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Anemone nemorosa

Anemone nemorosa

Anemone nemorosa

Anemone nemorosa

Anemone nemorosa

Anemone nemorosa

Anemone nemorosa

Anemone nemorosa

Anemone nemorosa

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Wood anemone (Anemone nemorosa) belongs to the Ranunculaceae (the Buttercup family). It is a perennial herb that is distributed from northern Europe to Asia Minor and north-western Asia. The herb grows in montane beech forests and can reach 5-15 cm in height. It spreads by elongated slender rhizomes. The leaves are basal and deeply lobed palmately. The flower stalks are borne and bloom white to pale pink flowers from March to June. 
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Shu Suehiro
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