Yellow Voltage Osteospermum Flower

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Yellow Voltage Osteospermum Flower

Yellow Voltage Osteospermum Flower

Yellow Voltage Osteospermum displays vibrant deep yellow daisy-like flowers and unlike a lot of Osteos, has a yellow eye. Osteospermum is a dependable plant that blooms Spring until Fall. Yellow Voltage does well in hanging baskets, window boxes, landscaping and combination planters. Prune back lightly to promote additional blooms.
There is finally a clear yellow African Daisy for Osteospermum purists and it’s even accented with a complimenting yellow eye. This Simply Beautiful selection is one of the first African Daisies in bloom and continues right through to autumn. The flexible stems also make it useful in hanging baskets and containers. Bright yellow flowers all season long make a great impact in hanging baskets and rock gardens. A perfect filler for combination planters. Prune lightly after flowering to maintain shape and keep the plant looking fresh. Drought tolerant.
‘Voltage’ is the boldest, brightest and the first Osteosprmum to ring in spring. It’s the perfect flower for glowing cool season color. Its compact and uniform shape is ideal for containers, hanging baskets, or the landscape. Osteospermum Voltage Yellow has an attractive mounded habit and spreads 60-70cm across.It produces a show stopping display of vibrant, clear yellow flowers. Voltage Yellow Osteospermum has vivid yellow blooms that will brighten up any landscape or patio. Osteospermum have large, colorful, daisy-like blooms. Voltage Yellow is heat tolerant with a very nice mounding habit. They are the first Osteo to come into bloom and the last to stop blooming. Osteospermum blooms will close every evening, and open up again in early morning.

Wallpaper of White Pink Cineraria

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Wallpaper of White Pink Cineraria

Wallpaper of White Pink Cineraria

Pink Cineraria Flowers are very fragile perennial plants so they are mostly used as outdoor annuals or indoor gift plants that bloom for only about a month. Once the flowers of a Cineraria plant die, it’s time to throw it out or plant it outside. Be sure that there are plenty of  buds when you purchase a Cineraria plant so it can bloom for as long as possible. Cineraria flowers can be red, white, blue, or purple. Each Pink Cineraria flower has an “eye” in the middle surrounded by a small white ring. Dark Pink Cinraria Flower looks beautiful in the garden.

Easy to plant, Cineraria provides you with a refreshing look of your garden. The flowers are wrapped up in a variety of colors and make the scenery a delight for the eyes. A Native to Southern regions of Africa, Cineraria cruenta bears flowers which are extremely beautiful and attractive in every sense. Cineraria Flowers can also be seen in the southern Europe and Asia.There has been an increase in the number of varieties of Cineraria, due to the introduction of different hybrids as well. These hybrids are endowed with rich colors and a variety of well blended colors, which have proved to be enormously beautiful and attractive.

The numerous varieties vary from white to pinkish-purple and other different shades of dark bluish-purple colors. These vary in size as well. Today we can find dwarf varieties as well as those which grow longer with larger flowers. All these have accolades worldwide and have gained themselves a special place in the hearts of flower lovers.Cineraria Flowers grows to 2 feet high and wide. Cineraria Flowers with daisies ranging in color from white through pink and purplish red to blue and purple. Plants need partial or full shade along with regular water and loose, rich soil. Discard after bloom, even where perennial. Cineraria Flowers grows well in low term greenhouses, blooming in 7-9 months after planting. The plant has small yellow blossoms, pink, blue, purple flowers. Withered instances are of particular importance to gardeners.

Availability: Mostly winter but year-round.

Flower Color: White, blue, pink, purple, red and bi-colors.

Wallpaper of Deep Pink Cineraria

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Wallpaper of Deep Pink Cineraria

Wallpaper of Deep Pink Cineraria

Pink Cineraria Flowers are very fragile perennial plants so they are mostly used as outdoor annuals or indoor gift plants that bloom for only about a month. Once the flowers of a Cineraria plant die, it’s time to throw it out or plant it outside. Be sure that there are plenty of  buds when you purchase a Cineraria plant so it can bloom for as long as possible. Cineraria flowers can be red, white, blue, or purple. Each Pink Cineraria flower has an “eye” in the middle surrounded by a small white ring. Dark Pink Cinraria Flower looks beautiful in the garden.

