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Description A poster with twelve flowers of different families:
  • St Bernards Lilly ( Anthericum liliago): Liliaceae
  • Bermuda Buttercup ( Oxalis pes-caprae): Oxalidaceae
  • Oleander ( Nerium oleander): Apocynaceae
  • Lantana ( Lantana camara): Verbenaceae
  • Scarlet Pimpernel ( Anagallis arvensis): Primulaceae
  • Verbascum ( Verbascum sinuatum): Scrophulariaceae
  • Common Mallow ( Malva sylvestris): Malvaceae
  • Spanish Oyster ( Scolymus hispanicum): Asteraceae
  • Stork's Bill ( Erodium malacoides): Geraniaceae
  • Bindweed ( Convolvulus arvensis): Convolvulaceae
  • Blue Gem ( Hebe x franciscana): Plantaginaceae
  • Calla Lily ( Zantedeschia aethiopica): Araceae
Date January 2008
Source Own work
Author Alvesgaspar


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