Close-up of a beautiful flower of Bouvardia 'Royal Edith'. Bouvardia belongs to the Madder family (Rubiaceae), and is, therefore, related to both the Coffee plant and the Gardenia. Bouvardia flowers are composed of slender tubes, topped by four petals in a cross-formation. Photo by Brian Johnston

Close-up of a beautiful flower of Bouvardia 'Royal Edith'. Bouvardia belongs to the Madder family (Rubiaceae), and is, therefore, related to both the Coffee plant and the Gardenia. Bouvardia flowers are composed of slender tubes, topped by four petals in a cross-formation. Photo by Brian Johnston

Close-up of a cluster of inflorescences of Bouvardia 'Royal Edith' with young flower buds and some flowers in bloom. Photo by Brian Johnston

Close-up of a cluster of inflorescences of Bouvardia 'Royal Edith' with young flower buds and some flowers in bloom. Photo by Brian Johnston

Close-up of flowers of Bouvardia 'Royal Edith' [Family: Rubiaceae].  Bouvardia flowers are composed of slender tubes, topped by four petals in a cross-formation. Photo by Brian Johnston

Close-up of flowers of Bouvardia 'Royal Edith' [Family: Rubiaceae]. Bouvardia flowers are composed of slender tubes, topped by four petals in a cross-formation. Photo by Brian Johnston

STEPHANOTIS VINE: 1) Aromatic 2) Blooms in summer 3) Quick growing 4) Vine can grow up to 18 feet requiring a trellis to grow upon 5) Keep in a bright spot but avoid direct sunlight

How to Care for Stephanotis

STEPHANOTIS VINE: 1) Aromatic 2) Blooms in summer 3) Quick growing 4) Vine can grow up to 18 feet requiring a trellis to grow upon 5) Keep in a bright spot but avoid direct sunlight

Bouvardia - Bouvardia is a shrub that blooms slender 3 ½ in. (9 cm.) long flowers with four petals. These flowers were named after Charles Bouvard, personal physician of Louis XIII and caretaker of the Royal Gardens in Paris. The flower is available in a range of colors and abundant during summer to early winter but can be found all year. Bouvardia are considered a symbol of enthusiasm and are frequently featured in wedding floral design. Photo credit: Undisclosed.

Bouvardia - Bouvardia is a shrub that blooms slender 3 ½ in. (9 cm.) long flowers with four petals. These flowers were named after Charles Bouvard, personal physician of Louis XIII and caretaker of the Royal Gardens in Paris. The flower is available in a range of colors and abundant during summer to early winter but can be found all year. Bouvardia are considered a symbol of enthusiasm and are frequently featured in wedding floral design. Photo credit: Undisclosed.

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