Blush bloom

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Blush Bloom
Description:The solid yellow center of this flower spans approximately half a thum in diameter. Twelve thin, white petals variegated with pinks and red circle the flower head, and each plant can boast up to twenty of these flowers. The thin white petals are sometimes found gently folded over the their yellow centers, giving the flowers the appearance of large, white tear drops sitting on sturdy green stems.

Hirithel's Gardener's Guide

On observing the blush bloom plant, one might take notice of the long jagged leaves that are found clustered just above the roots. It is these leaves and their large surface area that enable enough sunlight to be collected to produce the multitude of flowers present on each individual plant. Blush blooms that are allowed only partial sunlight to the leaves often yield only a few blossoms, if any at all.

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