Sanvitalia is a low-growing herbaceous annual and perennial plant from the Astrovye family. More recently, sanvitalia grew only on the lands of Central and North America. But once in a temperate climate, it quickly took root and feels great. With proper care, sanitation grows well and pleases the eye of gardeners with graceful flowers that look like small bright stars.
Description of the plant sanvitalia
The sanvitalia flower is a low spherical bush that grows significantly in width. The stems, reaching a length of 45 cm, spread along the ground, forming a continuous green carpet. Leaves are oval, elongated, spread out opposite each other.
Inflorescences are small baskets up to 25 mm in diameter. The inner flowers are tubular, brownish in color, and the lingual petals located around the circumference are white, orange or yellow.
The first description of the plant was made by the Italian botanist Sanvitali, after whom the flower was named.
Sanvitalia blooms from mid-summer to late October. Small grains do not lose their germination for two years.
Growing sanitation from seeds
Seeds are harvested in autumn, and already in early March they are sown for seedlings. First, select suitable containers. The bottom is covered with a drainage layer, after which a mixture is prepared containing sand and fertile soil in a ratio of 1: 3. Fill containers with prepared soil. The seeds are buried by about 10 mm. Sprinkle with a thin layer of soil and spray with a spray bottle. To create a greenhouse effect, the seedlings are covered with glass or foil. After 12-14 days, sprouts will appear, after which the shelter is immediately removed.
Seedlings of sanitation
From the day of sowing until the first leaves appear, the seedlings are regularly ventilated and watered for 2-3 days. Irrigate either with a spray bottle or by bottom irrigation of the soil, so as not to accidentally damage the emerging sprouts.
When 2-3 leaves appear, the seedlings dive into a separate dish. Planted in several pieces in one cup. When stable warm weather sets in, when the sprouts take root well after diving, they are planted in the ground.
Planting sanitation in open ground
Two weeks before the transfer of the plant to a permanent place, the seedlings undergo a hardening procedure. Cups or pots are placed daily on an open balcony or in a garden, where they spend the warm time of the day, gradually adapting to external weather conditions.
The site for planting plants is chosen the most illuminated and sunny, with moderately fertile soil. Digging small holes, leaving a gap of 25 cm between them. The depth of any of them is up to 10 cm. The bottom of each hole is covered with expanded clay. Seedlings roll over the edge of the hole along with an earthen clod. From above, the hole is supplemented with soil and tamped. The seedlings are watered abundantly.
In areas with warm spring weather, seeds are sown directly into the soil, somewhere in May - June. But then sanvitalia will bloom later than usual. When the shoots reach 10 cm, they are thinned out.
Caring for sanitation in the garden
Sanvitalia is an undemanding plant. Any amateur florist can take care of it.
Moderate watering is enough for the plant. And on rainy days, there is enough natural moisture. The lack of liquid is in no way reflected on flowering, but its excess leads to decay of the roots, which threatens the death of the entire plant.
It is performed after each watering or rain to ensure that air enters the root system. Weeds are removed at the same time.
It is advisable to plant the plant in places where it is not so windy. But if this happened and the winds are strong, you need to worry about frame supports to protect against stem breakage.
Top dressing and fertilizers
This procedure depends on how fertile the soil is. With good soil condition, the plant does not need feeding. Otherwise, it is carried out 2 times a month using complex mineral fertilizers.
It is not difficult to transplant sanitation at any age and condition, even during the flowering period. The plant is easy to tolerate this procedure and continues its life path. Remember to thin out dense plantings and pinch the ends of the shoots before flowering.
Diseases and pests
There are two types of problems. This is rotting of the roots from an excess of moisture and the black leg fungus, which appears due to the same, only during the development of seedlings. To avoid sanitary diseases, it is necessary, first of all, to control the moisture content of the soil, ventilate the seedlings, loosen the soil and get rid of weeds in time.
Sanvitalia in landscape design
Despite its modest appearance, Sanvitalia looks great in mixed flower beds, next to nasturtiums, petunias, vervains and other plants. It is successfully used on alpine slides, gazebos and terraces, decorates garden paths, flower beds and borders, they cover an empty plot of land. But in the fall, it is worth transplanting it into a flowerpot and bringing it into the house, where all winter the plant will delight the inhabitants with its exquisite green carpet.
