, efharisto para poli. I am writing&illustrating a book on the flowers of the Greek Islands which I have found while sailing the Ionian for 10 years. The Sea Daffodil is my favourite, I found a large quantity growing on sand dunes on Ericusa near Corfu. The scent was amazing and the flowers incredibly complex and beautiful.