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Anemonella thalictroides

Anemonella thalictroides (Anemonella thalictroides)

A pretty white shady lady.

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I take it the 'shady' refers to her prefered habitat, Sbg?

1 May, 2013


oh yes but if she wants to play with the pink one further up the garden I wont mind. :o)

1 May, 2013


The things these plants get up to, eh? ;-)
So what would the result be...a lighter pink?

2 May, 2013


dont know could be or it might be semi double who knows. I might do a bit of paint brush pollination as i dont think the bees will manage it.

2 May, 2013


What's semi double?
As for the bees, they've had a bad decade, poor wee souls.

2 May, 2013


the flowers have more petals than usual but not enough to have a complete duplicate of every petal.

2 May, 2013


And a dou, hang on, let me check & re-read all this again.
Ah, gotcha.
I was assuming a double meant two flower heads, but if I've got this right it means, at least in this case, the flower would have 12 petals.
Have I got that right? :-\

2 May, 2013


yep spot on, the term multi headed is used for more than one flower per stem. double etc means the duplication of flower parts.

3 May, 2013


My education continues. Lol.
Thanks, Sbg!

4 May, 2013


so does mine :o)

4 May, 2013

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