Most viewed | ranked
Most commented | Most popular
Published on 19/07/08
Viewed 2140 times

Reverse image
Freezing and bulrush
5560 leve of the 17 11 2011
Leaves Glaucous Perennial So
5560 Greenhouses 11 Bridge O
Flower Perennial Sow Thistle
Tobacco Glaucous Nicotiana G
5552 5560 Greenhouses 11 Bri

Related photos
Related com

Bulrush Glaucous Juncus Inflexus 5560 Etang De Can

Author 'Ninik' (Id 65739 ) : Bulrush glaucous gardeners (juncus inflexus) -- Plant of damp places, high from 40cm to 1m.
Rhizome creeping, with many upright stems, fertile or sterile. These stems are cylindrical, hollow, ribbed, blue-green, which gave its name to this plant.
The leaves are reduced to sheaths, basilar.
The inflorescences, dieted, side, not very dense, are located each in the axil of a long-bract green in the extension of the rod.
The fruits are capsules oblong, with a small tip terminal and brown-red, containing seeds with endosperm fleshy. What are these fruits, spikelets, as you can see on the photo, and that I found interesting.
I found these plants on the strip of land separating the sea from the pond of Canet/St. Nazaire (66).

Bulrush Glaucous Juncus Inflexus 5560 Etang De Can
Bulrush Glaucous Juncus Inflexus 55 in 'Photo ', Report error
Hidden datas
Group Album Send by mail Subscribe
<< Previous Photo<< Previous by Same Author Next by Same Author >> Next Photo >>
Resolution : 1024x768 Fit for your screen resolution Wallpaper Iphone (320x480)
EXIF : Brand: Kodak | Camera: Kodak Easyshare Zd710
Aperture: f/2.8 | Exposure time: 1/250 s | ISO: 64 | Focal: 6.3 mm (eq. 38 mm)| Metering: Multi-segment (5)
Prog. expo.: Mode paysage (7) | Correction: 0 EV | Flash: Non (16) | Date: 22/02/2007 14:05:42
Show map with near photos.

3 Comment(s) | 1 Avis de visiteur
Add a comment
I like *

* = Required field.



> Guy >Reply Jun 27, 2011
Photographed at the same plant ponds Canet! I did not know his name! I found you by searching! Thank you for the reply and for all these photos.
> Cémaphore [G] [P] [C] [F] >Reply Sep 21, 2008
This synthesis about this plant is worthy of a horticulturalist, bravo. The photo of this plant with its fruits that look like clusters of grapes... Soon the harvest.
> Fanfan du Fatras [G] [P] [C] [F] >Reply Aug 14, 2008
Or how to stop the racing of the wind,
I bend but don't break
The seeds will soon dissipate, next year, same picture, with the new bloom ?
> Géna >Reply Jul 23, 2008
Discovering the thumbnail, I had the impression to watch a video. A storm blowing over a meadow.
> Add this photo to a group

Français - English - Español - Coloring Bulrush Glaucous Juncus Inflexus Etang De Can
Legal Disclaimer and Terms of Use
Back to top | Email Subscription | Contact | Site map | HD Wallpapers | Battle de mots entre amis