Rose Rose is one of the most beautiful of all flowers. It is a symbol of fragrance and loveliness. Its name calls to mind pictures of the sweetbrier, or wild rose, the loveliest wild flower of the country roadsides. No other flower has been mentioned so often by the poets of all ages and all countries. In the language of flowers its blossoms have always been the symbol of love. The rose has even played its part in history. In England, when the Houses of York and Lancaster were fighting for power, they chose white and red roses respectively for their emblems. The flowers gave their name to the War of the Roses. The rose is not limited to any one country, however. Its many species and varieties can be found throughout the Northern Hemisp All present-day roses are descendants of wild roses. We may doubt this if we compare a full-flowered cultivated bloom with a five-petaled swamp or prairie rose. But many wild-rose species tend to bear double bloomsflowers with more than five petals. A skillful gardener can select a wild rose plant that shows an occasional double blossom, give it and its descendants expert care for several years, and produce plants that consistently bear handsome double flowers.
Daisy Цветок ромашка привлекает внимание всех прохожих с его богатством.Завод ромашка является частью одного из крупнейших в мире семейство цветковых растений и ромашки на самом деле является комбинацией нескольких цветов собираются вместе, чтобы сформировать единую кучу цветов. Это плотное расположение малых цветов объединены в стволовых и может быть частью другой большой структуре цветы ромашки. Это сближение много цветов ромашки дает им композитный взгляд, из-за которой цветок ромашка в общем известны как сложноцветных.
Dandelion While many people think of the dandelion (Taraxacum officinale) as a pesky weed, herbalists consider it a valuable herb that can be used as a food and medicine. Dandelion is a rich source of vitamins as well as minerals such as iron, potassium, and zinc. Dandelion leaves are used to add flavor to salads, sandwiches, and teas. The roots are used in some coffee substitutes, and the flowers are used to make wines. Traditionally, dandelion roots and leaves were used to treat liver problems. Native Americans also boiled dandelion in water and took it to treat kidney disease, swelling, skin problems, heartburn, and upset stomach. In traditional Chinese medicine, dandelion has been used to treat stomach problems, appendicitis, and breast problems. In Europe, it was used in remedies for fever, boils, eye problems, diabetes, and diarrhea.