A group of flowers belonging to the carnation family, the baby’s breath are a sight for sore eyes! Originally native to Africa, Eurasia, Pacific Islands and Australia, these flowers have been introduced to other places as well. The plant has many uses, including as food, for herbal medicines, and in floristry. Some species are also used to flavor liqueurs, ice-creams, and cheese.
Usage of the baby’s breath flower in making wedding bouquets is very common.
These photos are so good, it would be rather easy to just look at them and forget about all of one’s worries.
Some species of the baby’s breath are considered to be weed, as they tend to invade any habitat, competing with native flora.
Some of mother nature’s creations look so sinless that it makes you wonder why the world is filled with such hatred when there is so much good around!
Here are some seeds of the baby’s breath plant’s fruits, notice how some of them resemble a snail-shell, while others look more like a kidney.