Top Five Wednesday/ Flower Covers

Top Five Wednesday has been taken over by Alex @The Scribe Owl. She has a book topic every Wednesday!

May 5: April Showers Bring May Flowers
Happy May! Inspired by the start of the month and the time-known saying, April showers bring May flowers, this week’s prompt is about books with flowers/plants on their covers.

To make things more challenging I will add a flower fun fact!

Lady Gabrielle (Huntington Saga Short Stories #1)

I didn’t really enjoy this novel, but the cover is pretty.

Fun Fact:

Juliet rose is known as the “£3 million rose” ($4.37 million) because that’s how much it cost famed rose breeder David Austin to create the apricot-hued hybrid over the course of 15 years. 

This Foreign Affair (The Pink Bean, #4)

I love everything Harper Bliss writes.

Fun Fact:

Shenzhen Nongke Orchid, most expensive flower ever sold – This orchid flowers only blooms once every 4 to 5 years and takes its name from the university at which it was developed.

Reaching for Sun

If you don’t know, this book is on the list of the most favourite for life.

Fun Fact:

The Rainbow Rose is a genuine rose with highly attractive colors. Each rose petal has one of the colors of the rainbow. And so, with her seven different colors, this rose sets the imagination on fire.

Lulu's Cafe

Fun Fact:

Sunflowers move throughout the day in response to the movement of the sun from east to west. Each sunflower is actually made of thousands of teeny flowers called florets. 

Hurricane Child

Fun Fact:

The moonflower is renowned as a treat for those who stroll through their gardens in the evening. Peeking open at night, almost as if they were seeking a rendezvous with the moon, the flower’s scent draws a nocturnal moth to pollinate the flower.

Alex

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