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    Default Ganga farma!

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    Probably the Lotus because it represents inner and outer peace and because of how beautiful it is.
    Also the Bauhinia blakeana (National Flower of Hong Kong) is one of my favorites.

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    red poppy
    lily of the valley
    certain varieties of tobacco flower are great, too! (and peonies, orchids, sunflowers, cherry blossoms, lotuses..)
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    wails from the crypt.

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    Beautiful. Hawaii's State Flower

    I always found Hawaii so beautiful and i feel this flower has earned it's title as it's state flower. It's so exotic and enchanting .

    Woah Those Lily of the Valley are so cute demimondaine.
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    This is an interesting discussion. thank you for sharing
    That's pretty good.

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    Lilies... Esp water lilies... something about them is ethereal and dreamy.. I think this is why they are closely associated with death and transition!
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    Blue Bonnets

    They're sentimental.

    Some of my earliest memories, when my mother was still alive, were walking with her in fields of Blue Bonnets.



    Mmm.
    Is it that by its indefiniteness it shadows forth the heartless voids and immensities of the universe, and thus stabs us from behind with the thought of annihilation, when beholding the white depths of the milky way?

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    Quote Originally Posted by OneWithSoul View Post
    Blue Bonnets

    They're sentimental.

    Some of my earliest memories, when my mother was still alive, were walking with her in fields of Blue Bonnets.



    Mmm.

    That's beautiful OneWithSoul.
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