Yellow, young and free.

I do not know what kind of flowers these are, but they are among the very first to appear here in the spring. Large

EDIT: Thank you to all who have identified these lovely flowers has lesser celandine.

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76 thoughts on “Yellow, young and free.

  1. Those are gorgeous! And you are lucky to have any flowers at all at this time of year, at least from my perspective.

    The first green shoots of my crocuses have *just* pushed through the last of the melting snow here in my neck of the woods! πŸ™‚

  2. I think they are celandine too. Just beautiful, like you make everything. Are they blooming now? I was wondering what zone you garden in?
    Have a great weekend.

  3. I have these flowers in my yard. I have no idea what they are either – but they can be a little weedy. They completely disappear after they bloom so it doesn’t bother me. I love your shot of them.

  4. Thanks for your comment. I’ve just started a macro flower meme and I came back to invite you to participate with your beautiful flowers.
    I hope you do. Coffee is ready.

  5. Difficult to say what kind of flower this is.
    For finding out the type you need pix from leaves and so on 😦
    But i also think (after looking in my flower-book) that it is a “lesser celandine”. Growing “march-may” is ok…
    Don’t eat it, its toxic πŸ˜‰

  6. Great shot-I love the “flowers unknown.” Beautiful colors and most excellent bokeh. Maybe, if we all knew what they were (exactly) we would not love them so much, so it might be best to leave them a bit mysterious and not find out what they are? Pretty no matter the name, I’d say!

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