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two blue and white flowers with green stems in front of blurry dots on the ground
Ferraria crispa
"Ferraria Crispa" |Ferraria crispa is a species of monocotyledonous flowering plant in the family Iridaceae. It is native to South Africa. In Australia it is commonly referred to as Black Flag.| ||Photo by ~anniesannuals~ (Annie's Annuals & Perennials) March 2 2011||
purple flowers are in the palm of someone's hand
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a green flower with purple and white petals
30 Milkweed Plants: Garden List To Attract Monarchs And More
25+ Milkweed Ideas for your Garden- Asclepias asperula is commonly referred to as Antelope horns because of it's horn-shaped seed pods. It is native to the southwest US from California to Texas, which makes it an important milkweed variety for spring returning monarchs across the US. It's a host plant for monarch caterpillars and the unique flowers hold nectar nourishment for adult butterflies. ~☆~
a potted plant with pink flowers hanging from it's side on a wall
Grow your Hoya Bliss: From Beginner to Budding Expert
a hand holding a chocolate flower in it's palm
hoya onychoides.
hoya onychoides.
a pink flower with white and red flowers on it
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15 Seeds / Pack, Hoya Carnosa Plant Seed Garden Plant Seeds
purple flowers are hanging from the side of a building in front of a white wall
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an orange flower that is growing on a tree
small green and red flowers in the palm of someone's hand
Hoya cinnamomifolia
the flowers are blooming very close together
Hoya mindorensis
small white and red flowers on a green leaf
Hoya Finlaysonii
some purple flowers hanging from a tree in the garden with other plants and trees behind them
Hoya wayettii
Hoya wayettii
purple and white flowers in a vase on a black background with the stems still attached
Asclepidaceae: Hoyas
Asclepidaceae: Hoyas