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Chad Kremp
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VP of Sales for Kremp.com, Flower and Gardening enthusiast
VP of Sales for Kremp.com, Flower and Gardening enthusiast

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This is Gloriosa superba, also called the Fire Lily or Flame Lily. You can see why! Doesn't it look like a campfire?!
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This is great! Ha ha!

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Borago officinalis, also known as "borage" or "starflower," is an annual herb that is often commercially cultivated for its seed oil, a good source of gamma-linolenic acid. The flower has a sweet taste like honey. :)
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INCREDIBLE, right!? Cornus florida sub. urbiniana is a rare Mexican dogwood sometimes called "Magic Dogwood." :)
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This photo is just incredible, isn't it?! :) :)

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Don't be spooked! Believe it or not, this is NOT a spider! This is a flower, Bartholina burmanniana, also sometimes called the Spider Orchid. :)
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It's not Throwback Thursday yet, but here's Bill Nye the Science Guy's episode on Flowers! Ha ha! Definitely worth a watch!

Bill Nye The Science Guy - Flowers (Full Episode)

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Why are they called that? 8 Flowers With The CRAZIEST Names You’ve Ever Heard (And How They Got Them) | http://www.kremp.com/blog/flowers/8-flowers-with-the-craziest-names-youve-ever-heard-and-how-they-got-them/

Hooker's Lips, Red Hot Pokers, Eyeball Plants, and MUCH more!
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This is a real flower: Trichosanthes cucumerina. It is the flower of the snake gourd plant. Almost looks like what you might get if you crossed a flower with a fancy lace doily, doesn't it? ;)
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