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End of last summer. Don't you just miss it? Anthriscus sylvestris.

Nature and landscape close to the line of the Wansdyke in the North Wessex Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, Wiltshire.

Anthriscus sylvestris, known as cow parsley, wild chervil, wild beaked parsley, or keck is a herbaceous biennial or short-lived perennial plant in the family Apiaceae, genus Anthriscus. It is also sometimes called mother-die, a name that is also applied to the common hawthorn.

 

During our exercise in the woods I’ve watched this grow from nothing to 4/5 feet tall in a matter of weeks. It now lines the paths and fills the woods with its frothy flowers.

 

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A fairly old shot, well not that old...taken last May, but freshly played with in 2019!

Happy Umbellifer Wednesday :)

Canon EOS 550D EF-S55-250mm f/4-5.6 IS

ƒ/5.6 250.0 mm 1/320 iso 100

Cow parsley - anthriscus sylvestris

 

I'd like to say that I battled the snow/sleet on Sunday, waited in the freezing cold until the moon broke through and lit up the remains of the cow parsley seed heads silhouetted against the light - but a) that would be a very long sentence and b) it would be a little bit untrue! This is actually an old shot that I've played with in PSE using a seasons filter and then fiddled a bit more with the colour...

 

Canon EOS 550D EF-S55-250mm f/4-5.6 IS

ƒ/5.6 131.0 mm 1/4000 ISO 100

 

Happy Umbellifer Wednesday! :)

Cow parsley - sylvestris anthriscus

 

Happy Umbellifer Wednesday!

 

Canon EOS 550D EF-S55-250mm f/4-5.6 IS

ƒ/5.0 116.0 mm 1/4000 ISO 100

  

After my walk the other day along the Gein River - see previous photo - I returned to the metro station 'Gaasperplas' via Driemond and the paths of the Gaasperplaspark. All is now in High Spring Mode as attested by the profusion of Cow Parsley under the greening Trees of the Park.

... of cow parsley

 

Happy Umbellifer Wednesday! :)

 

Canon EOS 550D EF-S55-250mm f/4-5.6 IS

ƒ/5.6 250.0 mm 1/160 ISO 200

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... of Cow Parsley!

Happy Umbellifer Wednesday :)

 

Canon EOS 550D EF-S55-250mm f/4-5.6 IS

ƒ/5.0 116.0 mm 1/500 iso 200

  

www.youtube.com/watch?v=kcihcYEOeic

Cow parsley (Anthriscus sylvestris, Apiaceae) is a herbaceous biennial or short-lived perennial plant native to Europe, western Asia and northwestern Africa.

Western Carpathian Mts., Romania

Look at those serrated black antennae. Aren't they handsome and set off nicely against the cardinal red of our Beetle? There are now lots of them especially on Cow Parsley here in the Gaasperplaspark on this gorgeous Spring Day (though with a chilly wind).

cerfeuil sauvage "Anthriscus sylvestris ombelle" or more simply wild chervil ...

 

Cow parsley

Anthriscus sylvestris

 

This is a sunset shot from last year that I've reprocessed with my favourite colour, cyan. Haven't done this for a while, well a couple of weeks...

Canon EOS 550D EF-S55-250mm f/4-5.6 IS

ƒ/5.6 194.0 mm 1/3200 ISO 100

 

Happy Umbellifer Wednesday :))

Cow Parsley | Anthriscus sylvestris | Apiaceae

 

Samsung NX1 & Super-Takumar - 50mm f/1.4

8 Elements | f/2.8 | Manual Focus | Available Light | Handheld

 

All Rights Reserved. © Nick Cowling 2020.

 

Anthriscus sylvestris

Cow parsley (Anthriscus sylvestris (L.) Hoffm) and a bee

, Vilallonga de Ter, Ulldeter, Ripollès, Girona, Catalonia.

 

CATALÀ

El cerfull bord (Anthriscus sylvestris) és una espècie de planta de la família de les apiàcies que prolifera en prats dalladors, obagues, herbassars megafòrbics i ruderals, freqüent als Països Catalans.

Característiques: Planta robusta i perenne de 0,5-1,5 m d'alt; fulles tripinnades de lòbuls dividits pinnadament. Umbel·la de 4-15 amb radis primaris sense bràctees; molts radis secundaris amb bractèoles ovatolanceolades. Flors blanques de 3,5-4 mm; fruit ovoide-oblong de 7- 10 mm. Floreix de maig a juliol als Països Catalans.

VIQUIPÈDIA

 

Nota: Qui miri el que diu la Wikipedia en anglès al final diu que és comestible.

 

ENGLISH

Anthriscus sylvestris, known as cow parsley, wild chervil, wild beaked parsley, or keck, is a herbaceous biennial or short-lived perennial plant in the family Apiaceae (Umbelliferae), genus Anthriscus. It is also sometimes called mother-die (especially in the UK), a name that is also applied to the common hawthorn. It is native to Europe, western Asia and northwestern Africa; in the south of its range in the Mediterranean region, it is limited to higher altitudes. It is related to other diverse members of Apiaceae, such as parsley, carrot, hemlock and hogweed. It is often confused with Daucus carota which is known as Queen Anne's lace or wild carrot, also a member of the Apiaceae.

