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A flower, sometimes known as a bloom or blossom, is the reproductive structure found in flowering plants (plants of the division Magnoliophyta, also called angiosperms). The biological function of a flower is to facilitate reproduction, usually by providing a mechanism for the union of sperm with eggs. Flowers may facilitate outcrossing (fusion of sperm and eggs from different individuals in a population) resulting from cross pollination or allow selfing (fusion of sperm and egg from the same flower) when self-pollination occurs.

There are two types of pollination: self-pollination and cross-pollination. Self-pollination happens when the pollen from the anther is deposited on the stigma of the same flower, or another flower on the same plant. Cross-pollination is the transfer of pollen from the anther of one flower to the stigma of another flower on a different individual of the same species. Self-pollination happened in flowers where the stamen and carpel mature at the same time, and are positioned so that the pollen can land on the flower’s stigma. This pollination does not require an investment from the plant to provide nectar and pollen as food for pollinators.

Some flowers produce diaspores without fertilization (parthenocarpy). Flowers contain sporangia and are the site where gametophytes develop. Many flowers have evolved to be attractive to animals, so as to cause them to be vectors for the transfer of pollen. After fertilization, the ovary of the flower develops into fruit containing seeds.

In addition to facilitating the reproduction of flowering plants, flowers have long been admired and used by humans to bring beauty to their environment, and also as objects of romance, ritual, religion, medicine and as a source of food.

The essential parts of a flower can be considered in two parts: the vegetative part, consisting of petals and associated structures in the perianth, and the reproductive or sexual parts. A stereotypical flower consists of four kinds of structures attached to the tip of a short stalk. Each of these kinds of parts is arranged in a whorl on the receptacle. The four main whorls (starting from the base of the flower or lowest node and working upwards) are as follows:

Collectively the calyx and corolla form the perianth (see diagram).

Although the arrangement described above is considered "typical", plant species show a wide variation in floral structure. These modifications have significance in the evolution of flowering plants and are used extensively by botanists to establish relationships among plant species.

The four main parts of a flower are generally defined by their positions on the receptacle and not by their function. Many flowers lack some parts or parts may be modified into other functions and/or look like what is typically another part. In some families, like Ranunculaceae, the petals are greatly reduced and in many species the sepals are colorful and petal-like. Other flowers have modified stamens that are petal-like; the double flowers of Peonies and Roses are mostly petaloid stamens. Flowers show great variation and plant scientists describe this variation in a systematic way to identify and distinguish species.

Specific terminology is used to describe flowers and their parts. Many flower parts are fused together; fused parts originating from the same whorl are connate, while fused parts originating from different whorls are adnate; parts that are not fused are free. When petals are fused into a tube or ring that falls away as a single unit, they are sympetalous (also called gamopetalous). Connate petals may have distinctive regions: the cylindrical base is the tube, the expanding region is the throat and the flaring outer region is the limb. A sympetalous flower, with bilateral symmetry with an upper and lower lip, is bilabiate. Flowers with connate petals or sepals may have various shaped corolla or calyx, including campanulate, funnelform, tubular, urceolate, salverform or rotate.

Referring to "fusion," as it is commonly done, appears questionable because at least some of the processes involved may be non-fusion processes. For example, the addition of intercalary growth at or below the base of the primordia of floral appendages such as sepals, petals, stamens and carpels may lead to a common base that is not the result of fusion.

Many flowers have a symmetry. When the perianth is bisected through the central axis from any point and symmetrical halves are produced, the flower is said to be actinomorphic or regular, e.g. rose or trillium. This is an example of radial symmetry. When flowers are bisected and produce only one line that produces symmetrical halves, the flower is said to be irregular or zygomorphic, e.g. snapdragon or most orchids.

Flowers may be directly attached to the plant at their base (sessile—the supporting stalk or stem is highly reduced or absent). The stem or stalk subtending a flower is called a peduncle. If a peduncle supports more than one flower, the stems connecting each flower to the main axis are called pedicels. The apex of a flowering stem forms a terminal swelling which is called the torus or receptacle.

In those species that have more than one flower on an axis, the collective cluster of flowers is termed an inflorescence. Some inflorescences are composed of many small flowers arranged in a formation that resembles a single flower. The common example of this is most members of the very large composite (Asteraceae) group. A single daisy or sunflower, for example, is not a flower but a flower head—an inflorescence composed of numerous flowers (or florets). An inflorescence may include specialized stems and modified leaves known as bracts.

A floral formula is a way to represent the structure of a flower using specific letters, numbers and symbols, presenting substantial information about the flower in a compact form. It can represent a taxon, usually giving ranges of the numbers of different organs, or particular species. Floral formulae have been developed in the early 19th century and their use has declined since. Prenner et al. (2010) devised an extension of the existing model to broaden the descriptive capability of the formula. The format of floral formulae differs in different parts of the world, yet they convey the same information.

The structure of a flower can also be expressed by the means of floral diagrams. The use of schematic diagrams can replace long descriptions or complicated drawings as a tool for understanding both floral structure and evolution. Such diagrams may show important features of flowers, including the relative positions of the various organs, including the presence of fusion and symmetry, as well as structural details.

A flower develops on a modified shoot or axis from a determinate apical meristem (determinate meaning the axis grows to a set size). It has compressed internodes, bearing structures that in classical plant morphology are interpreted as highly modified leaves. Detailed developmental studies, however, have shown that stamens are often initiated more or less like modified stems (caulomes) that in some cases may even resemble branchlets. Taking into account the whole diversity in the development of the androecium of flowering plants, we find a continuum between modified leaves (phyllomes), modified stems (caulomes), and modified branchlets (shoots).

The transition to flowering is one of the major phase changes that a plant makes during its life cycle. The transition must take place at a time that is favorable for fertilization and the formation of seeds, hence ensuring maximal reproductive success. To meet these needs a plant is able to interpret important endogenous and environmental cues such as changes in levels of plant hormones and seasonable temperature and photoperiod changes. Many perennial and most biennial plants require vernalization to flower. The molecular interpretation of these signals is through the transmission of a complex signal known as florigen, which involves a variety of genes, including Constans, Flowering Locus C and Flowering Locus T. Florigen is produced in the leaves in reproductively favorable conditions and acts in buds and growing tips to induce a number of different physiological and morphological changes.

