flowers. Thursday , May 04th , 2017 - 11:14:09 AM
The receptacle is an area where a flower binds itself to the stalk. After the fertilization process occurs, this receptacle often becomes part of the fruit produced by the flower. A common example of the fertilization product is the strawberry. Now the stalk of the flower is often known as a peduncle. The purpose of the peduncle is to provide support for the flower when it elevates itself to attract pollinators.
Contemporary wedding flowers, the orange Gerbera has a striking look. It will make you smile the minute you take a look at it. Also called a perfect flower, they can be arranged in a variety of floral arrangements. They have long stems with 10 to 12 blooms running along its length. Iceland Poppies have thin petals that look brighter when the sun shines down on them. It looks delicate and sweet. Also called 'The Tequila Sunrise', this plant gives rise to 5 to 6 foot floral spikes. They are found in Western Australia, especially in regions prone to wildfires.
Helenium: Helenium is also known as sneezeweed, and is similar in appearance to that of daisies. They grow in profusion and are quite tall, from 3 to 5 feet. They are planted in spring and they bloom in early fall.
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