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  Abelia (4)
  Abutilon Pictum (Abutilon Pictum) (4)
  Abutilon × Hybridum (Vernonia Colorata) (1)
  Acanthus (acanthus) (12)
  Acca Sellowiana (Feijoa Sellowiana) (10)
  Acer Pseudoplatanus (Acer Pseudoplatanus) (1)
  Achillea Millefolium (Achillea Millefolium) (5)
  Acinos Arvensis (Acinos Arvensis) (1)
  Aconite-leaf Buttercup (Ranunculus Aconitifolius) (1)
  Aconitum Lycoctonum (Aconitum Lycoctonum) (2)
  Adenostyles Alliariae (Adenostyles Alliariae) (1)
  Adriatic Bellflower (Campanula Garganica) (1)
  Aechmea Distichantha (Aechmea Distichantha) (5)
  Aechmea Penduliflora (Aechmea Penduliflora) (1)
  Aeonium Arboreum (13)
  Aesculus Hippocastanum (Aesculus Hippocastanum) (1)
  African Lily (agapanthus Campanulatus) (51)
  African Violet (Episcia Cupreata) (1)
  African Violet (saintpaulia) (5)
  Agave (agave) (15)
  Ageratum (ageratum) (10)
  Akebia Quinata (Akebia Quinata) (1)
  Algerian Iris (Iris Unguicularis) (4)
  Alicia Mussaenda (Alicia Mussaenda) (3)
  Alkanet (Alkanna Tinctoria) (1)
  Allegheny Foamflower (Tiarella Cordifolia) (1)
  Allium (allium) (18)
Fleur Ail Ornement a ail dscn1349 1280 fei Allium Purple (allium Purple) (33) NEW
This bulbous door of the inflorescences in the balls very original and serrated : the star-shaped flowers in umbels spherical can reach 30 cm in some species !
  Allium Unifolium (oneleaf Onion) (1)
  Almond (prunus Dulcis) (66)
  Aloe (24)
  Aloe Vera (Aloe Vera) (3)
  Aloysia Virgata (Aloysia Virgata) (3)
  Alpenrose (Rhododendron Ferrugineum) (2)
Fleur Anemone Pulsatille anemones pulsatilles 2004 Alpine Anemone (pulsatilla Alpina) (100) NEW
A beautiful bouquet of natural anemones pulsatilles to bloom a moment on your screens and to also make you travel in the High Alps on the slopes of the Col de Gleize, where the snows have just melted.
  Alpine Balsam (Erinus Alpinus) (3)
  Alpine Clematis (Clematis Alpina) (2)
  Alpine Flax (Linum Alpinum) (2)
  Alpine Sea Holly (eryngium Alpinum) (6)
  Alpine Sea Holly (Eryngium Alpinum) (4)
  Alpine Snowbell (soldanella Alpina) (6)
  Alpine Toadflax (Linaria Alpina) (1)
  Alstroemeria (alstroemeria) (48)
  Amaranthus Tricolor (Amaranthus Fournaise) (1)
  American Bladdernut (Staphylea Trifolia) (2)
  American Pokeweed (phytolacca Americana) (8)
  Ammi Majus (Ammi Majus) (1)
  Anacamptis Laxiflora (Anacamptis Laxiflora) (2)
  Anacamptis Palustris (Anacamptis Palustris) (1)
  Anchusa Arvensis (Anchusa Arvensis) (4)
Fleur Anemone anemone mauve zoo anvers 19c29ac fei 3773 Anemone (82) NEW
Many anemones of various colors adorned the beds of the Antwerp zoo and they have been my preference.
  Anemone Coronaria (Anemone Coronaria) (7)
  Anemone Hepatica (hepatica Nobilis) (14)
  Anemone Hortensis (Anemone Hortensis) (9)
  Anemone Hupehensis (anemone Hupehensis) (67)
  Angcm (angraecum) (1)
  Angel's Trumpet (Datura Metel) (3)
  Angel's Trumpets (brugmansia) (32)
  Anise Hyssop (Agastache Foeniculum) (5)
  Annual Fleabane (Erigeron Annuus) (4)
  Annual Honesty (lunaria Annua) (29)
  Annual Mercury (Mercurialis Annua) (1)
  Anthurium (59)
  Anthyllis Montana (Anthyllis Montana) (2)
  Antigonon Leptopus (Antigonon Leptopus) (6)
  Aphyllanthaceae (Aphyllanthaceae) (10)
  Apple Of Sodom (Calotropis Procera) (3)
  Apple Tree (71)
  Aptenia 'red Apple' (aptenia Cordifolia) (2)
  Aptenia Cordifolia (Aptenia Cordifolia) (1)
  Aquilegia (135)
  Aquilegia Alpina (Aquilegia Alpina) (2)
  Arabian Jasmine (Jasminum Sambac) (2)
  Araujia Sericofera (Araujia Sericofera) (3)
  Aristolochia Clematitis (Aristolochia Clematitis) (1)
  Armeria Alpina (Armeria Alpina) (1)
  Artichoke (cynara Scolymus) (38)
  Arum (arum) (81)
  Asclepias Syriaca (asclepias Syriaca) (3)
  Asparagus Pea (Lotus Tetragonolobus) (1)
  Asphodelus Fistulosus (Asphodelus Fistulosus) (4)
  Aster (54)
  Aster Alpinus (Aster Alpinus) (3)
  Asteriscus Maritimus (Asteriscus Maritimus) (3)
  Astilbe (12)
  Astrantia (4)
  Astrantia Major Ruby Star (1)
  Asystasia Gangetica (Asystasia Gangetica) (6)
  Australian Grass Tree (Xanthorrhoea Glauca) (1)



