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Flower Images for Desktop Background

A beautiful collection of flower background images for download and sharing online. These flower background images are categorized under the tag "Desktop Backgrounds". Browse through these beautiful collection of flower background wallpapers and select the best ones to set as your desktop backgrounds and laptop backgrounds or as your smartphone wallpapers and spread beauty and serenity to all.

    Tulips have an intricate history starting in 500 BC. The flower symbolized immortality, life and love. In the Seventeenth Century the bulbs of tulips were worth more than precious metals like gold.
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    It is said that carnations first grew from Mother Mary’s tears seeing Jesus carrying the cross to cavalry.
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    A red rose held in hand is a symbol of socialism or social democracy.
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    Daffodils are believed to have earned their name from the word asphodel (genus of perennial plants native to western, southern and central Europe) and the Dutch article “de affodil”. Another widely known name for them is Narcissus.
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    Daisy is a ‘two in one’ flower i.e. white petals peripherally and tiny yellow disc petals that form the eye.
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    Excellent flower background images not only to use as your mobile or desktop background but also to share with your loved ones to spread the love. Feel happy to download and share an image from this collection with your friends, family, and other loved ones via digital media platforms.

    Sunflower oil is widely used for cooking while its seeds are used as snack.
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    The English name of dandelion is derived from the French dent de lion which means “lions tooth” due to it coarsely toothed leaves.
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    Fabric made from fibers of lotus plant is used in Myanmar for making robes of Buddha. According to old legend, lotus flowers bloomed everywhere that lord Buddha walked.
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    A sacred flower and symbol of resurrection in Egypt, this flower which grows in marsh and damp wetlands, has a property to stay dormant in times of drought and to blossom again when water returns.
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    Tulips can grow at a rate of 1 inch per day even after being cut.
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