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Anemone blanda Schott & Kotschy, 1854

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Anemone blanda Schott & Kotschy, 1854
Common names: Grecian Windflower, Greek Thimbleweed [En], Anémone de Grèce, Anémone charmante [Fr], Oosterse anemoon [Nl], Balkan-Windröschen [De], Ανεμώνα η χαρίεσσα, Ανεμώνα του βουνού [Gr], Dağ Lalesi, Yoğurt çiçeği [Tu]

Fetiye, MUGLA ● Turkey

Description: Perennial low plant, to 15cm. Leaves with three lobed and toothed segments. Flowers violet-blue, pink or rarely white

Biology: It blooms from March to May, according the locations.

Habitat: Rocky soils, light woods, mainly in mountains. Up to 2600 m.

Distribution: Albania, Grèce, Turkey, Cyprus, Lebanon and Syria.

References:
Blamey M., Grey-Wilson Ch., 2005. Wild Flowers of the Mediterranean, Domino Guides, London.