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Geum Reptans,  part of the rose family,  grows in shady spots in Europe & middle east.  Photo by Frank Gereralso.

Geum Urbanum - known as Wood Avens, the herb Bennet, Colewort and St. Benedict's herb - is a perennial plant in the rose family which grows in shady places in Europe and the Middle East (photo by Frank Dereralso)

JACK IN THE PULPIT - a special meaning for all my children who are grown now-such sweet memories of Jack.

052114 Jack-in-the-Pulpit ~ Arisaema sikokianum (Japanese Jack-in-the-Pulpit) is a herbaceous perennial plant

Cymbidium Orchid - Black.  Wow that's amazing!!!

Seven Beautiful Flower Pictures #1

Black Orchids - Cymbidium Kiwi Midnight 'Geyserland' I love love love "black" flowers

Blue and Green - Fringed Gentian

botany:Gentianopsis simplex - Fringed Gentian Flowers are the music of the ground From earth’s lips spoken without sound. ~Edwin Curran, “Flowers” (via thesoulchronicles)

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Gorgeous line and color.(~~parrot tulip detail by Clive Nichols ~~)

Chocolate Orchid

Chocolate Orchids Orchid at the Winter Carnival Orchid Show at the Marjorie McNeely Conservatory, St.

The flower shown in the image - Amorphophallus titanum or Titan Arum - is indeed considered the largest in the world. Also known as the "Corpse Flower" because of its foul smell, Amorphophallus titanum is a prized addition to a number of well-known botanical gardens around the world.  Blooms once every 40 years for only 4 days. (I saw one once & they said it was every 7 years though?)

~Corpse Flower, the largest flower in the world was blossoming in Blanco, Veracruz, Mexico. 2 meters high and weighing 75 kilos, it has the peculiarity of blooming only during three days every 40 years. and smells of rotting flesh .

WHITE & RED PARROT TULIP

Fresh Flowers - Tulips The beautiful parrot tulip. The colourful striping is apparently caused by a virus and you should plant it apart from other bulbs.

Black Coral Pea, I think Orchid I am sure darling Batty, you know all about this one.

Kennedia nigricans (aka Kennedya nigricans) “Black Coral Pea” vine, tolerates clay soil, drought tolerant - I want to see what the whole plant looks like!

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