Nå på sommeren er det fristende å studere våre lokale blomster litt nærmere enn hva man vanligvis gjør? Og planten som har fått navnet ‘Storkenebb’ er intet unntak med sine nydelige farger og praktfulle detaljer – om man altså sørger for litt nærkontakt?
Den vokser også i vill tilstand i skogen og på fjellviddene, men dagens eksemplar befinner seg altså i vår egen hage!
Now in the summer it’s kind of tempting to take a closer look at some of our local flowers
than we normally do?! And the plants named ‘The Crane bill’ are no exceptions with their beautiful colors and marvellous details – provided one comes close enough?!
Even here in Norwaya it grows in the wild in our woodlands, but also on our mountain plains, but this particular plant thrives in our garden!

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8 Responses to Storkenebb

  1. Seenorway says:

    I’m not surprised. In the UK: Crane bill (It all comes down to the same thing!)

  2. -Eugenia says:

    Geraniums or cranes-bill are perennials that bloom in late spring or early summer. They are beautiful and very hearty.

  3. utesmile says:

    In Germany we call this Storchen schnabel… Lovely plant.

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