Today’s flower almost was titled Mystery Flower, or Frosty Flower as it proved really hard to identify. My id app wouldn’t even take a stab at it, until I went back to where I photographed it (kneeling on the pavement, near the daffodils from a couple of days ago) and took a photo with my phone. Then it found it – Lucile’s Glory-of-the-Snow, a type of Scilla. At first I thought it had been hit by the frost badly as it has that translucent look of a lettuce that has got too cold in the fridge, or been put in the freezer- don’t ask me how I know that 😉 … But maybe the cold and snow we had that day has given it a bit of that effect. As I haven’t seen this flower anywhere else, I will wait to see if any viewers can enlighten me. I send these lovely tiny flowers with their frilled petals along to you all with a hug for today. A Flower a Day #225
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A gallery of flowers shared on a daily basis to cheer myself and hopefully you, the viewer too, during the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic period.
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