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Thursday, 21 September 2017


Cineraria is now generally treated as a genus of about 50 species of flowering plants in the family Asteraceae, native to southern Africa. The genus includes herbaceous plants and small sub-shrubs. In the past, the genus was commonly viewed in a broader sense including a number of species from the Canary Islands and Madeira which are now transferred to the genus Pericallis, including the Florist's Cineraria (Pericallis x hybrida), seen here. The uses for Cineraria include topical application for the treatment of cataracts.

Celebrating the Vernal Equinox and the official arrival of Spring in the Southern Hemisphere!

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  1. Sweet colorful flowers.
    Thank you for hosting the linkup, dear Nick.
    Greetings, Nicole

  2. Hello Nick,
    great and colorful flowers, I love it!
    Have a nice weekend,

  3. Colorful flowers,very nice..

    Have a nice weekend, dear Nick.
    Greetings, Elke

  4. This year is the first time I have planted these...a friend gave them to me....I love them!

  5. Such a cheerful color mix! Happy spring to your part of the world. :D

  6. Nick, gorgeous. Thanks for sharing.

  7. Gorgeous colors Nick. Thank you very much for hosting and happy week.