The Smallest of Beauties

Brudespireaen er en av våre minste hageblomster og hvor hver enkelt blomst egentlig ikke er særlig mer enn 3-4 mm i tverrmål! Likevel farger den hagene våre hvite tidlig om våren
grunnet den utrolige mengde med blomster på hver eneste lille kvist. Men – la oss nå gi den oppmerksomheten den fortjener og se litt nøyere på disse bitte små blomstene?
The Spiraea Arguta is one of the smallest flowers in our gardens, and in ‘real life’ each
flower measure only 3-4 mm across from petal to petal. Still it will colour our gardens white in the spring due to an incredible abundance of small white flowers on each and every twig. But – let us all give this small flower tha attention it ought to get?
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Compliments of SRB)
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6 Responses to The Smallest of Beauties

  1. utesmile says:

    Such a clear picture of a tiny flower, really great. Isn’t it wonderful to see nature coming to life?

    • Seenorway says:

      Yes it really is (And thank you!)! It is so easy to overlook because of its lack of size, but if one never takes the time to look closely, you might as well be without it?
      With macro photography it all comes out! Thought I’d share it! 😉

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