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|Urginea maritima, Sea Squill, is the most common 'harbinger of autumní in our area, blooming starting in August, long before the first winter rains. It, like all those early bloomers, will grow its leaves only after the first rains.|
This stand of many flowers was recorded just off the Si'on stream, one of the three major tributaries of the Jordan River. Note plants in different stages of bloom. The lower flowers of the inflorescence bloom first, making their way to the top. A couple of plants in the center bear already green fruit.
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Nice to be your neighbour today! Excellent capture of this beauty of September. Perfect colours and composition. I saw many of them today too on Samos today, but not a dense group like this. I spent a while near this flowers to see insects feeding of them. Good evening,
nice pov and detailed image from this arge flowers in natural habitat.
What a wonderful scene consist of this interesting plant, sea squil. I think i saw this in Cyprus too. But i am not sure exactly!
TFS. Biverakhot mikerev lev!
- [2010-10-23 12:23]
At first I thought this was taken under water - the tall flowers are so amazing! I like the composition and the fine focus and beautiful colours against the brown background. Very beautiful!
Many thanks and best regards, Ulla