The Boronia is an evergreen shrub flower with bright and pretty blooms. This flower can be found all over Australia and it is often used as a filler for beautiful bouquets. Here are some boronia flower pictures.
I love this photo above. You can see just how beautiful the blooms of this flower actually are.
Boronia are often used in landscaping and in flower gardens.
Here’s a gorgeous close up of Boronia flower blooms.
Here’s a great picture of a Boronia shrub with dozens of beautiful pink blooms.
As I mentioned, Boronia are often used as fillers for large bouquets.
The bachelor’s button flower is an annual flowering plant that is native to Europe. The bachelor’s button has many other names, such as the following: hurtsickle, bluebottle, boutonniere flower, and cyani flower. Here are some pictures of bachelor button flowers.
Here’s a close up picture of a pretty blue bachelor’s button flower.
Here are two beautiful bachelor’s button flowers: white and blue
If you plant bachelor’s button mix seed you are likely to get a colorful combination like the flowers in this picture.
Here are bachelor buttons growing wild in a field.
Here’s a pretty bouquet of bachelor button flowers.
If you grow bachelor’s buttons please take some photos and send them to us.
The artichoke thistle, (also called cardoon, cardoni, or cardi), is a spiny thistle flower of the sunflower family. The artichoke thistle is typically about head high, but sometimes taller, and it is crowned by a cluster of bright purple thistles. Yes, the artichoke part is edible, and yes, this is a perennial flower. Here are some pictures of artichoke thistle flowers.
Here’s a close up picture of an artichoke thistle flower being pollinated by a bee.
Here’s a photo of artichoke thistle flowers growing in the wild.
Here’s a beautiful close up picture of an artichoke thistle bloom.
Here’s a photo of artichoke thistles used for an urban landscape.
Here’s one last photo of a purple cardone.
If you have any pictures of artichoke thistles you’d like to share with us please send them in so we can include them on the site.
Allium flowers are beautiful long stemmed flowers with colorful blooms in a ball shape at the top of their stems. Because of their shape and appearance they are also known as drumstick flowers or ornamental onions. The larger ones are called Giant Allium Flowers and can be taller than small children. These flowers are often used in bouquets and are also dried and used for crafts. These are perennial flowers and you can buy their bulbs and grow your own. Here are some photos of different colors and sizes of allium flowers.
Here is a close up picture of a beautiful purple-lilac colored allium flower. If you look closely it’s almost like there are hundreds of tiny flowers inside the bloom.
This is a picture of beautiful blue allium flowers.
This picture shows the long stems allium flowers have.
And here is a photo of Giant Allium Flowers.
Here’s a photo of a dried out allium. As I mentioned, often times people dry out allium flowers to use for making crafts. They have a great shape and can be colored to make beautiful creations. They are often used for 4th of July decorations.
If you are anything like me, you love beautiful flowers. Most people can identify the most common flowers but they don’t know the names of the vast majority of flowers. So this website will help you with flower identification by showing you all of the most common flower types from A – Z and providing you with multiple pictures of each kind of flower. We will be posting a new post everyday with a different type of flower and several photos of that flower. So check back daily for updates.
These are the flowers we will be providing pictures of:
Anemone (also known as Galilee) Allium (also known as drumsticks or ornamental onions) Artichoke Thistle (also known as cardoons and cardonis) Baby’s Breath Bachelor’s Button (also known as bluebottles, cornflowers, hurtsickles, boutonnieres & cyani) Bells of Ireland Billy Buttons
Bighead Knapweed Bird of Paradise Bluebottle Blue Lace Flowers Boronia Boutonniere Bouvardia
Breath of heaven – Diosma Button Funray
Calla lily white Candytuft Cardoons
Carnation mini – Alibi Casa Blanca Caspia Celosia Cockscomb Crested (also known as woolflowers)
Coffee Bean Berry
Common Yarrow Cornflowers
Cosmos Crane Flowers
Delphinium Pacific Giant
Eucalyptus silver dollar
Flax New Zealand
Gerbera Ruby Red
Kangaroo paw yellow
Lily of the Nile – Alba
Lily of the valley
Lisianthus misty blue
Lily Monte Negro
Lily Casa Blanca
Love in a mist
Misty Blue Limonium
Orchid Ornamental Onions
Papyrus lion’s head
Pincushion flower annual
Queen Anne’s lace
Rose Fire & Ice
Rose Bridal White
Rose Lady Liberty
Rose Bridal Pink
Spider Fuji Yellow
Star of Bethlehem
Snapdragon apple blossom
Watsonia Woolflowers Woollyheads
We hope you enjoy looking at all these pictures of different kinds of flowers. If we have left any types of flowers off the list please let us know. Also, if you’d like to submit your own flower photos to us we will put them on the site for all the world to see, so please send us your own pictures, especially of beautiful flower gardens.