That's a great post, Vega. Fantastic to be:✿ Noticing spring arriving;✿ Taking photos;✿ Writing a blog post;✿ Checking to see who knows which flowers they are!You are our number one outdoor reporter!
Hi Vega! The flowers I see are:2 Dandelions1 Daisy1 VioletAnd the other flower at the bottom I don't know what it's called?
A great way to share your colourful selection of flowers. Number 7 looks like it could be a garden version of a plant called a Hellebore. These grow wild in the forests to the north of here.
Hi Mr Patrick! Thank you for commenting on our blog! I've already had a look at the Y3 blog (and I also commented). I have never heard about a flower called Hellebore. It's sounds like a wild flower!
Ah hellebores - I was wondering about that one - you mean Number 6, don't you, Mr Patrick? (Number 7 is a very rare flower - a Vega!)
I realy like number 7 and number 1 they are so colorfull!I'm very happy because my birthday is in spring
Do YOU mean number 6 too, Vega? They look like the colourful ones to me (or am I missing sometehing?)The blossom on the tree behind you is blackthorn. When the berries come they are called sloe berries. They are very bitter to taste! In French it's prunelier, In Spain it has a number of names; I see.
Number 6 it is. Here is another local flower if the link works. http://kidblog.org/year3ist2013-14/patrick_p/la-cite-de-violettes/
Thank you Mr Patrick! Here, I'll make it that the link works:http://kidblog.org/year3ist2013-14/patrick_p/la-cite-de-violettes/
Maybe Vega doesn't like that shade of violet?
Number 3 looks like lungwort (Its Latin name is Pulmonaria officinalis.) I've planted some of these in my garden - though really they're wild flowers. I love blue flowers.
And here's one that's started flowering in my garden.