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Ornithogalum fl-93 Although nearly 150 ornithogalum species are known, fewer than five are regularly used as cut flowers. The flower's common name, Star of Bethlehem, is often applied to three of these blooms, despite their distinct differences. Product Details
Papyrus gr-41   Product Details
Peruvian Apple fl-96 Of South American origin, alstroemeria--also known as Peruvian lily--is a member of the Amaryllidaceae family and is related to the onion, daffodil, agapanthus and nerine. Product Details
Phlox fl-97 Included among the bountiful number of summertime blooms is that of the herbaceous perennial, phlox. The name phlox is a Latin word for "flower" or "flame," which comes from the Greek word meaning "wallflower." Product Details
Pods - Asclepia pods po-2   Product Details
Pods - Echinacea Pods po-4   Product Details
Pods - Nigella Pods po-8 Nigella damascena, sometimes called "love-in-a-mist," belongs to the Ranunculaceae family and originates in the Mediterranean region and western Asia. Product Details
Pods - Ricinus po-18   Product Details
Pods - Scabiosa Pods po-11 Scabiosa, or pincushion flower, is a member of the Dipsacaceae family, named for the contagious skin disease, scabies, which it was once thought to cure. Product Details
Pods - Star Pods po-12   Product Details
Poppy Iceland fl-99   Product Details
Pumpkin br-20   Product Details
Ranunculus fl-101 The elegant ranunculus derives its name from the Latin word rana, meaning "frog"--hardly the picture these dainty blooms typically bring to mind. Product Details
Rosemary wr-10   Product Details
Rudbeckia "Indian Summer" fl-102b   Product Details
Safari Sunset wr-11   Product Details
Safflower fl-103   Product Details
Sanguisorba fl-106   Product Details
Scabiosa annual fl-108a Scabiosa, or pincushion flower, is a member of the Dipsacaceae family, named for the contagious skin disease, scabies, which it was once thought to cure. Product Details
Scabiosa caucasica fl-108b   Product Details




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