Did you know…


… that double-flowered mutants (pictured) were first documented over two thousand years ago by Theophrastus and are found in many popular flower varieties — including carnations, camellias, and most roses?

I made this new wikipedia article in the last couple days and have submitted it to the Did you know
project for display on the main page.

3 thoughts on “Did you know…

  1. flyingcolors.typepad.com

    I just had to leave you a message because I came across your “flower development image” on Wikipedia and was intrigued by the wonderful graphic. Very nice!
    I’m an artist / graphic designer very much into plants.
    Check my blog, will be on Etsy soon also.
    Thanks for your picture! Best regards, Lisa


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