The botanical name for this flower is Salpiglossis, derived from the Greek for “trumpet” (salpinx) and “tongue” (glossa). These flowers looked like stained glass in the garden, but when you look at them in the vase, they assume the role of a botanical kaleidoscope; everyone is slightly different.

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