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Picture taken on a small island off Espoo. These plants are very common growing in rocky areas near the sea.
Chive plants look like the tops of tiny onion plants. Chives are grown for their leaves which have a mildly pungent flavor, not as strong as garlic or leeks, but more assertive than most common onions. Chives have tiny bulbs clustered on underground rhizomes. The leaves, 10-15 in (25-38 cm) tall, are cylindrical and hollow. Chives are perennial, and most years they produce little purple or lilac flowers in rounded umbels (clusters in which the flower stalks all arise from the same point).
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I love your beautiful shot, goes to my favourites. The colours and forms, and so many of this flowers so soft in the background, excellent work, I enjoyed looking so much.
Have a wonderful evening, bye
Sabine - wishnugaruda
very good presentation of this Alium species.Very relaxing purple vs. green colours combination. Hope you have beautiful Christmas days.
Very good framing, great details and colours.
I like the picture very much.
- [2006-01-11 4:52]
Nice and colorful picture with perfect composition and sharpness. The plant is common on gardens as vegetable in my country. It has very nice and interesting flowers.
- [2006-05-03 14:13]
Beautiful composition, very well presented with wonderful colours and POV! Great!
(Sorry, I have no more smiles today. IŽll post it tomorrow for you!)