Garden flowers Photography

Stock Stock Images By Heather Farish

Flowers grown in gardens are usually brightly coloured, often multi-coloured and with large blooms. Many are annuals but some live on for year after year. It doesn't matter where in the world you go, the same flowers keep reappearing - from Australia to Romania, Fiji to Hong Kong to Morocco.

     
Pink foxglove
     
Frangipani


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1. Three bright blue hydrangea flowers. Blue hydrangea flowers as seen in the garden of The Waterworks, near Coromandel on the north island of New Zealand.

2. Pink chrysanthemum. Close to the Bird Market, the Flower Market has one section with shops selling potted plants including spectacular orchids, while another sections sells cut flowers such as roses and chrysanthemums.

3. Apricot and red orchid. Close to the Bird Market, the Flower Market has one section with shops selling potted plants including spectacular orchids, while another sections sells cut flowers such as roses and chrysanthemums.

4. White and purple orchid. Close to the Bird Market, the Flower Market has one section with shops selling potted plants including spectacular orchids, while another sections sells cut flowers such as roses and chrysanthemums.

5. Red hibiscus flower. This red hibiscus was in the gardens around the ruins of a Buddhist Temple complex at Mainimati, south of Dhaka in Bangladesh.

6. A mass of sunflowers. These sunflowers were at a 24 hour flower market in Wroclaw Poland.

7. Bunch of yellow and orange gladioli. Located in Old Dhaka, Shankharia Bazaar is a Hindu section of the city where there are many stalls and shops selling all sorts of goods, flowers being just one.

8. Two pink lilliums. These lilliums were among a group for sale in the outdoor flower market in the small town of Sighetu Marmatiei in north western Romania.

9. White daisies with yellow centres. These white daisies were part of a huge range of plants in the gardens around the Alhambra in Granada, Spain.

10. Crimson bougainvillea. Crimson bougainvillea bracts.

11. Pink cacti dahlia with yellow centre. One dahlia bloom that is part of an annual display of around 1300 plants at the Portland Botanic Gardens each year. The gardens were established in 1857 by William Allitt with the assistance of Dr Ferninard Von Mueller.

12. Scarlet dahlia with white tipped petals. This scarlet and white dahlia is part of an annual display of around 1300 plants at the Portland Botanic Gardens each year. The gardens were established in 1857 by William Allitt with the assistance of Dr Ferninard Von Mueller.

13. Pink foxglove. Pink foxgloves can be seen growing wild in the forest areas around Karlovy Vary in the Czech Republic.

14. Purple bearded iris. Purple bearded iris in the courtyard of an old riad in Fes, Morocco.

15. Colourful petunias. Petunias provide a colourful display when used as a bedding plant in domestic gardens.

16. Dark pink Alstroemeria. Alstroemeria is a commonly grown garden plant.

17. Frangipani. Frangipani is a common non-native plant in Australian gardens.

18. Pale pink pelargonium. Pelargoniums are a common garden plant in Australia.

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