Can you Name those unusual Flowers

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17 Responses

  1. I am absolutely in LOVE with the first flower, it is breathtakingly beautiful.

    Also, i wanted to say that i really like the design of your page. I haven’t seen any other like it.
    -Charlotte

  2. Vivian says:

    Hi Charlotte

    Thank you for your comments. You can find the link of my website design at the left corner of the website footer. It said “Web Design by InfoCreek” (http://www.infocreek.com/)

    I got this free blog theme from wordpress , and change a little bit.

    Hope that can help. Have a nice day.

    Vivian

  3. kurye says:

    Design Swan » Blog Archive » Can you Name those unusual Flowers great article thank you.

  4. Design Swan » Blog Archive » Can you Name those unusual Flowers great article thank you.

  5. sam says:

    #6 is bottle brush

  6. Thanks for all the help dude.

  7. ak91 says:

    I’am pretty that #5 is a (bat flower)
    I love them!

  8. joanne says:

    21 is calceolaria and 22 is king protea

  9. ANNIE says:

    #21 ALSO KNOWS AS A LADY SLIPPER, SLIPPERWORT OR POCKETBOOK PLANT. # 18 LOOKS LIKE A BACHELOR BUTTON OR CORNFLOWER. BEAUTIFUL PHOTOS!

  10. paul says:

    #19 is a passion flower

  11. Marianne says:

    No. 22 is also a protea. Probably a Protea cynaroides

  12. Alex says:

    9. is ageratum, 18. is a bachelor button or cornflower, and 16. looks to be another passion flower. :)

  13. Zalhael says:

    16 is Passiflora foetida

  14. julia says:

    Calceolaria pertenece a la familia de las Calceolariaceae (antes se integraba en las Scrophulariaceae) y lo forman más de 300 especies de plantas vivaces, anuales y arbustos originarias de México y América del Sur 8
    17. Delonix regia, popularmente conocida como malinche, ponciana framboyán, flamboyán, flamboyant o acacia (en Venezuela2 ) es una especie de la familia de las fabáceas
    8 Aloe
    Chile

  15. julia says:

    6 Calliandra tweediei (borla de obispo, plumerillo rojo, arbusto de la llama, zucará) es un arbusto nativo de Brasil, Uruguay, Argentina y Paraguay utilizado como ornamental en muchas partes del mundo debido a sus bellas flores de color rojo intenso.

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