Fall surprise

I hagen har jeg en vakker blomst som heter ‘filtsymre‘ og som tilhører ‘Soleie-familien’!
Således er den til forveksling lik en hvitveis både i blomst og i bladverk, men den er 3-4 ganger så stor! Hver vår står hagen full av store hvite filtsymrer, men – så for noen dager siden (i siste halvdel av august) dukket den jammen opp igjen, men i helt ny ‘drakt’, nå med lilla prikker! Og det er første høsten den gjør noe slikt!? Hittil har den jo oppført seg som en utpreget vårblomst?
Bilde 1219b
In our garden we have a beautiful flower called ‘Snowdrop Anemone‘ (Anemone sylvestris) belonging into the ‘Soleie Family’, Thus it’s extremely like an anemone nemrosa, both in the flower as well as the foilage, only it’s 3-4 times as large!

Every spring our garden is filled up with beautiful white Snowdrop anemones, but suddenly – only a few days ago – in late August it suddenly appeared again. This time in a new ‘gown’:
White with lilac spots all over ?! It’s the first fall it attempts anything like this. This is supposed to be a ‘spring flower’ !
(Compliments of SRB )

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10 Responses to Fall surprise

  1. RoSy says:

    Those types of surprises are always beautiful – aren’t they?

    • Seenorway says:

      Yes, they are RoSy, but I’ve got a theory: Since there has been a certain ‘global warming’ over the last 10 years, we’ve had a beautiful summer and – the fall isn’t too bad either 🙂 So perhaps it isn’t so strange that some flowers are trying for a second blossoming? We have observed the same with some fruit trees if the fall becomes exeptional warm when it should not . . .

  2. kalabalu says:

    It has forced the world to re-think, there is a chance for autumn to have flowers that bloom in spring

  3. gpcox says:

    Sorry I got so far behind in my reading. I see I never hit the Follow button – so that is corrected now.

  4. Mormor says:

    Den syntes det var tiden da 🙂

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