The first step of the transition is the transformation of the vegetative stem primordia into floral primordia. This occurs as biochemical changes take place to change cellular differentiation of leaf, bud and stem tissues into tissue that will grow into the reproductive organs. Growth of the central part of the stem tip stops or flattens out and the sides develop protuberances in a whorled or spiral fashion around the outside of the stem end. These protuberances develop into the sepals, petals, stamens, and carpels. Once this process begins, in most plants, it cannot be reversed and the stems develop flowers, even if the initial start of the flower formation event was dependent of some environmental cue. Once the process begins, even if that cue is removed the stem will continue to develop a flower.

Yvonne Aitken has shown that flowering transition depends on a number of factors, and that plants flowering earliest under given conditions had the least dependence on climate whereas later-flowering varieties reacted strongly to the climate setup.

The molecular control of floral organ identity determination appears to be fairly well understood in some species. In a simple model, three gene activities interact in a combinatorial manner to determine the developmental identities of the organ primordia within the floral meristem. These gene functions are called A, B and C-gene functions. In the first floral whorl only A-genes are expressed, leading to the formation of sepals. In the second whorl both A- and B-genes are expressed, leading to the formation of petals. In the third whorl, B and C genes interact to form stamens and in the center of the flower C-genes alone give rise to carpels. The model is based upon studies of mutants in Arabidopsis thaliana and snapdragon, Antirrhinum majus. For example, when there is a loss of B-gene function, mutant flowers are produced with sepals in the first whorl as usual, but also in the second whorl instead of the normal petal formation. In the third whorl the lack of B function but presence of C-function mimics the fourth whorl, leading to the formation of carpels also in the third whorl.

Most genes central in this model belong to the MADS-box genes and are transcription factors that regulate the expression of the genes specific for each floral organ.

The principal purpose of a flower is the reproduction of the individual and the species. All flowering plants are heterosporous, that is, every individual plant produces two types of spores. Microspores are produced by meiosis inside anthers and megaspores are produced inside ovules that are within an ovary. Anthers typically consist of four microsporangia and an ovule is an integumented megasporangium. Both types of spores develop into gametophytes inside sporangia. As with all heterosporous plants, the gametophytes also develop inside the spores, i. e., they are endosporic.

In the majority of plant species, individual flowers have both functional carpels and stamens. Botanists describe these flowers as "perfect" or "bisexual", and the species as "hermaphroditic". In a minority of plant species, their flowers lack one or the other reproductive organ and are described as "imperfect" or "unisexual". If the individual plants of a species each have unisexual flowers of both sexes then the species is "monoecious". Alternatively, if each individual plant has only unisexual flowers of the same sex then the species is "dioecious".

Flowering plants usually face selective pressure to optimize the transfer of their pollen, and this is typically reflected in the morphology of the flowers and the behaviour of the plants. Pollen may be transferred between plants via a number of 'vectors'. Some plants make use of abiotic vectors — namely wind (anemophily) or, much less commonly, water (hydrophily). Others use biotic vectors including insects (entomophily), birds (ornithophily), bats (chiropterophily) or other animals. Some plants make use of multiple vectors, but many are highly specialised.

Cleistogamous flowers are self-pollinated, after which they may or may not open. Many Viola and some Salvia species are known to have these types of flowers.

The flowers of plants that make use of biotic pollen vectors commonly have glands called nectaries that act as an incentive for animals to visit the flower. Some flowers have patterns, called nectar guides, that show pollinators where to look for nectar. Flowers also attract pollinators by scent and color. Still other flowers use mimicry to attract pollinators. Some species of orchids, for example, produce flowers resembling female bees in color, shape, and scent. Flowers are also specialized in shape and have an arrangement of the stamens that ensures that pollen grains are transferred to the bodies of the pollinator when it lands in search of its attractant (such as nectar, pollen, or a mate). In pursuing this attractant from many flowers of the same species, the pollinator transfers pollen to the stigmas—arranged with equally pointed precision—of all of the flowers it visits.

Anemophilous flowers use the wind to move pollen from one flower to the next. Examples include grasses, birch trees, ragweed and maples. They have no need to attract pollinators and therefore tend not to be "showy" flowers. Male and female reproductive organs are generally found in separate flowers, the male flowers having a number of long filaments terminating in exposed stamens, and the female flowers having long, feather-like stigmas. Whereas the pollen of animal-pollinated flowers tends to be large-grained, sticky, and rich in protein (another "reward" for pollinators), anemophilous flower pollen is usually small-grained, very light, and of little nutritional value to animals.

The primary purpose of a flower is reproduction. Since the flowers are the reproductive organs of plant, they mediate the joining of the sperm, contained within pollen, to the ovules — contained in the ovary. Pollination is the movement of pollen from the anthers to the stigma. The joining of the sperm to the ovules is called fertilization. Normally pollen is moved from one plant to another, but many plants are able to self pollinate. The fertilized ovules produce seeds that are the next generation. Sexual reproduction produces genetically unique offspring, allowing for adaptation. Flowers have specific designs which encourages the transfer of pollen from one plant to another of the same species. Many plants are dependent upon external factors for pollination, including: wind and animals, and especially insects. Even large animals such as birds, bats, and pygmy possums can be employed. The period of time during which this process can take place (the flower is fully expanded and functional) is called anthesis. The study of pollination by insects is called anthecology.

The pollination mechanism employed by a plant depends on what method of pollination is utilized.

Most flowers can be divided between two broad groups of pollination methods:

Entomophilous: flowers attract and use insects, bats, birds or other animals to transfer pollen from one flower to the next. Often they are specialized in shape and have an arrangement of the stamens that ensures that pollen grains are transferred to the bodies of the pollinator when it lands in search of its attractant (such as nectar, pollen, or a mate). In pursuing this attractant from many flowers of the same species, the pollinator transfers pollen to the stigmas—arranged with equally pointed precision—of all of the flowers it visits. Many flowers rely on simple proximity between flower parts to ensure pollination. Others, such as the Sarracenia or lady-slipper orchids, have elaborate designs to ensure pollination while preventing self-pollination.

