Inside the Bell

Vi har til vanlig hatt Lobelia som den foretrukne plante på vår terrasse, men svært vannkrevende og utsatt for dårlig vær, har vi nå skiftet til ‘Million Bells’. Det er litt tidlig å se hvorvidt den klarer seg bedre, men det kan så langt se slik ut.
Og den kommer i en lang rekke nyanser, blomstrer villig og ser ut tiol å klare seg realtivt bra under til dels sterkt skiftende forhold. Her et bilde fra selve innsiden av denne blomsten. Selve blomsten er i det virkelige liv ca 18-22 mm tvers over, men på et macro bilde (som her) kan den nok virke noe større?
Untill now we have been using the Lobelia as tour preferance when it comes to flowers on our terrace, but being a bit demanding with regards to water and somewhat sensetive to rough weather condtions, we decided to shift to a ‘Million Bell’!

This flower comes in a large variety of shades, lots of flowers all through summer and looks tha have somewhat stronger resistance to rough weather. In real life it measures only 18-22 mm across, but might look a bit larger in a macro shot (like this one)?

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3 Responses to Inside the Bell

  1. -Eugenia says:

    Amazing shot, Svein! Your photo shows every detail and its vivid colors.

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