Pulsatilla Vulgaris


Meet Pulsatilla Vulgaris (Pasque Flower) – one of many endangered species on the Earth and also  one of the loveliest spring flowers in the north.
These big blue purple anemones still grow wild dressed in their charming hairy petals  –  here at Åsa Burial Ground (Södermanland, Sweden)  by the tombstones dated all the way from the Viking Age.


Photos: © Eclipse 2014

Shared on Weekly Photo Challenge: Spring

~ by Eclipse on May 5, 2014.

6 Responses to “Pulsatilla Vulgaris”

  1. great photos, lovely flower! simply amazing that they are there

  2. These are gorgeous Eclipse 🙂

    Have a lovely day together and be wicked 😉 lol

    Andro xxxx

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  4. My best greetings my friend.


  5. What a beautiful flower and such a rare find.. How beautiful .. And amid the standing stones circles of sacred space… Many thanks for sharing its rare beauty Eclipse.. I hope you are well dear friend and enjoy the Spring Sun as it rises in the sky more.. Love and Light.. Sue xoxox

  6. oh, how i long to see colour … just came back from my last ski trip at marmot basin, jasper national park … still thrills me so much, and always will, but … smiles …

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