Anemophilous: flowers use the wind to move pollen from one flower to the next, examples include the grasses, Birch trees, Ragweed and Maples. They have no need to attract pollinators and therefore tend not to grow large blossoms. Whereas the pollen of entomophilous flowers tends to be large-grained, sticky, and rich in protein (another "reward" for pollinators), anemophilous flower pollen is usually small-grained, very light, and of little nutritional value to insects, though it may still be gathered in times of dearth. Honeybees and bumblebees actively gather anemophilous corn (maize) pollen, though it is of little value to them.

Some flowers with both stamens and a pistil are capable of self-fertilization, which does increase the chance of producing seeds but limits genetic variation. The extreme case of self-fertilization occurs in flowers that always self-fertilize, such as many dandelions. Some flowers are self-pollinated and use flowers that never open or are self-pollinated before the flowers open, these flowers are called cleistogamous. Many Viola species and some Salvia have these types of flowers. Conversely, many species of plants have ways of preventing self-fertilization. Unisexual male and female flowers on the same plant may not appear or mature at the same time, or pollen from the same plant may be incapable of fertilizing its ovules. The latter flower types, which have chemical barriers to their own pollen, are referred to as self-sterile or self-incompatible.

Plants cannot move from one location to another, thus many flowers have evolved to attract animals to transfer pollen between individuals in dispersed populations. Flowers that are insect-pollinated are called entomophilous; literally "insect-loving" in Greek. They can be highly modified along with the pollinating insects by co-evolution. Flowers commonly have glands called nectaries on various parts that attract animals looking for nutritious nectar. Birds and bees have color vision, enabling them to seek out "colorful" flowers.

Some flowers have patterns, called nectar guides, that show pollinators where to look for nectar; they may be visible only under ultraviolet light, which is visible to bees and some other insects. Flowers also attract pollinators by scent and some of those scents are pleasant to our sense of smell. Not all flower scents are appealing to humans; a number of flowers are pollinated by insects that are attracted to rotten flesh and have flowers that smell like dead animals, often called Carrion flowers, including Rafflesia, the titan arum, and the North American pawpaw (Asimina triloba). Flowers pollinated by night visitors, including bats and moths, are likely to concentrate on scent to attract pollinators and most such flowers are white.

Other flowers use mimicry to attract pollinators. Some species of orchids, for example, produce flowers resembling female bees in color, shape, and scent. Male bees move from one such flower to another in search of a mate.

Many flowers have close relationships with one or a few specific pollinating organisms. Many flowers, for example, attract only one specific species of insect, and therefore rely on that insect for successful reproduction. This close relationship is often given as an example of coevolution, as the flower and pollinator are thought to have developed together over a long period of time to match each other's needs.

This close relationship compounds the negative effects of extinction. The extinction of either member in such a relationship would mean almost certain extinction of the other member as well. Some endangered plant species are so because of shrinking pollinator populations.

There is much confusion about the role of flowers in allergies. For example, the showy and entomophilous goldenrod (Solidago) is frequently blamed for respiratory allergies, of which it is innocent, since its pollen cannot be airborne. The types of pollen that most commonly cause allergic reactions are produced by the plain-looking plants (trees, grasses, and weeds) that do not have showy flowers. These plants make small, light, dry pollen grains that are custom-made for wind transport.

The type of allergens in the pollen is the main factor that determines whether the pollen is likely to cause hay fever. For example, pine tree pollen is produced in large amounts by a common tree, which would make it a good candidate for causing allergy. It is, however, a relatively rare cause of allergy because the types of allergens in pine pollen appear to make it less allergenic. Instead the allergen is usually the pollen of the contemporary bloom of anemophilous ragweed (Ambrosia), which can drift for many miles. Scientists have collected samples of ragweed pollen 400 miles out at sea and 2 miles high in the air. A single ragweed plant can generate a million grains of pollen per day.

Among North American plants, weeds are the most prolific producers of allergenic pollen. Ragweed is the major culprit, but other important sources are sagebrush, redroot pigweed, lamb's quarters, Russian thistle (tumbleweed), and English plantain.

It is common to hear people say they are allergic to colorful or scented flowers like roses. In fact, only florists, gardeners, and others who have prolonged, close contact with flowers are likely to be sensitive to pollen from these plants. Most people have little contact with the large, heavy, waxy pollen grains of such flowering plants because this type of pollen is not carried by wind but by insects such as butterflies and bees.

While land plants have existed for about 425 million years, the first ones reproduced by a simple adaptation of their aquatic counterparts: spores. In the sea, plants—and some animals—can simply scatter out genetic clones of themselves to float away and grow elsewhere. This is how early plants reproduced. But plants soon evolved methods of protecting these copies to deal with drying out and other damage which is even more likely on land than in the sea. The protection became the seed, though it had not yet evolved the flower. Early seed-bearing plants include the ginkgo and conifers.

Several groups of extinct gymnosperms, particularly seed ferns, have been proposed as the ancestors of flowering plants but there is no continuous fossil evidence showing exactly how flowers evolved. The apparently sudden appearance of relatively modern flowers in the fossil record posed such a problem for the theory of evolution that it was called an "abominable mystery" by Charles Darwin.

Recently discovered angiosperm fossils such as Archaefructus, along with further discoveries of fossil gymnosperms, suggest how angiosperm characteristics may have been acquired in a series of steps. An early fossil of a flowering plant, Archaefructus liaoningensis from China, is dated about 125 million years old. Even earlier from China is the 125–130 million years old Archaefructus sinensis. In 2015 a plant (130 million-year-old Montsechia vidalii, discovered in Spain) was claimed to be 130 million years old. In 2018, scientists reported that the earliest flowers began about 180 million years ago.

Recent DNA analysis (molecular systematics) shows that Amborella trichopoda, found on the Pacific island of New Caledonia, is the only species in the sister group to the rest of the flowering plants, and morphological studies suggest that it has features which may have been characteristic of the earliest flowering plants.

Besides the hard proof of flowers in or shortly before the Cretaceous, there is some circumstantial evidence of flowers as much as 250 million years ago. A chemical used by plants to defend their flowers, oleanane, has been detected in fossil plants that old, including gigantopterids, which evolved at that time and bear many of the traits of modern, flowering plants, though they are not known to be flowering plants themselves, because only their stems and prickles have been found preserved in detail; one of the earliest examples of petrification.

