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this flower belongs to the “spring flowers” in Norway, again I don’t know the English name for it. But in Norway we call it “natt og dag” or – Night and Day. Anyway – I love it.
and we call it Viola. Beautiful capture, gorgeous colours, beautiful flower.
Thanks:) It must be a kind of Viola then. Because we have the Viola as well, but that one looks a bit different and is all blue:)
Violas come in all sorts of colours, the bigger ones come under the title of Pansy, but they are all of the Viola family. Some are only as big as your thumb nail, whilst others are as big as a saucer.
Violas come in all sorts of colours, the bigger ones come under the title of Pansy, but they are all of the Viola family. Some are only as big as your thumb nail, whilst others are as big as a saucer.I think this particular one is a hybrid called ‘Martin’ nice name for a nice flower
Thanks for the information:) Martin is also a nice name for it:)
Nce Image! =)
Your photo reminds me of Norway. Several years ago we visited three times in May and there were always lots of these gorgeous little flowers everywhere including the turf roofs of a chalet we hired. I brought home some seeds and every year since then new plants come up and remind me of Norway. Beautiful. The three coloured one, Viola Tricolour (purple, yellow and white) is also called Heartsease and has been known in England for centuries.
Thanks a lot:) Good to hear you have a reminder of Norway in your garden. Hope you enjoyed your stay as well:)
great close up
Hi Julie, this is a pansy!