Candytuft, also known as Iberis, are made up of annuals, perennials and subshrubs. These flowering plants product pretty flowers that look great individually and look amazing in bunches. Candytuft flowers look beautiful in flowerbeds and flower gardens or along walkways. The most common colors of Candytuft are white, pink and purple.
Here are some pictures of Candytuft flowers:
This is a close up of an individual white Candytuft flower so you can see what they look like up close.
Here’s a picture of a walkway surrounded by white Candytuft flowers.
Here is a close up of a purple Candytuft flower.
Here are some pretty pink Candytuft flowers in full bloom.
Here are some more beautiful purple Candytuft flowers.
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The artichoke thistle, (also called cardoon, cardoni, or cardi), is a spiny thistle flower of the sunflower family. The artichoke thistle is typically about head high, but sometimes taller, and it is crowned by a cluster of bright purple thistles. Yes, the artichoke part is edible, and yes, this is a perennial flower. Here are some pictures of artichoke thistle flowers.
Here’s a close up picture of an artichoke thistle flower being pollinated by a bee.
Here’s a photo of artichoke thistle flowers growing in the wild.
Here’s a beautiful close up picture of an artichoke thistle bloom.
Here’s a photo of artichoke thistles used for an urban landscape.
Here’s one last photo of a purple cardone.
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