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Muppet

Up to date as of February 02, 2010

From Muppet Wiki

A group of Flowers appeared in episode 401 of The Muppet Show, and sang "Good Day Sunshine" in episode 522. Similar flowers make up part of the chorus of "Zip-a-Dee-Doo-Dah" in episode 420.

They also appeared amongst a much larger variety of other flowers in Julie Andrews: One Step Into Spring for the number, "Hurry, It's Lovely Up Here."

One of the flowers appeared in Mopatop's Shop as Grace the Delphinium, and was also referred to in the episode "Trouble with a Puddle" as "a flower called Shelly".

More flowers

See also

  • "Flowers", Mopatop's Shop episode

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GTA

Up to date as of February 09, 2010

From Grand Theft Wiki

Flowers in a hand

Flowers are an item found in Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas that are classified as weapons within the game. Flowers are placed in Slot 11 in the weapons inventory. The flowers can be used as a weapon by Carl Johnson, inflicting slightly more damage than regular fist fighting. Whilst carrying flowers in the weapon inventory, Carl's sex appeal level rises. Flowers can be given to Carl's various girlfriends as a gift. Giving flowers to girlfriends help CJ to achieve success points. When using the flowers to strike a gas pump, it WILL blow up the gas pump in the gas station.

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Los Santos

Whetstone

Flint County

  • Behind the 69 Gas Station in the south of Flint County
  • At the end of a hairpin turn north of the Flint Intersection
  • In front of the gas station next to the RS Haul depot
  • On the Flint Intersection close to Los Santos

San Fierro

Tierra Robada

  • In front of the large house in the north of Bayside
  • By a home along a dirt road on the hill west of El Quebrados
  • Behind the Xoomer Gas Station in El Quebrados
  • In front of the plaque on the west side of Sherman Dam

Bone County

Las Venturas

  • In front of the home with a yellow garage door northeast of the main entrance to the Yellow Bell Golf Course in Prickle Pine
  • In the front yard of a home directly across the alley east of the Redsands West Safehouse in Redsands West
  • In between gas pumps at the Xoomer Gas Station in the Emerald Isle Casino
  • In front of the Wedding Tackle shop close to the Emerald Isle casino in Julius Thruway North
  • By a light pole in the middle of the thruway close to the southeastern Xoomer Gas Station in Julius Thruway East
  • East end of the Royale Casino main building in Royal Casino
  • In the front yard of houses southeast of the Last Dime Motel in Rockshore West
  • West side of the wedding chapel in southeast Las Venturas
  • At the Xoomer Gas Station in southeast Las Venturas

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Lostpedia

Up to date as of February 07, 2010
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From Lostpedia

The Island is home to a wide variety of plants. They have figured directly into the storyline of Lost on several occasions.

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Trees

Christian Shephard stands near a tree.

Shrubs

Flowers

Eko talks to Yemi in the field of Anthuriums. ("The Cost of Living")

Medicinal plants

  • Sun created a garden. ("Hearts and Minds")
    • Sun created a plant remedy of crushed eucalyptus leaves to help Shannon overcome an asthma attack. ("Confidence Man")
    • A notable plant in Sun's garden is the Aloe vera. Sun used aloe plants like toothpaste ("Walkabout") and to treat rashes. ("Solitary") Eko treated cuts with aloe leaves ("...And Found") and Jack applied them on Juliet's mark. Aloe vera, also known as the medicinal aloe, is a species of succulent plant that probably originated in Northern Africa. Aloe vera grows in arid climates and is widely distributed in Africa and other arid areas. The species is frequently cited as being used in herbal medicine. There have been many scientific studies of the use aloe vera, some of it conflicting. Despite these limitations, there is some preliminary evidence that Aloe vera extracts may be useful in the treatment of diabetes and elevated blood lipids in humans. These positive effects are thought to be due to the presence of compounds such as polysaccharides, mannans, anthraquinones and lectins. Also cures falling hair and wounds.("Stranger in a Strange Land")
  • Locke's drug that he used to send Boone into a hallucinogenic state was derived from plants. ("Hearts and Minds")

Vegetables

  • In 1977, Juliet prepared a meal using carrots, peppers, cucumbers, eggplants, mushrooms, tomatoes, and lettuce. ("LaFleur")

Building material

Weaponry

See also


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Recipes

Up to date as of February 13, 2010

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Edible Flowers that are used as a garnish or as an integral part of a dish, such as a salad. Not all flowers are edible. Those that are must usually be purchased from specialty produce markets or supermarkets that carry gourmet produce. They can be stored, tightly wrapped, in the refrigerator up to a week. Flowers that have been sprayed with pesticides (such as those found at florists') should never be eaten.

