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November Birth Flower: Chrysanthemum

Only the traditional rose is more popular than November’s birthday flower — the beautiful and adaptable Chrysanthemum or “mum” flower.

November Birth Flower: Chrysanthemum

Only the traditional rose is more popular than November’s birthday flower — the beautiful and adaptable Chrysanthemum or “mum” flower.

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Pictures of Flowers

Share the beauty of flowers with these free flower images. Set them as desktop wallpapers or send them to someone who might just need a flower in their day.

Pictures of Flowers

Share the beauty of flowers with these free flower images. Set them as desktop wallpapers or send them to someone who might just need a flower in their day.

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Flower Glossary: Daffodils

Unlike most flowers, the daffodil, which is categorized under the genus Narcissus, got both its genus name and binomial name in two unrelated ways. The genus name was derived from the Greek God Narcissus.

Flower Glossary: Daffodils

Unlike most flowers, the daffodil, which is categorized under the genus Narcissus, got both its genus name and binomial name in two unrelated ways. The genus name was derived from the Greek God Narcissus.

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Flower Glossary: Bupleurum

Native to central Asia and parts of southern Europe, the Bupleurum genus (pronounced boo-plur-rum) is made up of about 200 species of filler flowers and shrubbery. They are a part of the Apiaceae family and are an annual plant.

Flower Glossary: Bupleurum

Native to central Asia and parts of southern Europe, the Bupleurum genus (pronounced boo-plur-rum) is made up of about 200 species of filler flowers and shrubbery. They are a part of the Apiaceae family and are an annual plant.

Flower Glossary: Spider Mums

Getting their name from their appearance, Spider Mums have long, tube-like petals that sit freely and loosely like spider legs atop stems. This hardy mum is a species of the chrysanthemum genus and is widely known around the world.

Flower Glossary: Spider Mums

Getting their name from their appearance, Spider Mums have long, tube-like petals that sit freely and loosely like spider legs atop stems. This hardy mum is a species of the chrysanthemum genus and is widely known around the world.

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Flower Glossary: Orchid

The largest family of flowering plants, Orchidaceae, or simply Orchids, has over 20,000 species in the family. This means it has more than twice the amount of bird species and 4 times the amount of species of mammals in its family.

Flower Glossary: Orchid

The largest family of flowering plants, Orchidaceae, or simply Orchids, has over 20,000 species in the family. This means it has more than twice the amount of bird species and 4 times the amount of species of mammals in its family.

Flower Glossary: Volkerfrieden

Volkerfrieden is a single flowering plant that is part of the delphinium genus. This flower is categorized under the family Ranunculaceae and is always an electric blue hue. Generally, this perennial plant blooms twice a season – early summer and late summer – and is accompanied by vibrantly green foliage.

Flower Glossary: Volkerfrieden

Volkerfrieden is a single flowering plant that is part of the delphinium genus. This flower is categorized under the family Ranunculaceae and is always an electric blue hue. Generally, this perennial plant blooms twice a season – early summer and late summer – and is accompanied by vibrantly green foliage.

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Flower Glossary: Statice

Very similar to the Sea Lavender, the Statice Flower is a sister species categorized under the genus Limonium. Other common breeds of this species are English Statice, German Statice, Seafoam Statice, and Latfolia; each one varying slightly from the other.

Flower Glossary: Statice

Very similar to the Sea Lavender, the Statice Flower is a sister species categorized under the genus Limonium. Other common breeds of this species are English Statice, German Statice, Seafoam Statice, and Latfolia; each one varying slightly from the other.