Time-lapse Aconite flowers opening and snow melting

Winter Aconites are tough plants and can survive being buried by snow.

This sequence was filmed in my studio. The snow was taken from my garden and took all night to melt.

The flowers open once the snow has melted and the ‘sun’ (my growlight) is switched on.

The view on Youtube:-

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2 Responses to Time-lapse Aconite flowers opening and snow melting

  1. Sheila says:

    Cool video! Thanks for sharing!

  2. John says:

    Great video! The fast forwarding of the opening of the Aconie flower is very nice.

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