Marigolds = Cempasúchil

Photo: Cempasúchil Postcard Common marigold may refer to: Calendula officinalis, a species native to Europe, but cultivated worldwide Tagetes, a genus of plants native to the New World, but cultivated worldwide HeadlinesLa flor que acompaña a nuestros muertos – El Universal Translating: Marigold flowersNáhuatl: CempasúchilSpanish: CaléndulaFrench: SouciGerman: Ringelblume; Tagetes Xochimilco Unidades de producción de cempasúchitl …

Flowers Links

Photo Links to flowers presented in somewhat random fashion: HeadlinesHow the Covid-19 pandemic hit the cut-flower chain Translating: FlowersFrench: FleursGerman: BlumenSpanish: Flores Videos The Origin of Flowers WikipediaAlyssumAzaleaBegoniaCalibrachoaCleomeCoreopsis grandifloraDahliaDelphiniumDianthusFreesiaGaillardiaPericallisRoseVinca Planeta.com

Flowers

Photo: Wattle Flower = Seed-bearing part of a plant, consisting of reproductive organs (stamens and carpels) that are typically surrounded by a brightly colored corolla (petals) and a green calyx (sepals). QuotesEarth laughs in flowers.– Ralph Waldo Emerson Some people grumble because roses have thorns; I am thankful that the thorns have roses.– Alphonse Karr …