Types Of Flowers

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Hello in my previous articles I have done articles about types of phobias, types of trees. But today I will be talking about types of flowers, these facts came from this website:


But I put these facts in my own words

this paragraph is from this website: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Flower

”A flower, sometimes known as a bloom or blossom, is the reproductive structure found in flowering plants (plants of the division Magnoliophyta, also called angiosperms). The biological function of a flower is to effect reproduction, usually by providing a mechanism for the union of sperm with eggs.”

so you can find more information with those website.


  • Allium flower: There known for their tall stems and long spherical heads. The blooms are usually violet, blue and pink can be found as well.

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  • Anemone flower: The anemone flower includes 120 species of flowers. But the most common that are found are found in the North America, they are white, pink or violet hues. It doesn’t grow well during summer droughts, ”overly wet winters or high winds.”

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  • Bee balm: The ornamental flower attracts bees, hummingbirds, and other beneficial pollinators. they are valued for there deep scarlet color, ”but also come in blue, violet, white and pink.”

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  • Azalea flower: It is also referred as “the royalty of the garden” there known for there beautiful colors and foliage, and thousands of varieties to choose from.

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  • Balloon flower: It bursts and blooms into a star shaped flower, it is addition for its beauty, varying sunlight, water and soil.

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  • Basket of gold flower: Its low growing and bright yellow, ”this makes for a perfect addition to a rock garden or xeriscape.”

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  • Bell flower: ”The variety of Bell flowers available can fit any gardener’s need.” It goes from short to tall, and it features almost every color of the rainbow.

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  • Bergenia flower: It is also known as Pigsqueak or Elephant’s ears……

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  • Bleeding heart: It’s a heart shapes and it hands from a long stem, it would also look nice as a exquisite cut flower to display at home.

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  • Bloodroot: This flower gets it’s name from it’s bright red poisonous sap that you can see when you cut open the stem. But can make a great addition to a shaded garden.

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  • Buttercup flower: This flower is a favorite, that’s at least what i’v heard from the website. And it requires to be regular maintenance to keep from spreading.

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  • California poppy: It is ideal for dry gardens, and sandy areas with full of sun. it comes in red, orange, yellow, white, and pink.

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  • Foxglove flower: It typically takes 2 seasons before it blooms. But its worth it, and it can handle a wide range of sun and soil types.
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  •  Gazania flower: ”Growing large, daisy-like flowers, the Gazania is commonly used as colorful groundcover in sun soaked gardens.” It can be brought inside during the fall as long as it’s kept near bright light and few waterings.

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  • Globe Thistle flower: It has a tall stem and spherical flowerhead. It comes in shades of blue and violet, and the Globe Thistle attracts bees and butterflies, as well as making for a gorgeous cut bouquet.

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So those are some flowers and some interesting information about, I hope you enjoy.


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