Types and varieties of sanitation
Only one widespread sanvitalia is cultivated. But breeders, crossing different species, have received many new varieties. The most popular ones are:
Outstretched - the most popular sanitation, as the most unpretentious among other varieties. Although the bush is not high, it spreads in different directions by almost half a meter. It has orange petals and a brown core.
Bright eyes - the variety has flowers of a picturesque color. Black-gray heart and juicy orange petals.
Honey saved - a bright, beautiful carpet is obtained when the plant blooms, which is not surprising, because it is the most exuberantly blooming variety with dark chocolate tubular centers and bright honey reed flowers.
Gold Braid - bushes, reaching 20 cm in height, widely spread their shoots in all directions. The flowers are yellowish with a black center.
A million suns - a variety with bright flowers, reminiscent of chamomile, with yellow petals and a tubular core of brown color. Grown as an ampelous plant.
Orange Sprite - this variety is endowed with dark green leaves and semi-double inflorescences of orange tone.
Aztek Gold - dark foliage does not hide yellow flowers with a greenish core at all.
Sanvitalia is a ground cover relative of sunflower, very decorative and unpretentious
Blooming world in containers
If you do not have a personal plot and you live in a city apartment, it doesn’t matter - a blooming garden can be created on outside window sills or balconies. There is an opinion that a window sill, balcony or loggia drowning in a sea of flowers is a sign of the owner in the house who appreciates taste and beauty. The floral decoration of parts of the facade undoubtedly attracts attention and makes everyone freeze with delight.
When all the night frosts in May pass, according to the German calendar of folk signs - this is from 11 to 14 May, and pedantic Germans call these days "Ice Saints" - it's time to start decorating the balcony, outside window sills, terrace with flowers. Many horticultures, horticultural farms, markets, flower shops offer a huge selection of both flowering and ornamental deciduous plants on the balcony. Before buying the plants you like, you need to act deliberately, you must clearly know what exactly you want to grow: just flowers, or perhaps flowers in combination with herbs, create a monochrome flower garden or a bright, raging mix of colors. In addition, it is necessary to create conditions for plants close to those in which they grow in nature.
Planting flowers in balcony boxes
Planting flowering or ornamental foliage plants in flower boxes does not take much time. You just have to adhere to some simple rules so that tasteful floral arrangements will delight you all summer long.
Step 1: create a drainage layer
We put expanded clay, gravel or broken shards at the bottom of the drainage container so that the drainage holes are not clogged with earth. The drainage layer 3-5 cm thick removes excess water and at the same time protects the soil from drying out.
Step 2: distribute the soil
First, pour a thin layer of fresh nutrient soil into the flower box. This can be soil from the garden or regular soil for flowering balcony plants purchased from specialized stores. Then we try to insert the plant: the upper part of the earthen coma should be at a level of 1-2 cm below the edge of the container. If the plant is planted above this level, it will dry out quickly, if below it, the roots may rot.
Step 3: landing
When composing flower arrangements in boxes, follow the same planting laws as in the garden and in flower beds, that is, it is necessary to take into account the height of plants in the background, middle and foreground. For the foreground, ampelous plants are better, for medium - undersized, medium-sized or ground cover plants. Plant tall or climbing plants in the back row. The composition looks harmonious if the plants are not arranged strictly in rows, but are slightly mixed. After planting, fill the empty spaces with the remaining soil. After planting the plants, water them liberally. Fresh soil should be moist, but not wet.
Floral arrangement schemes
In order for the flower decoration of a window or balcony to be harmonious, it is necessary to choose the right plants. We bring to your attention several schemes for creating flower beds in containers. Perhaps they will awaken your imagination and suggest new creative ideas on how to revive the windows or balcony of the house.
Good mood mix
This bright and sunny composition of annual flowers creates a joyful atmosphere of relaxation and holiday mood. She should be allocated a sufficiently lit, sunny place. It is designed for a box 80 cm long. On the right and left in the background beautiful rugs in warm orange color are formed by the 'Terracotta' dimorophote (1) with inflorescences reminiscent of chamomile. Between them flaunts a spurge (3), covered with hundreds of small snow-white flowers, like a white cloud that descended from heaven. Of the many golden-yellow flowers, lush pillows are formed along the front edge of the outstretched sanvitalia (3). The center is decorated with ampelous petunia 'Terracotta' (4) with flowers of stunning orange color with a pink tint.