Easy to plant, Cineraria provides you with a refreshing look of your garden. The flowers are wrapped up in a variety of colors and make the scenery a delight for the eyes. A Native to Southern regions of Africa, Cineraria cruenta bears flowers which are extremely beautiful and attractive in every sense. Cineraria Flowers can also be seen in the southern Europe and Asia.There has been an increase in the number of varieties of Cineraria, due to the introduction of different hybrids as well. These hybrids are endowed with rich colors and a variety of well blended colors, which have proved to be enormously beautiful and attractive.

The numerous varieties vary from white to pinkish-purple and other different shades of dark bluish-purple colors. These vary in size as well. Today we can find dwarf varieties as well as those which grow longer with larger flowers. All these have accolades worldwide and have gained themselves a special place in the hearts of flower lovers.Cineraria Flowers grows to 2 feet high and wide. Cineraria Flowers with daisies ranging in color from white through pink and purplish red to blue and purple. Plants need partial or full shade along with regular water and loose, rich soil. Discard after bloom, even where perennial. Cineraria Flowers grows well in low term greenhouses, blooming in 7-9 months after planting. The plant has small yellow blossoms, pink, blue, purple flowers. Withered instances are of particular importance to gardeners.

Availability: Mostly winter but year-round.

Flower Color: White, blue, pink, purple, red and bi-colors.

Sanguna Blue Vein Petunia

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Sanguna Blue Vein Petunia

Sanguna Blue Vein Petunia

The perfect petunia for creating a carpet of color and fragrance. Trailing petunias make a great seasonal groundcover for sunny locations. Also terrific in containers or planted near a wall where the foliage can flow over the edge with a cascade of colorful blooms. Lavender flowers with dark purple veins; spreading habit. Early flowering begins bursts of season long color. Excellent for the landscape and containers. Light blue flowers with dark blue veining. Vigorous grower with excellent branching. Superb bloom coverage makes baskets, planters, and beds overflow with color. Sanguna petunias are very versatile. They mix well with other plants when used in mixed containers and hanging baskets. You can also plant them in landscape beds. Many traditional colors to chose from. Petunias are low maintenance plants; just water them and fertilize them to help produce more blooms.
Petunias are one of the most popular garden bedding flowers. They have wide trumpet shaped flowers and branching foliage that is hairy and somewhat sticky. Petunias are prolific bloomers, although some forms require deadheading to keep them going. However most varieties will bloom throughout the summer, except in extreme heat. You can now find petunias in just about every color but true blue and with growing habits that mound in borders or trail down containers.

Colorful Rangoli Wallpaper

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Colorful Rangoli Wallpaper

Colorful Rangoli Wallpaper

Rangoli make by powder or coloured powder is very famous in India. Powder Rangoli make in Indian festivals and traditions like Diwali,Ganesh Pooja, Navaratri, Katha and so on. Powder rangoli is very simple to draw and easy step to follow for making rangoli. Rangoli, is available in distinctive structures all over India. however is known by different names in different parts of the nation. Rangoli is made in patios to welcome Hindus gods and guests,on diverse events and celebrations like Diwali, Marriages, Pooja and some more. Making Indian Rangoli is viewed as propitious and fortunate for the home and family. Many different rituals are followed in India as a means of auspicious signs such as lighting lamp in Diwali, planting Tulsi tree infront of  house etc. One of them is making Rangoli, The folk art Indian Rangoli is made on the floor at the front door. Rangoli is made in courtyards to welcome Hindus deities and guests,on different occasions and festivals like Dipawali, Marriages, Pooja and many more.

Various Rangoli types

Powder rangoli
Flower rangoli
Chalk rangoli
Pulses rangoli
Salt rangoli
Rice rangoli
Free hand rangoli

It is popular across the country and  has different names  in different states like below –
1. Kolam in Tamilnadu ,alpana in Bengal ,chowk pujan in Bihar and Madhya 2. Pradesh. Some more like below –
3. Rangoli (Gujarat, Karnataka and Maharashtra)
4. Kolam (Tamil Nadu)
5. Aripan (Bihar)
6. Alpana (West Bengal)
7. Chowkpurana (Uttar Pradesh)
8. Muggu (Andhra Pradesh)
9. Madana (Rajasthan)
10. Aipan (Uttarakhand)

Red Lady’s Purse Flowers

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Red Lady’s Purse Flowers

Red Lady’s Purse Flowers

A plant with very attractive flowers. It is an ideal plant for pots. The entire plant is poisonous. Some people may be allergic to the plant due to skin contact. Pocketbook Plant is an annual that is forced into bloom, sold, then discarded once the blossoms have faded. Grow them in partial shade as the flowers burn in full sun. Keep the soil moist but not wet. They like cool temperatures, preferably 60f to 65f degrees. If planted too deep, or over-watered, expect problems with stem rot. Good air circulation will help control diseases. Propagation is by seed. They are commonly known as Pocketbook Plants, Pouch Flowers or Slipper Flowers, Slipperwort, Lady Slipper, Lady’s Purse.

