Hello! If you’re expecting a Flowerona Video today, I’m so sorry but I’ve put them on hold for a few weeks. I’ve struggled over the last month or so to put together content that I’m happy to share with you. So, I’ve made the decision to have a little break from posting videos over the summer and plan to start again in September. I’ll still be writing blog posts and posting on social media though. It’s just the videos that I’ll be taking a little break from…… Read more
I’m delighted today to feature another wonderful guest blog post by flower photographer, Katie Spicer. This month, Katie has chosen the Wood Anemone…Wood Anemones (Anemone nemerosa) or Windflowers as they are sometimes known are abundant at this time of year. If you’re lucky, you can see great swathes of these delicate star-like flowers decorating woodland floors. They’re very slow to spread (around 6 feet in 100 years!), so they’re a good indicator of ancient woodlands.
They can also be used as natural barometers, as they only open in full sunshine and they close at night or at the sign of rain to protect their sepals from rain and dewdrops. … Read more