Gethinthomas's Flowers Posts

This is my part two of the flower beach series. This was two weeks after part one. There is a lot more variety and colour this time and still some plants in bud…

I'm working on part 2 of Flower Beach, with more flowers newly emerged since my last visit. I should have it up by the weekend, with any luck.

Here is the flower series from my recent beach trip. I have tried to identify them and I think I have most correct. Coastal vegetated shingle is a relatively…

Today I bought my first Camellia. You never see them in the Midlands where we used to live because they are early and vulnerable to frost, and it was quite a…

Here's to a beautiful summer to look forward to with many of our friends and relatives hopefully vaccinated by then, and the latest data coming out of Israel,…

I heard about a field of poppies online, so I went to find them, it wasn't easy. Then I turned a corner and Wham! there they were. To date, I have not seen a…

As a change from the dark wintery landscapes of late I decided to look for something brighter and more cheerful. This is in my back catalogue from ten years ago…

Three years ago I was given the opportunity to go on a guided tour around a nursery at the height of the season for producing Poinsettia plants for Christmas.…

A post by Aphrodite about Michaelmas Daisies reminded me of this garden we visited last year. Situated on the lower slopes of the Malvern Hills Old Court…

Flower, day, season. Spotted this lone sunflower on my way home. It struck me that we may not get many more beautiful days like this one before winter, unless…

I am not usually into photographing flowers but I make an exception for tulips. I've just rediscovered this one which is one of my favourites. There was…

Somewhere in Warwickshire, England is a bluebell wood which for just a couple of weeks each year produces a spectacular natural event. A show of beautiful…

On a farm in Wick near Pershore England, I heard many years ago about some fields of flowers, being grown for their dried petals for use in confetti. Before…

Tulips grew wild in the Tien Shan Mountains and were cultivated in Istanbul in 1055. In the 15th century, tulips were among the most prized flowers; the flower…
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