Osiris.  I wonder how this is different from Love.

Osiria Rose Care - How to Take Care of Osiria Rose Bushes

Gardening- such a beautiful rose! Rosa 'Osiria' (Rose 'Osiria') Hybrid tea or large glowering bush rose,upright habit.Flowers summer and autumn,fragrant,doubles with deep red inside petals and silver-white on outside of each petal.

On my wish list Gold Coast Peachy "fantastic smell. the overall scent is really intoxicating. I'd describe it as a cinammon with a jasmine/coconut scent. Quite wonderful.

Delicate Chinese Lantern Plant Sheer Skeleton outer, fruit inside #naturalsnacks

Chinese lantern plant skeleton with fruit. Beautiful fun to have in Fall garden. Caution: these plants spread quickly so recommend trying to contain them.

Bleeding heart (Lamprocapnos spectabilis) flower native to Asia

Bleeding heart plant is a native of the Asian continent and the other name is Dicentra spectabilis. This is an old-fashioned herbaceous plant, which is perennial in nature. It is famous for the unusual heart shaped flowers and has beautiful foliage.

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8 of the world’s most bizarre flowers: bundyspooks: “ Swaddled Babies Flying Duck Orchid Hooker’s Lips Orchid Ballerina Orchid Monkey Orchid Naked Man Orchid Laughing.

photo .... purple water lilies ... luv the pattern the flowers and leave make ... design idea ...

photo .... purple water lilies ... luv the pattern the flowers and leave make ... design idea ...

Asian Lily Queen Of The Night.  Feel the beauty of Nature...!

~~ Asiatic lily 'Queen of the Night' Thoroughly spectacular and totally unique, Queen of Night boasts big flowers so dark they appear black in the garden. Large red-orange stamens highlight the ebony blooms nicely. Their sweet fragrance is a lovely acce


Product Type: BonsaiUse: Indoor PlantsCultivating Difficulty Degree: Very EasyClassification: Novel PlantFull-bloom Period: AutumnType: Blooming PlantsFlowerpot

yarasa çiçek..

White Bat Flower (Tacca Integrifolia), Cat’s Whiskers or Devil’s Tongue and as for me, I will call it "Cat's Whiskers".