In today's puzzle we feature some beautiful snowdrops. These beautiful flowers have two linear leaves and a single small white drooping bell-shaped flower with six petal-like tepals in two circles. Most species of snowdrops flower in late winter, but some flower in early spring and late autumn. They are native to Europe and the Middle East.Image Source /Credit: Daily Jigsaw Puzzles
In today's new puzzle we feature two yellow dandelions in a grassy field. The dandelion's flower heads are yellow to orange, and are open in the daytime, but closed at night. The flower heads mature into spherical seed heads sometimes called blowballs or clocks containing many single-seeded fruits called achenes. The mature seeds are attached to white, fluffy "parachutes" which easily detach from the seedhead and glide by wind, dispersing.
Phlox subulata, commonly known as Moss Phlox or Creeping Phlox, is a charming flowering plant that belongs to the Polemoniaceae family. Native to North America, this species is renowned for its vibrant and abundant display of pink flowers, which create a breathtaking carpet of color in gardens, meadows, and rocky slopes. Each delicate bloom of the Moss Phlox showcases five rounded petals, radiating from a small, vibrant yellow center. These flowers release a delightful fragrance that attracts various pollinators, such as bees and butterflies, making it a welcome addition to any garden ecosystem. Today's online jigsaw puzzle captures the essence of these captivating flowers, offering you a delightful challenge as you reconstruct the image of pink Moss Phlox in all its glory. Have fun!
In today's puzzle we feature a beautiful flower arrangement. The puzzle is based on a painting with the same name by Peter Binoit, a German still life painter active during the early Baroque. Pick your difficulty level, click start, put the colorful flowers back together and complete today's challenge. Have fun!
This puzzle is based on a painting by Pierre-Auguste Renoir and it depicts a vase of colorful chrysanthemums. Also called mums or chrysanths, chrysanthemums were first cultivated in China as a flowering herb as far back as the 15th century BC. It is estimated that there are over 20000 cultivars in the world with a variety of flower shapes and colors.
In today's puzzle we feature a beautiful and fragrant cowslip bouquet. Cowslip, common cowslip, or cowslip primrose is a herbaceous perennial flowering plant native throughout most of temperate Europe and western Asia. Cowslip is frequently found on open ground, including open fields, meadows and clifftops. It produces deep yellow flowers in spring, in clusters of 10–30 blooms together on a single stem.
Also known as blue daisy, blue dandelion, blue sailors, blue weed, bunk, cornflower, coffeeweed, horseweed, succory, wild endiv, and wild bachelor's buttons, common chicory is perennial herbaceous plant. It usually has bright blue flowers, rarely white or pink. Chicory is native to western Asia, North Africa, and Europe. Now that you know a bit more about this plant and it's beautiful blue flowers, take a few minutes and relax with today's jigsaw puzzle. Have fun!
These beautiful flowers are native to East Asia. They can be blue, red, pink, light purple, or dark purple. They are widely cultivated in many parts of the world as ornamental plants. Common names include bigleaf hydrangea, mophead hydrangea, French hydrangea, lacecap hydrangea, hortensia and penny mac.
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