The similarity in leaf and stem structure can be very important, because flowers are genetically just an adaptation of normal leaf and stem components on plants, a combination of genes normally responsible for forming new shoots. The most primitive flowers are thought to have had a variable number of flower parts, often separate from (but in contact with) each other. The flowers would have tended to grow in a spiral pattern, to be bisexual (in plants, this means both male and female parts on the same flower), and to be dominated by the ovary (female part). As flowers grew more advanced, some variations developed parts fused together, with a much more specific number and design, and with either specific sexes per flower or plant, or at least "ovary inferior".

The general assumption is that the function of flowers, from the start, was to involve animals in the reproduction process. Pollen can be scattered without bright colors and obvious shapes, which would therefore be a liability, using the plant's resources, unless they provide some other benefit. One proposed reason for the sudden, fully developed appearance of flowers is that they evolved in an isolated setting like an island, or chain of islands, where the plants bearing them were able to develop a highly specialized relationship with some specific animal (a wasp, for example), the way many island species develop today. This symbiotic relationship, with a hypothetical wasp bearing pollen from one plant to another much the way fig wasps do today, could have eventually resulted in both the plant(s) and their partners developing a high degree of specialization. Island genetics is believed to be a common source of speciation, especially when it comes to radical adaptations which seem to have required inferior transitional forms. Note that the wasp example is not incidental; bees, apparently evolved specifically for symbiotic plant relationships, are descended from wasps.

Likewise, most fruit used in plant reproduction comes from the enlargement of parts of the flower. This fruit is frequently a tool which depends upon animals wishing to eat it, and thus scattering the seeds it contains.

While many such symbiotic relationships remain too fragile to survive competition with mainland organisms, flowers proved to be an unusually effective means of production, spreading (whatever their actual origin) to become the dominant form of land plant life.

Flower evolution continues to the present day; modern flowers have been so profoundly influenced by humans that many of them cannot be pollinated in nature. Many modern, domesticated flowers used to be simple weeds, which only sprouted when the ground was disturbed. Some of them tended to grow with human crops, and the prettiest did not get plucked because of their beauty, developing a dependence upon and special adaptation to human affection.

Many flowering plants reflect as much light as possible within the range of visible wavelengths of the pollinator the plant intends to attract. Flowers that reflect the full range of visible light are generally perceived as white by a human observer. An important feature of white flowers is that they reflect equally across the visible spectrum. While many flowering plants use white to attract pollinators, the use of color is also widespread (even within the same species). Color allows a flowering plant to be more specific about the pollinator it seeks to attract. The color model used by human color reproduction technology (CMYK) relies on the modulation of pigments that divide the spectrum into broad areas of absorption. Flowering plants by contrast are able to shift the transition point wavelength between absorption and reflection. If it is assumed that the visual systems of most pollinators view the visible spectrum as circular then it may be said that flowering plants produce color by absorbing the light in one region of the spectrum and reflecting the light in the other region. With CMYK, color is produced as a function of the amplitude of the broad regions of absorption. Flowering plants by contrast produce color by modifying the frequency (or rather wavelength) of the light reflected. Most flowers absorb light in the blue to yellow region of the spectrum and reflect light from the green to red region of the spectrum. For many species of flowering plant, it is the transition point that characterizes the color that they produce. Color may be modulated by shifting the transition point between absorption and reflection and in this way a flowering plant may specify which pollinator it seeks to attract. Some flowering plants also have a limited ability to modulate areas of absorption. This is typically not as precise as control over wavelength. Humans observers will perceive this as degrees of saturation (the amount of white in the color).

Many flowers have important symbolic meanings in Western culture. The practice of assigning meanings to flowers is known as floriography. Some of the more common examples include:

Because of their varied and colorful appearance, flowers have long been a favorite subject of visual artists as well. Some of the most celebrated paintings from well-known painters are of flowers, such as Van Gogh's sunflowers series or Monet's water lilies. Flowers are also dried, freeze dried and pressed in order to create permanent, three-dimensional pieces of floral art.

Flowers within art are also representative of the female genitalia, as seen in the works of artists such as Georgia O'Keeffe, Imogen Cunningham, Veronica Ruiz de Velasco, and Judy Chicago, and in fact in Asian and western classical art. Many cultures around the world have a marked tendency to associate flowers with femininity.

The great variety of delicate and beautiful flowers has inspired the works of numerous poets, especially from the 18th–19th century Romantic era. Famous examples include William Wordsworth's I Wandered Lonely as a Cloud and William Blake's Ah! Sun-Flower.

Their symbolism in dreams has also been discussed, with possible interpretations including "blossoming potential".

The Roman goddess of flowers, gardens, and the season of Spring is Flora. The Greek goddess of spring, flowers and nature is Chloris.

In Hindu mythology, flowers have a significant status. Vishnu, one of the three major gods in the Hindu system, is often depicted standing straight on a lotus flower. Apart from the association with Vishnu, the Hindu tradition also considers the lotus to have spiritual significance. For example, it figures in the Hindu stories of creation.

In modern times, people have sought ways to cultivate, buy, wear, or otherwise be around flowers and blooming plants, partly because of their agreeable appearance and smell. Around the world, people use flowers to mark important events in their lives:

People therefore grow flowers around their homes, dedicate parts of their living space to flower gardens, pick wildflowers, or buy commercially-grown flowers from florists.

Flowers provide less food than other major plant parts (seeds, fruits, roots, stems and leaves), but still provide several important vegetables and spices. Flower vegetables include broccoli, cauliflower and artichoke. The most expensive spice, saffron, consists of dried stigmas of a crocus. Other flower spices are cloves and capers. Hops flowers are used to flavor beer. Marigold flowers are fed to chickens to give their egg yolks a golden yellow color, which consumers find more desirable; dried and ground marigold flowers are also used as a spice and colouring agent in Georgian cuisine. Flowers of the dandelion and elder are often made into wine. Bee pollen, pollen collected from bees, is considered a health food by some people. Honey consists of bee-processed flower nectar and is often named for the type of flower, e.g. orange blossom honey, clover honey and tupelo honey.

Hundreds of fresh flowers are edible, but only few are widely marketed as food. They are often added to salads as garnishes. Squash blossoms are dipped in breadcrumbs and fried. Some edible flowers include nasturtium, chrysanthemum, carnation, cattail, Japanese honeysuckle, chicory, cornflower, canna, and sunflower. Edible flowers such as daisy, rose, and violet are sometimes candied.

