Flower in the Flora Garden

Flower In The Garden

All the flower here was took at the garden nearby my house and some from a neighbour, each of them was impressed me, if you patient enough, they will get so many objects around you.

Adenium Obesum Flower – 1410 - Max Compose
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Adenium Obesum

These bushes have thick stems and fleshy branches. Their foliage is generally oval-shaped and varies in size (2-7 inches). The size generally depends on the maturity of the plant and its location. These plants commonly grow outdoors, however, when they are young, they can be seen within an indoor area.

Though the types of adenium are multiple, adenium socotranum deserves special consideration. I’ve always been dreaming of getting this plant. It is regarded to be one of the largest species, as it reaches nearly 15 feet and has a cylindrical trunk (8 feet in diameter).

The pink flower of the plant appears for a couple of weeks in spring. Of course, adenium images can’t show the real beauty of the blossom, but still they are really impressive. Unfortunately, the flower is not commonly available: as it requires proper care and appropriate climate conditions: it is difficult to grow it in this country, but in rare cases possible.

 

Cluster Lily – Ithuriel’s Spear – 1422 - Max Compose
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Cluster Lily – Ithuriel’s Spear

Cluster Lily – Ithuriel’s spear is a one-foot-tall, purple-flowering, deciduous cluster-lily that is native to Yuba and Sutter Counties and typically grows at elevations below 4,500 feet. It is found in central oak woodland. It prefers dry sunny areas with good drainage. It looks similar to Bridges’ prettyface but does not have whitish petal bases or tips and usually.

Although a somewhat common plant, it has been remarked that Ithuriel’s spear is “tall and attention-grabbing.” This comment must be understood in the proper context; although the flower stalk may only reach a little upwards of 2 feet tall, it occurs in the grasslands or sunny, open woodlands of California, thriving in the clay soil that tends to stunt vegetation.

 

Lotus Flower – Water Lily – 1404 - Max Compose
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Lotus

The Lotus (Nelumbo nucifera) symbolizes purity, beauty, majesty, grace, fertility, wealth, richness, knowledge and serenity. The Pink Lotus is the National Flower of India. Nelumbo nucifera is known by a number of common names, including Sacred lotus, Indian lotus and Sacred water-lily.

Lotuses are found in white and pink colors in general and they grow in shallow and murky waters. Lotus flowers enjoy warm sunlight and are intolerant to cold weather. This is why the Lotus is not seen blossoming in the winter. The floating leaves and Lotus flowers have long stems, which contain air spaces to maintain the buoyancy. The Lotus is native to Asia and flourishes in a wide range of climates from India to China.

The Lotus plant is an aquatic perennial, native to southern Asia and Australia and most commonly cultivated in water gardens. The plant has its roots firmly in the mud and sends out long stems to which their leaves are attached. The leaves are sometimes, and Lotus flowers always, raised above the water surface. The beautiful and fragrant Lotus flower opens in the morning and petals fall in the afternoon.

 

Gerbera Daisies Ruby Red – 1398 - Max Compose
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Gerbera Daisies

The fifth most popular flower in the world, Gerbera daisies can mean innocence, purity, and cheerfulness. These large daisy variations come in a number of vibrant colors, and sending them is the perfect way to brighten someone’s day.

When you want to send the gift of cheer, Gerbera daisies are your sure choice. Distinguished by large flowering heads that closely resemble those of sunflowers, Gerbera daisies come in a vibrant rainbow of colors. Bright pink, snow white, sunny yellow, and ruby red are just a few of the gorgeous colors that these happy flowers boast. The Gerbera daisy was discovered in 1884 near Barberton, South Africa, by Scotsman Robert Jameson. While the flower’s scientific name, Gerbera jamesonii, recollects the name of its founder, the meaning of its common name draws from German naturalist Traugott Gerber. Breeding programs that began in England in 1890 enhanced the flower’s quality and color variations.

 

Blue Plumbago Flower – 1416 - Max Compose
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Blue Plumbago

The plumbago plant (Plumbago auriculata), also known as the Cape plumbago or sky flower, is actually a shrub and in its natural surroundings can grow 6 to 10 feet tall with a spread of 8 to 10 feet. It is native to South Africa, and knowing this provides the first clue to how to grow a plumbago, along with where to grow one. Plumbago thrives in the South African heat and in the United States it is found growing year-round in the southernmost parts of Texas and Florida.

Plumbago plants are sprawling shrubs with branches that resemble vines. It is prized for the profusion of blue phlox-like flowers it produces for extended periods of time. It has few pests and diseases are rare. Two additional bonuses are its deer resistance and, once established, these easy growing shrubs also tolerate drought.

 

The Sunflower in the Garden – 1428 - Max Compose
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The sunflower in The Garden – 1434 - Max Compose
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Sunflower

The sunflower (Helianthus annuus) is an annual plant in the family Asteraceae, with a large flower head (capitulum). The stem of the flower can grow up to 3 metres tall, with a flower head that can be 30 cm wide. Other types of sunflowers include the California Royal Sunflower, which has a burgundy (red + purple) flower head.

The flower head is actually an inflorescence made of hundreds or thousands of tiny flowers called florets. The central florets look like the centre of a normal flower, and the outer florets look like yellow petals. All together they make up a “false flower” or pseudanthium. The benefit to the plant is that it is very easily seen by the insects and birds which pollinate it, and it produces thousands of seeds.

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