Cerastium uniflorum

Mouse-ear chickweed. Thrives on lime-poor scree in alpine to nival altitudes (2,000 - 3,500m), where actually only lichens and mosses occur. (Seen while descending from Grosser Ilfinger (South Tyrol, Italy) to an altitude of approx. 2,550 m.)


Einblütiges Hornkraut. Gedeiht auf kalkarmem Schutt in alpinen bis nivalen Höhenlagen (2.000 - 3.500m), wo eigentlich nur noch Flechten und Moose vorkommen. (Gesehen beim Abstieg vom Großen Ilfinger (Südtirol, Italien) auf ca. 2.550 m Höhe.)
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Marie-claire Gallet said:

WOWWWWWW!!! Alles was ich so gern habe, Bernard !!!!!!!!!!
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HappySnapper said:

Pretty little Alpine succulent.
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Nicole Merdrignac said:

Superbe capture. Nicole.
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Clickity Click said:

Amazing to see such a lovely plant growing in the mountain terrain. Thanks also for your visits and faves Bernard.
9 days ago

Bergfex said:

Danke euch für euer Feedback!
Und nun ab in die Ferien!
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Pam J said:

Exquisite !
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Jaap van 't Veen said:

Wow, what a beautiful alpine flowers Bernhard.
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cp_u said:

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Larry Drummond said:

Beautiful delicate detail !
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Helmer Lortz said:

Schöne Ferien!
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Manfred said:

...herrlich! ***
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neira-Dan said:

une belle rencontre bien capturée
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Trudy Tuinstra said:

lovely little flower
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