Tuesday, 27 May 2008
More Czech flowers
Given the positive response to my last post, here are simply more photographs of lovely Czech flowers, which I have taken on my various walks over the last few weeks. The first (above) was found near the Schwarzenberg Canal in the Sumava mountains - it's an Alpine Snow bell.
And this one is another flower from the Nature Reserve - I am afraid I don't have the name, but it was to be found in the woodland areas
along with Solomon's seal.
The woods around Divci Kamen castle were carpeted by masses of stitchwort, much as the woods in England are carpeted by bluebells.
All along the road from our village to the station the ditches are full of the jewel-like flowers of the common comfrey. I have been known to allow an extra 10 minutes for the walk to the train, so that I can be distracted on my way there.
For more Czech flowers visit my August flowers post