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  Baby Sage (Salvia Microphylla 'Hot Lips') (5)
  Balfour's Touch-me-not (impatiens Balfourii) (3)
  Banksian Rose (rosa Banksiae Lutea) (17)
Fleur Bellardie Multicolore bellardie multicolore garrigue 20052019 Bartsia Trixago (Bartsia Trixago) (2) NEW
May 20, 2019 : bellardie multi-coloured, but here it is all white and yet I found it in the same location as last year. This plant grows in the scrubland.
  Basket Of Gold (alyssum Saxatile) (9)
  Bastard Balm (Melittis Melissophyllum) (1)
  Bay Laurel (Laurus Nobilis) (3)
  Bear's Breeches (acanthus Mollis) (4)
  Bearberry (Arctostaphylos Uva-ursi) (1)
  Beard-tongue (penstemon) (5)
  Bee Orchid (Ophrys Apifera) (13)
  Bee Orchids (6)
  Begonia (66)
  Begonia Dragon Wing Rouge (Begonia Pendula) (1)
  Begonia Rex (Begonia Rex) (1)
  Bégonia X Erythrophylla (Bégonia X Erythrophylla) (1)
  Bell Tree Dahlia (Dahlia Imperialis) (2)
  Belladonna Lily (hippeastrum) (89)
Fleur Campanule campanule raiponce 20052019 Bellflower (campanula) (59) NEW
May 20, 2019 : a little tour in the hills of my village... the ground is purple, covered in bluebells rapunzel.
  Bengal Trumpet (thumbergia Grandiflora) (5)
  Bergamot (monarda Didyma) (3)
  Bergenia (bergenia) (9)
  Bermuda Buttercup (Oxalis Pes Caprae) (10)
  Bertoloni's Bee Orchid (Ophrys Bertolonii) (2)
  Big Betony (Stachys Macrantha) (1)
  Big Blue Lilyturf (Liriope Muscari) (4)
  Bigleaf Hydrangea (hydrangea Macrophylla) (261)
  Bikkia (1)
  Bilberry (vaccinium Myrtillus) (7)
  Bindweed (71)
  Bird Of Paradise (Caesalpinia Gilliesii) (1)
  Bird's-eye Primrose (Primula Farinosa) (1)
  Bird's-foot Trefoil (lotus Corniculatus) (18)
  Birthworts (aristolochia) (6)
  Bistort (persicaria Bistorta) (12)
  Bittersweet (Solanum Dulcamara) (7)
  Bituminaria Bituminosa (Bituminaria Bituminosa) (1)
  Black Crown Imperial (Frittillaria Persica) (4)
  Black Jewel Orchid (Ludisia Discolor) (2)
  Black Mullein (Verbascum Nigrum) (1)
  Black-eyed Susan (Rudbeckia Hirta) (8)
  Black-eyed Susan Vine (Thunbergia Alata) (4)
  Blackberry (rubus) (11)
  Blackstonia Perfoliata (Blackstonia Perfoliata) (1)
  Blackthorn (Prunus Spinosa) (12)
  Bladder Campion (Silene Vulgaris) (2)
  Bladder-cherry (physalis Alkekengi) (26)
  Blanket Flower (gaillardia) (70)
  Blessed Milkthistle (Silybum Marianum) (6)
  Bletilla Striata (Bletilla Striata) (4)
  Blood Sage (Salvia Coccinea) (1)
  Bloodroot (Sanguinaria Canadensis) (2)
  Bloody Cranesbill (Potentilla Aurea) (2)
  Bloody Cranesbill (geranium Sanguineum) (8)
  Blue Bugle (Ajuga Reptans) (7)
  Blue Daisy (felicia Amelloides) (15)
  Blue Globe Thistle (echinops Bannaticus) (45)
  Blue Porterweed (Stachytarpheta Jamaicensis) (2)
  Blue Shades (Anemone Blanda) (7)
  Blue-eyed-grass (sisyrinchium Bermudianum) (2)
  Bluebeard (caryoptéris) (9)
  Borago (44)
  Bottlebrush (callistemon) (33)
  Bottlebrushes (17)
  Bougainvillea (bougainvillea Spectabilis) (116)
  Box (Buxus ) (8)
  Branched Asphodel (asphodelus Ramosus) (16)
  Branched Asphodel (Asphodelus Ramosus) (1)
  Brassia (oncidiinae) (6)
  Brassica Oleracea (brassica Oleracea) (11)
  Brazilian Orchid Tree (Bauhinia Forficata) (1)
  Brazilian Tree Tobacco (nicotiana Glauca) (4)
  Bridal Veil Broom (Retama Monosperma) (1)
  Brillantaisia Subulugurica (brillantaisia Subulugurica) (5)
  Bristly Hawksbeard (Crepis Setosa) (1)
  Broad Bean (vicia Faba) (2)
  Broad-leaved Paper Bark (melaleuca Quinquenervia) (1)
  Bromeliad (Bromelia) (11)
  Broom (17)
Fleur Genet genet genet branche fleurie 07052019 Broom (55) NEW
May 7, 2019 : at the edge of the river, the broom began to flourish. Here's a small branch in a cascade on a background of greenery. Has the date of today they are in bloom everywhere.
  Broomrape (Orobanche) (1)
  Brown Clover (Trifolium Badium) (1)
  Brown Knapweed (Centaurea Jacea) (3)
  Buckwheat (fagopyrum Esculentum) (2)
  Bugle (2)
  Bulbine Frutescens (Bulbine Frutescens) (4)
  Bunch (215)
  Burdock (9)
  Burning-bush (dictamnus) (2)
  Bush Clockvine (Thunbergia Erecta) (1)
  Bush Lily (clivia) (31)
  Butterfly Bush (2)
  Butterfly Pea (clotoria Ternatea) (5)
  Button-bush (Cephalanthus Occidentalis) (2)