Flowers such as chrysanthemum, rose, jasmine, Japanese honeysuckle, and chamomile, chosen for their fragrance and medicinal properties, are used as tisanes, either mixed with tea or on their own.

Flowers have been used since prehistoric times in funeral rituals: traces of pollen have been found on a woman's tomb in the El Miron Cave in Spain. Many cultures draw a connection between flowers and life and death, and because of their seasonal return flowers also suggest rebirth, which may explain why many people place flowers upon graves. The ancient Greeks, as recorded in Euripides's play The Phoenician Women, placed a crown of flowers on the head of the deceased; they also covered tombs with wreaths and flower petals. Flowers were widely used in ancient Egyptian burials, and the Mexicans to this day use flowers prominently in their Day of the Dead celebrations in the same way that their Aztec ancestors did.

The flower-giving tradition goes back to prehistoric times when flowers often had a medicinal and herbal attributes. Archaeologists found in several grave sites remnants of flower petals. Flowers were first used as sacrificial and burial objects. Ancient Egyptians and later Greeks and Romans used flowers. In Egypt, burial objects from the time around 1540 BC[citation needed] were found, which depicted red poppy, yellow Araun, cornflower and lilies. Records of flower giving appear in Chinese writings and Egyptian hieroglyphics, as well as in Greek and Roman mythology. The practice of giving a flower flourished in the Middle Ages when couples showed affection through flowers.

The tradition of flower-giving exists in many forms. It is an important part of Russian culture and folklore. It is common for students to give flowers to their teachers. To give yellow flowers in a romantic relationship means break-up in Russia. Nowadays, flowers are often given away in the form of a flower bouquet.

