GUNNARDECKARE

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Christmas plant/impianto di Natale/Julblommor

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1 In English. 2 In Italiano. 3 På svenska

1

According to Swedish Christmas tradition there should be some specific flowers at Christmas. Due to our climate they are mostly indoors this time of the year but there’s one exception, the Christmas Rose. I have seen it bloom even under the snow!

Christmas rose, poinsettia, amaryllis, hyacinth

2

Una tradizione svedese di Natale è quello di avere particolari “fiori di Natale” al coperta.

Natale rosa, stella di Natale, Amaryllis, giacinto

3

Den första Amaryllisen har slagit här hemma. Den här är vit men vi har köpt i blandade färger. Det finns ju så många vackra varianter. 

Så här års får man glädjas åt inomhusblommor mestadels. Undantaget är Julrosen som verkar kunna blomma när som helst, t.o.m. under snön ibland  Inga knoppar just nu dock.


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Author: gunnardeckare

Jag skriver om deckare, trädgård, natur och våra resor till framförallt Italien/I write about crime fiction, garden, nature and travels to Italy and other countries/ Scrivo di libri gialli e sui nostri viaggi in Italia

6 thoughts on “Christmas plant/impianto di Natale/Julblommor

  1. Anche in Italia si tengono all’interno le stesse piante. Le Stelle di Natale sono le più diffuse; i giacinti sono i miei preferiti; gli amarillys sono bellissimi, ma poi ci litigo perchè negli anni successivi faticano a rifiorire; gli ellebori si sono diffusi molto più recentemente. In Italia vanno molto anche le calancoe e i ciclamini.

  2. This is a beautiful tradition of having living plants with these four lovely flowering plants specifically, G. Hoe you are staying warm and have a happy holiday season. I loved the gingerbread cookies post. 🙂

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