S: The Best of Nature - Polish Flowers
BC: The End | Aleksandra Bawat | Photos and information are taken from http://www.google.pl
FC: The Best of Nature | Polish flowers
1: Snowdrop | Small flower often planted in gardens. Snowdrop is giving the sign of the coming of spring.
3: There are about 80 known species of crocus occurring in Europe and Asia Minor.
4: They come from Europe, North Africa and Turkey.In Poland,there is only one species of daisies ( Bellis perennis )
6: The genus name is derived from Hippocrates, who claimed that the plant (Centarea cyanus), pointed to the Greeks centaur Chiron, teacher of many heroes of Greek mythology. | cornflower | They come from Asia, Australia and North America.
9: Large, single, on long stalks; color varied - ranging from white through pink to dark purple, yellow, purple. | They come from Eurasia, Africa and North America.
10: Tulip includes, of about 120 species and about 15 thousand varieties. | Tulip occurs in southern Europe, northern Africa and Asia.
13: Many species of peony are ornamental plants. Are grown in countries where there are really cold winters.
14: Rose | Natural range of roses include the vast spaces of the northern hemisphere..
15: Roses are often given to women as a sign of love..
16: Sunflower includes about 70 species from the American continent.
18: Lily of the Valley is from the northern hemisphere. The range covers almost the whole of Europe, central and northern Asia is also known in the eastern part of North America
19: Lily of the Valley
20: White Waterlily
21: In the wild, exists in almost all over Europe to the Urals and beyond, the Caucasus,the Middle East after Israel in the south and Iran, and Kashmir in the east. Present at the Mediterranean islands and in coastal northern Africa.
22: Page | 1. Snowdrop 2. Crocus 4. Daisy 6. Cornflower 8. Eaton 10. Tulip | and Flower:
23: 12. Peony 14. Rose 16. Sunflower 18. Lily of the Valley 20. White Waterlily