Wednesday, 30 November 2011

white flowers wallpapers.





white flowers wallpapers.

Carnation flowers wallpapers.

 Carnations is a herbaceous perennial plant  growing to 80 cm tall. The leaves are-glaucous greyish green to blue-green, slender, up to 15 cm long. The flowers are produced singly or up to five together in a chyme they are 3–5 cm diameter, and sweetly scented; the original natural flower colour is bright pinkish-purple, but cultivars of other colours, including red, white, yellow and green, have been developed.
 white, yellow, red, pink, purple carnation flowers, image.
 Carnations require well-drained, neutral to slightly alkaline soil, and full sun. Numerous cultivar have been selected for garden planting. Typical examples include 'Gina Porto', 'Helen', 'Laced Romeo', 'Red Rocket'. Colombia is the largest carnation producer  in the world.

 Carnations do not naturally produce the pigment  thus a blue carnation cannot occur by natural selection or be created by traditional plant breeding. It shares this characteristic with other widely sold flowers like roseslilies chrysanthemums and gerberas.
 Oxford University, carnation are traditionally worn to all examinations; white for the first exam, pink for exams in between and a red for the last exam. Originally this was a white carnation that was kept in a red inkpot between exams, so by the last exam it was fully red. It is thought to originate in the late 1990s.

Tuesday, 29 November 2011

Earth smallest flowers pictures.




Earth smallest flowers pictures.

World smallest flowers photos.





World smallest flowers photos.

Monday, 28 November 2011

Nasturtium flowers photos.






The flowers have five petals and are spurred and come in cheerful reds, yellows, oranges and creams. The leaves are round with radial veins like fairy umbrellas. Nasturtiums survive in warm regions for several years and often self seed but are only reliably hardy in zones 8-11.
They are good in containers and withstand drought better than most annuals but do best in moist well-drained soil in full to part sun. If the soil is too rich they produce mainly leaves instead of flowers. They are susceptible to aphids, and cabbage moth caterpillars like them.

Sunday, 27 November 2011

Daisy flowers pictures.

 pink daisy flower picture.
 light pink daisy flower picture.
 purple daisy flower picture.
 white daisy flower picture.
yellow daisy flower picture.

Lotus flowers tattoos pictures.





Lotus flowers tattoos pictures.

Saturday, 26 November 2011

Fuchsia flowers.

 Fuchsias are well known as container plants, and the small woody shrubs are overwintered indoors. Enthusiasts, as well as commercial growers, strike cuttings in early spring. They take root easily and come into flower soon afterwards. The mass-produced plants find their way to the containers and hanging baskets of consumers who normally allow the plants to freeze to death in autumn.
 There are also fuchsias that are grown from seed early in the year. Fuchsia procurable is a characteristic example. This New Zealand species has thin trailing stems with delicate leaves and small erect flowers in the most improbable colours for a fuchsia: deep egg yellow, aubergine, and olive green with rose-red stamens and old rose anthers. You will need to look closely, because the flowers are only about 3A in long. After the plant has flowered, reddish berries appear. These contain the seeds, which germinate easily, but briefly. Do not stand the plant in full sunlight and give it plenty of water.
 white purple fuchsia flowers.
 red fuchsia flowers.
 In addition to the genuine species suitable for sowing, there are also cultivated forms that are propagated by seed. They include the Fuseedia series (from “fuchsia” and “seed”). Fuchsia ‘Fuseedia Rose-Blue’ has a rose-red calyx and shades of violet in its corolla. Fuchsia ‘Fuseedia White-Blue’ has an almost white calyx (tinged with pale pink). The violet-blue corolla with conspicuous, protruding red stamens is suspended below it. At a height of 8-10 in, both plants remain very short and are intended mainly for planting out in flower-beds, although the latter plant also looks good in a pot or other container.
Fuchsias like warmth, but dislike drought, sun, and wind, which affect the thin leaves. It is therefore best to hang or place them in partial shade and to give them plenty of water and food.