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  Cabbage Tree (Cordyline Australis) (6)
  Cactus (101)
  Cakile Maritima (Cakile Maritima) (1)
  Calabash Tree (Crescentia Cujete) (1)
  California Flannelbush (Fremontodendron Californicum) (2)
  California Poppy (Eschscholzia Californica) (12)
  California Tree Poppy (Romneya Coulteri) (1)
  Camelia (172)
  Campanula Rapunculus (Campanula Rapunculus) (6)
  Campion (silène) (2)
  Canada Anemone (Anemone Canadensis) (1)
  Canada Goldenrod (solidago Canadensis) (12)
  Canada Goldenrod (Solidago Canadensis) (1)
  Canadian Horseweed (Conyza Canadensis) (2)
  Canaries Bird Bush (Agatiflora Crotalaria) (1)
  Candelabra Aloe (Aloe Arborescens) (7)
  Candle Bush (Senna Alata) (1)
  Canistrum Aurantiacum (Canistrum Aurantiacum) (1)
  Canna Lily (canna) (49)
  Cannonball Tree (Couroupita Guianensis) (1)
  Canterbury Bells (Campanula Medium) (2)
  Cape Aloe (Aloe Ferox) (2)
  Cape Figwort (Phygelius Capensis) (1)
  Cape Primrose (Streptocarpus Saxorum) (3)
  Cape Stock Rose (Sparmannia Africana) (2)
  Caper (capparis Spinosa) (10)
  Captaincookia Margaretae (Ixora Margaretae) (1)
  Cardoon (Cynara Cardunculus) (3)
  Carduncellus Monspeliensium (Carduncellus Monspeliensium) (1)
  Carduus Nigrescens (Carduus Nigrescens) (1)
  Carex (1)
  Carex Caryophyllea (Carex Caryophyllea) (1)
  Carlina (18)
  Carrot (daucus Carota) (29)
  Cassia (6)
  Castor Plant (Ricinus Communis) (21)
  Catananche (catananche Caerulea) (15)
  Catawba (11)
  Cathedral Deep Blue (salvia Farinacea) (6)
  Catnip (3)
  Catsfoot (Antennaria Dioica) (1)
  Cattleya (19)
  Ceanothus (ceanothus Dentatus) (15)
  Ceanothus Velutinus (Ceanothus Velutinus) (1)
  Celandine-poppy (Stylophorum Diphyllum) (1)
  Celery (Apium Graveolens) (1)
  Celosia Cristata (Celosia Cristata) (2)
  Centaurea Collina (Centaurea Collina) (3)
  Centaurea Macrocephale (Centaurea Macrocephale) (1)
  Centaurium Pulchellum (Centaurium Pulchellum) (1)
  Centranthus Ruber 'Albus' (Centranthus Ruber 'Albus') (3)
  Cephalanthera (Cephalanthera) (4)
  Cerastium Fontanum (Cerastium Fontanum) (2)
  Ceropegia (ceropegia) (4)
  Ceropegia Sandersonii (Ceropegia Sandersonii) (2)
  Cestrum Elegans (cestrum) (6)
  Chaenomeles (80)
  Chalk Milkwort (Polygala Calcarea) (2)
  Chameleon Houttuynia (houttuynia Cordata Chameleon) (4)
  Chamomile (28)
  Chenopodiaceae (2)
  Cherry (85)
  Cherry Laurel (Prunus Laurocerasus) (10)
  Chicory (16)
  Chicory (Cichorium Intybus L.) (1)
  Chiltern Gentian (Gentianella Germanica) (1)
  China Aster (callistephus Chinensis) (8)
  Chincherinchee (ornithogalum Thyrsoides) (2)
  Chinese Bell Flower (22)
  Chinese Bellflower (platycodon Grandiflorus) (20)
  Chionodoxa Luciliae (Chionodoxa Luciliae) (2)
  Chives (allium Schoenoprasum) (26)
  Chlorophytum (1)
  Choisya (Choisya Ternata) (1)
  Choisya Ternata (Choisya Ternata) (12)
  Choke Cherry (Prunus Virginiana) (2)
  Christ Plant (euphorbia Milii) (27)
  Christmas Rose (helleborus Niger) (40)
  Chrysanthemum (123)
  Churur (ochroma Cyaneum) (5)
  Cistus (42)
  Cistus Ladanifer (cistus Ladanifer) (10)
  Citharexylum Spinosum (Citharexylum Spinosum) (1)
  Clary Sage (Salvia Sclarea) (1)
  Cleistocactus Colademononis (Cleistocactus Colademononis) (1)
Fleur Clématite clematite huit Clematis (285) NEW
Fresh morning dew. She appears in all her splendor. She is a rose with eight petals, but her heart is dark.
  Clematis Armandii (Clematis Armandii) (4)
  Clematis Jackman (Clematis Jackmanii) (4)
  Cleome (cleome Spinosa) (53)
  Clerodendrum (10)
  Clerodendrum Bungei (Clerodendrum Bungei) (1)
  Clerodendrum Philippinum (Clerodendrum Philippinum) (1)
  Clock Vine (Thunbergia Mysorensis) (2)
  Clover (trifolium) (29)
  Clustered Bellflower (Campanula Glomerata) (3)
  Clustered Carline Thistle (Carlina Corymbosa) (1)
  Cnicothamnus Lorentzii (Cnicothamnus Lorentzii) (1)
  Coachwhip (4)
  Coast Banksia (Banksia Integrifolia) (2)
  Cobweb Houseleek (Sempervivum Arachnoideum) (3)
  Cochlospermum Tinctorium (Cochlospermum Tinctorium) (1)
  Cockscomb (Celosia Cristata) (5)
  Cockscombs (celosia) (11)
  Cockspur Coral (erythrina Crista-galli) (7)
  Codiaeum Variegatum (Codiaeum Variegatum) (3)
  Coffea (1)
  Colchicum Autumnale (Colchicum Autumnale) (22)
  Colchis Bladdernut (staphylea Colchica) (1)
  Coleus (9)
  Coltsfoot (tussilago Farfara) (20)
  Comfrey (7)
  Common Agrimony (Agrimonia Eupatoria) (1)
  Common Bean (phaseolus Vulgaris) (1)
  Common Bladderwort (Utricularia Vulgaris) (1)
  Common Bluebell (74)
  Common Bluebell (Hyacinthoides Non-scripta) (38)
  Common Bugloss (Anchusa Officinalis) (1)
  Common Butterbur (Petasites Hybridus) (2)
  Common Catchfly (Silene Gallica) (2)
  Common Centaury (Centaurium Erythraea) (3)
  Common Chicory (Cichorium Intybus) (12)
  Common Comfrey (Symphytum Officinalis) (4)
  Common Corncockle (agrostemma Githago) (4)
  Common Cottongrass (Eriophorum Angustifolium) (1)
  Common Cow-wheat (melampyrum Arvense) (1)
  Common Daisy (bellis Perennis) (182)
Fleur Cornouiller Sanguin cornouiller sanguin cornouiller sanguin fleurs 07052019 Common Dogwood (Cornus Sanguinea) (6) NEW
May 7, 2019 : I didn't remember to have already seen these flowers of the dogwood blood... I searched and I found. At the edge of the river they were in full bloom.
  Common Evening (Oenothera Biennis) (1)
  Common Foxglove (Digitalis Purpurea) (11)
  Common Gorse (Ulex Europaeus) (1)
  Common Hogweed (heracleum Sphondylium) (7)
  Common Hollyhock (alcea Rosea) (221)
  Common Hop (Humulus Lupulus) (3)
  Common Houseleek (Sempervivum Tectorum) (6)
Fleur Grande Mauve grande mauve grande mauve sur fond d eau 06052019 Common Mallow (Malva Sylvestris) (24) NEW
May 6, 2019 : the great purple or mauve sylvestre or purple of the wood is a herbaceous plant with medicinal. It has a height of 30 to 120 cm and grows everywhere in our region.
  Common Milkweed (Asclepias Syriaca) (4)
  Common Mullein (Verbascum Thapsus) (5)
  Common Restharrow (ononis Repens) (1)
  Common Rock Jasmine (Androsace Sarmentosa) (1)
  Common Rockrose (Helianthemum Nummularium) (4)
  Common Salsify (Tragopogon Porrifolius L.) (1)
  Common Salsify (Tragopogon Porrifolius) (1)
  Common Snapdragon (Antirrhinum Majus) (5)
  Common Soapwort (Saponaria Officinalis) (5)
  Common Sowthistle (Sonchus Oleraceus) (1)
  Common Spotted Orchid (Dactylorhiza Fuchsii) (1)
  Common Tansy (Tanacetum Vulgare) (2)
  Common Toadflax (linaria Vulgaris) (4)
  Common Water Hyacinth (Eichhornia Crassipes) (4)
  Commune Wireweed (Sida Acuta) (2)
  Confederate Rose (Hibiscus Mutabilis) (1)
  Conium Maculatum (Conium Maculatum) (1)
  Conyza Bonariensis (Conyza Bonariensis) (1)
  Coral Plant (Russelia Equisetiformis) (1)
  Coral Tree (erythrina) (6)
  Cordia Sebestena (Cordia Sebestena) (1)
  Coreopsis Grandiflora (coreopsis Grandiflora) (3)
  Coriander (Coriandrum Sativum) (2)
  Corn Poppy (papaver Rhoeas) (576)
  Cornflower (centaurea Cyanus) (50)
Fleur Centaurée Des Montagnes centaure 0800 1280 fei Cornflower (Centaurea Montana) (45) NEW
Seized this morning in a garden near my dental office. The decoction of blueberry was prescribed in cases of irritation of the eyes and eyelids and to fight against conjunctivitis, and more generally for inflammation of the skin and muqueuses6 and cosmetology.
  Cornflower Black Ball (Centaurea Cyanus Black Ball) (1)
  Coronilla Valentina (coronilla Valentina) (2)
  Corydalis Cava (Corydalis Cava) (2)
  Corydalis Solida (Corydalis Solida) (1)
  Corytoplectus Capitatus (Corytoplectus Capitatus) (1)
  Cosmos (232)
  Cota Tinctoria (Anthemis Tinctoria) (3)
  Cotoneaster (Cotoneaster) (6)
  Cotton Thistle (Onopordum Acanthium) (6)
  Cottongrass (eriophorum) (12)
  Cow Parsley (Anthriscus Sylvestris) (1)
  Cow Pea (macroptilium Lathyroides) (1)
  Cowslip (primula Veris) (21)
  Crabtree (Malus) (3)
  Crane Flower (strelitzia Reginae) (35)
  Crape Myrtle (Lagerstroemia Indica) (16)
  Creeping Buttercup (ranunculus Repens) (30)
  Creeping Cinquefoil (Potentilla Reptans) (1)
  Creeping Jenny (Lysimachia Nummularia) (1)
  Creeping Woodsorrell (Oxalis Corniculata) (2)
  Crêpe Genger (Cheilocostus Speciosus) (1)
  Crepis Biennis (Crepis Biennis) (1)
  Crepis Sancta (Crepis Sancta) (2)
  Crepis Sancta (Crepis Sancta) (1)
  Crimean Iris (Iris Lutescens) (18)
  Crimson Clover (Trifolium Incarnatum) (5)
  Crinum Asiaticum (Crinum Asiaticum) (3)
  Crocosmia (Crocosmia) (2)
  Crocus (239)
  Crosswort (phuosis Stylosa) (3)
  Crotalaria Retusa (Crotalaria Retusa) (3)
  Crown Flower (Calotropis Gigantea) (1)
  Crown Imperial (Fritillaria Imperialis) (9)
  Cuckoo Flower (cardamine Pratensis) (18)
  Cup Of Gold Vine (Solandra Maxima) (4)
  Cup Of Gold Vine (Solandra Maxima) (2)
  Cup-and-saucer Vine (cobæa Scandens) (2)
Fleur Camassie De Cusick a camassia 1250 1280 fei Cusick's Quamash (camassia Cusickii) (7) NEW
The only flower in the rose garden. The Camassia Leichtlinii Caerulea or Quamash, is a perennial bulbous. Originally from Oregon in the north west of the United States, the plant is very hardy.
  Cut-leaved Cranesbill (Geranium Dissectum) (5)
  Cutleaf Coneflower (Rudbeckia Laciniata) (3)
  Cyclamen (38)
  Cymbalaria Muralis (Cymbalaria Muralis) (7)
  Cymbidium (Cymbidium) (52)
  Cynoglossum Creticum (Cynoglossum Creticum) (4)
  Cypress Spurge (Euphorbia Cyparissias) (4)
  Cytinus Ruber (Cytinus Ruber) (1)



