S: Flowers By:Kelly Ellis
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FC: FLOWERS! Different kinds of flowers! | By: Kelly Ellis
1: I like to dedicate this book to my teacher Mrs.Talley & my parents, also to all my friends.
2: Tiger Lily! | The Tiger Lily, bears large, fiery orange flowers covered by spots.The name tiger probably refers to the spots on the petals. The flowers of this perennial can grow up to three inches in width.The Tiger Lily is also known as the Ditch Lily as it is found in and around ditches in large parts of America.
3: Spider Lily! | The Spider Lily plant is popular for its white, pink or red flowers that bloom both in the spring and fall above the large clumping foliage. The flower stems are about 6 inches long with about 6 to 12 flowers on each. Each bloom has curving sepals, giving it a "spider" look
4: Roses! | About 100 detailed and gorgeous photos of red, white, yellow, and pink roses. Roses are flowering perennials of the genus Rosa. There are more than 100 different speciaes of roses, and countless subspecies and cultivars. Roses are prized all over the world for their beauty and scent, and are by far the most-sold cut flower worldwide. Most species of rose are native to Asia, with a few native to Europe, North America and northwest Africa.
5: Tulips! | Tulips come in a wide variety of vibrant colors such as red, yellow, orange, purple, pink and bi-colors. A tulip plant has typically 2-6 leaves, while some species have up to 12 leaves. An average height of a tulip plant ranges from 10-70 centimeters. Generally, tulips have one flower per stem. However, few species may have up to four flowers per stem. The attractive, colorful, cup-shaped flowers possess three petals and three sepals. There are six petaloid tepals, marked near the base of the flower with darker markings.
6: Daisies! | COLORS: white, red, blue, yellow, pink, purple, orange, yellow & red, red & orange | A fresh flower, the Daisy is a spray flower that a classic bloom with many ray petals radiating out from a disk-shaped center. Each stem has an average of 3-5 flowers.
7: Bachelor buttons! | These flower usually bloom May through October | White, red, pink and peacock blue flowers with ragged edges are produced on slender branched stems among the attractive long gray-green downy leaves.
10: Dandelion! | Dandelions are a perennial plant that grows best in full sun with moist soil. Once the plant is established, though, it can handle shade and water deprivation. The plant bears bright yellow, round flowers, and leaves that have a tooth-like shape. The plant's name comes from the French phrase dent de lion, or lion's tooth. The roots of the dandelion can extend as far as 15 feet into the ground, though they are usually 6 to 18 inches deep. Any broken parts of the plant excrete a milky white substance. The flowers grow all year, without pollination, and once they ripen completely they turn into seeds that can fly away and grow new plant
11: Honeysuckle! | Honeysuckle is a woody-stem plant that produces sweet-smelling, tiny trumpet-shaped flowers. These fragrant flowers draw hummingbirds, butterflies and bees throughout their spring to summer blooming season.
12: Anemone Nemorsa-Windflower | The flower is 2 cm diameter, with six or seven petal-like segments (actually tepals) with many stamens. In the wild the flowers are usually white, but may be pinkish, lilac, blue or yellow and often have a darker tint to the back of the 'petals'. The flowers lack both fragrance and nectar and it has been suggested by some authors that they are primarily self-pollinated, but it has also been demonstrated that they are pollinated by bees and other insects that visit the flowers to collect pollen
13: Early Star-of-Bethlehem | A small non-native herbaceous perennial growing to approx. 25cm (10in) tall from clusters of small bulbs. Narrow shiny dark green strap like basal leaves resembling Wild Garlic but without the smell. White clustered star shaped flowers 2-3cm (0.8-1.2in) across appearing April to early June, consist of 6 narrow petals with a green stripe on the underside, fruiting to a 3 sided capsule containing oval black seeds. An introduced species found in moist wooded areas, fields, hedgerows, roadsides, gardens and lawns over most of the Eastern US, UK, Europe and Asia, originating, it is thought from North Africa.
14: Fuchsia! | A gorgeous Fuchsia that intoxicates with it's deep purple corolla (main single center bloom) surrounded by its bright red sepals (the four outer petals of a fuchsia). Plant this in a hanging container or tucked into a nice protected corner of the yard that offers some afternoon shade. Cooler summers especially along the coast are perfect to bring out the full glory of the fuchsia in dramatic fashion. If you live in a region too cold you can bring your fuchsia in for the winter months. Give it a good pruning in spring to bring out the best bloom.
15: I got my information at ehow.com and types-of-flowers.org, also I got some of my information from my parents!