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Buds – Where it all starts!

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As part of Macro photography, here our author has made an educative photo story on flower buds. Coupled with he has explained the importance of flower buds.

“Therein, change of buds into flowers makes great change in nature”

Every great day has great story happened on the planet when someone decided not to give up.

Macro flower buds of many plants have an awesome look that we have not yet seen or not noticed in our life. Especially in cold climates, the buds start to bloom with dewdrops of refreshment. The flower buds are protected by a covering of modified leaves like a baby in the mother’s womb, the small buds bloom out from the starting stage of opening petals and then buds are piped out to the world.

Food and Shelter

A top end of a stem in lateral buds is found on the side. Moreover, the buds cover the insects more and more, they feed the food for insects like Honey Bee, Butterflies, etc… Some buds are the hideouts of small insects.

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Lavandulifolia Flowers: are blooming everyday, but sometimes the opening buds speaks more
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Wood Aves: is a perennial plant in the rose family. which grows in shady places having five bright yellow petals. Since, the flowers are scented and pollinated by bees. The root is used as a spice in soups and also for flavoring, in some cases it is used for treatment
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Hibiscus Plants: are colorful flowers. This flower makes decorative addition to a home and garden, they also have medicinal value. The flowers and leaves can be made into liquid extracts that can help treat a variety of health conditions.
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Foxglove Plants: are used to create a group of medicines, they are called Digitalis
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Crimson Ray: (Hibiscus) flowers are large conspicuous trumpet-shaped with five or more petals, color from white to pink, red, yellow or purple
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Balinese Flowers: yield no nectar, simply trick their pollinators. The moths inadvertently pollinate them by transferring pollen from flower to flower in their fruitless search for nectar.
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Euphorbia Milii: has a crown of thorns in Christ plant or Christ thorn is a species of flowering plant in the spurge family Euphorbiaciae
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Bougainvillea: are popular ornamental plants in most areas with warm climates. Its long arching thorny branches bear heart-shaped leaves and masses of papery bracts in white, pink, orange, purple, and burgundy

Pranesh, Coimbatore, Tamilnadu, India

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