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1 March 2019

Stinzenflora-monitor 2019: Calendar week 9

Squill (Scilla bifolia) in the Martenatuin (Franeker).

Squill (Scilla bifolia) in the Martenatuin (Franeker).

At the moment we are at a temporary turning point in the growth and flowering of Stinzenplants that is accompanied by a weather change. The unusually warm weather is now alternated by somewhat more normal weather and therefore lower temperatures. – Read More –

22 February 2019

Stinzenflora-monitor 2019: Calendar week 8

Diifferent Snowdrops in Park Jongemastate.

The Snowdrops with green and yellow ovaries mix in Park Jongemastate.

The prospects for the weekend and the days after are again excellent. Many correspondents report that this year both the Crocuses and the Snowdrops do exceptionally well. – Read More –

15 February 2019

Stinzenflora-monitor: Calendar week 7

A bee enjoys the Winter Aconites at Stinze Stiens.

A bee enjoys the Winter Aconites in the warm sunshine at Stinze Stiens.

We had some wonderful days this week and for the coming week the predictions are quite good too. The stinzenflora is now developing rapidly, but its development differs from place to place. – Read More –

9 February 2019

Stinzenflora-monitor 2019: Calendar week 6

Melting snow on the Snowdrops at Martenstate.

Melting snow on the Snowdrops at Martenstate.

This is the first report of the Calendar of the Stinzenflora-monitor in 2019. The theme this year is ‘OndersteBoven van Stinzenplanten‘. (Downside up of Stinzenplants) The table has been renewed. It has been made more compact. There is now no longer the need to scrol and the difference between the category ‘full’ and ‘high’ was so small that it is now limited to ‘full’. And did you know that you can enlarge photos by clicking on them? We are ready for a new spring season. – Read More –

1 December 2018

Stinzenflora-monitor: Calendar 2019, 9 February online

Bulbous Corydalis at Martenastate.

Bulbous Corydalis at Martenastate.

Strolling along Stinzen, country houses and other special monumental homes is becoming a popular activity in early spring for more and more people. The first spring flowering plants, ‘Stinzenplants’, colour the estates and park gardens from mid-February. The Stinzenflora season runs until mid-May. There are differences between years for the optimal flowering times of these plants and therefore we created the Stinzenflora-monitor where you can see when, where what blooms. – Read More –

11 May 2018

Stinzenflora-monitor 2018: Calendar week 19

Star-of-Bethlehem in full bloom along the path to the coach house at Dekema State.

Star-of-Bethlehem in full bloom along the path to the coach house at Dekema State.

At the moment, there are still a lot of Stinzenplants in bloom. This is the last ‘Calendar’ week of the Stinzenflora season 2018 in the Stinzenflora-monitor. And do you know that a photo can be enlarged by clicking on it. – Read More –

4 May 2018

Stinzenflora-monitor 2018: Calendar week 18

Bluebells under the Salmonberry at Stinze Stiens.

Bluebells under the Salmonberry at Stinze Stiens. The Stinzenflora in the garden is now shrouded in the ‘spring ornament’ of Ground Elder, Cow parsley and Dandelions.

The Bluebells will blossom fully in the coming week. Many of the later types of stinzenplanten are growing between the advancing vegetation of Ground Elder and Cow parsley and are sometimes completely covered. – Read More –

21 April 2018

Stinzenflora-monitor 2018: Calendar week 16

Snake's Head Fritillaries, Pastorietuin Easterein.

Snake’s Head Fritillaries, Pastorietuin Easterein.

‘Say it with flowers’ could best be said this week, with the Snake’s Head Fritillaries and the Wild Tulip the ‘Keningin fan de Stinzenblomkes’ (Frysian for ‘Queen of the Stinzenplants), in the leading role. So many beautiful photos have been sent by the correspondents that they actually speak for themselves. – Read More –

13 April 2018

Stinzenflora-monitor 2018: Calendar week 15

Bulbous Corydalis at the St. Vituskerkhof in Stiens. Photo: Stinze Stiens.

Bulbous Corydalis at the St. Vituskerkhof in Stiens. Photo: Stinze Stiens.

We now get more sun and higher temperatures and that means a lot of change. The flowering period of the various species in the gardens and parks are now more synchronous, the differences in moment of flowering are currently relatively small. The bumblebees and bees are busy visiting various flowers. The Bulbous Corydalis is now almost everywhere in bloom. – Read More –

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