Slipper Flower is an exotic plant that is a favorite of many gardeners. Well-known for its large, puffed up blooms, Calceolaria is commonly referred to by many names: Lady Slipper, Slipper Flower, Pocketbook Plant, or Slipperwort. It is a treasured flower to Victorian era gardeners with its cheerful, dotted blooms.Slipperwort, Calceolaria is compact and easy to grow from flower seeds. It is delicate preferring a cool summer with regular watering. When temperatures begin to drop, bring Slipper Flower plants indoors and find a sunny window for them to sit in.There are about 300 species of Calceolaria, but the vast majority of those commonly cultivated are hybrids of the Chilean species Calceolaria Crenatiflora. Calceolarias are soft stemmed biennials that form compact, mounding plants that grow 6″-15″ tall, depending on the cultivar. They have soft, light green, deeply textured 3″ leaves with scalloped edges, but the foliage tends to disappear under the masses of unique, brightly colored, 1½” Pouch Flowers as they begin to open.
Pocketbook Plant gets its name from the puffy, brightly colored flowers that look like pouches or slippers. Other common names for this unusual-looking plant are Slipper Flower and Slipperwort. Many flower colors are available — yellow, white, orange, red, maroon or copper, usually with red, purple or brown spots. Pocketbook plant is forced into bloom, sold, then discarded once the blossoms have faded. Its outstanding characteristic is the unusual flowers. They come in a range of colors: yellow, orange or red and are either solid, spotted or bicolor.

Orange Pouch Flower Wallpaper

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Orange Pouch Flower Wallpaper

Orange Pouch Flower Wallpaper

A plant with very attractive flowers. It is an ideal plant for pots. The entire plant is poisonous. Some people may be allergic to the plant due to skin contact. Pocketbook Plant is an annual that is forced into bloom, sold, then discarded once the blossoms have faded. Grow them in partial shade as the flowers burn in full sun. Keep the soil moist but not wet. They like cool temperatures, preferably 60f to 65f degrees. If planted too deep, or over-watered, expect problems with stem rot. Good air circulation will help control diseases. Propagation is by seed. They are commonly known as Pocketbook Plants, Pouch Flowers or Slipper Flowers, Slipperwort, Lady Slipper.

Slipper Flower is an exotic plant that is a favorite of many gardeners. Well-known for its large, puffed up blooms, Calceolaria is commonly referred to by many names: Lady Slipper, Slipper Flower, Pocketbook Plant, or Slipperwort. It is a treasured flower to Victorian era gardeners with its cheerful, dotted blooms.Slipperwort, Calceolaria is compact and easy to grow from flower seeds. It is delicate preferring a cool summer with regular watering. When temperatures begin to drop, bring Slipper Flower plants indoors and find a sunny window for them to sit in.There are about 300 species of Calceolaria, but the vast majority of those commonly cultivated are hybrids of the Chilean species Calceolaria Crenatiflora. Calceolarias are soft stemmed biennials that form compact, mounding plants that grow 6″-15″ tall, depending on the cultivar. They have soft, light green, deeply textured 3″ leaves with scalloped edges, but the foliage tends to disappear under the masses of unique, brightly colored, 1½” Pouch Flowers as they begin to open.
Pocketbook Plant gets its name from the puffy, brightly colored flowers that look like pouches or slippers. Other common names for this unusual-looking plant are Slipper Flower and Slipperwort. Many flower colors are available — yellow, white, orange, red, maroon or copper, usually with red, purple or brown spots. Pocketbook plant is forced into bloom, sold, then discarded once the blossoms have faded. Its outstanding characteristic is the unusual flowers. They come in a range of colors: yellow, orange or red and are either solid, spotted or bicolor.