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Sep 7, 2020
Cambridge agave seedlings shared after rare flowering plant dies - BBC News
Seedlings from Cambridge University Botanic Garden's giant agave that flowered after 57 years - and then died - have been left out to collect.The 4.5m (14.5ft) plant was cut down last week, after blooming last year.Staff collected seedlings, saying they wanted to "share the agave love".The agave vivipara flower "spike" appeared in June 2019 and grew so tall it almost reached the glasshouse roof.
It flowered for the first - and only - time after keeping gardeners waiting for more than half a century.Staff had been tending the agave, a native of central America and part of a family of plants from which tequila is made, since 1962 but the long-awaited flowers, which smelt like broccoli, were "not as pretty as people might expect", they said.
Agaves are generally referred to as "century plants" as they can take up to 100 years to flower and are monocarpic, which means t... Jun 19, 2020
Flowers and flour for Kate and William's royal visits in Norfolk - ITV News
Watch a video of the visit of the Duchess of Cambridge to a garden centre
The Duchess of Cambridge revealed the majority of her trips outside her home have been to shop for food, as she carried out her first public engagement since lockdown began.
Kate toured Fakenham Garden Centre near her Norfolk home of Anmer Hall yesterday and as a keen gardener wanted to learn how the coronavirus outbreak had affected the family-run independent business.
The Duchess of Cambridge visited a garden centre, The Duke a local bakery Credit: PA
The Duchess told owners Martin and Jennie Turner she loved visitng garden centres with her three children, Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis.
"They love it," she said with a smile, adding: "It's such a great space for
children and families to come to garden centres. I've been food shopping but I have to say I haven't been out a huge amount more but it's good and so important, now as things start to ease, people know they can go out and particularly to places like this."
In her first public engagement since lockdown, The Duchess chats to staff. Credit: PA
Kate also said she and William had found the social effects of the pandemic
unsettling: "When we do our food shopping we notice that everyone keeps their head down and it's hard for that social interaction."
She also revealed that George loved to play with Venus flytrap plants at garden centres... Mar 19, 2020
Central Square Florist offering free flowers to brighten up a dreary day of social distancing - Boston 25 News
So we’ve been everywhere this morning. Some went down to the Cambridge senior center where Food For Free is giving out food,” Levine said. "We’re also trying to bring them to local restaurants and shops that are open to support those businesses so we can promote them and say, ‘hey, there’s free flowers at Life Alive. There’s free flowers at Café Luna.’ And hopefully some people will go get some lunch at those places and get some flowers.” ... Mar 19, 2020
The Utterly Inessential Shopping List: Spring flowers, rugby shirts and sterling silver Marmite lids - Country Life
Whether you're Oxford or Cambridge, white or dark chocolate, or flowers or champagne (always both), you're sure to find something
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... Jan 4, 2020
Princess Charlotte Refusing to Give Her Flowers to a Royal Aide Is a Total Mood - HarpersBAZAAR.com
Princess Charlotte is a big fan of flowers. After the royal family attended their annual Christmas Day church service in Sandringham, the Cambridges met with members of the crowd who'd come out to greet them. Little royals Prince George and Princess Charlotte received several gifts from fans, including an inflatable pink flamingo.Charlotte also received an extra special present from a 6-year-old royal fan called James Heather, according to The Mirror. Heather's mother told the site that her son had been "starstruck" by the young princess. Per Heather's mom, "When they left the church, Kate came over and said, 'Are these for Charlotte?' and then James said 'Yes,' and handed them over... Charlotte looked really shy and coy, but you could tell she was happy and then she said 'thank you.'"The Mirror shared photos of Charlotte's reaction to being asked to give her flowers to a royal aide. Needless to say, she did not look impressed, and decided to keep hold of her gift.
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Charlotte received a lot of attention from well-wishers in the crowd, and seemed to be a natural when it came to meeting her fans. But no-one messes with Princess Charlotte's flowers, okay?
... Jan 4, 2020
Cambridge Botanical Garden's rare orchid finally flowers except it smells really bad - Cambridge News
A rare orchid which hardly ever flowers has finally bloomed, except it now smells like rotting cabbages. Gardeners at Cambridge University Botanical Garden (CUBFG) have spent this year trying to get their Bulbophyllum phalaenopsis orchid to flower. The tiny plant was wild collected in Papua New Guinea, and it's very rare to see it in flower in cultivation or outside its natural habitat.
Bulbophyllum phalaenopsis which has just flowered in CUBG's wet lands greenhouse
(Image: Howard Rice / CUBG)
But Christmas has come a little early for CUBG's greenhouse team as the plant has just come into bloom. The downside is however, that it absolutely stinks.
In the wild the plant's natural pollinators are carrion flies and beetles, insects that feed on rotting flesh. To attract them, the plant creates a similar smell. In fact it's been likened to "a herd of a thousand dead elephants" and is one of the most overpoweringly smelling plants ever. CUBG aren't newbies when it comes to smelly plants though, and you might remember when they had...