Flowers makes our life more colorful. Most of them have a specific and wonderful smell.
Cactus flowers are very rare but really beautiful when it happens. A cactus is member of the plant family Cactaceae, native to the Americas.
Orchids are a very diverse group of plants from all climates except the arctic’s. The most popular orchid today is the Phalaenopsis or ‘Moth Orchid’ which thrives in modern centrally heated homes and offices.
Fritillaria meleagris flowers in mid-spring (April/May) for 2-3 weeks and its origin is in Europe.
Blue Bell Tunicate (Clavelina puerto-secensis) are common in the Caribbean and are particularly dense on some ship wrecks.
The Purple Foxglove has dark green foliage and inconspicuous purple flowers, with an abuncance of conspicuous black fruits or seeds.
Marsh Gentian – Scarce perennial of bogs and wet heaths on acid soils. Has scattered sites in England and Wales. Narrow leaves are carried up stem in opposite pairs. Clusters of bright blue, trumpet-shaped flowers, each 2545mm long, appear July to October.
Luscious Lotus – Very intoxicating lotus flower! Pink with a dreamy yellow center, then layered with blades of grass.
Amorphophallus Titanum is an indescribable sight and for one day, also has an indescribably awful smell for about 12 hours when it first opens.