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@CNeverhood @romanovalex44 @Fern__flower @svetazavr @ov_ov Физкультура для любителей и профессиональный спорт со св…
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RT @tomodaayaka: #RT希望 \速報!/ 💗2月27日(土)大阪撮影会開催💗 🔘衣装:私服👉下着 ❤️9名様限定❤️ 2月7日14時頃〜予約受付スタート! 1年以上振りに大阪で撮影会開催決定しました😁…
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RT @BYEWHY17: #SEVENTEEN จะเข้าร่วมงานประกาศรางวัล 30th High1 Seoul Music Awards ในวันที่ 31 มกราคม 2021 พรมแดง 15.00น. การแสดงและประกาศรา…
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RT @FCgoods_myfav: Main stage 16:50 (เวลาไทย) #NUEST - I’m in trouble - moon dance - drive #SEVENTEEN - Fallin’…
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junkyu flower
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アブソリュート #Peing #質問箱
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RT @9GAG: Beautiful flower roll cakes🌸🌼 By keempossible_2 | IG
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RT @HOLYJJOIPPOI: วันนี้เซบทีนจะเข้าร่วมงานประกาศรางวัล #SMA2021 - เดินพรมแดงเวลา 15.00น. (ไทย) - ประกาศรางวัลเวลา 16.50น. (ไทย) เซบทีนจะ…
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RT @nakahxra: albedo 9?/10 -y’all are kinda underrated -you cant decide if between def and atk artifacts for him -how many times have you…
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RT @hoacamchuong20: Food support for #GulfKanawut Total 30 sets One set inclues: 1- Deep fried pork with basil and rice, Mango with sweet f…
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🎈 Vincent Willem van Gogh was born on this day in 1890! He was Vincent’s nephew. Van Gogh painted it as a gift for…
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This year, try something new at subukan ang bango ng 5-flower perfume with Sunsilk Smooth and Manageable (with regu…
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@florrys_flower But I like evil spirits 😔
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RT @jaunewonu: no one will ever do it like wonwoo & hoshi’s fallin’ flower duet
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OC & the Creator ✌🏽💕🪐
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RT @proletarigata: michael jackson preto // michael jackson preto sim, isso mesmo, vadia, MICHAEL TINHA VITILIGO e essa doença jamais mudo…
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@xenlesse Mais oui omg jte jure (omg justement tout à l'heure j'étais en train de me demander s'il y avait un lien..)
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나의 유일한 너에게 - 시우민 (XIUMIN) - 들어보세요.  by Melon
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и с цифрами тоже. для меня 4 это 7
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RT @_BeryVery_: 세븐틴 fallin' flower 서가대 세븐틴 폴플
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@JIMIM_1013x 糸目には勝てまてん🤣 愛おしいぜ🙈♡
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@shimotsukiyuu 更新お疲れ様(❁ᴗ͈ˬᴗ͈)っ🍵 シマエナガちゃんケーキかわいくて食べられないよぉ😭 ブランケットもふわもこパジャマも素敵!ほしい😍 🍓は食べちゃうなぁᕱ⑅ᕱ♥ 🥘もおたまも素敵✨ アルバムおっきぃ😳…
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@hoagieknowsbest You have a small flower biz?? Like a florist shop?? I really want to start a small flower farm some day. 😬
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RT @shuaahannie: Seventeen performing Fallin' flower with an orchestra behind them and Jun playing the piano during the middle of Fallin' F…
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RT @n6260: Wherever love is and lives, the sun also dwells in those in those fragile human hearts what is life by its kindness he hugs and…
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RT @snowmyoongi: vou deixar aqui esse vídeo do michael jackson falando sobre o vitiligo, já que a karol conka, que aparentemente se acha a…
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RT @jaunewonu: no one will ever do it like wonwoo & hoshi’s fallin’ flower duet
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RT @aobasohjai: matching flower hats 🌼👒 #haikyuu #iwaoi
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RT @radioboycragg: Fresh out of the oven, place your order now. Flower vases for sale.
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@muzaimictorium eu peguei o nome do general já te envio tô transmitindo um episódio de flower of evil pro povo aqui
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Brother power 💪 #OnThisDay in 1995, Andy Flower (156) and Grant Flower (201*) put up a 269-run stand for the fourt…
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恵方巻きじゃなくてキンパ作りました 𓌉◯𓇋
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RT @Vandall_savage: If someone throws a stone at you, throw a flower at them but always remember to throw the flower pot with it>>>
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RT @MamamooCharts: Awa Music - The Hot 100 #2 Dingga #3 Hip Japanese Ver #5 Hip #6 Dingga japanese Ver #9 gogobebe #14 Egotistic #16 Decal…
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Shawn Mendes wearing a flower crown, and holding up the LGBTQ+ flag, gives me so much serotonin 🏳️‍🌈
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RT @mvxoxo_: if you guys can please rt and like to help my flower business grow, it would mean so much to me.. IG: MVFLORAL 💗🤍
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@crush___flower БЛЯЬЬЬЗЖОЬЗЬЗЬЗЗЬЖЬЖТЖТ
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今日はいません!いよいよ目が具合悪いので病院行きます…リプとか返せてなくてごめんなさい。目治ったら返すね( ´ •̥  ̫ •̥ ` )
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RT @tinyybsk: svt 'fallin flower' album covers a thread;;
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RT @kuroinutarot: 「都市伝説の裏の裏」 緊急生放送!節分スペシャル! 「鬼の真実!呪詛を解き放て! 日本の守護神は鬼だった!?」 ドラゴニアンである我々日本人! 「鬼」は「龍蛇族」だぞ! 今日は皆んなで言霊を唱えて 植え付けられた呪詛を祓おう! 「鬼は内!福は…
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RT @libertysoap: Floral Bouquet Soap, Daisy Chain, Baby's Breath, Hand-Crafted Soap, Cocoa Butter Soap, Vegan Soap, Floral Soap, Flower Soa…
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the challenge is to look at your flower. donut and ruby become friends. team ice cube wins and balloony's team lose…
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RT @Nelle_Land: Mfs stay hollering they miss somebody but I aint seen a flower, a french fry, a flat wing, naaathan. 😩 CAN’T miss me. 😒
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RT @pcysfile: flower boy 💐 #CHANYEOL #찬열
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@DeePeeArts
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@paaannd だよねぇ!!
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今週の金曜日の夜中に1回実家に戻ろう〜〜〜〜〜〜〜
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RT @daywithshua: SEVENTEEN Vernon "Fallin Flower" Fancam at Seoul Music Awards (210131) #SEVENTEEN #VERNON #세븐틴 #…
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BLACKPINK’s Jisoo Chooses Her Favorite Flower—Here’s Why It’s Perfect For Her
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You'll never know a flower, until it stops blooming in your garden.
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I saw #whiteprivilege trending on Twitter & I checked out why. Turns out, Jenny, (see below) - proud rioter - aske…
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Check out this great piece I’ve made thats available for purchase in my Etsy shop. A personal favorite from my…
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😍 Black Mango Wood Floor Flower Vase 😍 by Novarian Creations price starting from $365.99. #FloorFlowerVases…
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RT @shawnltjm: 𓂃 𖥻 💿 playing fine line by Harry Styles ͏ ͏ ͏ ͏ ͏ ͏ ͏ ͏ ͏ ͏ ͏ ͏ ͏ ͏ ͏ ͏ ͏͏ ͏ ͏ ͏ ͏
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flower , i'm never kissing you again
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@cupvaketk @seungpvppy Still mad it was just spray 😤
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RT @NAMJOONPlC: flower boy ♡
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"Race you to the top" but when Beau said it to Veth and "may I have this dance?" When Veth gestured to Mollymauk an…
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Excited to share the latest addition to my #etsy shop: Royal blue sequin girl dress open back and a big bow. Flower…
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@Bramblings22 You might get several flower spikes but not as tall 👍
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@flower_black15 Nem precisa deixar, tu já sabe q eu n preciso de nada p querer te pegar 😉
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@crush___flower Я надеюсь, что ты справляешься, но если в один момент всё начнёт рушиться, то напиши, окей? Я сейча…
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@hanniexxrose make a pretty versaille-style flower garden
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i stole this from the tl but reply and i’ll tell you what flower you remind me of