Dreams with the scent of summer
Delicate filigree flowers intertwining with each other give this summer composition a special appeal. In the background, purple geranium flowers (Pelargonium 'Savannah Blue') rise (1). Cascading shoots, densely covered with blue fan-shaped scovola flowers (2), adorn the first row of the flower box. Adds compositions of glamor and ampelous geranium 'Mexica Nealit' (3), striking with its delicate pink flowers with white stripes.
A composition of lilac flowers in combination with fresh greens of decorative leafy plants looks quite extravagant and very elegant. On the left, thin curly shoots of morning glory 'Lime Green' (1), covered with lemon-yellow leaves, hang elegantly. Lush purple-blue inflorescences of angelonia 'Blue Improved' (2), which loves the sun, but grows quite well in partial shade, stretch upward. The baton of violet-lilac shades is picked up and immediately included in the play of colors by Coleus Blume 'Caipirinha' (3), strewn with green leaves with burgundy veins. Lush flowering rugs form 'Purple' calibrachoa. This composition is designed for a box 80 cm long and should be exposed in a sunny place.
Romantic mix in the shade
The flower box is adorned on both sides by two pieces of 'Ginger' ampelous fuchsia (1), strewn with graceful pink and white flowers that look like dancing ballerinas. They are effectively set off by the double flowers of Waller's balsam 'Fiesta Purple Double' (2). The centerpiece of a tuberous begonia (3) with creamy white double flowers gives a festive completeness to the composition. The overall composition is elegantly accentuated by the red-violet leaves of the morning glory of sweet potato 'Purple' (4). Place this composition in light partial shade and you will enjoy its lush bloom throughout the summer (flower box length: 80 cm).
Combining the lightness of a feather and the weight of luxurious flowers, this modern mix will delight and inspire you for weeks. In the background, on the right and left, there are nivyaniki (1) with bright red flowers. In the foreground, a dense cascade of white flowers is formed by nemesia (2). Red pennisetum (2) brings a feeling of lightness and airiness to the composition.
The pink-white ampelous petunia is in perfect harmony with the white flowers of nemesia (4). And the composition is completed by such summer flowers as pink geranium (5), velvety torenia (6) and pink terry petunia (7). A sunny or slightly shaded location is suitable for such a composition (box length 100 cm).
A fragrant experience in blue and white
This floral composition in blue and white tones bewitches with its delicate aroma and noble shine. Its skeleton is formed by three specimens of lantana (1), constantly blooming with white globular inflorescences with a strong aroma. The plant requires attention, all faded flowers must be removed immediately so as not to overshadow its appearance.
Captivates with a wonderful honey aroma and a long flowering period of Lobularia (2), forming a snow-white carpet strewn with flowers. The variety of the composition is given by blue-purple spike-shaped inflorescences of salvia (3) in combination with dark blue lobelia flowers (4). Highlight this composition in a sunny or slightly shaded place.
The fiery play of leaves and flowers
An unusual floral arrangement, at the same time daring and delicate, fresh and original, will undoubtedly become a favorite decoration of balconies and windows. To keep the velvety dark red leaves of Coleus (1) retain their color and not fade, put a flower box with these plants in partial shade, a balcony or windows facing east or west are ideal. An additional volume of the composition is given by the champion in splendor of flowering ampelous calibrachoy (2), strewn with orange flowers. The bright color parade is complemented by orange zinnia (3).
If you regularly remove faded flowers, it will form new ones all summer long. Revives the pennisetum flower arrangement (4). In the center in the foreground is ivy-shaped budra (5) with long flowing shoots covered with white-green rounded leaves. Cherry zinnia contributes to the fiery play of colors (6). The composition is designed for a flower box 80-100 cm long.
Sunshine every day
Yellow flowers create a sense of celebration and the presence of the sun even on the most cloudy summer days. Try to combine them with white flowers: this will add freshness and uniqueness to the composition. Zinnia is located on the left side of the flower box (1). Its large golden yellow flowers, only in a reduced version, repeats the prostrate sanvitalia (2). The carpet of her sunny colors can cheer you up in any weather.
