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Na Bha

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May 15, 2011, 10:16:43 AM5/15/11
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guess what it is. Certainly not caps of the seven dwarfs.
Nalini
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Dr Pankaj Kumar

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May 15, 2011, 10:34:33 AM5/15/11
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Some Delphinium spur chopped off :P???
Pankaj


On May 15, 7:16 pm, "Na Bha" <nabha-megh...@gmx.de> wrote:
> guess what it is. Certainly not caps of the seven dwarfs.
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Na Bha

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May 15, 2011, 11:23:30 AM5/15/11
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Aquilegia caerulea blue star from my garden.
not chopped off but fallen down. I havn't seen just the spurs falling off,
when the flower is getting old.
This is from my garden in Ritterhude. Flowers fotographed yesterday (14.5)
Spurs collected and fotographed today 15.5.2011
Nalini

Gurcharan Singh

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May 15, 2011, 11:23:46 AM5/15/11
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Nalini ji
If Aquilegia, where is the fifth one?


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Gurcharan Singh

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May 15, 2011, 11:58:19 AM5/15/11
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Nalini ji
On a more serious note, it may not be Aquilegia caerulea in which spurs are very narrow and  up to 5 cm long. May be A. vulgaris or any other species.


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On Sun, May 15, 2011 at 9:05 PM, Na Bha <nabha-...@gmx.de> wrote:
I don't know, i just collected them from the ground.

Na Bha

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May 15, 2011, 11:35:18 AM5/15/11
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I don't know, i just collected them from the ground.
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Na Bha

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May 15, 2011, 12:30:10 PM5/15/11
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I shall send more fotos in the next days, once it stops raining.

J.M. Garg

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Aquilegia caerulea blue star from my garden.


not chopped off but fallen down. I havn't seen just the spurs falling off, when the flower is getting old.
This is from my garden in Ritterhude. Flowers fotographed yesterday (14.5) Spurs collected and fotographed today 15.5.2011

Nalini”

 

“On a more serious note, it may not be Aquilegia caerulea in which spurs are very narrow and  up to 5 cm long. May be A. vulgaris or any other species.

--
Dr. Gurcharan Singh”

 

“I shall send more fotos in the next days, once it stops raining.
Nalini”

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Na Bha

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Aug 22, 2011, 6:12:07 AM8/22/11
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Hallo,
these are the only fotos I have, did not measure the spur length. Sorry.
Perhaps the holding hand may give some idea about the length.
Otherwise will have to wait till next year.
But one thing is certain, the flowers change their size from year to year, depending upon the weather.
Thanks a Lot.
Nalini


Am 22.08.2011 07:41, schrieb J.M. Garg:

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Some earlier relevant feedback:

�Aquilegia caerulea blue star from my garden.


not chopped off but fallen down. I havn't seen just the spurs falling off, when the flower is getting old.
This is from my garden in Ritterhude. Flowers fotographed yesterday (14.5) Spurs collected and fotographed today 15.5.2011

Nalini�

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�On a more serious note, it may not be Aquilegia caerulea in which spurs are very narrow and� up to 5 cm long. May be A. vulgaris or any other species.

--
Dr. Gurcharan Singh�

�

�I shall send more fotos in the next days, once it stops raining.
Nalini�



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Date: 15 May 2011 19:46
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guess what it is. Certainly not caps of the seven dwarfs.
Nalini



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Alastair Culham

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Aug 22, 2011, 6:42:34 AM8/22/11
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This looks very like one of the many cultivated forms of Aquilegia vulgaris.

 

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Hallo,
these are the only fotos I have, did not measure the spur length. Sorry.
Perhaps the holding hand may give some idea about the length.
Otherwise will have to wait till next year.
But one thing is certain, the flowers change their size from year to year, depending upon the weather.
Thanks a Lot.
Nalini

Am 22.08.2011 07:41, schrieb J.M. Garg:

Forwarding again for Id confirmation or otherwise please.

Some earlier relevant feedback:

Aquilegia caerulea blue star from my garden.


not chopped off but fallen down. I havn't seen just the spurs falling off, when the flower is getting old.
This is from my garden in Ritterhude. Flowers fotographed yesterday (14.5) Spurs collected and fotographed today 15.5.2011

Nalini”

 

“On a more serious note, it may not be Aquilegia caerulea in which spurs are very narrow and  up to 5 cm long. May be A. vulgaris or any other species.

--
Dr. Gurcharan Singh”

 

“I shall send more fotos in the next days, once it stops raining.
Nalini”

 

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Date: 15 May 2011 19:46
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guess what it is. Certainly not caps of the seven dwarfs.

Nalini




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Na Bha

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Thank you all!
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