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Shapes and Colors of Spring
These yellow bells caught my eye at Pittsburgh’s Phipps Conservatory. Look at the twisted tufts of green leaves at the base of the stem, sprouting like a fountain. At the top of the long stems, the yellow bell shaped flowers almost look like shower heads, topped with another tuft of green leaves. Who designed this flower? Can you name it?
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2 thoughts on “Shapes and Colors of Spring”
They are fritillaria imperialis – and very beautiful. This is one of the best pictures I’ve ever seen of them, both foliage and flower are exquisite.
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