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Joris Hoefnagel - Medlar, Poppy Anemone, and Pear
Vier bloemen, waaronder twee viooltjes

Vier bloemen, waaronder twee viooltjes

Linksboven zit een vlinder op een bloem. Uit serie van 12 bladen.

Bloem van de pioenroos
Lachenalia tricolor, Pierre Joseph Redoute
Abbildungen aller medizinisch-ökonomisch-technischen Gewächse, Band 6: Epidendrum Vanilla.
Rode bloem
flora from "The ladies' flower garden of ornamental bulbous plants"

flora from "The ladies' flower garden of ornamental bulbous plants"

This image has been taken from scan 000057 from "The ladies' flower garden of ornamental bulbous plants". The title and subject terms of this image have been generated from tags, created by users of the British... More

Claude Monet - Bouquet of Sunflowers
Tuberose (Pollanthes tuberosa), from the Flowers series for Old Judge Cigarettes

Tuberose (Pollanthes tuberosa), from the Flowers series for Old Judge ...

The "Flowers" series of trading cards (N164) was issued by Goodwin & Company in 1890 to promote Old Judge Cigarettes. The Metropolitan Museum of Art owns all 50 cards in the series. Issued by Goodwin & Company

Quaker Lady (Houstonia caerulea), from the Flowers series for Old Judge Cigarettes

Quaker Lady (Houstonia caerulea), from the Flowers series for Old Judg...

The "Flowers" series of trading cards (N164) was issued by Goodwin & Company in 1890 to promote Old Judge Cigarettes. The Metropolitan Museum of Art owns all 50 cards in the series. Issued by Goodwin & Company

Daisy (Chrysanthemum leucanthemum), from the Flowers series for Old Judge Cigarettes

Daisy (Chrysanthemum leucanthemum), from the Flowers series for Old Ju...

The "Flowers" series of trading cards (N164) was issued by Goodwin & Company in 1890 to promote Old Judge Cigarettes. The Metropolitan Museum of Art owns all 50 cards in the series. Issued by Goodwin & Company

Poppy (Papaver Rhoeas), from the Flowers series for Old Judge Cigarettes

Poppy (Papaver Rhoeas), from the Flowers series for Old Judge Cigarett...

The "Flowers" series of trading cards (N164) was issued by Goodwin & Company in 1890 to promote Old Judge Cigarettes. The Metropolitan Museum of Art owns all 50 cards in the series. Issued by Goodwin & Company

Bride Rose, from the Flowers series for Old Judge Cigarettes

Bride Rose, from the Flowers series for Old Judge Cigarettes

The "Flowers" series of trading cards (N164) was issued by Goodwin & Company in 1890 to promote Old Judge Cigarettes. The Metropolitan Museum of Art owns all 50 cards in the series. Issued by Goodwin & Company

Iris, Art Nouveau Poster
Muguet, Art Nouveau Poster
A luxurient field of bluebonnets, the state flower, near Marble Falls in the Texas Hill Country

A luxurient field of bluebonnets, the state flower, near Marble Falls ...

Title, date, and keywords based on information provided by the photographer. Credit line: The Lyda Hill Texas Collection of Photographs in Carol M. Highsmith's America Project, Library of Congress, Prints and P... More

Coneflower (echinacea) bloom, Sleeping Bear Dunes National Lakeshore, 2014.
Indian blanket (Gaillardia pulchella), Chickasaw National Recreation Area, 2014.

Indian blanket (Gaillardia pulchella), Chickasaw National Recreation A...

This species of North American flowering plant belongs to the sunflower family. This hardy plant isn't picky about soil and is highly drought-tolerant, so grows best within a dry, hot climate in full sun.

Bee balm (Monarda) plant and pollinator, Big South Fork National River & Recreation Area, 2015.

Bee balm (Monarda) plant and pollinator, Big South Fork National River...

Common names include bee balm, horsemint, oswego tea and bergamot. The crushed leaves of all Monarda species exude a spicy, fragrant essential oil. Several species were used by Native Americans as medicine: bec... More

Bee balm (Monarda) plant and pollinator, Big South Fork National River & Recreation Area, 2015.

