FLOWERS 101: Lisianthus / Eustoma 'Eustoma is named after the Greek words eu, which means beautiful, and stoma, which means mouth. Lisianthus on the other hand comes from the Greek words lysis, meaning dissolution, and anthos, which means flower.'

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FLOWERS 101: Kangaroo Paw 'These perennial plants are noted for their unique bird attracting flowers. The tubular flowers are coated with dense hairs and open at the apex with six claw-like structures: from this paw formation the common name "Kangaroo Paw" is derived.'

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FLOWERS 101: Veronica 'Veronica, also called Speedwell, is a carefree and easy-to-grow perennial with long spikes of small petals in purple, blue, pink, or white.'

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FLOWERS 101: 'Agapanthus' The name is derived from scientific Greek: αγάπη (agape) = love, άνθος (anthos) = flower.

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The pink hydrangea has risen in popularity all over the world, but especially in Asia. Pink hydrangeas have many different meanings, but generally mean, "You are the beat of my heart," as described by the celebrated Asian florist Tan Jun Yong, where he was quoted saying, "The light delicate blush of the petals reminds me of a beating heart, while the size could only match the heart of the sender!"

FLOWERS 101: Cherry Brandy Roses 'Cherry Brandy roses are loved for their bi-colored blooms that are bright fuchsia on the outside and sunny yellow on the inside.'

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