In one of the publications, we asked subscribers to share photos of plants growing near the place of your self-isolation.

The members of the group responded to our call and sent their photos. The following plants entered the lens:

Chionodoxa sp. – chionodox.
Brunnera sp. – Brunner.
Ficaria verna Huds. – spring clean.
Acer negundo L. – ash-leaved maple.
Cotoneaster lucidus Schltdl. – cotoneaster is brilliant.
Brassica oleracea L. var. acephala DC. – decorative cabbage.
Padus avium L. – bird cherry.
Anemone nemorosa L. – oak anemone.
Bellis perennis L. – perennial daisy.

Photos of these plants were sent by: Tatyana Fadeeva, Tatyana Matveeva, Lada Belets, Victoria Maxim, Svetlana Krasnova, Irina Vologdina, Julia Belavina. Thank you for taking the time to respond to our call.

I would like to once again express my gratitude to the subscribers who are actively involved in the online life of the group. Dear subscribers, do not hesitate to ask questions. In response, we are always happy to share with you information about the gardens of the Russian Museum. Be healthy, take care of yourself and your loved ones.

We continue to take in the comments photos of plants that you can take within a radius of a hundred meters from your home.

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