Allium
Allium
Also known as Peruvian Lily. Named after botanist Klas Von Alstroemer.
Alstroemeria
A popular bulb plant for growing indoors.
Amaryllis
Windflower, as it was believed the wind made the blossom open.
Anemone
From a Greek word meaning, flower tail.
Anthurium
Tiny, delicate blossoms. Also known as Gyp. (Gypsophila)
Baby's Breath
One of many different Protea varieties.
Banksia
Named for its colorful, bird-like blossom.
Bird Of Paradise
Originally from South America.
Bouvardia
Aptly named for its shape and size.
Button Pom
Its earliest origins were in southern Africa.
Calla Lily
One of the many varieties of tropical Heliconia.
Caribea Heliconia
From an old Italian word meaning complexion.
Carnation
Through the ages, the lily has stood for purity and sweetness.
Casablanca Lily
Cherry Blossom
Cherry Blossom
Cockscomb
Cockscomb
Cornflower
Cornflower
Often referred to as Jonquil.
Daffodil
From Day's Eye, as some open in the morning and close at night.
Daisy
Named so because its flower spurs resemble dolphins.
Delphinium
Dendron means tree.  Sometimes grown on trees for structural support.
Dendrobium Orchid
Eremurus
Eremurus
Named after German botanist Friedrich H.T. Freese.
Freesia
Also Spider mum, with ancient origins in China and Japan.
Fuji Mum
A fragrant white flower that means You're lovely.
Gardenia
Genistra
Genistra
Named after German naturalist Traugott Gerber.
Gerbera Daisy
As in gladiator, because ot its sword-shaped leaves.
Gladiolus
Gloriosa Lily
Gloriosa Lily
Heather
Heather
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