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N 37 B 1.5K C 83 E Jun 27, 2015 F Jul 2, 2015
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USUALLY THIS BEAUTIFUL FLOWER BLOOMS CULTIVATED IN PRIVATE GARDENS: I'VE FOUND THIS GROWING SPONTANEOUSLY ON THE MEADOULANDS AT THE ITALIAN NORTHERN MOUNTAINS OF SOUTH TYROL...
I know know the name of this flower... but I do not like it...

FOR MORE INFORMATIONS, PLEASE FOLLOW THIS LINK:
en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lamprocapnos
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N 30 B 901 C 79 E Jun 27, 2015 F Jul 2, 2015
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USUALLY THIS BEAUTIFUL FLOWER BLOOMS CULTIVATED IN PRIVATE GARDENS: I'VE FOUND THIS GROWING SPONTANEOUSLY ON THE MEADOULANDS AT THE ITALIAN NORTHERN MOUNTAINS OF SOUTH TYROL...

FOR MORE INFORMATIONS, PLEASE FOLLOW THIS LINK:
en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lamprocapnos

I know the name of this flower... but I do not like it...

THE BLACK BACKGROUND IS THE RESULT OF THE CORRECT EXPOSURE ON THE WHITE FLOWERS


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N 5 B 581 C 7 E May 8, 2015 F May 16, 2015
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Iris
is a genus of 260–300 species of flowering plants with showy flowers. It takes its name from the Greek word for a rainbow, referring to the wide variety of flower colors found among the many species. As well as being the scientific name, iris is also very widely used as a common name for all Iris species, as well as some belonging to other closely related genera. A common name for some species is 'flags', while the plants of the subgenus Scorpiris are widely known as 'junos', particularly in horticulture. It is a popular garden flower.

The iris
is an incredible flower for a lot of reasons; this flower looks great and has a lot of great uses. You will find that iris in Green means rainbow and that can be tied to the variety of different colors that you will find the iris in. This is a great flower for that reason. There is a great floral meaning to the iris which makes it a great flower to give someone as a gift or even give them a plant that they can use again and again. You will find that with this floral meaning, you are sending compliments to the recipient and it also shows that you appreciate their friendship.


FOR MORE INFORMATIONS, PLEASE FOLLOW THESE LINKS:
en.canadianflowerdelivery.com/flower-meaning/iris.aspx
en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Iris_%28plant%29


AND:
THIS FLOWER IS VERY OFTEN USED AS ARMA DECORATIONS
(for example IN FLORENCE AND BRUSSELS)....
en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fleur-de-lis
en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Symbols_of_Brussels
IT IS A SERIOUS SYMBOL ..
MOREOVER V. VAN GOGH REALIZED MANY PICTURES ABOUT THIS SUBJECT
www.youtube.com/watch?v=Xsz5PU6Dby8
AND IN FLORENCE (ITALY) THERE IS A GARDEN DEDICATED ONLY TO THIS FLOWER
www.youtube.com/watch?v=dej0I7ru94I
www.youtube.com/watch?v=ui1XcKtlhU0


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N 29 B 1.1K C 54 E Apr 11, 2015 F Apr 14, 2015
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N 31 B 2.4K C 70 E Apr 1, 2014 F Mar 19, 2015
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....dedicated to all my Friends from The 1001 Nights World..

TULIP
are called laleh (from Persian لاله, lâleh) in Persian, Turkish, Arabic, and Bulgarian. In Arabic letters, "laleh" is written with the same letters as Allah, which is why the flower became a holy symbol. It was also associated with the House of Osman, resulting in tulips being widely used in decorative motifs on tiles, mosques, fabrics, crockery, etc. in the Ottoman Empire
FOR MORE INFORMATIONS:
en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tulip

The Tulip were originally a wild flower growing in the Central Asia and were first cultivated by the Turks as early as 1,000 AD. The flower were introduced in the westen Europe and the Netherlands in the 17th century by Carolus Clusius, a famous biologist from Vienna. In the 1590’s he became the director of the Hortus Botanicus in Leiden, the oldest botanical garden of Europe, founded in 1587. He was hired by the University of Leiden to research medicinal plants and while doing so he got some bulbs from Turkey from his friend Ogier Ghiselain de Busbecq, the ambassador of Constantinople (presen-day Istanbul). He had seen the beautiful flower, called tulip after the Turkish word for turban, grow in the palace gardens and sent a few to Clusius for his garden in Leiden. He planted them and this was the start of the amazing bulb fields we can see today.

In the beginning of the 17th century the tulip were staring to be used as a garden decoration beside the former medicinal purposes. It soon gained major popularity as a trading product, especially in Holland. The interest for the flower were hugh and bulbs were sold for unbelievable high prices. Botanists staretd to hibridize the flower and they soon found ways of making it even more decorative and tempting specimens. Hybrids and mutations of the flower were seen as rarities and a sign of high status. In the months of late 1636 to early 1637 there was a complete "Tulipmania" in the Netherlands. Some examples could cost more than an Amsterdam house at this time. Even the ordinary man took part in the business. They saw how much money the upper class got in the commodity and thought that this was an easy way of getting lots of money at no risk. The bulbs was usually sold by weight while they were still in the groud. The trade with the un-sprouted flower came to be called "wind trade".

The traders made hugh amounts of money every month, and people started to sell their businesses, family homes, farm animals, furnishings and dowries to participate. The government could not do anything to stop it, the trade was all about access and demand. But finally the tulip did not appear to be quite so rare to justify such high prices. Over-supply led to lower prices and dealers went bankrupt and many people lost their savnings because of the trade. This "Tulip Crash" made the government introduce special trading restrictions for the flower. It is said that the flower became so popular because of the bright colours, dramatic flames and frilly petals. To have tulips in one’s home was a way to impress, and when the wealth spread down the social ladder, so did the urge for tulips.
FOR MORE INFORMATIONS:
www.kokachi.com/tulip.html

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FOR A SONG, I SUGGEST YOU
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