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orchids

Mar 22, 2016 4:04:08 PM

 Orchid was a figure from Greek mythology who was said to be behind the existence of the plants after they were converted into a flower by the gods.

Comes in a variety of colours due to the diversity of hybrid types. All orchid flowers grown have a specified set of pattern.

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Oncidium

Mar 22, 2016 2:12:54 PM


The name Oncidium is derived from the Greek "onkos”, which refers to the characteristic swelling its plants.

The plant blooms are usually yellow in colour with brown petals. Some come in a green colour, with some varieties growing to a height of 5 meters.



 

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Nerine

Mar 22, 2016 2:04:42 PM


Nerine indicates a generic name for a group plants in the family Amaryllidaceae. The most well-known of the species is the nerine Nerine bowdenii.


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Narcissus

Mar 22, 2016 1:47:11 PM

Narcissus (Narcissus) is the scientific name for the daffodil family, so named because they contain a toxic substance. Narcissus in the Greek language means anaesthesia, referring to the nature of the cotyledon narcotic.

Narcissus plant has a characteristically long trunk with a tubular Central crown with three petals. Narcissus flower usually comes in a yellow colour or in the colour white in some cases. The colour of the cup differs from the crown. 

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Muscari

Mar 22, 2016 1:32:38 PM


Muscari is a genus of perennial plants which produces bell-shaped flowers that hang down and look like bunches of grapes. They are known as grape hyacinth for this feature.

Muscari are originally from the Mediterranean Sea, and the eastern region of the Aegean Sea, Turkey and Morocco.


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Molucella

Mar 22, 2016 12:47:23 PM

 

Moluccella is a member of the mint family and is a genus that has four members only. The most popular are Moluccellalaevis, known as the Ireland bell because of their green petals in the form of a bell, not because they are from Ireland.

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Marguerites

Mar 22, 2016 12:38:17 PM

 

Known by scientists as Chrysanthemum frutescens, this plant is also known as the Paris daisy or Margaret daisy.

The plant has a green trunk and produces white flowers and there are some varieties produce yellow or pink flowers come plant a length of 60 cm despite the fact that some of them grow to a meter in height if it is grown in suitable conditions.

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Lisianthus

Mar 21, 2016 5:22:03 PM

 

Lisianthus refers to the plant divided and transplanted from Eustoma, usually known as Texas Bluebell or Blue Field Daisy. These flowers usually come in purple or pink and some varieties in a white colour.

Lisianthus belongs to the genus Eustoma, found in the family Gentianaceae.

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Limonium

Mar 21, 2016 5:16:58 PM

Limonium is also known as broad-leaved static, Sea Lavender, or rosemary.

This species is a perennial evergreen plant. Its leaves are green from spring to fall in most varieties. Limonium produces clusters of small flowers in a group. Blooms are lavender in colour, or pink. The plant grows to about 2 meters in length may need five years to mature.

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Lily

Mar 21, 2016 4:50:03 PM

 Genus belongs to the lily family, known as Liliaceae. Although there are some species which do not belong to this genus in spite of the presence of the word Lily in their names, such as Peace Lily and Day Lily.

Lily flowers on long skinny leaves which increase the length of the trunk. Many of these species have aromatic odours and generally range in length from 12 cm to 30 cm and more in some varieties.

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