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RT @maybenadi: Happy February ❄️❄️❄️ In winter, the flower hides The cold and snowy landscape lay dormant But the flower is not sad…
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@InfoSevillismo And fat flower...
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@__your_flower__ НЕ КО МНЕ ВОПРОС
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RT @yesimendez88: #auctionday #auction #ebayauction #ebayfinds #supportsmallbusiness #SmallBiz #HomeDecor #collecti…
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Because you want to see little duckies trying on flower hats.
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フォロー&RTで3名様に 新商品3点セットが当たる🎁 🌼オリジナル雑貨シリーズ第5弾  『Flower Girly』 が新登場🌼 様々なフラワーモチーフが詰まった 全24アイテム 🌷 全国サンキューマートにて 2/11(木)…
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🌱💗don’t forget that a pretty flower like you need to drink water, take care of yourself🌱💗 *mwah*
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RT @KadenVoices: It's interesting to me how people try to drive a wedge between "binary trans people" and "nonbinary trans people." Being…
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RT @bunnabells: important !! frogs with flower hats
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RT @bunnabells: important !! frogs with flower hats
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@Flower_BOT9836 @2 上がらないらしいので...
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God please turn me into that flower 🙏🏾
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RT @Nawas_masood: If someone throws a rock at you, throw a flower back at them, but make sure the flower is still in the pot.. 😎🤣
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@Norah_38_ @2050_flower @TheTalalSam اها حتى دحين قاعدة تبث 😄
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RT @ancesra: Do you want a flower? 花が欲しいか?
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RT @VenetiaJane: ‘Little Ida’s Flowers’ is the tale of a young girl who discovers her flowers are wilting because they exhausted themselves…
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RT @Nawas_masood: If someone throws a rock at you, throw a flower back at them, but make sure the flower is still in the pot.. 😎🤣
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RT @Nawas_masood: If someone throws a rock at you, throw a flower back at them, but make sure the flower is still in the pot.. 😎🤣
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RT @Darrchoi: #YOONGI #NAMJOON
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RT @hornybastardngh: MY BRAIN IS SHUTTING DOWN #FridayNightFunkin #FNF
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@kreyjemin Floooweeer flower flowe flower floweeeeerr
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@MUJlNlST my flower slander? 🤨🤨🤨
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RT @AdeelSattiPPP: Inaugurated the Shah Rasool Terrace Garden in old Clifton area earlier today. Beautiful landscaping, old trees and flowe…
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Frogs with Flower Hats in case you needed the serotonin.
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★★★ YUI デビュー15周年を記念したセルフカバーミニアルバム「NATURAL」2月24日リリース決定!🎉🎉 YUI人気の6曲を、FLOWER FLOWERのメンバーとともにリアレンジし、現在のYUIが歌いなおした自然体な…
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RT @aegbeom: Jinyoung’s IG story BH ent became a flower shop again today 😆 watch until the end! #GOT7 #갓세븐 @GOT7Official
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The thief doth make cowards of nothing.” “With mirth and what 's gone is the innocent flower, but with the whirligig of our
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Sunmi did the Hakyeon's flower graduation meme to his face 😂
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@o_catnip @FuseCraftAD Be gone with her. Horde have been over her for years.
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Autumn is a second spring when every leaf is a flower. - Albert Camus #albertcamus #fall
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@_flower_hope_7 minha internet não quer deixar eu te enviar mensagem 😭😭😭
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RT @stay97liner: smiley pink haired felix in a flower crown brings me all the happiness i need
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“Air Force One”. Let’s focus on the balls 🏀 🏀 Not too hanging like flower baskets. Not too tight like organic oni…
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RT @botwtherapy: Korok flower #botw #botwtherapy #botw11thplaythrough #BreathoftheWild #NintendoSwitch
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RT @NinWire: 30% off sale on select items at BoxLunch today! Get this Pokémon Pikachu & Eevee Flower Enamel Keychain for $6.23.
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RT @Nanao_TP: 新曲 『クローバーゲーム』 Music&Guitar:Nanao Drums:Youli Piano:Chio Bass:Igo Vocal:v flower Movie:sakiyama Vocaloid Edit:Bibi Mix&Mst:St…
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RT @BTS_twt: Snow Flower🎅❄
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I couldn’t figure out what this squirrel was doing it’s hiding all the peanuts i put out for the squirrels in my mo…
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RT @sowoojoo613: Q. If u were a flower, what would u be? 🐰tiger flower 🐨daisy 🐹 rose 🐿 buttercup 🐥 i think i would like forget-me-not 🐰 why…
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* As a flower, I was soulless. * I lacked the power to love other people.
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@chochupivo
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@WonderWorksRB I think it should have the power to get one flower a day. I think that flower should give 200 experi…
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★★★ Youtubeチャンネル続々更新中です! FLOWER FLOWER MVもこちらにまとめてます💁‍♀️💁‍♀️ 是非チャンネル登録お願いします。 #YUI…
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Girls' Generation's YoonA shares her handmade flower rice cakes with fans
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I, uh... I got you a gift... Please look it over before... Uh, I mean... Please enjoy! Inside is some chocolate w…
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とりあえず急遽その後輩呼び出して飯連れていく🍖 寄り添える場所とうまいもん食おう
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@ScottPughsley Plastic flower! ... a plastic flower? 🤣🤣😘
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@PokemonGoApp Roses are red, Violets a flower, I like to peek at chu in the shower
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@custom_flower 双子ちゃんキターヾ(°∀° )/ー!
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RT @akshay_sh2002: Life is the flower for which love is the honey. #TheJasLyValentine
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「Innocent flower」(Inori Minase 1st LIVE Ready Steady Go!) @YouTubeよ 久しぶりにいのりんのライブ姿みました この…
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@soompi STREAM TO 1 BILLION
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@flower_fairysss Нет
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RT @apolobelvedere: representation of apollo and hyacinthus, whose love turns flesh into flower — happy valentines!
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Be like a flower that will forever only stare at the movement of the sun, when the sun is not there it will crouch…
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RT @NoirLaurant: It's Valentine day~~~ Please accept my gift dear @Tarouchoo 💓💓💓 And Happy Kaeluc Week, day 1: Soulmate/ Flower 💓💓💓 #gensh…
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@urWWWW らぶですわ🤦🏻‍♀️💓
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RT @ladiemmz: what type of flower u call this tho? 😯😊😂😉
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RT @chikabaeri: flower of evil dah masuk netflix tau sape belum tengok tu bole la tengok best giler
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RT @thinksannyeongz: 1 year ago~ wonyoung: Flo-isual, a combination of flower and visual? yujin: oh? isn't that wonyoung? Wonyo’s reacti…
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@flower_Bloom0 그닉가.. 4곡이라해서 놀랏네
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RT @SunFlow1022131: Binics once made project "messages for Hanbin", 1 message = 1 flower and while they were decorating Hanbin came to visi…
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[ALBUM TRACK LIST] ⠀ '선미(SUNMI) - 꼬리(TAIL)' 2021.02.23 6PM KST ⠀ #선미 #SUNMI #꼬리 #TAIL #꽃같네 #What_The_Flower
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#20210223_6pm #TAIL #What_The_Flower #꼬리 #꽃같네
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RT @xunonme: oh sehun in suit and holding white flower, so beautiful..... l’officiel hommes somebymi
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RT @ShreshthaDharma: Marigold: Marigold is not just a beautiful flower. It has immense health benefits which are even known to our elder…