The center of the composition is formed by petunia (3) with white double flowers. The white color is repeated by the snow-white zinnia flowers (4), adorning the right side of the flower box.
Important: in sunny hot weather, it is recommended to water the plants daily, apply fertilizer for flowering balcony plants once a week, or use long-acting fertilizers.
Translation: Lesya V.
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Sanvitalia - gardening
Everyone who has looked into Temka, good health and good mood.
The summer has just ended, and every florist is already considering plans for replenishing beauty for the next season.
And we start, as always, with the purchase of seeds and sowing. After all, this is the cheapest and most interesting way to replenish your collection.
What could be more wonderful to watch the birth of a new life from a tiny seed!
I open the topic of selling seeds of my own harvest in 2017.
I offer seeds of annual and perennial flowers. (The offer is valid from December to April)
PRICE OF ANY PACKAGE -5 UAH
The seeds are clean, without husks.
The package contains enough for sowing, a lot, I did not count by the piece.
Those that are little tied are very difficult to collect or clean - a little smaller.
Do not forget that the seeds are harvested at home and cross-pollination or some changes are likely.
BUT this, as practice shows, is even more interesting.
If Plants are planted in separate sectors of the garden, I collect by varieties (flowers). If next, then I put them together and write MIX.
I am sending the seeds by Ukrposhta in a special parcel post bubble envelope by registered mail.
The cost of postage with an envelope is 18 UAH (depends on mail rates).
Ageratum mix (white, blue, pink).
Adonis summer red
Aster annual collected from Matsumoto mix in red and blue tones.
Verbena ampelous pink
Gaillardia double color Lorenziana mix
Gypsophila annual white
Gomfrena bouquet purple
Godetia azalea dwarf multiflora (seeds came to me last year from Israel, we did not come across this)
Turkish carnation mix
Turkish Carnation Mirage (dark cherry, velvet)
Rejected marigolds (low, spherical) orange
Rejected marigolds (dwarf, spherical) lemon, height was 15 cm
Rejected marigolds (short, spherical) fiery brown
African marigolds (tall large, can be in a bouquet) Hawaii
Gelikhrizum mix (bright dried flowers)
Delphinium terry hyacinth (height 20-25cm), exactly looks like terry hyacinth
Eschsholzia fiery yellow
Escholzia Terry Pink Pastel
Morning glory (bindweed) pink
Morning glory (bindweed) is bright red, the flower is small, but very much, gorgeous greenery, can rise to a support up to 8 m.
Calendula terry mix
Coreopsis annual Bengal tiger
Bell two-year-old medium mix
Bell two-year-old terry blue
Clarkia Terry Mix
Snapdragon ampelous Kandi Shovers mix
Limonium Suvorov (dried flowers)
Matiola horned, night violet (awesome smell from childhood!)
Terry annual mallow (blooms in the year of sowing) mix
Molucella (dried flowers)
Nigella (nigella) blue, very drought-resistant, undersized, also used as a dried flower
Purslane large-flowered mix (withstands even severe drought)
Decorative brownish-golden sunflower (bouquet, many flowers on a thin strong leg, holds the head well)
Decorative terry sunflower (height about 2 m, large, blooms until frost, the flower lasts about a month)
Penisetum Red Dragon (can be used in dry bouquets)
Rudbeckia large-flowered yellow, bouquet
Rudbeckia dwarf yellow jam
Rudbeckia Autumn colors (very bright)
Rudbeckia large-flowered amber
Sanvitalia yellow with a dark eye
Scabiosa mix (blooms until frost, inflorescences are used in dry bouquets)
Phlox Drumonda mix (very bright, undersized, all different, out of 50 planted there was not a single repeating one)
Zinnia terry fiery red, velvety, the color is accurately reproduced
Zinnia terry large-flowered mix
Zinnia large-flowered carousel
Zinnia scabiose Cupcakes (collected from those in the photo was also pink)
Terry zinnia Lilliput, pink, flower 6-7 cm, height 25-35 cm.
