Wild Flowers Provence

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Style Guide

This page walks you through some of the built in typography styles for this Site. Take a look!

The following is a blockquote:

This is an example of a WordPress post, you could edit this to put information about your site so readers know where you are coming from. You can create as many posts as you like in order to share with your readers what is on your mind.


Now let’s check out an unordered list:

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What about headings?

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Last but not least, let’s see what a button looks like:

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Navigate + find similar plants

Click on a plant to see its page with information and photos.  It will offer links to other similar plants.  If the plant you want is not here, search again, or click on "Wild plants" at the top of this page to start again, and then filter by category, flower colour, leaf shape, etc.

Note that less can be more in a search.  For example, "succulents" will produce suggestions hovering below the search bar, but it will offer no results on this page, yet "succulent" will find every plant described as a succulent.