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  Daffodil (narcissus Pseudonarcissus) (176)
  Daffodils (Narcissus Dubius) (1)
  Dahlia (340)
  Dahlia 'Edge Of Joy' (Dahlia 'Edge Of Joy') (2)
  Dalmatian Chrysanthemum (Tanacetum Cinerariifolium) (2)
Fleur Campanule Des Murailles abeille aux fleurs Dalmation Bellflower (Campanula Muralis) (15) NEW
It must be a sight to be exercised to discover the bee visiting this wall of bluebells. Otherwise, we go to the ophthalmologist
  Dame’s Rocket (hesperis Matronalis) (5)
  Danewort (Sambucus Ebulus) (1)
  Daphne Cneorum (Daphne Cneorum) (1)
  Datura (datura Stramonium) (26)
  Datura Innoxia (datura Innoxia) (2)
  Daylily (192)
  Dead Flower (19)
Fleur Lamier a ortie 1346 1280 fei Deadnettle (lamium) (14) NEW
Seen from a distance, the foliage has caught my eye and I saw this beautiful flower of dead-nettle red who remained deeply united. Called 'nettle red' or 'nettle stinking' has many uses that are at the origin of its various names : 'orvale of the near', 'comfrey tuberous'.
  Delicate Weakness (Crinum Powellii) (2)
  Delphinium (8)
  Delphinium Dubium (Delphinium Dubium) (1)
  Deutzia Rosea Carminea (Deutzia Rosea Carminea) (1)
  Devil's Darning Needles (clematis Virginiana) (2)
  Devil-in-a-bush (nigella) (42)
  Dianthus Barbatus (Dianthus Barbatus) (24)
  Dichorisandra (4)
  Dill (anethum) (2)
  Dimorphotheca (osteospermum) (119)
  Diplotaxis Erucoides (Diplotaxis Erucoides) (2)
  Diplotaxis Tenuifolia (diplotaxis Tenuifolia) (3)
  Dog's Tongue (Cynoglossum Officinale) (2)
  Dog's Tooth Violet (Erythronium Dens-canis) (3)
  Dogwood (cornus) (27)
  Dolichandra Unguis-cati (Macfadyena Unguis-cati) (1)
  Dong Quai (Angelica Sinensis) (4)
  Douglas Meadowfoam (Limnanthes Douglasii) (2)
  Dovefoot Geranium (Geranium Molle) (5)
  Dovesfoot Geranium (Geranium Molle) (1)
  Drumstick Primrose (Primula Denticulata Alba) (1)
  Dryas (1)
  Dwarf Coral Tree (Erythrina Humeana) (1)
  Dwarf Lilyturf (Ophiopogon Japonicus) (1)
  Dwarf Morning Glory (Convolvulus Tricolor) (3)



