This Daphne mezereum is difficult to photograph because of that special colour.
|Native to most of Europe and Western Asia, north to northern Scandinavia and Russia. In southern Europe it is confined to medium to higher elevations and in the subalpine vegetation zone, but descends to near sea level in northern Europe. It is generally confined to soils derived from limestone, tells Wikipedia.|
|Anemone nemorosa is an early-spring flowering plant in the genus Anemone in the family Ranunculaceae, native to Europe. Common names include wood anemone, windflower, thimbleweed, and smell fox, an allusion to the musky smell of the leaves, tells Wikipedia|
|Anemone hepatica (Common Hepatica, liverwort, kidneywort, pennywort) is a herbaceous perennial growing from a rhizome in the buttercupfamily (Ranunculaceae), native to woodland in temperate regions of the Northern Hemisphere.|
Good happy Sunday to you!