Periwinkle – A Perpetual Flower That Can Bloom Throughout the Year

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Periwinkle is also called “Myrtle”. This popular ground cover is about six inches tall. It sends out runners over the soil surface that root...

Chrysanthemum – A Flowering Plant Comes in Several Shapes

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Chrysanthemum, sometimes called “mums” or “chrysanths”, are flowering plants of the genus Chrysanthemum in the family Asteraceae. They are native to Asia and northeastern...

Magnificent Delphinium Flower Spikes in Their Own Way

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An idea of luxury is to always have plenty of Delphinium Flower. They’re not reliable in a hot climate, so you must replace several...
Trumpet vine is hummingbird favorite plant, the red orange 2 to 3 inch, trumpet shaped flowers, bloom in July with long, slender bill of the hummingbird,

Trumpet Vine – Hummingbird’s Favorite Flower

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Trumpet vine is a perfect example of a hummingbird plant. It's red-orange two to three-inch, trumpet-shaped flowers, which bloom in mid-July have evolved along...

Gloxinia – Attention-Grabbing Flower

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Gloxinia "Sinningia Speciosa" is a very beautiful plant when in bloom. It is apt to receive it as a gift—a cluster of large bell-shaped...

Dahlia – Comes in Endless Flower Classification

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Dahlia is one of those plants with endless flower classifications. Some are single, like daisies. Some are like round balls others are “Cactus-Flowered”, “Orchid-Flower”...
people’s minds is Clematis an extremely varied genus numbering about 150 species of almost worldwide distribution.

How to Grow Clematis

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Mention climbing plants and the name that springs to most people’s minds is Clematis an extremely varied genus numbering about 150 species of almost...
Peony flowers are classified as “doubles” huge round balls with many petals, however, semi-doubles with fewer petals

Peony Flower – Doubles Huge Round Balls with Many Petals

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Peony flowers are classified as “doubles” huge round balls with many petals, however, semi-doubles with fewer petals and “single” with one sparser row of...

Lantana Heads – Clusters of Tiny Flowers

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Lantana Heads are perennials grown as half-hardy annuals in most climates or wintered over indoors. Lantana cameras can grow as tall as 10 feet...

Moraea Villosa – Beautiful Eye Shaped Flower

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The beautiful Moraea Villosa is a species of peacock moraea. It is normally a group of plants named for the large conspicuous eye-like eye-shaped...

The Goldenrod Flowers

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Solidago commonly called Goldenrod is a genus of about 100 to 120 species of flowering plants in the aster family, Asteraceae. Most people are...

Rafflesia – One of Largest Flower in the World

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Rafflesia is a genus of parasitic flowering plants. It contains about 28 species including 4 partly characterized species as recognized by Willem Meijer in...
How to Grow, and Care for Tulip Flowers like a Jeweled Crown

How to Grow Tulip Flowers like a Jeweled Crown

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A yard with a lot of Tulip Flowers blooming in it looks like a jeweled crown. There are so many wonderful Tulip Flowers that...

Begonia – Grow a Perennial Flowering Plant

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Begonia or Tuberhybridais a genus of perennial flowering plants in the family Begoniaceae. The genus contains 1,795 different plant species. The Begonias are native...
Lily of the Valley (Convallaria Majalis), every so often written lily-of-the-valley. Actually, its scientific name is “Convallaria majalis” and is pleasantly scented.

The Sweetly Scented Lily of the Valley

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Lily of the Valley is every so often written lily-of-the-valley. Actually, its scientific name is “Convallaria majalis” and is pleasantly scented. It is a...
Veronicas are normally blue but sometime lavender, pink or white.

Five Rare Beautiful Flowers in The World

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We've jotted down five rare and beautiful flowers in the world. We hope you will like these flowers. 1. Oenothera Well, Oenothera is a genus of...

Lily Flower Information – Wide Range of Shape Colors, and Sizes

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Lily Flower Information you should know before proceeding for lily. These are the true lilies as opposed to the daylilies described in this article...

Psychotria Elata aka Hooker’s Lips – The Kissable Flower

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Wow, you might be never seeing this plant in your life. Because this is the most elegant pair of red, luscious lips belonging to...

Ficus – Most Popular House Plant

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One of the most popular houseplants is the weeping fig, also called Ficus benjamina”, normally just called “ficus”. Though related to the edible fig,...
Within the genus Quiabentia, there are two species one found in Brazil and the other in Bolivia, Paraguay, and Argentina.

Quiabentia (Britton & Rose 1923)

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Within the genus Quiabentia, there are two species: one found in Brazil and the other in Bolivia, Paraguay, and Argentina. There was early and lingering...

Amorphophallus Titanum – A Large and Unsual Shape Flowering Plant

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The Amorphophallus titanum plant has been known for its large size and unusual shape. It is also called the corpse flower because of its...
It is commonly observed that nature is extremely strange, and naked eyes sometimes nonplus the human beings.

Pholisma Sonorae – The Most Bizarre Wildflower

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It is commonly observed that nature is extremely strange. The naked eyes sometimes nonplus the human beings. In North America, the flower Pholisma Sonorae...
Gaillardia common name blanket flower is a genus of flowering plants in the sunflower family, Asteraceae, native to North and South America.

The Perennial Blanket Flower

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Gaillardia common name Blanket Flower is a genus of flowering plants in the sunflower family, Asteraceae, native to North and South America.  Blank Flower...
So keep in mind that Hyacinth bulbs are poisonous; they contain oxalic acid and handling hyacinth bulbs can cause mild skin irritation.

Grow Hyacinth Flower For Fragrance and Colors

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Hyacinth Flower is a small genus of bulbous flowering plants in the family Asparagaceae, subfamily Scilloideae. To grow Hyacinth Flower actually perfume the room,...
Polaskia chende looks like tree cacti, branching terminally to 4 m (13 feet) high with distinct trunks to 80 cm (31 in) high and 25–30 cm (9.8–12 inches) in diameter.

Polaskia chende (Roland-Gosselin) A. C. Gibson & K. E. Horak 1978

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Polaskia chende looks like tree cacti, branching terminally to 4 m (13 feet) high with distinct trunks to 80 cm (31 in) high and...