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  Early Purple Orchid (Orchis Mascula) (5)
  Early Spider-orchid (Ophrys Sphegodes) (1)
  Easter Lily Cactus (echinopsis Multiplex) (10)
  Eastern Sand Cherry (Prunus Pumila 'Depressa') (1)
  Echinops Ritro (echinops Ritro) (6)
  Echinopsis Multiplex (Fleur Cactus Cactus Echinopsis Multiplex) (1)
  Echinopsis Oxygona (Echinopsis Oxygona) (2)
  Edible Muscari (Muscari Comosum) (15)
  Ee-lang Ee-lang (Cananga Odorata) (1)
  Eggplant (solanum Melongena) (7)
  Eichhornia Crassipes (eichhornia Crassipes) (12)
  Elder (sambucus) (10)
  Elder-flowered Orchid (Dactylorhiza Sambucina) (2)
  Elderberry (Sambucus Nigra) (1)
  Elecampane (Inula Helenium) (5)
 Emilia Fosbergii Elecampane (Inula Helenium) (0)
  Emilia Fosbergii (Emilia Fosbergii) (1)
  Epidendrum (Epidendrum) (2)
  Epimedium Pinnatum Colchicum (Epimedium Pinnatum Colchicum) (1)
  Epiphyllum Hybride (Epiphyllum Hybride) (1)
  Eremurus (Eremurus) (1)
  Eremurus Tap Danse (Eremurus Tap Danse) (1)
  Erica (40)
  Erigeron (Erigeron) (2)
  Eriophorum (5)
  Eriophorum Vaginatum (Eriophorum Vaginatum) (1)
  Erodium Glandulosum (Erodium Glandulosum) (1)
  Erodium Moschatum (Erodium Moschatum) (5)
  Erysimum Cheiri (erysimum Cheiri) (51)
  Erythrina (Erythrina) (3)
  Erythronium Pagoda (Erythronium Pagoda) (1)
  Escallonia 'Apple Blossom' (Escallonia 'Apple Blossom') (3)
  Eschscholzia (57)
  Eugenia (1)
  Euphorbia (30)
  Euphorbia Characias (Euphorbia Characias) (13)
  Euphorbia Characias Tasmanian Tige (Euphorbia Characias Tasmanian Tige) (1)
Fleur Euphorbe De Griffith a euphorbe 1252 1280 fei Euphorbia Griffithii (euphorbia Griffithii) (12) NEW
Spurge Griffith whose flowering orange is a perennial. Nice stems green to reddish brown. Flowering in may-July. It produces fruits similar to capers.
  European Barberry (berberis Vulgaris) (4)
  European Black Elderberry (Sambucus Nigra) (9)
  European Cornel (Cornus Mas) (2)
  European Heliotrope (Heliotropium Europaeum) (3)
  European Larch (larix Decidua) (4)
  European Peony (Paeonia Officinalis) (7)
  European Spindle (euonymus Europaeus) (8)
  European Wild Apple (Malus Sylvestris) (2)
  Eustoma (eustoma Russellianum) (7)
  Evening Primrose (oenothera) (7)
  Evening Primrose (oenothera) (20)
  Evergreen Candytuft (Iberis Sempervirens) (1)
  Evergreen Candytuft (iberis Sempervirens) (12)



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  Fairy Fan Flower (Scaevola Aemula) (2)
  False Spiraea (Sorbaria Sorbifolia) (1)
  False Spiraea (Sorbaria Sorbifolia) (1)
  False Yellowhead (Dittrichia Viscosa) (5)
  Fatsia (Fatsia) (3)
  Feijoa Sellowiana (Pineapple Guava) (10)
  Felwort (Swertia Perennis) (4)
  Ferula Communis (Ferula Communis) (2)
  Feverfew (Tanacetum Parthenium) (1)
  Field Chickweed (cerastium Arvense) (5)
  Field Eryngo (Eryngium Campestre) (1)
  Field Horsetail (Equisetum Arvense) (1)
  Field Marigold. (Calendula Arvensis) (3)
Fleur Scabieuse Des Champs a scabieuse dscn1369 1280 fei Field Scabious (Knautia Arvensis) (23) NEW
The atropurpurea is a perennial plant that grows readily in the wild in the meadows and woods. The atropurpurea used for its therapeutic properties for the treatment of scabies and other skin diseases such as ringworm. Sudorific and depurative, it was recommended against the flu.
  Field Sow Thistle (sonchus Arvensis) (5)
  Filipendula Rubra (Filipendula Rubra) (1)
  Fire Lily (Lilium Bulbiferum) (2)
  Fire Vine (Ipomoea Lobata) (3)
  Firethorn (pyracantha) (12)
  Five-leaf Akebia (5)
  Flame Of The Wood (Ixora Coccinea) (2)
  Flax (Linum Usitatissimum) (3)
  Flax-leaved Daphne (daphne Gnidium) (4)
  Fleabane (10)
Fleur 8045 fleurs du jardin Flower (208) NEW
... May 18, 2018, a small flowerbed of the garden, the rock rose, brought back from the mountains have taken it well !
  Flower Bed (16)
  Flower-of-an-Hour (Hibiscus Trionum) (1)
  Flowering Dagwood (Cornus Florida) (2)
  Flowering Flax (Linum Grandiflorum) (14)
  Flowering Rush (Butomus Umbellatus) (3)
  Fool's Parsley (Aethusa Cynapium) (1)
  Forget-me-nots (myosotis) (50)
  Forsythia (forsythia X Intermedia) (84)
  Fountain Grass (pennisetum Alopecuroides) (10)
  Foxgloves (digitalis) (58)
  Fragrant Virgins Bower (Clematis Flammula) (2)
  Freesia (30)
  French Lavender (Lavandula Stoechas) (23)
  French Marigold (Tagetes Patula) (26)
  Friar's Cow (arisarum Vulgare) (3)
  Fringed Iris (Iris Japonica) (2)
  Fringed Pink (Dianthus Hyssopifolius Subsp. Hyssopifolius) (2)
  Fringed Rue (Ruta Chalepensis) (1)
  Fritillaria (3)
  Fritillaria Tubiformis (Fritillaria Tubiformis) (2)
  Fuchsia (70)
  Fuller's Teasel (Dipsacus Fullonum) (9)
  Fumaria Officinalis (Fumaria Officinalis) (10)
  Fuzzy Deutzia (Deutzia Scraba) (1)
  Fuzzy Thunbergia (Thunbergia Battiscombei) (3)
  Galéga (Galéga) (1)



