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Iris Reticulata and Crocus Chrysanthus Featured Spring Image

Iris Reticulata and Crocus Chrysanthus

Two spring flowers growing alongside each other. The Iris Reticulata (left), an early flowering hardy perennial of the Iridaceae family, with purple flowers, and the Crocus Chrysanthus (Golden Crocus) (right), also of the Iridaceae family, with bright orange flowers

© Mary Evans/Reginald A. Malby & Co. Collection

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It suffices. What suffices? Featured Spring Image

It suffices. What suffices?

It suffices. What suffices? All suffices reckoned rightly: Spring shall bloom where now the ice is, Roses make the bramble sightly, And the quickening sun shine brightly, And the latter wind blow lightly, And my garden teem with spices. (Part of a poem by Christina Rossetti)
20th century

© Mary Evans Picture Library/Peter & Dawn Cope Collection

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Primula Juliae (Juliana Primrose) Featured Spring Image

Primula Juliae (Juliana Primrose)

Primula Juliae (Juliana Primrose), a flowering plant of the Primulaceae family, named after the person who discovered it in April 1900 in the Caucasus Mountains of south west Russia, Julia Mlokossjewicz. It has a bright purple flower with a yellow centre. Seen here growing in a rocky setting. The Latin name primula refers to flowers that are among the first to open in spring

© Mary Evans/Reginald A. Malby & Co. Collection