Pilea
The homeland of pylaea is the tropics of Asia, Africa and Australia. If you touch the mature buds of pylaea or slightly sprinkle water on them, they open and shoot…

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Cyclamen
Cyclamen is a houseplant belonging to the family of primrose. Homeland - The Mediterranean coast of southern Europe. Cyclamen grows from fibrous round or flattened tubers. From the upper tuber…

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Cyclamen
Cyclamen is a houseplant belonging to the family of primrose. Homeland - The Mediterranean coast of southern Europe. Cyclamen grows from fibrous round or flattened tubers. From the upper tuber…

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chrysanthemums

17 interesting facts about colors

Flowers are essential in the culture of most peoples. Somewhere they are used for decoration, somewhere they serve as a sign of attention, and somewhere they are completely revered, as, for example, in some countries of Africa. It would seem that these are just plant propagation organs, but humanity has made a real cult of them, and for many hundreds of years, in most parts of the Earth, a bouquet of flowers has served as a universal gift.

1. The smallest flower in the world, belonging to the duckweed family, has a diameter of only 1 millimeter. The largest flower on the planet boasts a tropical plant of Arnold’s rafflesia – with a diameter of 91 centimeters, it weighs about 11 kilograms.

2.White colors do not exist – in fact, they are colorless, that is, they do not have any color pigments and simply reflect sunlight. Black pigment also does not exist in the world of colors – the color can be either dark red or deep purple. Continue reading

Rules for making flower arrangements

Flowers accompanied a person throughout his life. Mankind has dedicated a huge number of legends, songs, poems, and paintings to flowers. It is hard to imagine our gardens without a riot of colors, shapes, subtle smells. Breeders tirelessly work on creating new varieties, and flower shop shelves are bursting with tender and capricious goods. Without flowers, it’s hard to imagine an anniversary, a wedding or a holiday. And, perhaps, there is not a single country in the world that would not use flowers at official and festive events.

True love for flowers, their charm, fragility, perfection, forced mankind to establish a whole science of creating works of art from living flowers. This science is called floristry. Continue reading

CHRISTMAS FLOWERS – WHICH TO CHOOSE

Christmas holidays are associated with a Christmas tree, bright balls and a nativity scene. Choosing bouquets and compositions of flowers for Christmas, you should stop choosing those that are decorated with elements corresponding to the holiday.

FIRST BRANCH COMPOSITIONS
Flowers for Christmas Suitable compositions for Christmas are compositions that include branches of spruce, spruce or pine. A combination of green and red is considered classic and not out of fashion. In addition to classic roses and “winter” chrysanthemums, you can use rowan branches or their imitation, red Christmas balls, satin or chiffon ribbons. The composition of the cotton branches, which today are considered one of the most popular floral trends, will be refreshed. Continue reading

SPRING BOUQUET FROM "A" TO "Z"
How to choose a spring bouquet in the store and how to make it yourself? In order to answer these questions you need to have an idea about the flowers…

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Fleeting sakura blossom
Sakura, or ornamental cherry, is loved and revered throughout Japan, and thousands of tourists annually plan their vacation so that they are sure to get there during its flowering. Sakura…

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Begonia
The birthplace of this plant is South America, Asia, Africa and the islands of the Malay archipelago. Currently, more than 2000 garden forms obtained through selection are known. Begonias were…

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Toys from fresh flowers. How to care for them?
A toy made of flowers is an original and unforgettable present for any occasion. The popularity of touching figures is growing. They can cause a wide range of positive emotions…

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