ox-eye daisy - wilde margriet
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|Those are real fresh wild flowesrs. I took the picture a few hours ago.|
Chrysanthemum leucanthemum.(in Dutch Margriet).
Also called White Daisy, Field Daisy, Moonflower,
Botanical name: Chrysanthemum leucanthemum aka Leucanthemum vulgare
Description: Ox-eye daisy is a creeping perennial. The flowers are white, usually 1/2 to 1-1/2 inch in
diameter with yellow disc florets in the center. The plant has a strong, nasty odor and grows as tall
as 3 feet. Dairy cows that graze on these plants can give unpleasant tasting milk.
Oxeye daisy is listed as a noxious weed in 43 of the United States; it is an introduced species
native to Eurasia.
Habitat: Found in disturbed areas, fields, roadsides, waste areas. Widespread over much of North America.
Blooms - May through early August.
Here are some other weeds: poppies and 1 bee, summer feeling, Poppies 2, Margreths, Margriet, Fluitekruid, Smeerwortel, Buttercups, Clover(4), Red clover, Red clover with bee, red clover top view , Forget me not, Chervil.
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Hi Hendrik, these are lovely, they look so fresh and pure you can tell you've just shot them in the wild. Your composition and DOF make this a very attractive shot and your exposure is spot on. It is a beautiful wild meadow scene. TFS :)
This is an excellent shot. The colors are perfect. I really like the DOF on this shot. Sharp in the center with slightly OOF flowers in foreground and backround. Nice Work!
In afrikaans is dese naam ook "Magrietjies". :)
Wat een pragtige bossie het jy hier bymekaar gekry. Pragtige plaat Hendrik. Die blomme is my gunstelling omdat dit so eenvoudig tog treffend is. Goed gedaan.
Die blomme in Nederland is seker al pragtig?
- [2005-05-29 15:21]
ZdjÍcie jakich wiele , ale dobrze zrobione , podoba mnie siÍ.