Some of the more popular edible flowers are: the peppery-flavored nasturtiums; chive blossoms, which taste like a mild, sweet onion; pansies and violets, both with a flavor reminiscent of grapes; and perfumy, sweet roses. Other edible flowers include: almond, apple, borage, chamomile, lavender, lemon, lovage, mimosa, orange, peach, plum and squash blossoms, chrysanthemums, daisies, geraniums, jasmine, geraniums, marigolds, and violets.

Edible flowers may be used culinarily in a variety of ways. They make colorful, striking garnishes for drinks as well as food-for everything from salads to soups to desserts. Some of the larger flowers such as squash blossoms can be stuffed and deep-fried.

The culinary use of flowers dates back thousands of years with the first recorded mention being in 140 B.C. Many different cultures have incorporated flowers into their traditional foods.

Oriental dishes make use of daylily buds and the Romans used mallow, rose and violets. Italian and Hispanic cultures gave us stuffed squash blossoms and Asian Indians use rose petals in many recipes.

Chartreuse, a classic green liqueur developed in France in the seventeeth century, boasts carnation petals as one of its secret ingredients. And dandelions were one of the bitter herbs referred to in the Old Testament of the Bible. Today there is a resurgence of interest in edible flowers. Are all flowers that aren't poisonous edible? Definitely not. Listed below are ten simple rules to follow before sampling flowers.

1. Eat flowers only when you are positive they are edible.If uncertain consult a good reference book on edible flowers prior to consumption.

2. Just because flowers are served with food does not mean they are edible. It's easy and very attractive to use flowers for garnish on plates or for decoration but avoid using non- edible flowers this way. Many people believe that anything on the plate can be eaten. They may not know if the flower is edible or not and may be afraid to ask.

3. If pesticides are necessary, use only those products labeled for use on edible crops.

4. Don't eat flowers from florists, nurseries or garden centers. In many cases these flowers have been treated with pesticides not labeled for food crops.

5. Don't eat flowers picked from the side of the road. Once again possible herbicide use eliminates these flowers as a possibility for use.

6. Remove pistils and stamens from flowers before eating. Eat only the flower petals for most flowers.

7. Different flavors occur in plants when grown in different locations because of soil types, fertilization and culture. Environmental conditions play a big role as well. What has excellent flavor at one time may taste different at the end of the season or the next year.

8. Introduce flowers into your diet in small quantities one species at a time. Too much of a good thing may cause problems for your digestive system.

9. If you have allergies introduce edible flowers gradually as they may aggravate some allergies.

10. Collect flowers at the optimum time. Pick fully open flowers in the cool of the day.

Flowers that are not fully open (unless buds are desired) or those starting to wilt should be avoided.


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Runescape

Up to date as of February 07, 2010

From the RuneScape Wiki, the wiki for all things RuneScape

This article is about the wieldable flowers. For flowers from the Trouble Brewing minigame, see Red flowers.
This article is about the wieldable flowers. For flowers from the Trouble Brewing minigame, see Blue flowers.
Flowers in various colours
Common sight of many flowers planted in one place at once

Flowers are harvested after planting mithril seeds, which are obtained after completing the Waterfall Quest and can also be bought in the Legends' Guild.

The primary colour combinations can be bought from the Flower Girl on Miscellania for 15 coins each. Flowers grow in many assorted colours with black and white being the rarest and the primary colours being the most common. The Trollweiss is a flower obtained during Troll Romance and is a light blue colour. The Trollweiss gives the same bonuses as the other flowers and may be wielded as well.

When planting the mithril seeds, players have an option to either pick the flowers to obtain the item, or to let them grow. Flowers that are left to grow will stay on the ground temporarily, for around five minutes.

