Simple Childhood - Aylin Yesilyurt
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Everyone loves to decorate their homes with exotic, and all kinds of unique looking flowers from all over the world, but if you happen to live at the northern hemisphere you might have seen the Cardamine pratensis everywhere around spring time. I spend majority of my childhood picking those flowers in our backyard and making little bouquets out of them. The beauty of common field flowers are sometime overlooked, and yet every year, whenever I see fields filled with Cardamine pratensis I have a feeling it is hard to miss. Cardamine pratensis is a plant growing up to 40–60cm tall, with 5–12cm long leaves with and 3-15 leaflets, each leaflet about 1cm long. The flowers are produced on a spike 10–30 cm long, each flower 1–2 cm in diameter with four pale pink petals. The style of the fruit is short or longish. It grows best close to water and fertile grounds. They are very resilient flowers, yet only have a lifespan of a few weeks at best from april up until the end of May.
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