What are common examples of liverworts

Translation of "Leberblümchen" in English

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March, Hepatica bloom in Kütiorg behind our smoke sauna.
March 23rd, Hepatica flowers in Kütiorg behind our smoke sauna.
The Hepatica has a sloping underground rhizome with thick roots.
The hepatica has an underground rhizome obliquely in the ground, with thick roots.
The Hepatica (Hepatica), which often shares the same habitats, is similar.
The liverwort (Hepatica) that often shares the same habitats, is similar.
The Hepatica (Hepatica nobilis) looks pink to us, but blue to bumblebees.
The liverwort (Hepatica nobilis) for example looks pink to us but blue to bumble bees.
More about that Hepatica: Naturegate.
Submitted by Looduskalender - Fri., February 24, 2017 - 9.42 pm Photo Arne Ader Hepatica The search for spring begins on March 1st and will last until the end of May.
Submitted by Looduskalender EN on Thu, 23.02.2017 - 23:57 Photo Arne Ader Hepatica The search for spring begins on March 1st and it will last until the end of May.
The common hazel root is an evergreen, its leathery, kidney-shaped pretty leaves stay green all year round, similar to the Hepatica with which it often even shares the habitat.
The asarabacca or wild pepper is an evergreen, its leathery, kidney-shaped pretty leaves stay green all the year round, similarly to the Hepatica with which it often even shares a habitat.
The Hepatica has a sloping rhizome with thick roots hidden in the ground and the reserves necessary for the flowers are stored there.
The Hepatica has a tilted rhizome with thick roots hidden in the ground and there it stores the reserves needed for flowering.
The flowers of the Hepatica have already formed in summer and remain near the surface of the earth through winter, hidden in the warm layer of musty humus.
The flower buds of the Hepatica are formed already in summer and stay hidden near the soil surface, in the warm debris layer, for winter.
Tibast, Hepatica, Wood anemones, cowslips and lilies of the valley in spring. Flowers often struggle to survive on their own, there are many, because they need regular care.
Tibast, Hepatica, Wood Anemone, Cowslip and Lily of the valley in the spring. Flowers normally find it difficult to survive by itself, there are plenty of because it takes regular care.
The valley also lives up to its name: Favored by its protected location, many flowers such as crocuses thrive in the beautiful area, Hepatica and spring knot flowers that paint the area in bright colors.
Also the valley makes its name: Benefiting from its sheltered position to thrive in the beautiful area many flowers as crocus, hepatica and spring knot flowers that bathe the area in colorful colors.
Who can have a pink-colored, a blue and a light blue one Hepatica find in a forest?
Who can find a pink, blue and a lighter blue hepatica from a forest?
the ladybird and the flowers flowers with the ladybird the ladybird on the flowers Hepatica Hepatica Photo, Hepatica white anemone blooming yellow buttercups flowers the summer the yellow flower
the ladybird and flowers flowers with the ladybird the ladybird on plants liverworts Hepatica white anemones in the efflorescence yellow marsh marigolds flowers summertime the yellow plant flower
In spring, when the soil warms up quickly from the sun's rays, spring bloomers appear like Hepaticawho conjure up blue carpets on the forest floor, followed by anemones.
In spring when the soil is warmed up quickly by sunlight, spring flowers like hepatica appear, which conjure up blue carpets on the forest floor, followed by anemone.
The first Hepatica we have not yet been able to find it.
The first Hepaticas however we have not yet managed to find.
Usually it blooms at the same time as that Hepatica.
Erika, Hepatica and Märzenbecher herald the awakening of nature.
Heather, liverleafs and spring snowflakes announce the awakening of nature.
The lungwort blooms early, but that Hepatica were still buds.
The lungworts flower early but the Hepaticas were still in bud.
Blooming in Hiiumaa Hepatica have already been mentioned.
Flowering in Hiiumaa Hepaticas have already been noted.
The time of Hepatica It's been going on for a few weeks now, and thanks to the cool weather it's not over yet.
The time of hepaticas has lasted some weeks already, and thanks to the cool weather it isn't at an end yet.
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