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Valentine!!! 110 comments

Oh My Goodness… Valentine’s Day is just a few weeks away. Now, for many of you (mostly guys) a ‘few weeks’ is forever away. But, now is when for those of us who love romance and flowers (mostly gals) begin thinking about this very special holiday.

Ok, its right about time to think about your Very Dear Valentine and start chasing it!

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Have a great day.

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Euonymus americanus 85 comments

Plant Family / Families: Celastraceae
Scientific Name and Author: Euonymus americanus L.
Name Location: Red River Gorge, Kentucky, USA

Thanks to Ruth for today’’s write-up:

Thank you to nebulagirl@Flickr for the sharing of this beautiful photograph (original via the BPotD Flickr Photo Pool). It was taken in Red River Gorge, Kentucky during the month of October.
As the Latin name suggests, Euonymus americanus is a native of the United States — specifically the eastern continental side — with a range extending west to Missouri, Oklahoma and Texas. Commonly known as hearts-a-bursting or strawberry bush, this shrub grows to 2 meters (6 ft) in height, and has a similar width. The habit is open and straggly. Flowers grow in the leaf axils where the ovaries develop into the warty capsules we observe in this photograph. The fruit reminds me of Arbutus unedo, also called strawberry bush or tree. However, Arbutus unedo (Ericaceae) has fleshy aggregate fruits that are edible and never dehisce or split open to release the seeds. It also has urceolate (urn-shaped) flowers, indicative of the Ericaceae. The Celastraceae is a predominantly tropical family with only three genera from the temperate regions (Euonymus, Maytenus and Celastrus).

Additional photographs are available from the Lady Bird Johnson Wildflower Center: Euonymus americanus.

By:  Daniel Mosquin                        Source

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Here is a first photo No comments yet

I like colorful flower bouquets. Here is my favorite photo.

nice orchid

nice orchid

Please add it to contest. I want to win IT!!!

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Free Bouquet Giveaway Announcement No comments yet

This blog starts with the great announcement.

Once a month TheBouquets.com presents a FREE FLOWER DELIVERY worth up to $80 from Flora2000.com to anyone who wins in our Flower Photo Contest. We encourage you to post your photos right here on this blog. Photos will be rated by Flower Blog visitors and considering the results, the winner will be announced by you, us and Flora2000.com. The contest launces on December 15th and the first winner is known in a monthtime.

P.S. The pictures should be taken by the person who posts them.

Lets compete.

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