Flowers

Pictures of flowers from standards like roses and sunflowers to exotics like orchids, gemini anthuriums and hanging lobster claws and some information about them. 

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Coreopsis Uptick Gold and Bronze

The coreopsis uptick gold & bronze is a tickseed hybrid. The coreopsis is native to North America and likes well drained soil with average moisture and full sun.

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President Hibiscus

The President Hibiscus, Hibiscus rosa-sinensis, is a tropical flowering shrub.

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Star jasmine

Star jasmine, also known as Confederate jasmine, Trachelospermum jasminoides, is native to China, and now is found all over the world. It also is not a true jasmine.

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Carolina Wild Petunia

The Carolina wild petunia, ruellia caroliniensis, can be found in wet hammocks, flatwoods, sandhills, and along roadsides and disturbed areas from Florida north to New Jersey and west to Texas.

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Purple Thistle

The purple thistle is found in pinelands, prairies and along roadsides. This one was found in rural DeSoto County, Florida.

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Filament Lights

Abstract presentation of clover blossom.

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Church Street Flowers

Beautiful flowers in a window box on Church Street in Charleston, South Carolina.

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Church Street Window Boxes

Beautifully flowered window bnoxes on a house along Church Street in Charleston, Sounth Carolina.

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Into the Heart

Lizard sitting on a Gemini Anthurium Plant in Eureka Springs Park in Tampa, Florida

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Orange Mouthed Orchid

This is just one of many flowers in the garden of the Montana de Fuego Inn in La Fortuna, Costa Rica.

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Tea Rose Trio

The tea rose is one of the most popular roses today. It may have been bred by Thomas Edison's wife, Mina.

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Prickly Beauty

These prickly pear cacti were blooming in the Withlacoochee National Forest inApril,

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