Snake's head fritillary flowers

Snake's head fritillary flowers

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Caption: Snake's head fritillary (Fritillaria meleagris) flowers. This perennial plant is native to Europe, where it is found growing in woodlands and meadows. It is a popular garden flower due to its unusual purple-and-white checked drooping flowers, which grow up to 25 centimetres tall. The snake's head fritillary flowers between April and May.

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