11 responses to “Fritillaria recurva”

  1. S Bearpark

    What a beautiful orchid!! I love the colours and the frilly nature of it. Also Congratulations on the 2,000 photos shared… these images and information brighten every day and teach me a great deal!
    Enjoy your upcoming vacation and I hope it is filled with numerous botanical delights

  2. Eric La Fountaine

    Yes it is another beautiful photo from Eric Hunt and Eric has a website on orchids, but this photo is not of an orchid, but a fritillary of the Liliaceae or lily family.

  3. Sue Frisch

    Congratulations on the milestone, Daniel, and thanks for the gorgeous photo!

  4. elizabeth a airhart

    how grand for you daniel you have made botaday a world wide
    favorite place to visit thank you
    tis full of the moon and the little folk will be haveing spring time
    parties and if you look carefully you will see the wee ones
    inside erics flowers polishing up the flowers for the photo shoot
    they like to go on vacations daniel
    happy spring -easter- pass over- peeps and chocolate bunnies
    to daniel and company

  5. michael aman

    Congratulations on 2,000! Daniel, what did you do to celebrate?
    Also, I’d be interested in seeing a series on plants whose survival is being especially threatened/challenged by climate change; maybe not an official Zone change, but spring coming too late or early, summer too dry or moist, winter coming too soon, pollinators being driven away etc.

  6. bev

    Congratulations, Daniel! I think I may have enjoyed all 2000 of them!

  7. Eliane Morris

    Thank you so much for this and all other beautiful photographs that I recieve !
    It is always a pleasure to dicover new plants !
    Eliane Morris from Belgium .

  8. Mary Yee

    Echoing Eliane, it has been a great pleasure to discover and learn about plants new to me. Thank you, Daniel and UBC.

  9. Ron Mudd

    Fantastic picture.
    I grow these beautiful plants in my glasshouses and garden here in North Eastern England, and it is such a pleasure for me to see them growing in the wild.
    Thank you.

  10. Andy MacKinnon

    Let me join the chorus congratulating you, Daniel, on 2000 postings. What a terrific accomplishment!
    Posting from Haida Gwaii, where we had snow 3 days ago, yet the bold salmonberry blossoms are breaking bud.

  11. Janeal Thompson

    Congratulations on your 2000 posting–your commentaries and photographs are always enlightening. Thank you again for all of your time and efforts. My best from southeastern Colorado.

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