Seen at Long Hill Gardens in Beverly, Massachusetts.
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Another beautiful flower seen at Long Hill Gardens in Beverly, Massachusetts. Lunaria, also known as the “Honesty”. The name “lunaria” comes fron the Latin for “moon” and refers to the disc shaped flat seedpods that appear as the plant matures.
The gardens at the Long Hill Estate in Beverly, Massachusetts are a most beautiful place for photography! In the coming days I will be posting some of the most beautiful and stunning flowers that were seen here today. You can read more about this gorgeous New England treasure here.
Growing along the edge of my “country” lawn…. invasive, yes – but pretty to photograph!
From Wikipedia – “Chelidonium majus (greater celandine; in Europe tetterwort, although in America the same name refers to bloodroot) is a herbaceous perennial plant, the only species in the genus Chelidonium. It is native to Europe and western Asia and introduced widely in North America.
While the greater celandine belongs to the poppy family, the lesser celandine belongs to the buttercup family.
The flowers consist of four yellow petals, each about 1 cm long, with two sepals. A double-flowered variety occurs naturally.”
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