Picked flowers can be wielded in the Weapon Slot, and are classified as a fun weapon in the Duel Arena because it gives the wielding player a negative Strength bonus.

Bonuses
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A row of players wielding flowers.
A row of players wielding flowers.
  Attack bonus  
Stab Slash Crush Magic Ranged
-100 -100 -50 0 0
  Defence bonus  
Stab Slash Crush Magic Ranged Summoning
0 0 0 0 0 0
Other bonuses
Strength Ranged Strength Prayer Magic Damage (%)
-10 0 0 0%

Types of flowers

  • Red flowers are used in Summoning as a tertiary ingredient for infusing Praying mantis pouches and currently sell for around 2,664 coins each.
  • Historically, growing flowers was a good way to make profit. However the prices of flowers dropped significantly after the advent of the Grand Exchange. Before the Grand Exchange was introduced, black and white flowers were sold for around 100,000 coins each.
Icon Item Price Direction Low Alch High Alch Store Details Days Last updated
Flowers (pastel) Flowers (pastel) 30
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Flowers (red) Flowers (red) 2,664
60 15 view edit graph 0 3:45, 4 February 2010 (UTC)
Flowers (blue) Flowers (blue) 261
view edit graph 0 3:45, 4 February 2010 (UTC)
Flowers (yellow) Flowers (yellow) 39
view edit graph 0 3:45, 4 February 2010 (UTC)
Flowers (purple) Flowers (purple) 147
view edit graph 0 3:45, 4 February 2010 (UTC)
Flowers (orange) Flowers (orange) 38
view edit graph 0 3:45, 4 February 2010 (UTC)
Flowers (mixed) Flowers (mixed) 37
15 gp view edit graph 0 3:45, 4 February 2010 (UTC)
Flowers (white) Flowers (white) 156,500
view edit graph 0 3:45, 4 February 2010 (UTC)
Flowers (black) Flowers (black) 49,900
60 view edit graph 0 3:45, 4 February 2010 (UTC)

Trivia

  • Romeo, the protagonist in the Romeo & Juliet quest, wields flowers.
  • Flowers have the same attack style as warhammers, but flowers are not recommended for combat because they have negative Attack bonuses.
  • Players can also receive flowers from selecting the 'Gamble' option when choosing rewards from the Soul Wars minigame, and possibly receive 9 flowers.

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SWG Wiki

Up to date as of February 04, 2010

From SWG Wiki

Flowers are a type of fruit.

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Resource DR FL PE OQ
Flowers 1-1000 1-1000 1-700 1-1000
Corellia flower fruit 1-1000 1-1000 1-700 1-1000
Dantooine flower fruit 1-1000 1-1000 1-700 1-1000
Dathomirian flower fruit 1-1000 1-1000 1-700 1-1000
Endorian flower fruit 1-1000 1-1000 1-700 1-1000
Kashyyykian flower fruit 1-1000 1-1000 1-700 1-1000
Lokian flower fruit 1-1000 1-1000 1-700 1-1000
Mustafarian flower fruit 1-1000 1-1000 1-700 1-1000
Nabooian flower fruit 1-1000 1-1000 1-700 1-1000
Rori flower fruit 1-1000 1-1000 1-700 1-1000
Talusian flower fruit 1-1000 1-1000 1-700 1-1000
Tatooinian flower fruit 1-1000 1-1000 1-700 1-1000
Yavinian flower fruit 1-1000 1-1000 1-700 1-1000

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Tibia

Up to date as of February 05, 2010

From TibiaWiki

Flowers are mostly found on gardens. Some are more common, others are just rare to see around. Here's a short list of them:

