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The Most Beautiful Multi-colored Flowers in the World II

Roses and Tulips are among the most popular garden plants in the world. You might want to try species that bear multi-colored flowers for your garden. Several species of garden plants stands out from all other species because they bear differently-colored or multi-colored flowers. In the first sequel, you have seen 11 pretty multi-colored flowers. On this sequel you will see nine more garden plant species with uniquely colored flowers.

Roses and Tulips are among the most popular garden plants in the world. You might want to try species that bear multi-colored flowers for your garden. Several species of garden plants stands out from all other species because they bear differently-colored or multi-colored flowers. In the first sequel, you have seen 11 pretty multi-colored flowers . On this sequel you will see nine more garden plant species with uniquely colored flowers.

Spanish Flag (Lantana Camara)

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Spanish Flag or Lantana camara is a lovely flowering plant endemic to the American tropics. It is now a popular ornamental plant grown in the different parts of the world. It is also commonly known as West Indian Lantana and Red Sage.

Monarch of the Veld (Venidium fastuosum)

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Monarch of the Veld or Venidium fastuosum is a flowering species endemic to Namibia and South Africa. It is also commonly called Namaqualand Daisy and Cape Daisy. This ornamental plant is cultivated for its lovely-looking flowers. This annual herb bears showy and large flowers which can be orange, purple yellow and white.

Anemone

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Anemones are flowering plants that bear differently colored flowers. There are about 120 species of Anemone. They grow in the north and south temperate regions of the world.

Parodia Herteri

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Parodia Herteri is a cactus plant that belongs to the genus Parodia. It bears colorful flowers colored pink, yellow and white. The specimen on the above picture was taken from Atlanta, Georgia.

Poppy Anemone (Anemone coronaria)

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The Poppy Anemone or Anemone coronaria is a flowering plant that bears multi-colored flowers. It is endemic to the Mediterranean region and is known by a variety of common names such as Spanish Marigold and Dag Lales.

Old Man Banksia (Banksia serrata)

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Old Man Banksia or Banksia serrata is a woody plant that bears beautiful and colorful flowers. It is native to Australia and can be found also in Tasmania. It is also commonly called Red Honeysuckle, Saw Banksia and Saw-tooth Banksia.

Grass-Leaved Flag

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Grass-Leaved Flag or Iris graminea is an herbaceous perennial plant that bear multi-colored and plum scented fragrant flower which can be purple to violet blue. The flower's falls are violet in color while the hafts are white and yellow.

Sierra Tiger Lily (Lilium parvum)

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Sierra Tiger Lily or Lilium parvum is a lily species which is notable for its pretty colorful flowers. The plant is edible and is eaten as candy by indigenous people of California where the plant is endemic. The leaves are cooked and eaten as well.

Common Morning Glory (Ipomoea purpurea)

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Common Morning Glory or Ipomoea purpurea is endemic to Mexico and Central America. It bears differently-colored flowers which are trumpet-shape while the leaves are heart-shaped. It is also commonly known as the Purple or Tall Morning Glory.

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Ranked #20 in Biology

You make me eager to get out into my garden.

Appreciated article with your nice presentation too.

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