Bee balm (Monarda) plant and pollinator, Big South Fork National River...

Common names include bee balm, horsemint, oswego tea and bergamot. The crushed leaves of all Monarda species exude a spicy, fragrant essential oil. Several species were used by Native Americans as medicine: bec... More

Goldenrod (Solidago), Saint Croix National Scenic Riverway, 2015.

Goldenrod (Solidago), Saint Croix National Scenic Riverway, 2015.

Goldenrod pollen is too heavy and sticky to be wind-blown far from the flowers. Thus, it is mainly pollinated by insects.

Goldenrod (Solidago), Saint Croix National Scenic Riverway, 2015.

Goldenrod (Solidago), Saint Croix National Scenic Riverway, 2015.

Goldenrod pollen is too heavy and sticky to be wind-blown far from the flowers. Thus, it is mainly pollinated by insects.

Goldenrod (Solidago), Saint Croix National Scenic Riverway, 2015.

Goldenrod (Solidago), Saint Croix National Scenic Riverway, 2015.

Goldenrod pollen is too heavy and sticky to be wind-blown far from the flowers. Thus, it is mainly pollinated by insects.

Goldenrod (Solidago), Saint Croix National Scenic Riverway, 2015.

Goldenrod (Solidago), Saint Croix National Scenic Riverway, 2015.

Goldenrod pollen is too heavy and sticky to be wind-blown far from the flowers. Thus, it is mainly pollinated by insects.

Goldenrod (Solidago), Saint Croix National Scenic Riverway, 2015.

Goldenrod (Solidago), Saint Croix National Scenic Riverway, 2015.

Goldenrod pollen is too heavy and sticky to be wind-blown far from the flowers. Thus, it is mainly pollinated by insects.

Goldenrod (Solidago), Saint Croix National Scenic Riverway, 2015.

Goldenrod (Solidago), Saint Croix National Scenic Riverway, 2015.

Goldenrod pollen is too heavy and sticky to be wind-blown far from the flowers. Thus, it is mainly pollinated by insects.

Goldenrod (Solidago), Saint Croix National Scenic Riverway, 2015.

Goldenrod (Solidago), Saint Croix National Scenic Riverway, 2015.

Goldenrod pollen is too heavy and sticky to be wind-blown far from the flowers. Thus, it is mainly pollinated by insects.

Bee balm (Monarda) plant and pollinator, Big South Fork National River & Recreation Area, 2015.

Bee balm (Monarda) plant and pollinator, Big South Fork National River...

Common names include bee balm, horsemint, oswego tea and bergamot. The crushed leaves of all Monarda species exude a spicy, fragrant essential oil. Several species were used by Native Americans as medicine: bec... More

Blooming aster (Aster) in morning dew, Chattahoochee River National Recreation Area, 2015.
Cottongrass (Eriophorum) blows in the wind at the shores of Etivlik Lake, Noatak National Preserve, 2015.
Buttonbush (Cephalanthus occidentalis), Delaware Water Gap National Recreation Area, 2015.

Buttonbush (Cephalanthus occidentalis), Delaware Water Gap National Re...

Common to wetlands, swamps, floodplains, mangroves, riparian zones and moist forests, this flowering plant is very useful! Amazingly, waterfowl and other birds eat the seeds, wood ducks use the plant parts in n... More

Lilac buds (Syringa vulgaris), Fort Vancouver National Historic Site, 2016.

Lilac buds (Syringa vulgaris), Fort Vancouver National Historic Site, ...

Lilacs actually belong to the olive family, Oleaceae. Popular as an ornamental plant, lilacs produce attractive, sweet-smelling flowers in early summer before many other flowers.

Plantings at the International Rose Test Garden in Portland, Oregon's, Washington Park

Plantings at the International Rose Test Garden in Portland, Oregon's,...

