Wordless Wednesday: krokus

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The King’s Garden, Copenhagen, March 24, 2016.

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7 thoughts on “Wordless Wednesday: krokus

    1. When we were there a week ago, I think the planting was past its best moment. I read the design as a soft plaid, but these photos show — https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rosenborg_Castle_Gardens#/media/File:Kongens_Have_-_spring_flowers.jpg and http://www.evbantiques.com/swedishinteriors/2011/11/crocus-carpet-in-copenhagen.html — that it’s meant to be harder edged cross shapes — I think in reference to the cross on the Danish flag.

      I actually like the later unraveling period that I captured better.

    1. Cindy, thank you very much for the links. Not only did I learn more about The King’s Garden, I also discovered some new information about crocuses, giving me ideas for my own planting in the fall.

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