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    • Zinnias

    • Flowers; Gardens; Plants
    • Multi-colored zinnias are popular garden flowers with vibrant hues that attract butterflies.
    • Yellow Pansy

    • Flowers; Gardens; Pansies; Plants
    • Viola wittrockiana, "pansy," has vivid colors appearing on the five petals.
    • Yellow Magnolias

    • Flowers; Gardens; Trees; Magnolias; Plants
    • Yellow Daphne magnolia has long lasting flowers that appear well above the leaves.
    • Wisteria

    • Flowers; Gardens; Vines; Plants
    • Wisteria floribunda, "Japanese wisteria," blooms in early spring and can be an invasive plant.
    • White Water Lily

    • Flowers; Gardens; Lilies; Plants
    • Nymphaea candida, "water lily," is an aquatic plant with floating leaves and fragrant flowers.
    • White Petunia

    • Flowers; Gardens; Plants
    • White and purple petunia has funnel shaped petals. The plant originated in South America.
    • White Magnolias

    • Flowers; Gardens; Trees; Magnolias; Plants
    • Magnolia stellata, "Royal star magnolia," is a slow growing shrub with delicate star shaped blooms.
    • White Daisy

    • Flowers; Gardens; Daisies; Plants
    • Leucanthemum, "Shasta daisy," is a classic flower that is also known as Chrysanthemum maximum.
    • White Daisy

    • Flowers; Gardens; Daisies; Plants
    • Asteraceae, "white daisy," is a flower that thrives in temperate climates.
    • White Camellia

    • Flowers; Gardens; Shrubs; Plants
    • Camellia japonica, "Japanese camellia," is a flowering shrub that is a member of the tea family.
    • Sweet Coneflower

    • Flowers; Gardens; Plants
    • Rudbeckia subtomentosa, "sweet coneflower," is a perennial with yellow petals and reddish brown central cone.
    • Spider Lily

    • Flowers; Gardens; Lilies; Plants
    • Lycoris radiata, "spider lily," is a plant in the amaryllis family that tolerates heat and humidity.
    • Red Poppy

    • Flowers; Gardens; Poppies; Plants
    • Papaver, red "poppy," is cultivated extensively in Asia and is a source of opium.

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