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Sarah H. Sebastian May 27
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Cass (^._.^)ノ 5 Feb 15
I love our show so much 🌹🌻🌺🌼🌸🌷💐
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AmandaClaire Designs Apr 23
Day 20 today I learnt about It is the arrangement of flowers on a stem or branches. I had no idea they had different names for the arrangements. This helps me so much feeling very inspired 💚
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©ଡ଼ାକ୍ତରବାବୁ™® 29 Aug 17
The so called fruit is a flower, I remembered from my +2 era, an from an . There's a small passage whole ontop
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Cass (^._.^)ノ 7 Feb 15
3rd place wool 🌸🌷🌻🌺🌼💐
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Rebecca Hilgenhof Jun 28
titanum () or is a species of that is known to produce the largest single of all known flowering . Got to see my 1st one flowering when I was merely 7 years old. This one bloomed yesterday at
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Sebastián Escobar Jul 22
We spotted the male of aequatorialis during our last around western . We sampled several populations of tagua in order to infer its evolutionary history.
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Laura Wilkinson 5 Jun 17
Sometimes you've just gotta sit back and appreciate the little things in life
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Cass (^._.^)ノ 24 Feb 15
Sometimes i get sleepy when i perform
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Challen Willemsen 24 May 17
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Rebecca Hilgenhof 18 Jul 17
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Andie Tibbetts 7 Feb 15
I know that it's a show day when I can't stop eating twisters and I'm craving Gatorade. 🌹🌻🌺🌷
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Challen Willemsen Feb 15
The "bird's nest Anthurium" (Anthurium salvinii) bears enormous leaves that can be almost 2 meters long.
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MSc Plant Diversity Oct 26
Rapt attention from & as explains the derivation of inflorescence types from racemose and cymose types! @MScPlantDiv
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Norbert Holstein Mar 15
Replying to @BonnGardens
A is basically an often hanging with an elongated main axis and small inconspicuous (often wind-pollnated).
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Gaby Orihuela 18 May 16
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Beacon Down Vineyard 16 Jun 17
Future grapes :-). Flowering in the next week or so, pray for dry still weather
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Diana Jolles 3 Oct 15
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Paula Elomaa 26 Oct 17
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AppalachianTropicals Jul 3
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