Flowers

Red Spider Lily
Red Spider Lily - How to Plant, Grow, and Care For Lycoris Radiata
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Red spider lilies are native to China, Korea, and Nepal, though they were introduced to Japan in the 1800s where they naturalized and have become symbolically associated with death. The flowers of this plant have an unusual look, and bloom in early fall in vivid red. They last just a week or two, during which time they fade to a coral-pink.

Lilium oriental or Stargazer
Stargazer Lily - Varieties, Growing & Care Tips
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Stargazer lilies are a hybrid that was developed in 1974 by crossing Lilium auratum and Lilium speciosum, with the specific intention of creating an upward-facing flower. They are an oriental lily hybrid, as their ‘parent’ plants were native to East Asia.

Purple Flowers
Different Types of Purple Flowers with Pictures
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Purple is an elegant color that symbolizes royalty, mystique, creativity, and spirituality. It brings a sense of calm, mellows out the viewer, and increase positivity. Last but not least - purple and green are an excellent combo, making the purple especially magnificent color in the garden.

Types of blue flowers
20 Types of Blue Flowers - A Visual Compendium
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Blue flowers are not considered exceptionally rare, but they are certainly one of the least commonly found flower colors in gardens, with blue flowers accounting for just ten percent of all flowering plants known in the world.

Johnny Jump Up
Johnny Jump Up Flower - Growing & Care Guide
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Johnny jump ups are wildflowers native to Spain and other areas of Europe, though they have since been introduced to North America. Typically, these flowers grow in the wild, in the meadows, wasteland, fields, and beaches.

Poinsettia
Poinsettia - Types, Selection, and Care Tips
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Poinsettias are the quintessential Christmas plant. The best-selling variety of this plant comes in shades of red and green, and as the plant is at its most vibrant over winter, it seems that it was created especially for the festive season.

Anise Hyssop
Anise Hyssop (Agastache foeniculum) - Varieties, Planting & Care Guide
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This perennial herb or ornamental is confusingly commonly known as anise hyssop, although the plant is neither part of the hyssop species, anise seed, or a star anise. In fact, it is part of the mint family and has many semblances to the mint plant, including its square stalks and toothy dull green foliage with paler undersides.

Cornflower in a pot on the windowsill
Cornflowers - How to Grow and Care For Bachelor's Buttons
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Cornflowers are a pretty annual wildflower that was once commonly seen growing natively throughout Britain's rural meadows. Unfortunately, as with many species of wildflowers, the cornflower is now rarely seen in the wild. It has become almost extinct in rural landscapes thanks to modern agricultural methods.