Pink Cineraria Flower (Pericallis cruenta)

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Pink Cineraria Flower

Pink Cineraria Flower (Pericallis cruenta)

Pink Cineraria Flower can be red, white, blue, or purple. Each Cineraria flower has an “eye” in the middle surrounded by a small white ring. Cineraria plants reach a maximum height of 15-20 inches. Cineraria plants are very fragile perennial plants. So they are mostly used as outdoor annuals or indoor gift plants that bloom for only about a month.

Easy to plant, Pink Cineraria Flower 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.

Pink Cineraria Flowers Wallpaper

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Pink Cineraria Flowers Wallpaper

Pink Cineraria Flowers Wallpaper

Cineraria Flowers need a high light area but should be away from any direct light. They also like a more humid environment. This can be achieved by placing the pot on a tray of pebbles that is filled with water.Cineraria plants are beautiful small flowering plants that are available for purchase during the late winter and early spring. The compact Cineraria plant has tight bunches of petite daisy like flowers surrounded by large dark green leaves. Cineraria flowers can be red, white, blue, or purple. Each Cineraria flower has an “eye” in the middle surrounded by a small white ring.

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.

Senetti Magenta Cineraria Flowers

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Senetti Magenta Cineraria Flowers

Senetti Magenta Cineraria Flowers

A dazzling daisy relative that warms the spirit with amazing flower colors, Senetti Magenta Bi-Color cineraria is a large-flowering selection with magenta-fuchsia and white petals. An evergreen perennial that attains a perfect mounding habit, it is a hybrid developed by the Japanese breeder Suntory and botanically known as ‘Sunsenereba’. This heat-sensitive plant is usually regarded as an annual that is grown in large quantities by the florist industry for indoor enjoyment in the mid to late winter months. It may be grown outdoors in mild climates that do not have high heat summers and receive only the lightest of mild frosts. Senetti Magenta Bi-Color will readily re-bloom after spent flowers are sheered away.

The oval leaves are triangular to heart-shaped and range from medium to dark green. Typically from early winter into spring, the center of the foliage is home to a rounded cluster of daisy blossoms that are vibrant magenta-fuchsia (with hints of lavender) with petal bases being white around the central eye of dark red. In mild climates with cool summers, the floral display can extend across summer and into the autumn.

Senetti provides high impact color when we need it the most. In vivid blues, magic magentas, ultra violets and stunning bi color. Senetti was known as a cineraria hybrid, but Senettis are nothing like seed-grown cineraria grown as a house plant. Their large, daisylike flowers bloom from early spring until summer.

 

Senetti Magenta Cineraria Flowers Wallpaper

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Senetti Magenta Cineraria

Senetti Magenta Cineraria

A dazzling daisy relative that warms the spirit with amazing flower colors, Senetti Magenta cineraria is a large-flowering selection with magenta-fuchsia and white petals. An evergreen perennial that attains a perfect mounding habit, it is a hybrid developed by the Japanese breeder Suntory and botanically known as ‘Sunsenereba’. This heat-sensitive plant is usually regarded as an annual that is grown in large quantities by the florist industry for indoor enjoyment in the mid to late winter months. It may be grown outdoors in mild climates that do not have high heat summers and receive only the lightest of mild frosts. Senetti Magenta Bi-Color will readily re-bloom after spent flowers are sheered away.

The oval leaves are triangular to heart-shaped and range from medium to dark green. Typically from early winter into spring, the center of the foliage is home to a rounded cluster of daisy blossoms that are vibrant magenta-fuchsia (with hints of lavender) with petal bases being white around the central eye of dark red. In mild climates with cool summers, the floral display can extend across summer and into the autumn.

Senetti provides high impact color when we need it the most. In vivid blues, magic magenta cineraria, ultra violets and stunning bi color. Senetti was known as a cineraria hybrid, but Senettis are nothing like seed-grown cineraria grown as a house plant. Their large, daisylike flowers bloom from early spring until summer.

Wallpaper of Light Pink Cineraria Flowers

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Wallpaper of Light Pink Cineraria

Wallpaper of Light 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 Violet Color Cineraria Flower

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Wallpaper of Violet Cineraria

Wallpaper of Violet Cineraria

Violet 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 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 Purple Cineraria flower has an “eye” in middle surrounded by a small white ring. Dark Purple Cineraria Flower looks beautiful in garden.

Easy to plant, Cineraria provides you with a refreshing look of your garden. 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.

Numerous varieties vary from white to pinkish-purple and other different shades of dark bluish-purple colors. 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. 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 Bright Pink Cineraria Flower

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Wallpaper of Bright Pink Cineraria

Wallpaper of Bright 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 Cineraria 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.