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António Bensaude de Castro Freire - Flip - Picasa Webalbums

António Bensaude de Castro Freire - Flip - Picasa Webalbums

Euonymus, the spindleberry

Euonymus, the spindleberry, love the jewel like flowers :-)

This perennial was new to my garden last year, already starting to bloom first of May. Mountain bluet (Centaurea montana) ‘Amethyst in Snow’

This perennial was new to my garden last year, already starting to bloom first of May. Mountain bluet (Centaurea montana) ‘Amethyst in Snow’

Crossandra. I had one of these once years ago, and it was a delightful houseplant.

Exotic Flower, the Crossandra

indigodreams:  life-of-planet-earth:  Nectaroscordum Siculum

Hardy to zones Many greenish white bell-shaped florets tinged plum to pink hang from the top of a stem. Prefers well-drained soil and full sun. Blooms in the very late spring. Bulbs have strong garlic smell.

Flowersgardenlove

It’s a beautiful idea of bringing the garden to the public and giving it a human voice. Imagine if your garden could speak to you… Source here => The Mobile Garden Dress

Los tres tipos de orquídeas

Cestrum aurantiacum #1 | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

Solanaceae - S. Mexico to Nicaragua Orange Cestrum, Orange Jessamine Photographed in San Francisco Botanical Garden - San Francisco, CA

Yellow & Green

Lamiastrum galeobdolon / Lamium galeobdolon, commonly known as Yellow Archangel, is a widespread wildflower in Europe, and has been introduced elsewhere as a garden plant

❤️ Flower

This annual loves sun & dry conditions. It's short but notice that the brown on this flower look like a row of bird feathers. I plant these on open spots in a sedum bed.

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