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  Galium Cruciata (Galium Cruciata) (2)
  Garden Loosestrife (Lysimachia Vulgaris) (4)
  Garden Loosestrife (lysimachia) (7)
  Garden Sage (salvia Officinalis) (4)
  Garden Speedwell (Veronica Longifolia L.) (1)
  Gardenia (4)
  Gardenia (3)
  Garland Chrysanthemum (Chrysanthème Couronné) (1)
  Garland Flower (3)
  Garlic Mustard (Alliaria Petiolata) (10)
  Gazania (gazania Rigens) (137)
  Gentian (42)
  Gentian Country (Gentianella Campestris) (3)
  Gentiana Delphinensis Beauverd (Gentiana Delphinensis Beauverd) (2)
  Gentiana Punctata (Gentiana Punctata) (1)
  Gentianopsis Ciliata (Gentianopsis Ciliata) (3)
  Geranium (92)
  Geranium Himalayense Plenum (Geranium Himalayense Plenum) (1)
  Geranium Phaeum (Geranium Phaeum) (2)
  Geranium Pratense (Geranium Pratense) (5)
  Geranium Sylvaticum (Geranium Sylvaticum) (10)
Fleur Géranium Vivace a tournay solvay 1239 1280 fei Geranium X Magnificum (64) NEW
These geraniums perennials under the trees in groundsheet. They are native to the Balkans and resist to frost in our region.
  Geranium X Oxonianum 'Katherine Adele' (Geranium X Oxonianum 'Katherine Adele') (2)
  Gerbera (82)
  Geum (18)
  Giant Bellflower (campanula Latifolia) (2)
  Giant Elephant Ear (Alocasia Macrorrhiza) (4)
  Giant Hogweed (heracleum Mantegazzianum) (4)
  Giant Orchid (Barlia Robertiana) (3)
  Giant Spear Lily (Doryanthes Palmeri) (5)
  Gladiolus (40)
  Gladiolus Dubius (Gladiolus Dubius) (2)
  Globe Amaranth (Gomphrena Globosa) (3)
  Globe Amaranths (gomphrena Globosa) (1)
  Globe Candytuft (Thlaspi Umbellatta) (2)
  Globe-flower (trollius Europaeus) (16)
  Globularia (7)
  Globularia Alypum (Globularia Alypum) (2)
  Gloriosa (6)
  Glory Bushes (tibouchina) (9)
  Goat S Beard (Aruncus Dioicus) (2)
  Goat Willow (salix Caprea) (11)
  Goat's Rue (Galega Officinalis) (2)
  Goatsbeards (salsify) (34)
  Golden Dewdrop (Duranta Erecta) (1)
  Golden Everlasting (Xerochrysum Bracteatum) (1)
  Golden Samphire (Inula Crithmoides) (3)
  Golden Shower Tree (Cassia Fistula) (3)
  Golden Shrimp Plant (pachystachys Lutea) (5)
  Golden Thistle (Scolymus Hispanicus) (4)
  Golden Trumpet (allamanda Cathartica) (15)
  Golden Trumpet (Allamanda Cathartica) (2)
  Goldenmane (Coreopsis Basalis) (3)
  Goldenray (ligularia) (3)
  Goldmoss Stonecrop (Sedum Acre) (5)
  Gooseneck Loosestrife (Lysimachia Clethroides) (3)
  Gorse (ulex) (24)
  Gossypium (1)
  Grape Hyacinth (muscari Botryoides) (52)
  Grape Hyacinths (Muscari Armeniacum) (2)
  Graptopetalum (graptopetalum) (1)
  Grass Lily (ornithogalum Umbellatum) (15)
  Grass-poly (Lythrum Hyssopifolia) (2)
  Great Masterwort (astrantia Major) (8)
  Great Willowherb (epilobium Hirsutum) (11)
  Great Yellow Gentian (gentiana Lutea) (7)
  Greater Burdock (Arctium Lappa) (1)
  Greater Celandine (chelidonium Majus) (7)
  Greater Celandine (Chelidonium Majus) (1)
  Greater Knapweed (Centaurea Scabiosa) (8)
  Greater Musk-mallow (malva Alcea) (32)
  Greater Stitchwort (stellaire Holostée) (4)
  Green-veined Orchid (Anacamptis Morio) (6)
  Grevillea Gillivrayi (Grevillea Gillivrayi) (2)
  Grevillea Rosmarinifolia (Grevillea Rosmarinifolia) (2)
  Ground Ivy (Glechoma Herderacea) (1)
  Ground-elder (Aegopodium Podagraria) (2)
  Guaiacum Officinale (Guaiacum Officinale) (1)
  Guzmania (6)
  Gymnocalycium Horstii (Gymnocalycium Horstii) (1)
  Haemanthus Multiflorus (Haemanthus Multiflorus) (1)



