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Author 'Cath' A voir : The Anemone pulsatilla or pulsatilla vulgaris, is grown in rich soil, in full sun. They do not like to be derangees and is etalent sometimes difficult, but if they like, you won't be disappointed! In my view, they do not like, I am compelled to be surprised in my friends...
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> Author Cath [G] [P] [C] [F] >Reply Jan 05, 2011
Heipoe I do not know if it is a plant that likes high temperatures ... I know that she loves the sun here in our climate ... Then, it's more a history of ground ... She loves the limestone plateau of altitude as the Causses and the mountain slopes, provided the limestone predominates. It is a plant that opens only sun and closes completely at the slightest drop of rain, taking the wind like a weathervane small until the storm passes. I do not know the climate of Tahiti, but I guess there's hot ... So I think for them please, it will make it out of the sun the hottest ... but, basically, why not? I advise you to go anyway take a look at some specialized sites by searching google with the name of the plant. Regards ...
> Heipoe-77 >Reply Jan 05, 2011
I like the simple but explicit comments and I wonder if the anemones can be planted in Tahiti (in Polynesia) thank you to answer me because my friend who lives there loves anemones.
> Gillian >Reply Mar 13, 2010
A flower ready to be picked, beautiful, it reminds me that my mother loved the flowers more than pink!
> Samia >Reply Oct 17, 2008
Good evening. I can not let pass without comment, but as I seek the beauty of flowers, I came across your site by chance, and it's good work, good continuation and thank you for all these flowers. I would take This flower anemone, a small creations of my flowers, I might pick your blog but if you want I do not do this, you will notify me, I'll leave my link.
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> Mc >Reply Mar 24, 2008
Your site is wonderful and your photos are super beautiful ! MC.
> Marguerite >Reply Mar 03, 2007
The fabric flowers will never provide : a sublime shot !
> Papatte [G] [P] [C] [F] >Reply Apr 19, 2006
I love this photo. It is true that it is perfect. Bravo and thank you.
> Marcel >Reply Apr 19, 2006
Ben here is a good photo and also a beautiful flower. Framing good, sharpness good, color good ! All good !
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