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Yellow Bell






Yellow Bell Flowers

The yellow bell or Fritillaria pudica is a member of the lily family and it is a favorite bloom of many people, not just because of its beauty but because it is among the first flowers to bloom. 

Naturally, its presence is associated with the coming of spring. Yellow bell,  is small and lovely member of the Lily Family, generally the second flower to bloom in spring.

Daisy Flower


Daisy Flower

Undas Flowers

Undas Flowers

Fuchsia Flower

Fuchsia Flower

The Fuchsia flower is a beautiful, exotic flower with striking two-tone colors. The fuchsia flower is quite unusual with regard to its shape and the fact that they are really delicate. The exotic fuchsia flower is quite unique in it's shape, as well as it's striking two-tone colors. Fuchsia plants will look great just about anywhere but grow best when hanging. These beautiful flowers are great just about anywhere in your garden. However, you will find fuchsia growing best in hanging baskets on the patio.

Cactus Plants



Cactus or Succulents

Ow, I just learned that the plural of this plant is cacti, cactuses or just cactus. Woah. Imagine, three plurals! Well, what do you expect from a plant with so much much much thorns. I am not really a flower guy, I'd rather just be a simple plant. I just want myself with lotsa leaves and leaves all over me. Upon searching more, this plant's name originated from a greek word kaktos. I think, Im'ma keep the english word. 

Red Santan

Red Santan Flower

Red Santan or Clerodendrum villosum of familyRubiaceae is commonly selected for hedges, the santan plant has leathery leaves and yields large clusters of tiny flowers. Flowers may be red, yellow, pink or orange. This is popular cultivated ornamental shrub. It flowers all year and it requires a little care.

Pink Chrysanthemum

Pink Chrysanthemum

Chrysanthemums grow best and produce the most flowers if they are planted in full sunshine. They respond to plenty of food and moisture. Gifting mum with Chrysanthemums on Mother’s Day is a long-held tradition in New Zealand and by chance their name ends in ‘mum’. 

Lilyturf or Monkey Grass


Lilyturf or Monkey Grass

Braced with hues of magenta, purple, deep blue, oceanic ashes and the sorts, I resemble the weapon of a warrior. The flower, a photo of strength, a lullaby of lilies and turf. I shall grow despite the snow and despite the fire.

Lilyturf is great for removing ammonia from your indoor environment! Lilyturf, or also commonly known as Monkey Grass. At this point in the season, the sooner the better. Some people use a lawn mower or a weed eater. If you wait until later in the season and you start to see the new shoots coming up, don't cut low enough to get into that new growth.

Anthurium

Anthurium or Tail Flower

Did you know, this plant is known widely as Flamingo Flower? Anthuriums are perfect for indoor tables, dinning room, office desk. Anthurium is a tropical flower, original from South America. This plant is well-known for its single twig which sticks out from the top of the flower. 

Everlasting Flower




Everlasting Flower

Statice also known as the Everlasting Flower. Belongs to the Plumbaginaceae family. It is available in white, pink, lavender and deep purple. It is a common flower used in fresh floral arrangements because of its quite delicate but striking flower petals. It can also be grown outside in your flower beds from seeds to enjoy all summer.

Red Rose


Red Rose

'If you want a red rose,' said the Tree, 'you must build it out of music by moonlight, and stain it with your own heart’s-blood. You must sing to me, and the thorn must pierce your heart, and your life-blood must flow into my veins, and become mine'.

The Nightingale and the Rose

Sunflower


Sunflower

Want to make the butterflies and bees love you? One of the best ways to attract the birds, bees and butterflies to your garden is to plant sunflowers! You will also love them, too!

White Santan

White Santan Flower

I am a flower, a small bloom savored with sweet nectar. Sometimes I am red. Sometimes a pink, a yellow, or a peach. I am rarest with white. Children loves me as I have this ethereal drop of sweet fruit juice. I call this ambrosia. A liquid only gods and goddesses can drink. Yes, I am a Santan.

I grow on most occasions and on most places. In your heart, in your solitude. I grew weary to be simple and yet I am.

I am a flower. I bloom. I wither. And yet, I give you hope that after this season, I'll come back.

Mickey Mouse Plant


Mickey Mouse Plant or Solanum Mammosum

A fun houseplant to collect, Mickey Mouse plant provides almost all seasons' interest. Gorgeous bright yellow blossoms, that then has green seeds that ripen to a shiny black groupings over sepals that turn bright red giving this plant its common name! This ornamental shrub invades bushlands and forms dense thickets which are difficult to remove. It has yellow flowers and later black seeds with red sepals still attached and sometimes mistaken for flower. This is one of those weeds that doesn't respond very well to control with glyphosate. A basal bark application of fluroxypyr and diesel is generally the most effective control technique for this weed.

Cactus

Cactus Plants

When you think of cactus, you don't think 'flowers' - but that's what these are. Prickly cactus blooms are quite pretty, and serve as food for plenty of wildlife species! 

White Aster


White Aster Flower

Symphyotrichum ericoides, white heath aster, white aster, or heath aster is another plant that was busy blooming just before the big freeze. In this case, though, it was a fairly normal thing, since it usually blooms in late summer and fall.

As a member of the aster family, this herbaceous perennial has white, daisy-like composite flowers. It spreads slowly by rhizomes to form small bushes. It is a common plant and it found throughout most of eastern North America, typically in dry sandy and gravelly soils.

Hardy Geranium Cranesbill

Hardy Geranium Cranesbill

Geranium maculatum 'Vickie Lynn' is named after one of our favorite Edelweiss crew. This is own selection made in Switzerland for its stunning glossy, maroon-red fall foliage. The flowers are slightly larger then the species, with a light center. It needs some sun for good fall color, and thrives in moist to wet soil. Reliable, low maintenance, ground cover that will wander through your borders year after year. Hardy geraniums are not difficult to grow from seed but you can grow them from bareroots which is even simpler.

White Gumamela

White Gumamela

Rare.
White as snow, as clouds, and as an angel's fog.
Gumamela.
An image of beauty.
A photo of a goddess.
How can I live alone if my beauty is to be cut by the kids of the streets. 

Wedding Bouquet Flower

Wedding Bouquet Flower

Flower Arrangement Made Simple