H ^

  Harebell (Campanula Rotundifolia) (3)
  Harlequio Glorybower (clerodendron Trichotomum) (5)
  Hawaiian Baby Woodrose (argyreia Nervosa) (9)
  Hawkweed (Hieracium) (15)
  Hawkweed Oxtongue (Picris Hieracioide) (1)
  Hawthorn (crataegus) (46)
  Hazel (11)
  Heartleaf Bergenia (Bergenia Cordifolia) (2)
  Heath Spotted Orchid (Dactylorhiza Maculata) (4)
  Hebe (hebe) (5)
  Hebe Pinguifolia (Hebe Pinguifolia) (3)
  Hebe X Franciscana 'variegata' (hebe X Franciscana 'variegata') (2)
  Helenium (helenium) (2)
  Helichrysum (10)
  Heliconia (16)
  Heliotropium (4)
  Helleborus (Helleborus) (5)
  Helleborus Argutifolius (Helleborus Argutifolius) (27)
  Helleborus Foetidus (helleborus Foetidus) (15)
  Hemlock (5)
  Hemp-agrimony (eupatorium Cannabinum) (9)
  Hemp-Agrimony (Eupatorium Cannabinum) (7)
  Henbit Deadnettle (Lamium Amplexicaule) (4)
  Henna (Lawsonia Inermis) (1)
  Herb Robert (geranium Robertianum) (3)
  Herb Robert (Geranium Robertianum) (9)
  Hibiscus (438)
  Hibiscus Tiliaceus (Hibiscus Tiliaceus) (2)
  Himalayan Balsam (impatiens Glandulifera) (14)
  Himalayan Blue Poppy (Meconopsis Betonicifolia) (5)
  Hoary Cress (Lepidium Draba) (2)
  Hoary Ragwort (Jacobaea Erucifolia) (1)
  Honey Euryops (1)
  Honeysuckle (54)
Fleur Marronnier fleur de marronnier marronnier en fleurs 14052019 Horse-chestnut (aesculus Hippocastanum) (18) NEW
May 14, 2019 : the chestnut trees are rather rare in my area, on the flanks of the Massif Central to a quarantine of kms from home. Currently they are in bloom. I took the opportunity while they are inaccessible.
  Horseshoe Vetch (Hippocrepis Comosa) (1)
Fleur Hosta a tournay solvay 1301 1280 fei Hosta (Hosta) (11) NEW
A huge audience of foliage of hosta big enough and nice height including a red tulip to emerge... the stem must be super long.
  Hosta 'Halcyon' (Hosta 'Halcyon') (2)
  Hottentot Fig (Carpobrotus Acinaciformis) (30)
  Houseleek (36)
  Houttuynia Cordata (Houttuynia Cordata) (1)
  Hyacinthoides Italica (Hyacinthoides Italica) (1)
  Hydrangea Macrophylla Bella (Hydrangea Macrophylla Bella) (2)
 Morène Hydrangea Macrophylla Bella (Hydrangea Macrophylla Bella) (0)
  Hylotelephium Telephium (Hylotelephium Telephium) (1)
  Hyoscyamus Albus (Hyoscyamus Albus) (3)
  Hyoseris (Hyoseris Radiata) (1)
  Hypericum (hypericum) (67)
  Hypericum (1)
  Hypericum Hidcote (Hypericum Hidcote) (4)
  Hypochaeris Radicata (Hypochaeris Radicata) (1)



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  Iberis (9)
  Impatiens (18)
  Impatiens Balfourii (Impatiens Balfourii) (3)
  Impatiens Balsamina (Impatiens Balsamina) (1)
  Indian Fig Opuntia Or Barbary Fig (Opuntia Ficus-indica) (28)
  Indian Lotus (nelumbo Nucifera) (103)
  Inula (1)
  Ipomée Quamoclit (Ipomée Quamoclit) (2)
  Ipomoea (32)
Fleur Iris fleur iris 20190522 Iris (591) NEW
Delicious amoena petals pure white, and the sepals much pink adorned with a beautiful beard red, and the scent of orange blossom !
  Iris Germanica (Iris Germanica) (2)
  Iris Gracchus (Iris Gracchus) (1)
  Iris Hollandica (Iris Hollandica) (50)
  Italian Arum (Arum Italicum) (8)
Fleur Buglosse D Italie buglosse d italie buglosse fleurs bleues et roses Italian Bugloss (Anchusa Azurea) (16) NEW
May 14, 2019 : in through the field where grew buglosses Italy in large numbers I discovered these a few shoots with both blue flowers and pink flowers.
  Italian Gladiolus (Gladiolus Italicus Mill) (1)
  Ivy (hedera) (11)
  Ivy Broomrape (Orobanche Hederae) (2)
  Ivy-leaf Geranium (pelargonium Peltatum) (9)
  Jack-in-the-Pulpit (Arisaema Triphyllum) (1)



J ^

  Jacob's Ladder (polemonium Caeruleum Azuro) (5)
  Jacobinia Suberecta (Jacobinia Suberecta) (1)
  Jade Plant (crassula Ovata) (8)
  Japanese Cherry (prunus Serrulata) (78)
  Japanese Cherry (Prunus Serrulata) (47)
  Japanese Flowering Crabapple (malus Floribunda) (12)
  Japanese Knotweed (Fallopia Japonica) (6)
  Japanese Pachysandra (pachysandra Terminalis) (3)
  Japanese Pieris (Pieris Japonica) (5)
  Japanese Star Anise (illicium Anisatum) (1)
  Japonese Snowbell (Styrax Japonicus) (1)
  Jasmine (19)
  Jatropha (3)
  Jatropha Integerrima (Jatropha Integerrima) (3)
  Java Glory Bean (Clerodendrum Sspeciosum) (2)
  Java Tea (1)
  Jerusalem Sage (phlomis Fruticosa) (14)
  Jimson Weed (Datura Stramonium) (6)
  Judas Tree (Cercis Siliquastrum) (7)
  Justicia Carnea (Justicia Carnea) (2)
  Justicia Spicigera (Justicia Spicigera) (1)



K ^

  Kalanchoe (25)
  Kerria (kerria Japonica) (29)
  King Solomon's-seal (Poligonatum Multiflorum) (8)
  Kingcup (caltha Palustris) (17)
  Kingcup (caltha Palustris) (3)
  Kiwifruit (8)
  Klip Dagga (leonotis Nepetifolia) (2)
  Knautia Macedonica (Knautia Macedonica) (1)
  Kniphofia (kniphofia) (7)
  Knotted Crane's-bill (Geranium Nodosum) (1)
  Koch's Gentian (Gentiana Kochiana) (18)
  Kohleria Digitaliflora (Kohleria Digitaliflora) (1)
  Korean Bellflower (1)
Fleur Cornouiller Du Japon a cornouiller 1291 1280 fe Kousa Dogwood (cornus Kousa) (5) NEW
The tree is very beautiful at flowering time. Its flowers are composed of four white petals surrounding small, yellow flowers and green appearing just after leaves in the spring.