Blossoms on the garden's more than 10,000 rose bushes (of approximately 650 varieties) bloom from April through October. The garden is the oldest continuously operating public rose test garden in the United Sta... More

Melo sive Melopepo vulgo = Melone = Melon (Melo vulgaris)
Pancratium maritimum, Pierre Joseph Redoute
Hemerocallis fulva, Pierre Joseph Redoute
Masdevallia backhousiana.
Chrysanthème, Art Nouveau Poster
The season's greetings.
Ligustrum vulgare = Troëne commun. [Common privet]
Allium straitum, Pierre Joseph Redoute
Montbretia, Pierre Joseph Redoute
Pierre Joseph Redoute - Amaryllis Broussonetii, Pierre Joseph Redoute
Allium Moly, Pierre Joseph Redoute
Pierre Joseph Redoute - Gladiolus cardinalis, Pierre Joseph Redoute
Commelina tuberosa, Pierre Joseph Redoute
Ixia miniata, Pierre Joseph Redoute
Gladiolus mucronatus, Pierre Joseph Redoute
Belamcanda, Pierre Joseph Redoute
Lilium martagon, Pierre Joseph Redoute
Allium flavum, Pierre Joseph Redoute
Fritillaria imperialis, Pierre Joseph Redoute
Pierre Joseph Redoute - Ixia tricolor, Pierre Joseph Redoute
Crinum giganteum, Pierre Joseph Redoute
Tulipa sylvestris, Pierre Joseph Redoute
Crytanthus vittatus, Pierre Joseph Redoute
Scilla peruviana, Pierre Joseph Redoute
Narcissus poeticus, Pierre Joseph Redoute
Cattleya mendelii quorndon house var.
Leucojum grandiflorum, Pierre Joseph Redoute
Lilium candidum, Pierre Joseph Redoute
Tulipa oculus-Colis, Pierre Joseph Redoute
Lilium bulbiferum, Pierre Joseph Redoute
Scilla bifolia, Pierre Joseph Redoute
Pierre Joseph Redoute - Iris xyphioides, Pierre Joseph Redoute
Haemanthus puniceus, Pierre Joseph Redoute
Lachenalia luteola, Pierre Joseph Redoute
Iris foetidissima, Pierre Joseph Redoute
Iris germanica, Pierre Joseph Redoute
Gladiolus tubiflorus, Pierre Joseph Redoute
Pierre Joseph Redoute - Iris plicata, Pierre Joseph Redoute
Pierre Joseph Redoute - Cyrtanthus obliquus, Pierre Joseph Redoute
Heliconia humilis, Pierre Joseph Redoute
Pierre Joseph Redoute - Iris spuria ; Iris batarde
Yucca gloriosa, Pierre Joseph Redoute
Iris Xiphium, Pierre Joseph Redoute
Scilla amoena, Pierre Joseph Redoute
Cyrtanthus angustifolius, Pierre Joseph Redoute
Iris Sisyrinchium, Pierre Joseph Redoute
Amaryllis reticulata, Pierre Joseph Redoute
Iris sibirica, Pierre Joseph Redoute
Musa paradisiaca, Pierre Joseph Redoute
Allium ampeloprasum, Pierre Joseph Redoute
Gladiolus strictiflorus, Pierre Joseph Redoute
[View of an agave plant.] United States Botanic Garden, Washington DC
Tigridia Pavonia, Pierre Joseph Redoute
Agapanthus umbellatus, Pierre Joseph Redoute
Hemerocallis flava, Pierre Joseph Redoute
Antholyza cunonia, Pierre Joseph Redoute
Ixia filiformis, Pierre Joseph Redoute
Koemferia longa, Pierre Joseph Redoute
Amaryllis equestris, Pierre Joseph Redoute
Alstroemeria, Pierre Joseph Redoute
Pitcairnia latifolia, Pierre Joseph Redoute
Strelitzia Reginae, Pierre Joseph Redoute
Diasia iridifolia, Pierre Joseph Redoute
Fritillaria persica, Pierre Joseph Redoute
Ornithogalum arabicum, Pierre Joseph Redoute
Amaryllis aurea, Pierre Joseph Redoute
Gladiolus carneus, Pierre Joseph Redoute
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