"blue" carnation was announced from Australia. But is this blue? Nah, it's mauve.
Is the following a blue hibiscus?
Some call this a blue plumeria:
There is, finally, a blue rose, sort of, but not so according to my eyes. Florigene, an Australian subsidiary of Suntory (beer, whiskey), is said to have cracked the genetic code in 2004, and is marketing it as a blue rose. Last time I checked, one such rose cost about $25. But tell me, are these roses blue?
7. There are definitely some blue objects, like the Blue Man Group:
8. Plus a few blue animals and insects. The largest animal ever, the Blue Whale (yes, bigger than the largest dinosaurs) is more gray, than anything. There is no blue cow nor horse, but here is a beautiful blue frog:
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