5.Flowers and Floral Images
A white cosmos on a painted background. White cosmos are beautiful summery flowers which attract bees and hoverflies and last into late summer.
A pink phalaenopsis orchid flower, also called a moth orchid for its delicate flower hovering over the stem, is fairly easy to look after and available from most supermarkets.
A red Ena Harkness, heavily scented, rose bud with a bokeh background
A cluster of dark pink cyclamen with their deep green leaves against a blurred background of more flowers
A cluster of delicate pale pink New Dawn roses. Each fragile scented rose lasts only a day.
Two pink tulips over a black background make a dramatic piece of wall art
One romantic red rose bud in soft focus on a soft background
A beautiful rose in a delicate shade of peach or peachy orange
A beautiful scented hybrid tea rose in a delicate shade of peach.
An orange hybrid tea rose called Just joey still in bud against a dark background
A garden full of summery yellow coreopsis daisies with one orange butterfly
Just one perfect red rosebud
A full blown red rose on a piece of vintage old lace with out of focus roses in the background
A macro shot of a seedhead covered in thick frost crystals and lit up by the setting sun
A beautiful scented red rose, Climbing Ena Harkness, after a rain storm
Pink Astrantia flowers have a papery spiky feel like everlasting flowers. Here they are on a soft textured background.
A hardy annual, gaillardia flowers are bright and summery in the summer border
A single rose bud macro with multiple tiny drops of rain
Macro of a large flowered pink rhododendron called Pink Pearl
The Japanese cherry tree called Tai Haku, also known in Japan as the Great White Cherry, grows to a very large tree which looks magnificent in springtime when covered in great swathes of delicate white blossoms.
A delicate macro of an Angelique pink tulip caught in the rain
A closeup image of a group of dangling red fuchsia flowers
Memories of spring with a pair of golden daffodils catching the sun
A beautiful wild flower, the yellow flag with its lush green swordlike leaves, iris grows best in wet, marshy places.
A trio of beautiful glistening white fungi ( possibly Angel's Bonnet ? ) artfully growing on a decaying log in beech woodlands