New Scientist – 1 July 2017 The world is awash in pink, but this might not be good for you.
A new study suggests that pink is the colour of choice for some flowers because it’s the colour that’s best for growing plants.
As such, this means that some species of flowers are the most colourful, according to the study published in the journal Science.
This suggests that the colour is best used in plants, where the plants need the most light to thrive.
It also suggests that these plants might have evolved to be more resistant to UV light, making them even more attractive to humans than other species.
These flowers may also have evolved in different habitats.
The researchers looked at the colour and growth characteristics of 11 common flowering plants in the family Phyllostachys, including roses, chrysanthemums, lilies, carnations and lilacs.
The study found that flowers with a colour similar to pink were most abundant in the southern and western hemispheres of the world.
The colour is also found in many species of plants, including a few plants found in the oceans.
The colours of the plants used were chosen to represent their common family members, and the researchers did not analyse the colour differences between the species.
The flowers are often seen in gardens or flowerspotting, and this may be why they’re so popular.
However, the researchers also found that in many other areas, flowers are actually a bit more colourful than in the tropics.
The scientists also analysed the colour variation between flowering plants and found that the most prominent colour in these areas is the purple colour, the darkest and most common colour found in flowering plants.
These colours were found to be the same across the species and that there was no clear trend for the colour within species.
In other words, the purple flower colour was found in all the species that were analysed.
This means that the purple-red colour found within flowering plants was likely to be used for a long time.
“These colours are often used in decorative patterns and on packaging and even for edible flowers in home gardens and for the decoration of the interior of a flowerpotting bed,” the researchers wrote.
However they added that it’s not clear whether these colours were used for decorative purposes, or because they were important to the species’ development.
This could explain why some flowers in different regions of the globe have purple flowers.
This may be because purple flowers are important for many flowers because they’re used in floral packaging and other decorations.
But the colours used in flower packaging were not found to vary between regions of Africa and Asia, where they were more common.
It may also be that the colours in flowerspotning and other flowerspot decorations are a sign of how well the plants have adapted to their surroundings.
It’s also possible that the flower colours found in home garden pots and flowerpot decorations might be a result of the way these plants are grown and kept.
The results also suggest that there are some species that have evolved into very bright colours.
“Our results are consistent with the idea that some plants have developed colours because they are very good at sensing the light, and are therefore more colourful,” lead author of the study Professor Joris Schulze said.
“In the tropic, there is a lot of sun, which means that these colours tend to be associated with flowerspot plants, which tend to grow on the top of tall branches.”
The colour was also found to differ from species that are native to the tropick, which have a more brown or grey colour.
The new findings were published in Science.
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