The Amazon is home to an impressive range of flora and fauna.
Here are five wildflowers that are worth a look in your garden.
The Red-Eyed Pomegranate, Loxodonta spp.
This is the only one of these plants in the wild, and it’s easy to spot.
Its red-eyed pomegranates are incredibly hardy and can grow to 20 metres (yards) in height.
It also grows to 20 feet (6 metres) in length.
It’s the only plant that grows to 25 feet (8 metres) across.
Its fruit is delicious, juicy and tasty.
This plant can grow up to 5 feet (1.2 metres) tall and can live up to 30 years.
It can also grow to 30 feet (9 metres) long, making it an excellent food for livestock.
The fruit is also rich in minerals, vitamins and other essential nutrients.
It produces the best buds in the garden, which are the ones that last for a long time.
The White-Eyeds Pineapple, Stocopodium spp The Pineapple is a perennial plant that is native to the western United States.
It has an evergreen growth habit and can reach up to 40 feet (12 metres) high.
It thrives in sunny, moist soil.
It grows to a height of 1,500 feet (400 metres) and produces fruit that are sweet, crunchy and crunchy.
The Pineapples fruit is the most nutritious in the world, with vitamins A and C. 3.
The Purple Pome, Oryza sativus Purple Poms are the smallest and least dense of the wildflorals.
They’re found in tropical and subtropical regions in the Americas and South America.
They are edible and can be eaten raw.
They can also be used as a culinary delicacy and can often be made into a soup.
Their fruit can be used in salad dressings and a dessert.
The Blue-Eyled Pomega, Lachnospiraceae Lachnsparaceae is a genus of flowering plants that are commonly used for medicinal purposes.
They produce sweet sap that is useful in treating a range of ailments.
They have an edible seed that is edible, and can also produce seeds that are edible.
The Yellow-Eyened Pomego, Lycopersicon spp Lycopsins are the largest flowering plants of the Amazon jungle.
They grow to 12 feet (3.5 metres) wide and grow to 5,000 feet (2,200 metres) from their roots.
They flower in spring, producing the seeds of the tree that are used to make tea and other drinks.
They look similar to the Black-Eyned Pineapple.
This species can grow from 1 to 4 feet (70 to 120cm) tall.
The seeds can be picked, used to plant trees and to build homes for cattle and pigs.