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    flowers
  • (of a plant) Produce flowers; bloom
  • (flower) bloom: produce or yield flowers; "The cherry tree bloomed"
  • Be in or reach an optimum stage of development; develop fully and richly
  • (flower) a plant cultivated for its blooms or blossoms
  • (flower) reproductive organ of angiosperm plants especially one having showy or colorful parts
  • Induce (a plant) to produce flowers
    seeds
  • The cause or latent beginning of a feeling, process, or condition
  • A flowering plant's unit of reproduction, capable of developing into another such plant
  • go to seed; shed seeds; "The dandelions went to seed"
  • (seed) a mature fertilized plant ovule consisting of an embryo and its food source and having a protective coat or testa
  • A quantity of these
  • (seed) a small hard fruit
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The Complete Guide to Saving Seeds: 322 Vegetables, Herbs, Fruits, Flowers, Trees, and Shrubs
The Complete Guide to Saving Seeds: 322 Vegetables, Herbs, Fruits, Flowers, Trees, and Shrubs
Learn how to collect, save, and cultivate the seeds from more than 300 vegetables, herbs, fruits, flowers, trees, and shrubs. It’s easy, and it’s fun! Authors Robert Gough and Cheryl Moore-Gough thoroughly explain every step in the seed-saving process. Descriptions of seed biology; tips on how to select plants for the best seeds; and advice on harvesting and cleaning, proper storage and care, and propagating and caring for new seedlings are all presented with clear, easy-to-follow instructions. Chapters dedicated to individual plants contain species-specific directions and detailed information. Gardeners of any experience level will find all the information they need to extend the life of their favorite plants to the next generation and beyond.

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Medinillia's rosy stems axis out to support fading flowers as magenta seeds form... Rose Grape Medinillia
Medinillia's rosy stems axis out to support fading flowers as magenta seeds form... Rose Grape Medinillia
Explore Nov 4, 2010 #61 I love the light and translucence, rosy stems reaching out geometrically to support the developing berries. And look closely at the flower petals falling away, leaving cuplike sepals which become the upper edges of the magenta seed. The light steaming in from the upper right creating seafoam blue spaces that complement the rosy stems and pearl-like translucent berries. Ah, Mother Nature! How do you do it? Medinilla is a genus of about 150 species of flowering plants in the family Melastomataceae, native to tropical regions of the Old World from Africa (two species) east through Madagascar (about 70 species) and southern Asia to the western Pacific Ocean islands. The genus was named after J. de Medinilla, governor of the Mariana Islands in 1820. They are evergreen shrubs or lianas. The leaves are opposite or whorled, or alternate in some species. The flowers are white or pink, produced in large panicles. This species is forgiving and relatively tolerant of alkaline soil, chilly nights and bright sunlight. Easy to grow unlike Medinilla magnifica which has more showy pink bracts. Highly recommended. Rose Grape Medinilla, Medinilla myriantha Melastoma Fairchild Tropical Botanic Gardens, Miami, FL.
Wondrous magenta and purple seeds on rosy stems... Rose Grape Medinillia
Wondrous magenta and purple seeds on rosy stems... Rose Grape Medinillia
I love the light and color, the rosy stems reaching out geometrically to support developing berries. And look closely at the flowers falling away, leaving the cuplike sepal which will become the form of the magenta seed. The light steaming in from the upper right creates seafoam blue spaces that complement the rosy stems and pearl- like magenta berries. Ah, Mother Nature! How do you do it? Medinilla is a genus of about 150 species of flowering plants in the family Melastomataceae, native to tropical regions of the Old World from Africa (two species) east through Madagascar (about 70 species) and southern Asia to the western Pacific Ocean islands. The genus was named after J. de Medinilla, governor of the Mariana Islands in 1820. They are evergreen shrubs or lianas. The leaves are opposite or whorled, or alternate in some species. The flowers are white or pink, produced in large panicles. This species is forgiving and relatively tolerant of alkaline soil, chilly nights and bright sunlight. Easy to grow as distinguished from Medinillia magnifica which has showy pink bracts. Highly recommended. Rose Grape Medinilla, Medinilla myriantha Melastoma Fairchild Tropical Botanic Gardens, Miami, FL.

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Picotee Blue Morning Glory - 10 Seeds - Easy to Grow!
MORNING GLORY: Morning Glories are one of the best flowers to decorate fences and walls. The vining plants have gorgeous trumpet shaped flowers that open in the morning time. Each bloom only lasts a day, and the delicate flower fades with the advancing sunlight. The flowers also attract hummingbirds.
Picotee Blue Morning Glory: Beautiful, deep violet blue double flowers trimmed in white. Truly an exquisite flower. Climbs to approximately 5 feet. May also be used in hanging baskets. Soak seed 24 hours before sowing. If starting indoors, plant 4-8 weeks before last frost. Prefers sun.
Proper name: Ipomoea purpurea 'Picotee Blue'

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