Sunday, April 19, 2020

Chamaenerion angustifolium

This flower is called fireweed in North America
 in some parts of Canada as great willowherb, in Britain as rosebay willowherb
and in my country rallarros.

26 comments:

  1. Doesn't matter what the flower is called ... it is beautiful!
    And also wild! Nice picture!

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  2. Such a beautiful photo! I love the light. Did you take it during golden hour?

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  3. Beautiful!
    Thank you for sharing at https://image-in-ing.blogspot.com/2020/04/aruba-archived.html

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  4. ·.
    A beautiful photo for a beautiful plant.
    It can also be found in Spain, with many names depending on the geographical areas.
    For example: Laurel de San Antonio, Yerba de San Antonio, Adelfilla, Epilobio...
    A hug... and take care Birgitta !

    LaMiradaAusente · & · CristalRasgado

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  5. It is a fabulous flower, lovely photograph.

    All the best Jan

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  6. Hello, pretty plant and blooms! Take care, enjoy your day and week ahead.

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  7. (っ◔◡◔)っ ♥ Lovely photo!

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  8. Gorgeous photo!
    Thank you so much for sharing 🌷

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  9. I wanted to say that I am glad you are well and that I started Nature Notes meme again....Michelle

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  10. Wow...this is just stunning....Michelle

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  11. Lovely photo, it's a very common plant here in the UK.

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  12. Heisann, I love this Geitrams in flower! I made cider of the flowers last Summer! Very nice taste ;:OD) Happy Spring!

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  13. Such a bright and beautiful flower!

    It's delightful to see you over at 'My Corner of the World' this week!

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  14. WOW! Such a pretty flower! Love the capture!

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  15. I love seeing recent logging slashes filled with firewood blooms when we go out riding on our quads in BC. - Margy

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  16. Thank you for linking in and I love your header photo of the flower flies. Last summer my 4 year old grandson was so afraid of the "bees" on the flowers on the deck. I told him they are flower flies and have no stingers..but he was still afraid..Oh well...Michelle

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  17. I didn't know this beautiful flower. Great photo.
    Keep safe and healthy

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  18. A beautifully atmospheric photo of a flower that's under-rated because of its association with waste spaces. Not only is it colourful, it's fascinating to see how the seeds open their parachutes when the pods peel back.

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