Wiosenny roślinny update / Spring plant update [#86] PL/ENG

A więc to już oficjalne, wiosna przyszła po raz kolejny. Gdzie tylko się da natura eksploduje zielenią. Gdyby ktoś nie wychodził na zewnątrz, to dzięki temu wpisowi będziecie mogli przekonać się o tym na własne oczy. Na początek roślinność dzika.

It's final and official, spring is among us again. Wherever it's possible nature explodes with greenery. If you live under a rock, and you have no idea what's going up outside, this post will help you keep up with what's going up during spring time. At least in southern Poland.

Szczawik zajęczy to taka mała, urocza roślinka, którą najczęściej widuję w lasach, a teraz właśnie kwitnie na biało. Charakterystyczne listki można sobie zjeść, mają kwaskowaty posmak, nazwa zobowiązuje.

Wood sorrel (Oxalis acetosella) is small and cute plant growing mostly in forests. It's typical to Europe and epithet acetosella refers to its sour taste. You can eat it! This little buddy is tasty and hard to be mistaken with anything else.

Kolejne białe kwiatki to zawilec gajowy, prawie zawsze rośnie w dużych grupach w lasach liściastych i mieszanych. Ten gatunek rozprzestrzenia się bardzo powoli, gdy spotkacie zawilca możecie więc być prawie pewni, że las w tym miejscu rośnie od dawna. Wczesna wiosna to też najlepsza pora roku na detekcję dzikich wysypisk śmieci, wszystko widać jak na dłoni.

Wood anemone (Anemonoides nemorosa) is another forest plant native to Europe. It grows usually in groups and these stand out in forests still waking up to life. Also as a species which spreads very slowly wood anemone is indicative for old forests. This part of the year is the best time to spot trash dumped in nature, you can see it all.

Tę roślinę poznałem dopiero w tym roku, jest to ciemiężyca zielona, rośnie na podmokłych terenach. W Polsce chroniona prawem. Roślina silnie toksyczna. Pokrój i soczysta zieleń bardzo mi się spodobały.

Vertrum lobelianum is a poisonous plant which I just get to know few days ago. I liked it a lot and that was no surprise I didn't know it before when I got to know this plant belongs to endangered species and is very rare.

A ci kosmici to wiosenne pędy zarodnikowe skrzypu. Niedługo będą obumierać po wysłaniu w powietrze miliardów malutkich zarodników. Pędy te można sobie pozbierać, usmażyć i zjeść. W Internecie bez problemu znajdziecie jakiś przepis.

These little aliens are spring branches of common horsetail (equisetum arvense). These will be gone after few days, during this time they are spreading spores. You might hurry and forage whole branches to fry it and eat its alien flesh. It's weird experience but totally worth trying.

Pięknie kwitną też już dzikie bratki.

I really enjoy seeing wild pansy too. These are very common in Poland.

A wracając wczoraj z biura rowerem spotkałem taki oto dość wiosenny mural.

Doesn't this mural bring spring to your mind? It does for me. This is the final sign I met yesterday while cycling back from my office.

Widać więc to już bardzo wyraźnie, natura budzi się do życia, nic nie jest jednak przesądzone ostatecznje aż do zimnej Zośki. To właśnie mniej więcej w połowie maja, zgodnie z mądrością ludową, ale też badaniami statystycznymi klimatologów, zimne dni ostatecznie odchodzą w niepamięć, szansa na przymrozki jest minimalna. Przynajmniej aż do jesieni.

Yeah, signs of the spring might be obvious but nothing is final until half of the may, then we can observe climate phenomenon known as Ice Saints. Both traditional folklore and statistical research show then we can expect last really cold days. Afterwards plants in gardens can thrive safely.

Nie przez przypadek więc to właśnie 16 maja odbędzie się szósty już Światowy Dzień Sadzenia Dynii W Miejscach Publicznych. W tym roku zamierzam przygotować się lepiej niż do ostatnich edycji. Wciskanie pestek w grunt zadziałało dość słabo. Tak wygladają moje tegoroczne kiełkujace dynie na parapecie. Cud życia!

It's not a surprise 16th May will be celebrated as 6th International Day Of Planting Pumpkin in Public Space. During last two editions I just planted seeds randomly. Unfortunately it didn't bring any pumpkin plant to life as far as I know. This year will be different. I planted seeds beforehand in my appartment. Here is a miracle of life!


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So beautiful!!! 😆😆😆 The fourth pic, we call it 'tsukushi' in Japanese, and we eat it in Japan lol~~~!! I found some in Sweden, and I tried if I can eat or not, and, yup, it was good! The Japanese eat everything, I guess lol😆🤭🤭 https://ecency.com/tsukushi/@mizuosemla/tsukushi
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Yeah, I ate these once too. I found about it in the book about wild, edible plants of Polish flora.

It was a peculiar experience :D

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Oh, the Polish eat it too! It's nice to find a similarity between Japan and Poland 🤭
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It's not popular at all. Eating wild plants is more like a trendy, hipster thing for people being into nature. However due to periods of hunger and austerity there is a history of eating wild plants.

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Yeah, I see I see! It is the same in Japan! It used to be very common, but eating wild plants is for the rich now in Japan! It used to be for people who live in rural areas because they do not have not so many things to eat, but nowadays, it has become 'hipster' as you mentioned, and it has become a 'vegan eating habit' which is pretty expensive in Japan! Hahaha! 😆
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Wow, so it's something our countries have in common after all :)

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Thanks for the info!
I haven't checked the Ragnarok update recently, and it seems that they had updated a lot! I'll check about #duat later then 😆👍🎮🎮 ありがとうございます😆

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So much love 😆 Thank you! Also, I love broccoli as well, mostly lightly steamed/almost raw. :)

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