VIBRANT FLOWER — A new “violet flower” has opened up in New York City’s Times Square.
It’s not the most aesthetically pleasing flower, but that’s not stopping it from being a success.
It was named after the first-ever flower to bloom in New England, a member of the genus Venusia, the female of which is called Vitis.
Vitis has been growing since the late 1800s, and is considered a symbol of health.
The New York Times reports that the flower has been on display in Times Square for about a week, and that it has received a huge amount of attention.
“People are just fascinated,” said one onlooker.
“This is a really special flower.”
The flower has attracted the attention of people from all over the world.
It has become a tourist attraction, attracting tourists from all around the world, but it’s been attracting attention to the United States as well.
In recent weeks, the flower’s popularity has spread to other cities, including San Francisco, Washington, D.C., and Atlanta.
According to the Times, more than 400,000 people have visited the site of the flower, which is now officially known as the “Vitis Flower.”
“The popularity has really exceeded our expectations,” said Stephanie Pappas, a spokeswoman for the Times Square Conservancy.
“We are very pleased to be able to support this very special and symbolic symbol.”
According to Pappis, the Conservancy is currently seeking donations for the plant’s upkeep.
“The Conservancy will use the proceeds to help with the upkeep of the plant,” she said.
“As soon as we have funds, we will be looking to make arrangements for the maintenance of this unique and very unique flower.”