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flowers of egypt

 GermanSternblume English Egyptian Starcluster, Star flower   Latin Pentas Lanceolata
German Losstrauch
Latin Strelitzia reginaeصبار البراميل الذهبى
عرف الديك

English Red clerodendrum, pagoda-flower
Latin Clerodendrum buchananii var. fallax

لانتانا كامارا
German Wandelröschen
English Spanish Flag, West Indian Lantana
Latin Lantana camara

زهورالشنجار او خس الحمارGerman Alkanna tinctoria
English Alkanet
Latin Alkanna tinctoria


 الزهره..النيلة الزرقاء
German Indigo
English Indigo
Latin Indigofera tinctoria ( blue colour in ancient egypt)

ست الحسن
German Kairowinde
English Morning Glory; Cairo Morning Glory
Latin Ipomoea cairica; Ipomaea palmate


German Brandschopf
English Cockscombs; Woolflowers
Latin Celosia argentea
varieties
مكبس C. childsii plumosa

الأبيض C. argentea

الأحمر أو القرمزي C. cristata

الهرمي C. pyramedlis
 

 قطيفة
German Studentenblume; Sammetblume
English African marigold
Latin Tagetes marigold; Tagetes erecta-Tagetes marigold
أهم الأصناف varieties

أزهار ذهبية T.erecta

أزهار برتقالية T.Lucide

الأزهار صفراء برتقالية T.signata pumila

يختلف لون الأزهار من الأصفر إلى الأحمر T. patula


German Hibiskus; Chinesische Rose
English Hibiscus; China rose
Latin Hibiscus rosa-sinensis
.الفل أو الياسمين العربي أو الفل المجوز
German Arabischer Jasmin
English Arabian jasmine
Latin Jasminum sambac

 البليس أو الاقحوان أو زهرة الربيع

German Margerite; Wiesen-Margerite
English White daisy; oxeye daisy
Latin Leucanthemum vulgare


 الياسمين الهندى
German Westindische Frangipani
English Indian jasmine; Wild Frangipani
Latin Plumeria alba.

 الياسمين الافريقي
German Orangenjasmin ; Orangenraute
English Orange Jasmine; Chinese Box
Latin Murraya paniculata; Murraya exotica

الياسمين الهندى الاحمر German Rote Frangipani
English Red Frangipani; Plumeria
Latin Plumeria rubra

 الياسمين الشائع
German Echter Jasmin
English Common Jasmine
Latin Jasminum officinale

الزنبقة أو الكالا
German Äthiopische Zimmerkalla
English Lily of the Nile
Latin Zantedeschia aethiopica

 الكالونا أو سمك البقلة
German Besenheide; Heidekraut
English Calluna; Heather
Latin Calluna vulgaris
 
 الأستر أو الأسترالنجمية
German Korbblütler; Köpfchenblütler; Compositae
English Aster; Daisy; Sunflower; Starworts; Compositae
Latin Asteraceae

 الاشرعة البيضاء سباثيفيليوم
German Friedenslilie; Blattfahne
English Peace Lilies; Spath
Latin Spathiphyllum

. ازهار البيتونيا
German Petunien; Trichterblumen
English Petunia
Latin Petunia

 سسترم
German Roter Hammerstrauch
English Butterfly Flower; Pink Cestrum
Latin Cestrum elegans

 الجاردنيا
German Gardenie
English Gardenia; cape jasmine
Latin Gardenia jasminoides


.Nasser Abdel Monem الفيتونيا-فيتونيا جلد الحية
German Fittonien; Silbernetzblätter
English Fittonia; Nerve Plant; Mosaic Plant
Latin Fittonia verschaffeltii

. أكاليفة أو حرامي الذيل أو برط
German Katzenschwänzchen; Raues Nesselblatt
English Copperleaf, Fire-dragon, Jacob's-coat
Latin Acalypha wilkesiana

Géranium =Pelargonium graveolens


إبرة الراعي أو العرنوق أو الجرانيوم

German Blutroter Storchschnabel
English Bloody Cranesbill ; Bloody Geranium
Latin Geranium sanguineum
 البانسيه
German Stiefmütterchen
English Pansy;Wittrock's Violet     -Latin Viola wittrockiana

عصفور الجنة

German Paradiesvogelblume; Königs-Strelitzie
English Bird of Paradise; Crane Flower
German Goldkugelkaktus; Schwiegermutterstuhl
English Golden Barrel Cactus; Golden Ball; Mother-in-Law's Cushion
Latin Echinocactus grusonii

German Efeutute
English Pothos; Devil's Ivy; Marble Queen
Latin Epipremnum aureum; Scindapsus aureus; Pothos aureus


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الكاميليا
German Kamelie
English Japanese Camellia; Rose of winter
Latin Camellia japonica
German Wildes Stiefmütterchen; Mädchenaugen
English Wild Pansy; Heartsease
Latin Viola tricolor











البنفسج الشائع
German Veilchen; Duftveilchen
English Violet
Latin Viola odorata


العطر البلدى (إحدى أصناف الجارونيGerman Zitronen-Geranie
English Geraniums; storksbills
Latin Pelargonium graveolens 































 
نبات أبو خنجر
German Kapuzinerkresse
English Garden Nasturtium; Indian Cress; Monks Cress
Latin Tropaeolum majus

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