Cellozia comb red
Cellozia comb mix
Daylily seeds. Collected from very beautiful varieties, forced pollination. I collected it for myself, but I see that I will not master everything. Bloom in the second year. 5 UAH / for 1 piece
Aquilegia double Clementine pink
Aquilegia terry Clementine white
Terry aquilegia "Yupochki" mix (at the bottom of each bell * white rim-Yupochka)
Aquilegia terry white
Aquilegia terry "Yupochki" pink
Aquilegia terry "Yupochki" blue
Aquilegia tall large-flowered red-yellow bicolor
Aquilegia tall large-flowered lemon.
Aquilegia large-flowered blue-pink range, old variety, "grandmother"
Aquilegia Crown red
Aquilegia spurless pink mix
Aquilegia chocolate with rim
Amsonia Taberemontana (winter sowing)
Arabis white mini
Arabis variegata white
Armeria broadleaf pink
Astrantia white (harvested from variegated, winter sowing)
Breeze (can be used in dry bouquets)
Buzulnik scalloped mix Othello + Desdemona
Veronica broadleaf First Love bright pink
Veronica broadleaf First Choice pale pink
Veronica plumosa blue lavender plum
Veronica plumosa pink Amethyst flame
Veronica blue first glory
Veronica bright lilac
Veronica light pink
Veronica early blue Royal Blue
Veronica mix broadleaf
Gaillardia perennial undersized Arizona * mix
Gaillardia perennial undersized red with edging Arizona Sun
Gaillardia perennial undersized yellow Arizona Apricot
Gaillardia perennial undersized red Arizona Red
Delphinium terry mix
Delphinium high ocean blue mix
Dicentra lovely white
Dicentra lovely pink
Doronicum oriental undersized 25 cm
Eremurus mix (yellow, lemon, pink, orange)
Irises spuria mix (winter sowing)
Bellflower hybrid broadleaf blue
Bellflower hybrid broadleaf white
Bell pyramidal blue
Bell peach blue
Bell point pink
Blue bell platikidon
Crowded blue bell
Garden feather grass
Feather grass high Gigantea
Liatris spikelet pink
Lychnis alpine white
Likhnis Kukushkin color (alpine plant, height 5-7 cm)
Lychnis crown velvet red
Likhnis chalcedony red (height 50-70cm)
Lobelia cardinal white
Purple giant bow
Eastern white hellebore (winter sowing)
Eastern pink hellebore (winter sowing)
Foxglove white / 2-3 pcs
Digitalis ciliate / 2-3pcs
Penstemon bearded purple
Penstemon Bearded Pink
Penstemon dwarf Pinacolada blue (15 cm) / 2-3 pcs
Penstemon coarse-haired pygmy purple (15 cm)
Penstemon harsh-haired Gold Nagt Sid white (15 cm)
Pyrethrum pale pink
Rod millet (can be used in dry bouquets)
Primula species spring (honey primrose)
Primula red large-flowered
Pushkinia Lebanese mix (winter sowing)
Chamomile Silver Princess
Chamomile gigella maya early
Chamomile Old Court Verate
Chamomile Virral suprem
Chamomile high cut
Rudbeckia terry yellow
Hanging symphiandra white
Scylla white (winter sowing)
Scylla ultramarine (winter sowing)
Sitnik (can be planted in a pond)
Turkestan tulip (winter sowing), germinates very well
Tulip Tarda (winter sowing), germinates very well
Chiastofilum (pulverized seeds, sow on perlite)
Corydalis white rhizome (blooms all summer), winter sowing
Corydalis rhizome yellow (blooms all summer), winter sowing
Mix hosts (collected from the most beautiful, including blue ones)
Juniola (hasmantium), can be used for dry bouquets
There are also ribbed melon seeds. The variety is very old, but stable (20 years). The fruits are large, sweet, the flesh is white, juicy, fragrant and not hard, the skin of ripe fruits is thin. The melon is not pineapple, a little late (then super early GMOs were not bred at that time). The longer the seeds lie, the higher the yield. I plant through seedlings.
Some green seeds:
-bow on a feather Parade
-redis Ice Icicle
- Lollo Rossa salad (green)
- Lollo Bionde salad (red) -3-4 pieces
- cilantro (coriander)
- large-leaf parsley
- basil black opal
- thick-walled cuboid sweet pepper (mix of yellow, red, burgundy), in the vicinity of bitter no, not pollinated.
