Monday 15 January 2024

Winter Blooming of some Flowers in the Garden - Nature 117

Winter in our city barely reach below zero degree Celsius, hence some flowers blooming well in the "cold season."


Image 01 - A pansy flower in the garden.

We found some dominant flowers, two of them which are blooming in the garden during winter seasons are:
1) A pansy flower
- violet colors
- Scientific name for flower is identified as a Viola cornuta by GoogleID

2) The snapdragon variety
- colors could be yellow and many other
- GoogleID identifies scientific name for this flower is Antirrhinum majus.



Image 02 - The snapdragon variety


Image 03 - Yellow of the snapdragon.


Image 04 - Several flowers blooming


Image 05 - Blooming in the winter.


Image 06 - Blooming of the pansy.

Whay kind of flowers are blooming in the winter in your areas?

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23 comments:

  1. really nice. thanks for sharing.

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  2. Lovely flowers !
    In the winter, we have pansy, camellia, magnolia, cyclamen and primrose...
    Have a nice week !
    Anna

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  3. Thanks for sharing these beautiful photos. Pansies and snapdragons don't grow in my corner of the world, so it's a treat to see them through your lens.

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  4. Una bellas imágenes que nos alegren las mañanas. La pena que se no se pueden olor su lindo aroma. Un beso.

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  5. Pretty blooms, I love the pansies. Take care, have a great day!

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  6. Lucky you having so many blooming flowers at this time of the year.

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  7. Preciosas . Un gusto verlas ahora.
    Un abrazo.

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  8. Linda floración invernal de los pensamientos y las bocas de dragón. Se perciben gratamente.
    Un abrazo

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  9. Bellissimi fiori. Adoro le viole, ma anche i bocca di leone non mi dispiacciono. Nel cortile di casa mia ho entrambi.
    Un saluto e a presto 😘

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  10. Very interesting post. Beautiful flowers, nothing is blooming here, there is still a lot of snow on the ground :)

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    1. nice to see snow...

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  11. Por aquí la llaman de ambas formas: flor de pensamiento o violeta. Se observa profusamente en el campo en media y alta montaña. Un abrazo. Carlos

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  12. It is interesting that even in winter some flowers bloom.

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  13. Son muy bonitas, es agradable verlas en invierno.
    Saludos

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  14. Beautiful! We have snowdrops coming up in the UK!

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  15. We've had a few rain showers and the Showy Rattlebox has started blooming in the forest. It looks a little like the snapdragon!

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  16. Thank you for the nice comment. And of course I'm happy to return the favor. Always a great pleasure, reading here.

    Thank you for this wonderful post on
    MosaicMonday

    Warm hugs from Heidrun

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