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Grass of Parnassus (Parnassia asarifolia), an endangered plant of north America.

Peach blossoms are so much fun to work with when designing the floral crowns. They are a simplistic, yet fresh and beautiful flower that can be pair with just about anything. I have. Some fun ideas are in store for the future with peach blossoms.

~~Garden Jewellery ~ Chives (Allium) by AnyMotion~~

Chives / Schnittlauch (Allium schoenoprasum) - Large On Black in our garden - Frankfurt-Nordend

Frangipani

I had a frangipani (plumaria to you non-Floridians) tree in my back yard when I lived in Key Largo.

Charmosa

Hepatica Nobilis: some botanists include Hepatica within a wider interpretation of Anemone.

NI BLANCO ... NI NEGRO... COLORES EN EMOCIONES, COLORES .... COLORES..

Collarette dahlia 'Pooh' at the National Dahlia Collection in Penzance by Brian Haslam

Delicate Divas:  The Floral Portraiture of Warwick Orme. A flower photographer after my own heart. WOW!

Delicate Divas: The Floral Portraiture of Warwick Orme

Floranova - beautiful flower photography by Warwick Orme Fit into your wedding dress, lose in 3 Flowers

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pink and white ~~sword orchid (gladiolus) by I love orchids! This picture is especially stunning.

Deep in Forest | Amazing Pictures

, and the importance of grace and beauty in life, everything cannot be tech and iPhones, you need to let things flower. The beauty of creation.

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Strawberry Begonia or Strawberry Geranium (saxifraga stolonifera) ~ It's neither a Begonia nor a Geranium, it's a Something or Otherum. ~ Click through the large version for a full-screen view on a black background (set your computer for full-screen).

Hypericum

RHS old seed: Hypericum (St John's Wort) Great shade plant. Moderately fertile mbwd soil in sun or partial shade. Sow seed in a cold frame in autumn. Very tough plant, good for dry clay. Grows into a small shrub

Correa backhouseana

What a beautiful flower from a bud that looks like an acorn! Correa backhouseana is a species of flowering plant in the family Rutaceae. It is a coastal shrub, endemic to southern Australia. It grows up to 2 metres in height.

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Love to see crocus welcoming us to Spring. Did you know that crocus also bloom in the Fall? It always surprises me to see crocus blooming in my garden in September.

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