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Retired and loving it. Novice gardener and love taking and seeing Macro photos
Just when I thought the plant had finished up popped some more buds #spring #snakesheadfritilleria
Totally agree with @clare2611 😍
Thanks @clare2611 @greenfinger14 the best year so far for blooms and more to come
I hope I get as many blooms as u nxt year 😊👏
Fingers crossed @greenfinger14
An artistic shot of this plant taken last night in the dark with a red flash #spring #snakeshead #macro
Another photo of the cluster of Snakeshead Fritillaries #snakeshead
Nice to see the Snakeshead Fritillary multiplying up from last year #snakesheadfritilleria
The Snakeshead Fritillary is looking healthy today, I love this flower immortalised in William Morris designs from the 19th Century
Fab Tony 👍
#fritillary this is my favourite and is the 2nd set of blooms on the same shrub as unfortunately our 4-month old puppy had a taste for the 1st set of flowers
#fritillary a section of my clump of buds planted in the autumn and I am so pleased they have done well
I really love these especially as they are traditional English shrubs and feature in William Morris designs from 1870 and I love history and volunteer at a heritage property and take history tours
They are lovely 🤗
Just noticed the yellow stamen but did not have enough hands to move it to get a good shot.
#snakesheadfritillary Just when I thought the last flowers had emerged her come a couple more
I really like these 👍 #fritillary
I love these and most flowers are out now
Another flower waiting for some sun to help it bloom
Great shot 👍 #fritillary
I've just spotted one popping through in our garden too !
Taken 20 March 2016
Love these plants.
These are my favourites as they are traditional English plants that feature in William Morris designs in 1870.
Really lovely flowers
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