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Flowers in UK biome begin blooming

by webdev

March 14, 2011

The famous Mediterranean Biome in Britain, which houses flowers from the temperate regions from around the globe, has recently started to see the vibrant and beautiful colors of all the unique buds that are planted there, according to The Telegraph.

Many are sure to visit the facility and want to send exotic flowers & bouquets to loved ones to celebrate all of the different plants there. From the Aloe ferox, with its calm, buttery yellow petals, to the six-foot-tall Arum Lillies, there are sure to be buds that appeal to everyone.

Another notable blossom is the King Protea, which is the national flower of South Africa. It sports pinks and yellows on saucer-shaped petals that are sure to mark a contrast to the dull grays of winter.

"This has been the longest, hardest, coldest winter any of us can remember and it is an incredible tonic to see all this color and life coming back to the garden, both inside the Biome and across the whole site," biome supervisor Catherine Cutler told the news source.

The biome is part of the Eden Project. This unique venture was established in Cornwall in an abandoned clay mine as a way for visitors to experience a global garden that offers beauty, education and nature in one experience, according to the organization's website.

 

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