One curious thing about the Aster flower is that it doesn’t bloom in yellow or orange shades and it’s only available on white, violet, blue and even purple. The flower does not wither up until 10 day after its cutting and so this makes it even more sought by the florists who are continuously seeking for resistant and beautiful flowers to contribute to their unique floral arrangements.
Poppy, a plant discovered 3000 years ago in the Egyptian Pyramids, used to be considered by some cultures a symbol of deep sleep and death. The first significance is inspired by the opium that can be extracted from it and the second one by the powerful red color that has great resemblance with that of blood.
Originating from the tropical American region, the Bouvardia flower belongs to the Rubiaceae family and represents a genus comprising of a limited number of species, around 30 species. The Bouvardia flower is an ornamental plant highly appreciated amongst garden lovers and it’s known to grow up to a 1, 5 m height.
Being a part of the Sanguinaria genus, Bloodroot is a perennial plant native to North America. It is also known as bloodwort, red puccoon root or pauson. Another name attributed to Bloodroot has been tetterwort but, in order to avoid misunderstandings, as the British people use it in order to refer to Greater Celandine, the term is no longer used.
The Liatris are perennial summer plants originating from the east of North America. Also referred to as Blazing Stars or gay Feathers, the Liatris flowers are strongly pollinated, as their blooming flower acts as a magnet for the bees and the butterflies. Although people use it mainly as a decorative plant, there are situations when people cultivate this plant indoors in pots.
Quercus prinus or Chestnut Oak is a species of oak native to the eastern United States. Chestnut Oak does not impress by its size that can usually reach a maximum number of 22 meters. Occasionally, in great growing conditions and if receiving all the needed attention, the tree can reach a height of 40 to 43 meters, but these cases are very rare.