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Fritillary meleagris

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By Siris


Fritillary meleagris (Fritillaria meleagris (Snake's head fritillary))

Snakes head Fritillary starting to flower in the border with a Sarracenia behind in the pond edge.



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A beauty I hope the lily beetle keeps away I found them on mine in the past.

14 Mar, 2019

 

Me too, then the Lily Beatles go onto the Lilies.

14 Mar, 2019

 

Yes that's the problem. I have my lilies in pots so I can do what Gnarly gnome suggest tip the old soil out where they hybinate and give them new soil.

14 Mar, 2019

 

We used to have these a few years back....changed the garden so many times, they upped and went!!

14 Mar, 2019

 

I've got white ones as well, but they are not flowering yet.

14 Mar, 2019

 

Nice :-). In your ‘bog’ garden :-)

14 Mar, 2019

 

Not in 'not a bog' the Snakes Head Fritillary' is in quite a sunny place, but rain runs to this area behind the (preformed ) pond. Sarracenia demand a sunny position, although demanding of growing medium, that is damp peaty soil, no nutrients, they get that from their carniverous nature.

14 Mar, 2019

 

Interesting Siris.

16 Mar, 2019

 

Lovely to see the Fritillaries coming up. Ours aren't so advanced as yours Siris.

21 Mar, 2019



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