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Hakea laurina (Pin-cushion Hakea), it's amazing to come across these in the bush.

Hakea laurina (Pin-cushion Hakea) is one of the most beautiful native plants of south-western Australia. In Italy and America its uses include street and hedge planting. by David Lade, via ShutterStock

Arisaema sikokianum (Japanese Jack-in-the-Pulpit)..Oh my! That would be fun to grow!

052114 Jack-in-the-Pulpit ~ Arisaema sikokianum (Japanese Jack-in-the-Pulpit) is a herbaceous perennial plant

UK wild flowers: Fritillary (Fritillaria meleagris ) This is maybe the most exotic flower, its chequered bells look like stained glass when the light shines through them, each pale cell outlined by a darker frame. The reason fritillaries are now so rare is that, as bulbs, they can be destroyed by just one ploughing of a site where they may have been for centuries. Photograph: Jonathan Buckley

Ten of Britain's rarest wild flowers – in pictures

UK wild flowers: Fritillary (Fritillaria meleagris ) This is our most exotic flower. The reason fritillaries are now so rare is that, as bulbs, they can be destroyed by just one ploughing of a site where they may have been for centuries.

Learn all about different types of flowers, from roses and lilies to spring and wedding flowers with stunning photos and planting information.

Top 163 Most Beautiful & Popular Different Types Of Flowers For Your Garden Or Home

For an organic look straight out of nature, be a little eclectic in your fall display and arrangements. Gather a variety of flowers, stems, fillers, and twigs and arrange at random. Use a rustic or vintage-looking vessel, such as a galvanized bucket, to complete the look

Natural Elements for Fabulous Fall Decor

For an organic look straight out of nature, be a little eclectic in your fall display and arrangements. Gather a variety of flowers, stems, fillers, and twigs and arrange at random.

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The Turquoise Ixia comes from the Cape region of South Africa, where it grows during the winter and goes dormant for the summer.  Each year, the bulb-like corm produces several baby corms, which may be separated and will flower the next year!  The blooms appear around April or May in the Northern hemisphere.  In the wild, the unusual flower color attracts beetle species, which pollinate the blooms.  The petals close up at night and open in sunlight, repeating this for several days.  A pale…

Turquoise Ixia (Ixia viridiflora), a relative of Freesia from South Africa.

I really like this wild bouquet style as things can sometimes look to arranged for me in flower arrangements. I also really love the colours as they are vibrant but not overbearing.

MEAGAN I really like this wild bouquet style as things can sometimes look to arranged for me in flower arrangements. I also really love the colours as they are vibrant but not overbearing.

Unexpected Edibles - Grow, Forage, Cook on the wild side!

Unexpected Edibles - Grow, Forage, and Cook

Unexpected Edibles…edible flowers, unusual vegetables, and unique recipes!

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