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protea comes in beautiful muted pink and red and white and is great for adding an unusual and tropical touch to you winter wedding flowers. Usually available in January but not totally reliable.

A Passion for Flowers

As February comes to a close, we pause for a moment to reflect on the gorgeous bounty of blooms that were harvested during the month. February is all about flowers and love, with Valentine’s Day being a special day to give and enjoy these true gifts of nature. Every flower and leaf harvested is a form of “Art in Bloom”, an art we strive to capture in our photographs and share with you. So now we begin what will become a monthly blog called “Art in Bloom”, a perfect way for us to share our…

Resendiz Brothers Protea Growers LLC was etablished in 1999 with a passion for growing exotic South African and Australian flowers.

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Protea Pink Mink - Pink flowers with black feathered edges. Long flowering period and easy to grow.

Antique Leather Chairs

For any home the presence of an antique leather chair accentuates the space with the level of class and style. Our antique leather chairs are very well made, and the leather is tanned to perfection in several different colors and hand stitched. They will make a wonderful accent piece or usable seating option and any home with any décor. See collection for more details

Named after the Greek God Proteus, these are the best known of the Protea family. Another 82 types of Protea are found in South Africa (mainly in the Cape … Continued

Protea Flower 22 - Decoratoo

King White Protea (Protea cynaroides) - Photo by Mal & Cathy Amazing Flowers, Flower Garden, Trees To Plant, Wonderful Flowers, Unusual Flowers, Plants, Rare Flowers, Planting Flowers, Tropical Flowers

King White Protea (Cynaroides)

This is supposed to flower in Spring/Summer. I live south coast New South Wales & we are into Autumn

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Protea - From South Africa

Protea wedding flowers

Protea 'Andrea' and 'Pink Duke'

Protea

Protea speciosa native to South Africa ~ U. Botanical Gardens, Berkeley, CA Beautiful Flowers, Fynbos, Amazing Flowers, Shade Plants, Trees To Plant, Plants, Cacti And Succulents, Planting Flowers, Botanical Gardens

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Best viewed @ large size Proteaceae - South Africa: Cape Peninsula to Bredasdorp Mountain Brown-beard Sugarbush Shown: Foliage and inflorescence; P. speciosa is an upright shrub to 1.5 m "Protea...is both the botanical name and the English common name of a genus of South African flowering plants, sometimes also called sugarbushes (Afrikaans: suikerbos). "The genus Protea was named in 1735 by Carl Linnaeus after the Greek god Proteus, who could change his form at will, because proteas have…

An abundance of stunning deep pink flowers and bright green foliage makes this a very attractive protea plant.

Rectangular Chandelier

A rectangular chandelier is a splendid way to light up your life and your dinig table. The rectangular shape allow you to illuminate a larger oval shaped or rectangular dining table with ease. From more simple styles to the more decatant, there are some many different styles in this collection that you will surely come across the perfect lighting solution to add to your home.

Decorating a protea – Prefering fynbos, aloe and protea covered hills, it’s no surprise to have found this malachite sunbird (Nectarinia famosa) feeding on a beautiful protea in the grounds of the Hugenot memorial in Franschoek, South Africa.

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Protea 'Special Pink Ice' [Family: Proteaceae] - The hardiest of all proteas, is well suited to low maintenance, low water use gardens. Spectacular flowers, fresh or dried.

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Named after the Greek God Proteus, these are the best known of the Protea family. Another 82 types of Protea are found in South Africa (mainly in the Cape … Continued

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