Saturday, 19 June 2010


An unusual and lovely card showing an illustration of a plant I know as thrift but more properly Armeria vulgaris.  In German it is Sand-Grasnelke, sand thrift, which ties in with its other name, Armeria maritima.  It is found along the sea coasts.  It was therefore no great surprise to read the information on the back which says it's rarely found in Frankfurt.
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