The hollow stem grows to a height of 60–170 cm (24–67 in), branching to umbels of small white flowers. Flowering time is mid spring to early summer.

The tripinnate leaves are 15–30 cm (5.9–11.8 in) long and have a triangular form. The leaflets are ovate and subdivided.

Cow parsley grows in sunny to semi-shaded locations in meadows and at the edges of hedgerows and woodland. It is a particularly common sight by the roadside. It is sufficiently common and fast-growing to be considered a nuisance weed in gardens. Cow parsley's ability to grow rapidly through rhizomes and to produce large quantities of seeds in a single growing season has made it an invasive species in many areas of the United States. Vermont has listed cow parsley on its "Watch List" of invasive species, while Massachusetts has banned the sale of the plant. It is classed as a Class B Noxious Weed in the State of Washington since 1989, where its sale is also banned. In Iceland, cow parsley has been classified as an alien invasive species.

Cow parsley is considered to be edible, its flavour is sharper than garden chervil, with a hint of carrot, to which it is related.

  

Happy Umbellifer Wednesday!

 

I managed to find one Lindsey :))

 

Canon EOS 550D EF-S55-250mm f/4-5.6 IS

ƒ/5.6 250.0 mm 1/1600 iso 200

Cow Parsley | Anthriscus sylvestris | Apiaceae

 

Samsung NX1 & Kiron 105mm f/2.8 Macro

Wide Open | Manual Focus | Available Light | Handheld

 

All Rights Reserved. © Nick Cowling 2019.

Cow Parsley | Anthriscus sylvestris | Apiaceae

 

Samsung NX1 & Kiron 105mm f/2.8 Macro

Wide Open | Manual Focus | Available Light | Handheld

 

All Rights Reserved. © Nick Cowling 2019.

© WJP Productions 2017

 

Landkaartje op fluitenkruid (NL)

Het landkaartje (Araschnia levana) is een dagvlinder uit de familie Nymphalidae. De onderkant van de vleugels is een netwerk van lijnen en daar dankt deze vlinder zijn naam aan. Bijzonder aan deze vlinder is dat er twee vormen zijn. De eerste generatie in het voorjaar is oranjerood met zwarte vlekken terwijl de zomergeneratie zwart is met een witte band en rood-oranje streepjes op de bovenvleugel. De voorjaarsgeneratie is ook kleiner dan de zomergeneratie. Door het aderwerk op de onderzijde kan de zomervorm niet verward worden met andere vlinders zoals de kleine ijsvogelvlinder of de voorjaarsvorm met parelmoervlinders. Het seizoendimorfisme wordt veroorzaakt door de diapauze die de overwinterende poppen van de voorjaarsvorm ondergaan. Het landkaartje komt in grote delen van Europa algemeen voor en heeft als leefgebied bossen, tuinen, en bosranden. De vliegtijd is van mei tot en met oktober.

 

Map (butterfly) on wild beaked parsley (EN)

The map (Araschnia levana) is a butterfly of the Nymphalidae family. It is common throughout the lowlands of central and eastern Europe, and is expanding its range in western Europe. The map is unusual in that its two annual broods look very different. The summer brood are black with white markings, looking like a miniature version of the white admiral and lacking most of the orange of the pictured spring brood.

 

bron/source: nl.wikipedia.org/wiki/Landkaartje

Cow parsley

anthriscus sylvestris

 

New little flowers starting to emerge...

Happy umbellifer Wednesday! :)

I knew there were lyrics with parsley in them... just took me a while to remember...

www.youtube.com/watch?v=BYQaD2CAi9A

 

HUW! :)

anthriscus sylvestris

cow parsley

 

... because it's Wednesday :)

  

 

Yes, it's Wednesday!

This is the colour version of the b&w one I posted a couple of weeks ago...

anthriscus sylvestris

cow parsley

 

a little dark, but I've been enjoying myself!

Happy Umbellifer Wednesday :))

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Het fluitenkruid dankt zijn naam aan het feit dat van de stengel fluitjes gemaakt kunnen worden. Om een fluit te maken moet bij een holle fluitenkruidpijp, met onderaan een dichte knoop, ongeveer halverwege een snee overlangs gemaakt worden.

 

De plant werd door Jac. P. Thijsse ook wel 'Hollands kant' genoemd. Dit omdat de bloemen fijn van vorm zijn. In Groningen en Friesland wordt ze ook wel pinksterbloem genoemd, niet te verwarren met de eigenlijke pinksterbloem

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The flute herb gets its name from the fact that whistles can be made from the stem. To make a flute, you have to make a lengthwise cut about halfway up a hollow flute herb pipe, with a closed knot at the bottom.

 

The plant was planted by Jac. P. Thijsse also called 'Dutch lace'. This is because the flowers have a fine shape. In Groningen and Friesland it is also known as a Pentecostal flower, not to be confused with the actual Pentecostal flower.

cow parsley

anthriscus sylvestris

 

Spring umbels - HUW! :)

THANKS FOR YOUR VISIT AND FAVES

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Fluitenkruid (Anthriscus sylvestris) komt in Nederland en Vlaanderen algemeen voor, in het bijzonder op plaatsen die met gras begroeid zijn. De plant komt veelal talrijk voor in wegbermen die hierdoor wit gekleurd worden.