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adonis summer red aster scarlet (juvel in the background - there are 5 pieces too)
Verbena ampelous pink Gaillardia Lorenziana mix
350+ different types of colors with names and images (A - Z)
Flowers aren't just about classifying them in terms of color, when to use them, what to use them for, and when they bloom.
If you really want to get a complete picture of everything, you must understand the different types of colors and some of their classifications. If you are interested in knowing all of them, read on, because we have taken care of everything.
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Monocotyledonous and dicotyledonous plants differ mainly in the number of seed leaves they have in their first flowering. Hence, in simple terms, monocotyledonous plants only have one cotyledon per seed. This classification of plants mainly includes bulbs such as garlic, onions, tulips, daffodils, lilies and even orchids.
On the other hand, as the term suggests, dicotyledonous seeds have two cotyledons. Dicotyledonous plants include roses, daisies, the Aster family, and some popular fruits and vegetables such as carrots, peaches, apples, and cabbage.
These are the two main classifications of flowering plants. In addition to what has already been mentioned, we can further differentiate them in terms of their most distinctive individual characteristics.
Color grading is not only fun, but also useful for landscaping, pruning stems, and more.
Of course, we cannot squeeze them all in here, because there are hundreds of thousands of them. There are two types of flowers, arranged alphabetically, and if you want to list your favorite flowers in alphabetical order, you must enter either their common names or their scientific names. Flower names with pictures in alphabetical order can be found here.
- Colors starting with A
- Colors starting with B
- Colors starting with C
- Colors starting with D
- Colors starting with E
- Colors starting with F
- Colors starting with G
- Colors starting with H
- Colors starting with I
- Colors starting with K
- Colors starting with L
- Colors starting with M
- Colors starting with N
- Colors starting with O
- Colors starting with P
- Colors starting with Q
- Colors starting with R
- Colors starting with S
- Colors starting with T
- Colors starting with U
- Colors starting with V
- Flowers starting with W
- Flowers starting with X
- Flowers starting with Y
- Flowers starting with Z
Another way to classify flowers is by color; each colored flower had its own specific symbolic meaning. In most cases, some colors can have more than one color set. And, of course, there are flowers of a very rare color.
These flowers are associated with dignity, nobility, royalty and wisdom. Some famous purple flowers are lavender, catnip, sage, anemone, indigo, purple heathers, Chinese aster, and wild hyacinth.
More types of purple flowers
This flower color is rare. Blue flowers are symbolically associated with peace and tranquility. Known blue flowers are cornflower, hydrangea, periwinkle, forget-me-nots, brunner, grape hyacinth and morning glory.
Read more: 50+ kinds of blue flowers
Yellow flowers are known to symbolize, among other things, joy, innocence and devotion. They often have white contrasts / shades. The most famous yellow flowers are marigolds (marigolds), calla lily, yellow rose, yellow tulips, daffodils, yellow carnations and gerbera daisies.
This flower color is commonly found in spring gardens, in vases at home, and especially at weddings. Popular pink flowers are azaleas, pink roses, pink carnations, chrysanthemums, dahlias and peonies.
White flowers are symbols of perfection, divinity, innocence, peace and rebirth. They can be seen in compositions and vases for all occasions. Famous white flowers are white roses, scabiosa, wisteria, lilies, magnolias, jasmine, white tulips, chamomile and white hydrangea.
It is a symbol of passion, love, affection and romance. There are many naturally red flowers, but there are other varieties as well. Well-known red flowers are alstroemerias, red roses, red tulips, red gerberas, red dahlias, hibiscus and perennial geraniums.
These flowers will always decorate any spring or summer garden. They represent euphoria, enthusiasm, passion and courage. It contains begonia, birds of paradise, chrysanthemums, orange tulips, iris, buttercup, cosmos, zinnia and California poppy.
Read more: Types of orange flowers
Of course, there are flowers of a unique green color and of course they are very rare. The bells of Ireland, hellebores, green roses, chrysanthemums, mother spiders and green scabiosa would line up to this color type.
Black flowers, despite their sinister appearance, perfectly complement the composition. They represent goodbye and rebirth. Some flowers with black varieties are roses, dahlias, hellebores, pansies, calla lilies, tulips, and petunias.
