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Dill

Mar 21, 2016 11:08:33 AM

Anethum graveolens is the scientific name for this plant, which has been developed for its strong taste and the smell of anise.

Blooms appear in a rigid head bearing a cavity, which gives the plant the appearance of a paraglider. It comes in yellow flowers and light golden leaves, which can grow to 20 cm .

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Delphinium

Mar 21, 2016 10:54:58 AM

 

The name of this flower comes from the Latin word for 'dolphin' (DELPHIS). Its buds resemble this aquatic mammal, and it is one of the most popular flowers in the summer.

This genus comes in bright colours and serves as a wonderful highlight in any garden. Blooms are usually bright blue, purple, or white, and can be found in yellow.

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Dahlia

Mar 20, 2016 4:47:45 PM


Dahlia (Pronounced DAY-lee-a ) resembles the daisy flower and related sunflowers, and was first registered by Westerners in 1615. It was named after a Mexican acoctli. 

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Cymbidium

Mar 20, 2016 4:34:01 PM


Cymbidium, also known as the "Orchid boat", got its name from the Greek word for boat Kymbe. This refers to the lip base, which bends toward the internal cavity. Cymbidium was popular during the Victorian era, when it was discovered to bear cold temperatures better than most tropical plants. Because of its bright colours it is a preferred choice in arrangements and other decorations.

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Cyclamen

Mar 20, 2016 4:18:17 PM

Cyclamen is a plant which flowers in winter and spring and comes in a wide range of colours. It is a perennial, and can be used as decorations inside the house.

There are many kinds and varieties of this flower. Colour varies from white to dark pink, and flowers usually appear in December and May.

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Curcuma

Mar 20, 2016 3:20:59 PM


Its name comes from the Arabic word Kurkum, meaning yellow, which refers to the colour of the roots.

This genus has pink, white or purple in the upper part of the petals, and has a sweet smell.

Has an origin of Southeast Asia, where it has a reputation for its beauty.

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Crocosmia

Mar 20, 2016 3:09:57 PM


Crocosmia is a vibrant and rather unusual looking genus in the family Iridaceae. Often referred to as "Lucifer" for the bright red shade of its peppers. In America, it is also known as "the fall of the stars" .

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Craspedia

Mar 20, 2016 2:51:11 PM

Craspedia comes from the genus Chamomile and family Asteraceae and is also known by other names, including Kratpele, Billy Buttons and Woolen Capes.

Its spherical shape gives it a more aesthetic appearance than many flowers. Blooms consist of a large amount of small florets, which are frequently yellow in colour .



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Chrysanthemum

Mar 20, 2016 2:31:30 PM

 

The name chrysanthemum (Chrysanthemum) comes from the Greek word which means "flower of gold." These flowers originated in China, and were transferred to Japan before the year 1500 before entering Europe in the eighteenth century.

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Caryophyllus Dianthus

Mar 20, 2016 2:18:57 PM

Caryophyllus Dianthus (carnation)

Pink carnations and cloves are a type of Dianthus. It is an herbaceous perennial plant which grows to a total length of 80 cm, with slender leaves of up to 15 centimetres.


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