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At a time of year when the ground is mostly bare, clusters of starry-eyed hepaticas are a heavenly sight, appearing during the first mild spells of each new year.


GAP Photos/Nicola Stocken

Feature No:   3180 

Qty of Images:    62 


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At the touch of sunshine, they open to reveal radiant flowers, glistening like gems in shades of coral pink, sapphire blue or opal white. Hovering just inches above the ground, each flower rests on three plain bracts, balanced on short stems above leafy clumps of intriguingly lobed leaves. Diminutive of stature, these perennials nonetheless have a powerful presence that heralds the approach of spring.



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