While there are no known black and white flowers, there are flowers with black and white varieties such as roses, calla lilies, carnations, chamomile, orchids, camellia, and hibiscus.
Some popular flowers also have brown variations. This flower color is associated with stability, safety and warmth. Flowers with brown varieties - pansies, bearded iris, columbines, daylilies, dahlias, and oriental poppy.
Since flowers are inherently symbolic and have their own places of origin, they are also classified in terms of the nations they represent. Here is some of them.
Besides the national plum blossom, there are other local, popular and regional flowers in China. These Chinese flowers are: peonies, chrysanthemums, orchids, Chinese rose (queen of flowers), camellia, azalea, lotus, osmanthus and daffodil, gardenia and annual aster.
The national flower of Africa is King Proteus or King Sugarbush. Apart from this, Africa is also known as the birthplace of 90 flowers and their number. The most popular of these flowers are: satin flower, yellow bush lily, amaryllis belladonna, pilgrim, birds of paradise, adenium, fire lily, cape chamomile and calla lily.
Japan's national flower is not the sakura blossom, contrary to popular belief; it is actually a 16-petaled chrysanthemum, also known as the imperial flower in Japan. Other popular and indigenous flowers in Japan are camellia, daffodil, wisteria, plum blossom, red spider lily, sweet pea, sunflower and of course sakura (cherry blossom).
The classification of flowers by flowering time is convenient in landscape design. Here is a rundown of the types of flowers that will peak bloom in the following seasons. Note that we will be using NH for the northern hemisphere and SH for the southern hemisphere bloom time.
March to June (NH) September to November (SH) famous spring flowers are: snapdragon, African daisy, dianthus, pansies, alissum, freesia, agapanthus, calla lily, cornflower, phlox, amaryllis. , rose, stargazer, tulip, poppy and more.
Blooming from June (NH) and December (SH), summer flowers are composed of: calendula, geranium, periwinkle, zinnia, impatiens, cornflower, heather, hydrangea, dahlia, cosmos, lilac, gardenia and carnation. ...
Autumn starts in September (NH) and March (SH).The following flowers bloom this season: begonia, petunia, nasturtium, celosia, calendula, amaranth, gypsophila, iris, juniper and Asiatic lily.
There are also cold-hardy flowers that peak in December (NH) and June (SH). These flowers are: primrose, sweet pea, rootstock, flowering cabbage, carnation, alstroemeria, star of Bethlehem, gerbera daisy, Christmas cactus and protea.
Each state of each region in all countries of the world has their own state flowers. In this section, we take a special look at the state of Hawaii.
# 1. Alabama
# 2 Alaska
# 4 arizona
# 5 California
# 6. Colorado
|Calla lily||Clematis||Coral bells|
|Lungwort||Lupine ‘Gallery Mix’||Marigold|
|Rocky mountain columbine||Salvia 'May Night'||Sedum 'Tapestry Carpet'|
# 7 connecticut
|Blue Mist Flower (Conoclinium Coelestinum)||Blue Star (Amsonia Tabernaemontana)||Bush asters (Aster Dumosus)|
|Canadian Columbine (Aquilegia201||Asclepias Quadrifolia)|
|Jerusalem artichoke (Helianthus Tuberosus)||Joe-Pie Weed (Eutrochium Fistulosum)||Leather Leaf (Chamaedaphne Calyculata)|
|Gayfeleaf||(Liiverafeld) (Caltha Palustris)|
|Poppy Mexican prickly (Argemone Mexicana)||Pearly Everlasting (Anaphalis Margaritacea)||Seashore Mallow (Kosteletzkya Virginica)|
|Shrubby St. St. John's wort (Hypericum Prolificum)||Cranesbill spotted (Geranium Maculatum)||Swamp Milk (Asclepias Incarnata)|
|Thimbleweed (Anemone Virginiana)||Tickseed (Corepsis||) White currant (Actaea pachypoda)||White snake (Ageratina Altissima)||White Yarrow (Achillea Millefolium)|
|Wild lupine (Lupinus perennis)|
# 10 Georgia
# 11 Hawaii
Hawaii's state flower is the yellow hibiscus, popularly known as pua mao hau hele. Other flowers that represent certain islands in Hawaii include plumeria, bird of paradise, jasmine, lehua flower, and naupaka.