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RT @poetrytoread: Falling into a deep well Caressed by emotions Floating like a feather Softly into your ocean Blooming like a flower In y…
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RT @syh_bae: [Trans] Can iKON step back into the flower path? iKON x iKONIC #StanWorld #iKON @YG_iKONIC
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こんなのさ数週間数ヶ月で決まったことでは無いじゃん。多分ずっと前からこの話はあったんだろうね。それでもまかまどはトップコンビとしての姿勢を崩さず魅せてくれたこと、それが私は悲しくもあるけど嬉しいよ。夢を見させてくれてありがとう。
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Let me water the flower on your back with some creamy substance😍🙈
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RT @DanielaBoniIIa: When my bf gave me this welded flower he said “I’ll love you until this flower dies” so not crying 🥲
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RT @sehunspics: Flower boy Sehun 🌹 #SEHUN #세훈
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RT @littletyun: lil flower boy #태현 #TAEHYUN
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RT @rasonngpuso_: Good Aftie from us! Thank you Baba @rpwsth & Baba @S0FTHAVEN for accepting me as your daughter. I feel like a flower blo…
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RT @syh_bae: [Trans] Can iKON step back into the flower path? iKON x iKONIC #StanWorld #iKON @YG_iKONIC
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Bachao bachao bachao.. 4 log mere ghar ke bahar khade hain. Meri toh fatt ke flower ho gai hai. Kashmir police, hom…
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@fate_everyday 어머 그럼 그동안은 어떻해 활동했을까아~ㅋㅋㅋ
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今 さらば ララバイ 歌うよ 二人の日々は痛いくらい眩しい Ah 何もいらない 離れないで だけど本当はこうなると知っていたの Good-Bye Lullaby / FLOWER FLOWER
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@zidiansadist não mentiu em Flower of evil que foi um hino de dorama ano passado
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RT @DjDarcieDolce: Another vid sold! Flower My Holes ft Ariella Ferrera #MVSales
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RT @shararangfus_: 아니 근데 더벰 진심으로 저거 3세트 당첨자 받을 생각이라면 그 많고 많은 세트 상품 중에 하나라도 세 개 다 들어있는 세트 상품 만들었어야해,,,,
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Cape Daisy
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Daisy flowers depict purity and innocence. These perennial blooms occur in many varieties. Have a look at these pictures of daisies along with their brief descriptions.
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Pretty Flower Wallpaper iPhone Backgrounds: the best beautiful flower wallpaper aesthetics and spring slower wallpaper backgrounds. If you’re after stunning imagery of flower wallpaper iPhone Tumblr pictures, this post is definitely for you! Check out the free downloads. #flowerwallpaper #flowerwallpaperiphone #flowerwallpaperaesthetic #flowers #iphonewallpaper#iphonebeackground
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Romancing | Flickr - Photo Sharing!
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Summer Flowers | 35 Stunning Blooms Perfect For The Season
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😀😉 Flower Bracelet So beautiful ! You Can have a Try#diy #crafts #bracelet #new #trending #flower
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Alaska State Flower - Forget-Me-Not - Myosotis Alpestris
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January: Carnation - ELLEDecor.com symbolize love and fascination
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Cape Daisy by Mandy Disher on 500px
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plante balcon ouest oeillet blanche rouge jardin fleur - blog déco - clem around the corner arrosez les régulièrement à savoir deux à trois fois par semaine l’été, puis réduisez le l’hiver, la pluie s’en occupera fleur blanche orné de rose rouge sur les bordures fleurs à planter au printemps et en automne déco balcon pour printemps flower's spring white surrounded of red home sweet home #spring #printemps #deco #exterior #flower #fleurs #rose #blanc #jardin #garden #homesweethome
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Calla lily
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Romancing | Flickr - Photo Sharing!
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Secret to colorful succulents = stress!
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Discover the Meaning Behind 10 Popular Valentine's Day Flowers
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mariage bohème décoration fleurs bouquet de la mariée
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Being a plant parent to moth orchids requires a little bit of patience, but it's totally worth it. #orchidtips #indoorgardening #houseplants #bhg
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Columbine-best plants for cottage gardens Easy to grow and beautiful, columbine blooms in spring and early summer. The colorful blooms are loved by hummingbirds and gardeners alike. Name: Aquilegia varieties Growing conditions: Part shade and well-drained soil Height: To 3 feet tall Zones: 3-9, depending on variety More on Growing Columbine
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Discover the Meaning Behind 10 Popular Valentine's Day Flowers
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flower Pinterest Ideas
  • flower tattoos
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Humlebi / rødkløver 🐝 #visualsofearth #discoverearth #earthofficial #agameoftones #naturephotography #earthfocus #lovewilderness #worldprime #reallyrightstuff #moody_nature #outdoorsy #wandermore #ventureout #exploretheoutdoors #inthewild #naturehike #lovelynatureshot #lovelynature #landscapephotos #summerphotography #summerphoto #raw_allnature #macro #insect #bumblebee #flower
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#agameoftones #ventureout #exploretheoutdoors #naturephotography #summerphotography
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久しぶりの投稿ですが制作活動はしております🐌 ぼちぼちですが増やしております🦥 minne、creemaにて販売中です。 #ドライフラワー #dryflower #flower #フラワーアレンジメント #リース #ハンドメイド #ヤマイモ #ユーカリ #minne #creema #ウエディング
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#minne #flower #creema #dryflower
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#今日 #誕生花 ・ ・ ・ #ガマズミ ・ ・ ・ #花言葉 #愛は死より強し #結合 ・ ・ ・ #花 #flower #japan #花が好きな人と繋がりたい #花のある暮らし #お洒落な人と繋がりたい #花瓶 #花が好き #医療従事者に感謝 #コロナ #コロナに負けるな
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#flower #japan
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#weiher #pond #wiesweiher #mohn #blüte #mini #poppy #blossom #flower #sculpture #skulptur
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#mini #blüte #flower #sculpture #weiher
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Guess the name of this flower? Let's see who guess it right...😅 ... ... ... . Hint...its a flower of a tasty fruit...😋 . . . . . . .#flowerphotography #flowers #flower #nature #naturephotography #flowerstagram #flowersofinstagram #photography #macro #flowerpower #garden #naturelovers #summer #photooftheday #flowerlovers #perfection #guava #macrophotography #beautiful #gardening #photo #flowerlover #flowermagic #floral #flora #plants #love #floweroftheday #flowerphoto #terracegarden
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#guava #naturephotography #naturelovers #macro #flower
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#zygocactus #nofilter
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#zygocactus #nofilter
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👀 . . . #plants #nature #flowers #plantsofinstagram #garden #plant #green #plantsmakepeoplehappy #gardening #houseplants #photography #succulents #indoorplants #flower #urbanjungle #naturephotography #cactus #love #art #plantlover #plantas #plantlife #beautiful #spring #botanical #plantstagram #homedecor #photooftheday #trees #bhfyp
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#trees #botanical #houseplants #gardening #art
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Guten Morgen 😊 auch im Urlaub übersehe ich natürlich nicht so süße Blümchen und schon gar nicht die Ochsenzunge😊😍😊 hab einen schönen Montag 🤗 für mich geht's heute wieder nach hause😟🌊😟 da ich viel Bilder mit der Kamera gemacht habe werde ich dich die nächsten Tage noch mit Urlaubsbildern überraschen, hoffe ich🤔😊 . . . . . . . . . . . #großenbrode #südstrand #ostsee #balticsea #sand #meerblick #meer #blumen #flower #blumenliebe #schönertag #flowerlove #flowerpower #blumenzauber #ochsenzunge #blümchen #total_blumenliebe #total_nature #total_flowers #withmyeyes #outside #unterwegs #urlaub
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#outside #meerblick #blumenzauber #total_flowers #total_nature
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#bee #flower #nature #hungary #summer
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#hungary #nature #summer #flower #bee