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Lily of the Valley

Mar 21, 2016 4:42:33 PM


Convallaria majalis, also known as Lily of the valley are a toxic plant believed to be the only type of Convallaria. T plant is also known as May Night, Mrs. Tears and the Conval Lily.

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Lilac

Mar 21, 2016 4:14:50 PM

 

Lilas (Lilac) is a shrub whose leaves fall often, and can be used as a natural hedge in the garden.

According to their type, Lilacs grow from 1.4 to 10 meters. Flowers are usually produced by the plant in spring in colours of white, pink and purple.

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Leucospermum

Mar 21, 2016 3:58:25 PM

Leucospermum is also known as the pincushion because of its fullness. Plants in this genus often flower in orange or red. Leucospermum in Greek means white seeds, coming from the words leukos and sperma.                   

As suggested by their common name, these evergreen shrubs take on a pincushion appearance. They grow to a height of 5m and have strong leathery leaves which grow in spirals around the trunk of the plant.

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Kniphofia

Mar 21, 2016 3:42:59 PM

 

Kniphofia, known as torch lily or red poker lily, comes in a variety of colours such as yellow and cream. This plant is characterized by flowers in bunches and its striking colours.There are more than 70 types.

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Iris

Mar 21, 2016 3:32:17 PM

 This flower has a link with ancient Greece, where Iris was the messenger of the gods, and a means of communication between heaven and earth. This flower has been featured for a long time by the flags of nobles and kings.

It is one of the well-known spring flowers. Flowers come in a wide range of colours such as yellow, white, purple, with a single flower on each leg and a trilogy of flower cups separated when flowers bloom.

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Hypericum

Mar 21, 2016 3:19:47 PM

Hypericum, also known as St. John's wort can be found in the United Kingdom (since 1594), as has been the practice in the use of medicinal properties, particularly as an anti-depressant.

St. John's wort can be found in a variety of formats. Including in the form of small herbs such as large bushes and trees can reach them to 12 meters in length, usually it consists of five petals and resemble anemones.

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Hyacinth

Mar 21, 2016 3:12:47 PM

 

According to Greek mythology, the sun god Apollo gave the name Hyacinth to this flower which grew from the blood of "Hyakinthos" when he was killed. Its name is Hyacinthus orientalis.

 

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Hellebore

Mar 21, 2016 3:04:57 PM

 

The plant's name is Hellebore Helleborus, but it is better known as the Christmas Festival Rose. It is so named according to the myth that this plant grew out of the ground from the tears of a young girl who did not have anything, and then handed them to Jesus Christ.

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Heliconia

Mar 21, 2016 2:55:53 PM

 

Known by other names, such as lobster claw, plantain and false bird-of-paradise. The latter name refers to the close similarities between them and the bird paradise flower.

Most plants can be grown at an altitude of between 2 feet and 25 feet. The flowers usually come in bright colours including orange and yellow. Some species resemble a banana leaf.

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Heleniums

Mar 21, 2016 2:36:00 PM

 

Helenium, known as the “flower Helen", is part of the daisy family, dating back to multiple small flowers and petals that bloom in tropical climates.

Most species bloom during the summer season between June and August. However, some species are available at other times of the year.

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