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flowerc bloem
anemonec anemoon
aspidistrac aspidistra
asterc aster
azaleac azalea
begoniac begonia
bluebellc wilde hyacint
carnationc anjer
chrysanthemumc chrysant
cowslipc sleutelbloem
cyclamenc cyclaam, c cyclamen, n alpenviooltje
daffodilc gele narcis
dahliac dahlia
daisyn madeliefje
dandelionc paardebloem
delphiniumc ridderspoor
digitalisn vingerhoedskruid
foxgloven vingerhoedskruid
freesiac freesia
fuchsiac fuchsia
gardeniac gardenia
geraniumc geranium
gillyflowerc anjer, c muurbloem
gladiolusc gladiool
gloxiniac gloxinia
hyacinthc hyacint
hydrangeac hortensia
irisc iris
lilacc sering
lilyc lelie
lupinec lupine
marigoldc goudsbloem
  • african marigold
  • n afrikaantje
    narcissusc narcis
    nasturtiumc oostindische kers, c waterkers
    orchidc orchidee
    pelargoniumc geranium
    petuniac petunia
    poppyc papaver
  • corn poppy
  • c klaproos
  • field poppy
  • c klaproos
    primrosec sleutelbloem
    primulac primula
    rhododendronc rododendron
    rosec roos
    snapdragonc leeuwebek
    snowdropc sneeuwklokje
    sun flowerc zonnebloem
    thistlec distel
    tulipc tulp
    violetn viooltje, n violet
    wistariac blauwe regen
    zinniac zinnia
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