Wordless Wednesday – Bluebells and Greater Stitchwort May 6, 2015 / Julie Bluebells and Stitchwort in Pedley Wood http://www.plantlife.org.uk/things_to_do/bluebells2015/ http://www.plantlife.org.uk/wild_plants/nations_favourite_wildflower Share this:TweetLike this:Like Loading... Related
18 thoughts on “Wordless Wednesday – Bluebells and Greater Stitchwort”
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A beautful combination and a lovely photo, Julie.
Thanks Cathy, I think this is my favourite wildflower combination, the shapes and colours have me every time.
My favourite combination – stitchwort as it grows through long grasses in spring makes me look and look again every year.
Hi Cathy, really lovely to hear from you, I hope all is well. I know just how you feel about Stitchwort, I look and look too.
And a tiny little bee (or wasp?) in the lower right. Most times when I’m taking flower photos, I don’t see the insect until later. The extra little surprise always gives me a thrill.
Yes I did not spot that until later, I am not entirely certain what sort of insect that is, I wish I did, so much to learn!
A beautiful combination! Amelia
Absolutely! I love these two wildflowers together, so joyful too.
I love these two wildflowers together Susie, Mother Nature is a great flower arranger. 🙂
Beautiful! You are right about the combination of the two flowers. Such complimentary shapes and colours. Plantlife is such a hardworking organisation – I love their magazine! I’ve been a member since they started 25 years ago.
Clare, I should of guessed you were a member and since the beginning too, I have only really discovered Plantlife in the past few years, but very glad I did.
Love the Stitchwort! I’ve never seen it before, it has an unusual and fetching shape.
Stitchwort is a wonderful wildflower Jason, this time of year its really plentiful along the hedgerows here.
Lovely! The stichwort is a new one for me. Very pretty.
When Stitchwort first appears it’s really uplifting, I always feel excited when I see the first one of the season.