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Viv says:

why the probably? :)
they are popping up here too
always liked them - such a delicate colour

13th May 2008, 11:42

hildegard says:

By way of a disclaimer - there's so much debate over names, am guilty myself; get precious about "pelargoniums" and "geraniums". Some people call this one milkmaids, others call Cardamine californica milkmaids... there's about 150 cardamines & I'm no botanist.

13th May 2008, 12:01

paintist says:

yes...I know them as milkmaids, they remind me of my grandmother, lovely

13th May 2008, 12:05

minkey says:

:-) where does the cuckoo comes from? to do with the bird...(need to google it i guess) but yes lovely

13th May 2008, 12:34

hildegard says:

You're right, it's the bird, this flowers about the same time the cuckoos start calling.

13th May 2008, 13:04

minkey says:

13th May 2008, 13:24

hildegard says:

You call it a cuckoo, we call it a cowslip. But of course.

13th May 2008, 13:32

JokerXL says:

Very delicate looking thing, unlike the Cuckoo.

13th May 2008, 14:42

hildegard says:

It's a sweet little thing & comes up before the grass has really got going so it stands out nicely. The buds remind me of tiny freesias...

13th May 2008, 14:43

Caine says:

It's beautiful. So small with such delicate colour.

14th May 2008, 04:15

swamprose says:

whatever it is called, I like it. never seen it.

15th May 2008, 02:42