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Plants in the Wild: Flowers of Cyprus

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Contribution from Mel Linney 30 March 2010, 08:23top / bottom of page

The following were pretty easy.

Allium neapolitatum

Centaurea aegialophila

Finally

Matthiola tricuspidata.

Our final instalment will be a mixture of plants found while visiting other parts of Cyprus.

Contribution from Susan Read 30 March 2010, 09:59top / bottom of page

Good to see all these plants. In January we saw the Matthiola at Cape Drepanum and Narcissus serotinus on the Aphrodite trail. I hope to visit again sometime for the cyclamen and beautiful gladiolus!

Contribution from Margaret Young 30 March 2010, 22:24top / bottom of page

Mel, a delight to have you share these pictures with us. The "Cyclamen Cascade " is really lovely.

Contribution from Mel Linney 31 March 2010, 10:17top / bottom of page

We visited a number of archaeological and historical places of interest that also revealed some interesting plants.

Anemone with pink in its makeup.

Hyoscyamus aureus

Viola ?

Muscari comosum.

Echium angustifolium.

Cistus ?

The ubiquitous Convolvulus.

There were also stunning views and interesting archaeology.

One for the Scholars to translate.

There was also attractive foliage

Silybum marianum.

There was also attractive foliage

Arum possibly?

Fern looking very much like Cheilanthes.


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