 

Het fluitenkruid dankt zijn naam aan het feit dat van de stengel fluitjes gemaakt kunnen worden. Om een fluit te maken moet bij een holle fluitenkruidpijp, met onderaan een dichte knoop, ongeveer halverwege een snee overlangs gemaakt worden.

 

De plant werd door Jac. P. Thijsse ook wel 'Hollands kant' genoemd. Dit omdat de bloemen fijn van vorm zijn. In Groningen en Friesland wordt ze ook wel pinksterbloem genoemd, niet te verwarren met de eigenlijke pinksterbloem.

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Common wheat (Anthriscus sylvestris) is common in the Netherlands and Flanders, especially in grassy areas. The plant is often abundant in roadsides that are colored white.

 

The common herb owes its name to the fact that whistles can be made from the stem. To make a flute, a hollow whistle spice pipe, with a closed knot at the bottom, should be cut about halfway along a cut.

 

The plant was made by Jac. P. Thijsse also called 'Dutch lace'. This is because the flowers are fine in shape. In Groningen and Friesland she is also called Pentecostal, not to be confused with the actual Pentecostal flower.

... thought I'd try it in cyan

Happy Umbellifer Wednesday! :)

This is exactly the same shot as the one I posted earlier only with a different filter, seasons/winter on PE, then I fiddled a bit more with the colour too. Amazing how different the same shot can look isn't it..

HUW! :)

 

Cow parsley

Anthriscus sylvestris

A little known story, but in the 18th century Dick Turpin roamed the forests of cow parsley. This was when people were much shorter than nowadays and cow parsley forests were very real and sometimes frightening places to be in. I took this a while ago (not in the 18th century tho..) and some of you may remember when I posted it before, (I’ve given it a fresh coat of paint here) It wasn't until I'd got home that I noticed the shadowy figure in the bokeh, spooky eh.... I wonder if you can see Dick Turpin too? Or maybe I've got it wrong and it's someone else...

 

Happy Umbellifer Wednesday! :)

 

Canon EOS 550D EF-S55 250mm f/4-5.6 IS

ƒ/5.6 250.0 mm 1/500 iso100

Cow Parsley | Anthriscus sylvestris | Apiaceae

 

Samsung NX1 & Steinheil Munchen 'Cassar S' - 50mm f/2.8

10mm Macro Tube | 12 Aperture Blades | Wide Open | Manual Focus | Available Light | Handheld

 

All Rights Reserved. © Nick Cowling 2018.

No new shots yet, so as I missed last week thought I’d better try and conjure something up for this week! I had a few just bokeh images from last year and although I liked them wasn’t sure anyone else would! Then yesterday I thought maybe I’d try and merge in a detailed flower among the bokeh.. I’ve got a few different colour versions of this, can’t make up my mind..

Happy Umbellifer Wednesday! :)

 

Two exposures - merged in ps

Well, maybe! I always think when you crouch down and take shots through cow parsley it's like a little forest... smaller but everything's relative depending on how big you are! Anyway, I'm afraid that this is rather an old shot, similar to ones I've previously posted, but it is different, roll on spring!

 

Cow parsley - sylvestris anthriscus

Happy Umbellifer Wednesday!

 

Canon EOS 550D EF-S55-250mm f/4-5.6 IS

ƒ/5.6 229.0 mm 1/400 ISO 100

I didn't know what that meant until recently, well five minutes ago actually! I often struggle for a title unless it hits me straight away but it's quite fun discovering new words.Senescence is the process of aging and I thought it went rather well with these fading wildflowers.

 

Cow parsley

Anthriscus sylvestris

 

Happy Umbellifer Wednesday! :)

 

Canon EOS 550D EF-S55-250mm f/4-5.6 IS

ƒ/5.6 96.0 mm 1/4000 ISO 100

Yes, I know I'm guilty of this! Not quite the same though, I've used different tones and it's a bit darker... but I haven't deviated from the theme and I only hesitated briefly before posting this!!

Happy Umbellifer Wednesday :)

... through the cow parsley. I took this ages ago, I know it's a bit hard to work out but I keep going back to it. I've tried making the window a bit clearer but it just looks wrong, so I've decided to accept it's a misty window caused by the blowing around flower heads.

 

Canon EOS 550D EF-S55-250mm f/4-5.6 IS

ƒ/5.6 250.0 mm 1/1000s iso100

 

Happy Umbellifer Wednesday! :)

... of cow parsley!

 

Canon EOS 550D EF-S55-250mm f/4-5.6 IS

ƒ/5.6 250.0 mm 1/800 ISO 200

 

Happy Umbellifer Wednesday :)

I love to look closely in nature,

to find something special. Sometimes

I will be rewarded. Never before I've had a

Ladybug seen in Queen Anne's Lace :-)

I was so pleased that I forgot to breathe,

so I do not spoil the click. Do you know that too ?

One do not have to fly to feel free.

 

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