Today we're at a flower shop trying to pick up a beautiful bouquet of flowers. We've narrowed it down to these three differently colored flowers: yellow, red violet and white. Time to check what every color represents and what occasion it's best suited for. What are your favorites?Image Source /Credit: Daily Jigsaw Puzzles
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.
Roses are appreciated and grown for their beautiful and often are fragrant flowers. They come in a variety of colors ranging from white through yellows and reds. In this fun puzzle we feature some white and red roses. Click start, put the pieces back together and see the beautiful white and red flowers. Have fun!
In this new puzzle we're in the middle of a sunflower field. Sunflowers were first domesticated in what is now Mexico and the Southern United States. They were first introduced to Europe in the early 16th century. Sunflowers are used as food crops for humans, cattle, and poultry, and as ornamental plants.
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.
Also known as fish leaf, fish wort, chameleon plant, rainbow plant, heart leaf, or Chinese lizard tail, fish mint (houttuynia cordata) is a flowering plant native to Southeast Asia. It grows in moist soil or slightly submerged in water, as long as it is exposed partially to the sun. It is used as a fresh herbal garnish and commonly grown as a leaf vegetable.
Another flower themed puzzle is here. In this new one we feature some beautiful yellow, orange and dark red artificial flowers. If you didn't know, these kind of imitations of natural plants are used for decorating homes and businesses all over the world. With today's production techniques, artificial flowers and plants look almost lifelike and are easily mistaken for the real ones. There are several advantages to having decorations made out of artificial plants: these kind of plants don't need to be replaced periodically, they don't need any day to day maintenance and they can be placed in any location without concern for lighting or temperature conditions.
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!
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.
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.
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