Wishing I was a Strawberry

Denne dekorative planten har jeg hatt i hagen i årevis. Dessverre husker jeg ikke lenger hva den heter, men selv om både plante, blomst og blader til forveksling ligner jordbær, så kommer det altså ingen jordbær når blomsten faller av. Skuffelse! Men pen å se på er den jo?
This decorative plant has been with me and our garden for years! Unfortunately I can no longer remember its name. (Old peeople have a tendency to forget!) But even if the plant with its foilage as well as flowers reminds me strongly of strawberry plants, there will be no strawberries when the flowers fall off. Disappointment! But it’s still nice to look at!
(Compliments of SRB)
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4 Responses to Wishing I was a Strawberry

  1. Seenorway says:

    Well, it needs a bit of shadow – underneath bushes or trees. It spreads willingly, but a bit choosy!

  2. It’s such a pretty, velvety looking, vibrant flower – I’d love to have it in my yard.

  3. Seenorway says:

    But this plant is definitely not a strawberry plant even if it look like one!
    Norwegian strawberries are exeptional in taste because they are growing very slowly!

  4. Paola says:

    The flowers are very beautiful. A friend of mine from Norway told me that Norwegian strawberries are better than Italians. I’m curious now.

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