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Pink Euphorbia


Pink Euphorbia

Available in shades of white or pale pink, Euphorbia grows best in full or part sun, although it does surprisingly well in shadier areas as well. It grows 12-18 inches, and makes an incredible filler in baskets or in mixed garden plantings. It is also quite stunning on its own. My favourite thing about Euphorbia is that it is very low maintenance, it is extremely heat tolerant, can handle some drought and doesn’t require deadheading. 

Carnation Flower

Carnation Flower

Of the several kinds of Carnations, the three most common are the annual carnations, border carnations and perpetual flowering carnations.

Amaryllis Flower


Amaryllis Flower

Amaryllis flower meaning is symbolic of success won after a struggle. These were often given in recognition of a job well done - particularly in scholastics, writing, and artistic endeavors. Give the poet in your life a bunch of amaryllis and you are encouraging his/her creative muse. You are also recognizing his/her achievements in the arts. If you're bored with the typical plant during the holidays, an Amaryllis flower is a great way to shake things up this year.

Flower Table Arrangement


Flower Table Arrangement

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Banksia Bush

Banksia Bush

Banksia flowers, stand up like candles on the bush. They also have many healing properties. Banksia sphaerocarpa is a small, about 1m x 1m, slow growing beautiful plant. The flowers are hidden a bit inside the bush.

Water Lily

Water Lily Flower

The water lily is most often found in tropical and temperate climates throughout the world. The Giant Amazon Water Lily was discovered growing in the River Amazon in 1801, and first grown in Europe in the mid 19th Century. Known as the “Giant Water-Platter,” the structure of its exceptionally strong leaves inspired Sir Joseph Paxton to construct an immense conservatory at Chatsworth House, in which the lily flowered for the first time in Britain. The leaves of the Brazilian species, Victoria amazonica, reach six feet across and can support the weight of a well-balanced adult.

Orange Roses

Orange Roses

With their warm, vibrant tones, Orange Roses symbolize enthusiasm and desire. If you’re looking for a way to express admiration and attraction - with an underlying message of passion and excitement - then send a bouquet filled with these fiery blooms.

Orange Roses evoke energy, and can indicate enthusiasm, desire and excitement. Giving orange roses can symbolize your passionate romance and share your excitement of the relationship with your loved one.

Yellow Orange Santan

Yellow Orange Santan

Santan flowers are beautiful and bright. The colors depending on cultivars may be white, red, orange, pink or yellow. Santan flowers bloom all year round. Santan.is a flowering plant used in Indian traditional medicine for variety of health benefits.

Poinsettias

Poinsettias Flower

Did you know that Poinsettias are December's Birth Flower? They represent good cheer, sweetness and success. Poinsettias are photosensitive, and bloom only when they receive at least 12-14 hours of complete darkness each day. Christmas is fast approaching and what flower represents this celebration? It is no other than Poinsettias.

Pink Roses

Pink Roses

Roses are red. Sure is!

Valentines season is synonymous with roses. And yes, I mean it. I have given almost every one I know red roses every Valentines! My mom, my sisters, and my friends.

A rose or any perennial shrub or vine is of the genus Rosa, within the family Rosaceae, oha! They have over a hundred species! And according to an encyclopedia, most of them are in Asia! Philippines has lots of them! The most common are white, yellow, red, orange, or pink and green, in wild roses, are borne singly or in small clusters. Sometimes, people use dyeing process to strengthen the pink color or roses.

White Rose

White Rose Flower

The White Rose has a special significance. These blossoms are no doubt the ultimate floral symbol of innocence, and they carry with them a certain serenity and peace that is bound to be felt by anyone who beholds them. The subtle beauty of a white rose is what makes it so versatile and perfect for a variety of occasions, too. There is more to these blossoms than meets the eye, though – they are just as complex as they are enchanting.

For centuries, white roses have held a strong importance in many cultures. According to Flower Experts, the white rose was associated with the Goddess of Love and Beauty in Roman times. The myth said that all roses were white until Aphrodite pricked herself with the thorns and turned them all red. Later, in the Victorian era, suitors sent bouquets of white roses to those they intended on pursuing to signify the beginning of a courtship.

Today, you're likely to see brides carrying white roses down the aisle. This began at Queen Victoria's wedding in 1840, at which white roses were plentiful. This launched a tradition that was passed down through the years.

Big Sunflower


Sunflower

Did you know that sunflowers haven't been able to be genetically engineered? Non-GMO status assured!

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