- Wood Anemone/Wind Flower
- Anemone nemorosa
A wild flower, commonly known as the wood anemone, smellfox, or crowfoot, is a species of the genus Anemone. The flower has no honey and little scent, and apparently relies little on the visits of insects for the fertilization of its one-celled seed-vessels, which are in form like those of the butter-cup, arranged in a mass in the centre of the many stamens, and are termed achenes. As in all the Anemones, there are no true petals, what seem so are really the sepals, which have assumed the colouring and characteristics of petals.