Lily is derived from the Greek name leirion and the Roman name lilium.
The tulip is a wildflower known to have originated in Persia.
The first poinsettia is said to have been brought to the United States years ago from tropical Mexico.
The daisy got its name based on the way it opens and closes with the sun.
The carnation (Dianthus caryophyllus or clove pink), is believed to be native to the Mediterranean region.
"Sunflower" originates from the Greek words helios, meaning "sun," and anothos, meaning "flower."
The orchid family is one of the largest flower families, having between 21000 and 26000 accepted species.
Roses vary in size, shape and color and have been around for over 5000 years.
The Gerbera Daisy comes from the Sunflower family.
Stocks have a clove-like sent.
Snapdragons are thought to have originated years ago in Spain and Italy.
The Liatris is a perennial, surviving the winter months.
A Solidago is commonly known as an Goldenrod.
Hydrangeas are the most diverse species of flowers in eastern Asia - specifically China, Japan and Korea.
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