Flowers by bella hernandez

Begonia produces one of the smallest types of seeds in the world.
All parts of a buttercup are poisonous for cattle and humans.
Ancient Romans cultivated daffodils and believed that sap extracted from the flowers possesses healing properties.
The first dahlias came to Europe by early explorers.
Lavender is one of the most fragrant and highly versatile herbs that you can grow.
Lilies can grow from 2 to 6 feet tall.
Marigolds were known to have varied magical powers in the 14th century.
Peony grows either as herbaceous plant or as semi-woody shrub.
Modern shrub roses are strong, robust, and free flowering.
Orchids produce millions of miniature seeds.

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