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Field book of western wild flowers - hedysarum pebulare - a kind of sweet pea

Field book of western wild flowers - hedysarum pebulare - a kind of sweet pea

Amazing idea for a wedding glow in the dark flowers

Amazing idea for a wedding glow in the dark flowers

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Unusual color.  I like this variety.

Unusual color. I like this variety.

Caladium 'Thai Beauty': This caladium thrives in partial shade, tolerating up to half a day of sunlight (which actually improves its color). The leaves emerge green in spring, but quickly begin assuming their bright, eye-catching hues that holds up nicely no matter how hot and humid your summer gets.  Grows up to 20" tall. Perennial in zones 9-10.

Caladium 'Thai Beauty': This caladium thrives in partial shade, tolerating up to half a day of sunlight (which actually improves its color). The leaves emerge green in spring, but quickly begin assuming their bright, eye-catching hues that holds up nicely no matter how hot and humid your summer gets. Grows up to 20" tall. Perennial in zones 9-10.

°° Iris °°

°° Iris °°

Astrantia...I Love Astrantia's they are only fairly small Flowers but when you look closely they are magical..wonderful Picture

Astrantia...I Love Astrantia's they are only fairly small Flowers but when you look closely they are magical..wonderful Picture

Is het al bijna lente :) Een prachtig boeket groeit zo in het wild. #bloemen #lente nothing prettier than a mini meadow of spring wildflowers!

Is het al bijna lente :) Een prachtig boeket groeit zo in het wild. #bloemen #lente nothing prettier than a mini meadow of spring wildflowers!

The Peacock-Moraea (Moraea villosa; Family: Iridaceae) formerly participated in great abundance in the mass spring flower displays of the Cape lowlands, South Africa. This attractive flower has, however, lost more than eighty per cent of its habitat to wheat fields and urban expansion, and only a few populations remain in isolated renosterveld fragments  - Flickr - Photo Sharing!

The Peacock-Moraea (Moraea villosa; Family: Iridaceae) formerly participated in great abundance in the mass spring flower displays of the Cape lowlands, South Africa. This attractive flower has, however, lost more than eighty per cent of its habitat to wheat fields and urban expansion, and only a few populations remain in isolated renosterveld fragments - Flickr - Photo Sharing!

Monkey orchids!  Yes, they're real flowers.  For even stranger looking flowers look on my board, " U wanna laugh thru my wackado garden¿?¿"

Monkey orchids! Yes, they're real flowers. For even stranger looking flowers look on my board, " U wanna laugh thru my wackado garden¿?¿"