Dianthus barbatus, or sweet William, has become a popular ornamental garden plant. It is a species of flowering plant native to southern Europe and parts of Asia. Wild plants produce red flowers with a white base, but colors in cultivars range from white, pink, red, and purple to variegated patterns. It is often said it was named in the 18th century in honour of Prince William, Duke of Cumberland. It is also said to be named after Saint William of York or after William the Conqueror. // Image Credit: Daily Jigsaw Puzzles
Violets are most commonly associated with shades of purple and blue, but they come in a range of colors. Their flowers can also be yellow (like the ones featured in this puzzle), white, pink or multicolored. Violets are native to various regions around the world, including North America, Europe, Asia, and Africa. They can be found in a variety of habitats, from woodlands and meadows to gardens and lawns. They are relatively easy to grow and are popular in gardens and as potted plants.
Today's jigsaw puzzle features a delightful scene of a busy bee collecting pollen from a vibrant yellow dandelion. Dandelions are a crucial source of food for bees, especially in early spring when other flowering plants may not yet be in bloom. These bright yellow flowers are packed with nectar and pollen, making them a valuable resource for bees looking to gather food and support their hives. So sit back, relax, and enjoy the challenge of piecing together this beautiful image of a bee and two dandelions. Have fun!
This beautiful succulent (Echeveria setos), also known as Mexican firecracker, is native to Mexico and belongs to the Crassulaceae family. It is characterized by its rosette-shaped leaves that form a compact arrangement. The leaves are covered in fine hairs, giving them a fuzzy texture and a silvery-green appearance. The edges of the leaves are lined with small, sharp teeth. In spring it bears 30 cm (12 in) long stalks of red flowers with yellow tips. In this puzzle, you will have the opportunity to admire the intricate details of this stunning plant while challenging your problem-solving skills. Enjoy!
Featuring some beautiful and colorful primroses, today's puzzle game is designed to challenge and entertain players of all ages and skill levels. If you didn't already know, primroses are beautiful and popular spring flowers known for their vibrant and varied colors. They come in a range of hues, from soft pastel shades like pink, yellow, and lavender, to brighter and bolder tones such as deep purple, fiery orange, and vibrant red. These charming flowers are often used to add pops of color to gardens, window boxes, and floral arrangements. Their delicate petals and sweet fragrance make them a favorite among gardeners and flower enthusiasts alike. So now that you know a bit more about these flowers, simply choose your preferred difficulty level and begin assembling the pieces to reveal the gorgeous array of multi-colored flowers. With its bright and cheerful design, this puzzle is sure to bring a smile to your face and help you unwind after a busy day. So why wait? Start playing now and see if you can solve this delightful puzzle in record time!
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.
In today's puzzle we feature some beautiful lawn daisies. The lawn daisy, also know as the common daisy or English daisy, is native to western, central and northern Europe, but has become widely naturalized in most temperate regions, including the Americas. This kind of daisy generally blooms from early to midsummer, although when grown under ideal conditions, it has a very long flowering season and will even produce a few flowers in the middle of mild winters and early Spring.
Commonly known as kochia, burningbush,ragweed, summer cypress,mock-cypress, belvedere, Mexican firebrush, and Mexican fireweed - Bassia scoparia is a large annual herb. It is grown as an ornamental plant for the flaming red color that the plant takes on in autumn. Kochia produces barely noticeable green flowers from spring through summer. When the plant dries in late Autumn, it breaks off and rolls like a tumbleweed, dropping it's seeds as it being carried by the wind.
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