Flowers

Name Walkable Attributes Notes
Bees Ballroom Image:Bees Ballroom.gif no You can't move/take it. It attracts all kind of insects including bees. It is quoted in this book.
Blooming Griffinclaw Image:Blooming Griffinclaw.gif no You can't move/take it. See also:
Dry Griffinclaw
Crane Plant Image:Crane Plant.gif no You can't move/take it. A rather pompous plant, named after its discoverer Malcom Crane. It is quoted in this book.
Dawn Singer Image:Dawn Singer.gif yes You can't move/take it. It opens it's blossom in the morning, but emanates an awful odour. It is quoted in this book.
Devil's Tongue Flower Image:Devil's Tongue Flower.gif no You can't move/take it. It's leaves give in a dried state a specie, quite a big plant. It is quoted in this book.
Dew Kisser Flower Image:Dew Kisser Flower.gif yes You can't move/take it. Small and common flower.
Dragons Nest Tree Image:Dragons Nest Tree.gif no You can't move/take it. It isn't a real tree and has nothing to do with dragons. It is quoted in this book.
Dry Griffinclaw Image:Dry Griffinclaw.gif no You can't move it or pick it up. See also:
Blooming Griffinclaw
Fairy Queen Image:Fairy Queen.gif no You can't move/take it. One of the most beautiful plants of the world, but very expensive to grow so only royalties can afford to grow it. It is quoted in this book.
Giant Jungle Rose Image:Giant Jungle Rose.gif no You can't move/take it. It is an enormous rose.
See also:
Jungle Rose
Gold Blossom Image:Gold Blossom.gif yes You can't move/take it. A somewhat rare flower.
Heaven Blossoms Image:Heaven Blossoms.gif yes You can't move/take it. Very common; not pickable.
Jungle Bells Plant Image:Jungle Bells Plant.gif yes You can't move/take it. It is lovely, but needs much light and water. It is described in this book.
Jungle Rose Image:Jungle Rose.gif no You can't move/take it. Related to ordinary Roses. It can grow very big and become a Giant Jungle Rose. It is quoted in this book.
Large Pearl Flower (Pink) Image:Large Pearl Flower (Pink).gif no You can't move/take it. There are also yellow Large Pearl Flowers.
Large Pearl Flower (Yellow) Image:Large Pearl Flower (Yellow).gif no You can't move/take it. There are also pink Large Pearl Flowers.
Love Flower Image:Love Flower.gif As it's name suggests, it is the ultimate symbol of love. Cannot be moved or carried.
Meadow Star Image:Meadow Star.gif yes You can't move/take it. This is a beautiful flower.
Moon Flowers Image:Moon Flowers.gif yes You can't move/take it. Very common to find it along with single Moon Flowers, it's not pickable, but a single Moon Flower can be taken.
Purple Cardinal Image:Purple Cardinal.gif no You can't move/take it. This plant grows big and protects itself from ants. It is quoted in this book.
Royal Blossom Image:Royal Blossom.gif yes You can't move/take it. There are three different varieties of royal blossom: red, pink and yellow.

The red royal blossom looks the same as the Bloodkiss Flower.

Small Pearl Flower Image:Small Pearl Flower.gif no You can't move/take it.
Sneeze Blossom Image:Sneeze Blossom.gif yes You can't move/take it.
Some Sunflowers Image:Some Sunflowers.gif yes You can't move/take it.
Sun Flowers Image:Sun Flowers.gif yes You can't move/take it. If you click on the map, your character will avoid walking over Sun Flowers.
Sunflower Image:Sunflower.gif yes Not movable.
Tainted Plant Image:Tainted Plant.gif no You can't move/take it. It looks like rotten Crane Plant.
Titans Orchid Image:Titans Orchid.gif no You can't move/take it. Quoted in this book.
Turtle Sprouter Image:Turtle Sprouter.gif no You can't move/take it. Can be cultivated easily, it's sprouts have the shape of small orbs. It is quoted in this book.
Velvet Petal Image:Velvet Petal.gif no You can't move/take it. It's petals feel like velvet, It is quoted in this book.
Water Lily Image:Water Lily.gif no You can't move/take it. Water lilies grow in 4 different kinds. Before the Christmas Update 2008 they used to look different.
White Flower (Object) Image:White Flower.gif You can cut it with a Kitchen Knife. An ordinary white flower.
Witches Cauldron Plant Image:Witches Cauldron Plant.gif no You can't move/take it. It is a large, poisonous plant. It is described in this book.
Witches Cauldron Plant (Rotten) Image:Witches Cauldron Plant (Rotten).gif no You can't move/take it. A Witches Cauldron Plant, but rotten. Name is an assumption.

See also other Objects.


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