Saturday, 27 April 2019

Branched Gentian


Photograph Susan Walter.  Tour the Loire Valley with a classic car and a private guide.

Branched Gentian Gentiana ramosa, photographed on Saaseralp at nearly 2000 metres above sea level. A common gentian of the flinty Lepontine Alps (between Switzerland and Italy), which as far as I can tell sometimes has four petals, sometimes five.



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2 comments:

Katie Zeller said...

I always loved walking in the Pyrenees in the spring. So many hidden treasures!

Susan said...

Yes I can imagine. I've never had the opportunity to do it.

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