If you didn't already know, the oleander or nerium is a shrub cultivated as an ornamental and landscaping plant. It has white, pink or red five-lobed flowers that grow in clusters year-round, peaking during the summer. They are often, but not always, sweet-scented. This puzzle is based on a painting by Vincent van Gogh (1853–1890) that loved oleander flowers and considered them joyous and life-affirming because they bloomed a all year-round.Image Source /Credit: Vincent van Gogh, 1888, Metropolitan Museum of Art
In today's puzzle we feature a beautiful orange lily(Lilium bulbiferum). This beautiful and fragrant flower is also commonly known as fire lily, Jimmy's Bane and tiger lily. It is widely distributed in much of Europe and it grows in mountain meadows, on hillsides or in flower gardens. The flowers can reach 4–6 centimeters in length and are bright yellow-orange with reddish-brown dots.
The vase of flowers in a marble niche featured in today's puzzle was painter in oil on canvas by Michel Bruno Bellenge (French, Rouen 1726–1793 Rouen). The painting was intended to be used in decorative paneling over a door. It is meant to be looked at from below. That vantage point and the way it was painted (the perspective, lights and shadows) trick the observer into thinking the vase, the flowers and the marble niche are real.
In this new puzzle we feature some pink Phlox flowers. These beautiful flowers, also known as garden phlox, panicled phlox or perennial phlox, are extensively cultivated in temperate regions as an ornamental plant. Phlox flowers are strongly fragrant. They are typically pink, purple or rarely white.
In this new puzzle we feature some bright yellow ones. Chrysanthemums come in virtually every color and hue except blue and black. The flower heads occur in various forms also, and can be daisy-like or decorative, like buttons or pompon. Yellow or white chrysanthemum flowers are boiled to make a tea in some parts of East Asia.
It's time for another fun and challenging puzzle. In this new one we feature a close-up of an beautiful flower arrangement. If you didn't know, flower arrangement is the art of using flowers and other plant materials to create beautiful designs and compositions used to decorate homes, offices, parks, gardens and other places on special occasions or for every day events.
In today's puzzle we feature a close-up of some beautiful pink roses. Roses come in a variety of color, from white to yellow, pink, purple, orange and of course red. There are over three hundred species and tens of thousands of cultivars. Flowers vary in size and shape and are usually large and showy.
Blossoms are usually pink (peach blossoms, cherry blossoms or almond blossoms) or white (plum blossoms, apple blossoms, orange blossoms and others), but some trees or flowering plants may also have dark pink to red flowers like the ones in this puzzle. If you didn't know, blossoms provide pollen to pollinators such as bees, and initiate cross-pollination necessary for the trees to reproduce by producing fruit. Now that you know a bit more about blossoms, click start and put the ones in today's puzzle back together. Have fun!
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