Mountain meadows


Bistorta officinalis, commonly known as bistort or European bistort, is a species of flowering plants in the dock family Polygonaceae. It is typically found growing in moist meadows e.g. extensively used mountain meadows (Polygono-Trisetion & Arrhenatherion).

Extensively used meadows in the Żywiec Beskids
Extensively used meadows in the Żywiec Beskids



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  1. It looks very pretty. Is this plant harvested for use.?

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  2. These views are splendid with the glorious fields of flowers.

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  3. Pretty flower, especially in fields of rolling hills! Spectacular photos!

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  4. Oh these images are so pretty with the gorgeous flowers an the far off mountains

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  5. Oh my - what a feast for the eyes! So beautiful!
    I hope you'll come link up again at this week's Wordless Wednesday (on Tuesday). It opens in just a few hours!
    http://image-in-ing.blogspot.com/

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  6. Terrific views. Those mountain landscapes are dreamlike. I really have to visit Poland and maybe even make a trip through the Zywiec Beskids mountain range.

    Thanks so much for linking in with "Through My Lens".

    Mersad
    Mersad Donko Photography

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  7. oh these views!! those mountains look a bit like our blue ridge mountains here!

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  8. That truly is an awesome sight. Wish we had some like that in Texas.

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  9. Beautiful mountain photos. The flowers remind me of Lupine. Very impressive.

    Happy Blue Monday. We just arrived home from vacation yesterday. Late catching up. Thank you for joining my blog party.
    Jeanne

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  10. Thank you for joining us at the Floral Friday Fotos meme.

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