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  Lacy Phacelia (phacelia Tanacetifolia) (9)
  Ladies'-tresses (spiranthes) (1)
  Lady Orchid (Orchis Purpurea) (11)
  Lady Tulip (Tulipa Clusiana) (1)
  Lady's Bedstraw (Galium Verum) (1)
  Lady's Mantle (alchemilla Mollis) (1)
  Lady's Purse (calceolaria) (5)
  Lady's-slipper Orchid (cypripedium Calceolus) (43)
  Lamb's Ear (Stachys Byzantina) (3)
  Lamb's-ear (Stachys Lanata) (3)
  Lampranthus (4)
  Lantana Camara (lantana Camara) (49)
  Lapsana (Lapsana Communis) (5)
  Large Pink (Dianthus Superbus) (1)
  Large Yellow Foxglove (Digitalis Grandiflora) (1)
  Large-flowered Cactus (Selenicereus Grandiflorus) (1)
  Laserpitium Gallicum (Laserpitium Gallicum) (4)
  Laurel (21)
  Lavatera (54)
  Lavatera Arborea (Lavatera Arborea) (6)
  Lavender (58)
  Lavender Scallops (kalanchoe Fedtschenkoi) (1)
  Leadwort (8)
  Lemon Tree (citrus Limonum) (5)
  Lenten Rose (Helleborus Orientalis) (1)
  Leonotis Leonorus (leonotis Leonorus) (5)
  Leontodon Autumnalis (Leontodon Autumnalis) (1)
  Leontopodium Alpinum (leontopodium Alpinum) (31)
  Leopard's Bane (Arnica Montana) (6)
  Leopardsbane (doronicum Orientale) (10)
  Lépidium Draba (Lépidium Draba) (1)
  Lesser Calamint (Clinopodium Nepeta) (1)
  Lesser Celandine (ranunculus Ficaria) (23)
  Lesser Celandine (Ranunculus Ficaria) (2)
  Lesser Mexican-stonecrop (Sedum Confusum) (1)
  Lesser Periwinkle (vinca Minor) (12)
  Lesser Sea-spurrey (Spergularia Marina) (1)
  Lettuce (2)
  Leucaena Leucocephala (Leucaena Leucocephala) (3)
  Lilac (syringa) (172)
  Lilac Fuchsia (Fuchsia Arborescens) (1)
  Lilacbush (aubrieta) (21)
  Lilium (lilium) (260)
  Lilium Regale (Lilium Regale) (1)
  Lily Of The Nile (Zantedeschia Aethiopica) (7)
  Lily Of The Valley (convallaria Majalis) (83)
  Limonium Vulgare (limonium Vulgare) (4)
  Linaria Repens (linaria Repens) (2)
  Lindheimer's Beeblossom (15)
  Linum (linum) (30)
  Linum Campanulatum (Linum Campanulatum) (1)
  Linum Strictum (Linum Strictum) (1)
  Lion's Tail (Agave Attenuata) (2)
  Lithospermum Purpuro Caeruleum (Lithospermum Purpuro Caeruleum) (2)
  Lobelia (4)
  Lobularia Maritima (Lobularia Maritima) (4)
  Locusts (robinia) (7)
  Lonicera Implexa (lonicera Implexa) (3)
  Lonicera Periclymenum (Lonicera Periclymenum) (2)
  Lotus Berthelotii (Lotus Berthelotii) (1)
  Lotus Maritimus (Tetragonolobus Maritimus) (1)
  Lovage (Levisticum Officinale) (2)
  Love-in-a-mist (Nigella Damascena) (12)
  Love-lies-bleeding (amaranthus Caudatus) (6)
  Love-lies-bleeding (amaranthus Caudatus) (6)
  Ludwigia (5)
  Lungwort (Pulmonaria) (9)
  Lupine (lupinus Perennis) (39)
  Lycaste (Lycaste) (1)
  Lysimachia Punctata (Lysimachia Punctata) (4)



M ^

  Madagascar Jasmine (Stephanotis Floribunda) (2)
  Madagascar Periwinkle (Catharanthus Roseus) (4)
  Magnolia (168)
  Magnolia Stellata (Magnolia Stellata) (14)
  Mahonia (32)
  Maize (zea Mays) (5)
  Majorcan Hellebore (Helleborus Lividus) (25)
  Malabar Nut (adhatoda Vasica) (1)
  Malephora Crocea (malephora Crocea) (6)
  Mall-leaved Plane (2)
  Mallow Bindweed (Convolvulus Althaeoides) (1)
  Mallow Stork's-bill (erodium Malacoides) (5)
  Mandevilla (21)
  Mandevilla X Amabilis (Mandevilla X Amabilis) (1)
  Mangifera Indica (mangifera Indica) (2)
  Mangles' Kangaroo-paw ' (Anigozanthos Manglesii) (2)
  Maple (5)
  Marigold (Tagetes Minuta) (1)
  Marigold Flower (67)
  Marsh Helleborine (Epipactis Palustris) (1)
  Marsh Thistle (cirsium Palustre) (2)
  Marshmallow (Althaea Officinalis) (2)
  Martynia Louisiana (proboscidea Louisianica) (1)
  Matthiola Sinuata (Matthiola Sinuata) (4)
  Mauve Rose (46)
  Meadow Foxtail (Alopecurus Pratensis) (2)
  Meadow Sage (Salvia Pratensis) (5)
Fleur Salsifis Des Prés salsifi sauvage salsifi sauvage 07052019 Meadow Salsify (Tragopogon Pratensis) (7) NEW
May 7, 2019 : the salsify or wild salsify meadow is a herbaceous plant edible. Fruit surmounted by an aigrette bristles plumose reminiscent of the dandelion.
  Meadowrue (Thalictrum) (2)
  Meadowsweet (spiraea) (1)
  Medinilla Magnifica (medinilla Magnifica) (7)
  Mediterranean Sea Holly (Eryngium Bourgatii) (1)
  Melampyrum (Melampyrum) (1)
  Melilotus Officinalis (Melilotus Officinalis) (1)
  Metrosideros Polymorpha (Metrosideros Polymorpha) (3)
  Mexican Shrimp Plant (Justicia Brandegeeana) (5)
  Mexican Sunflower (tithonia Rotundifolia) (3)
  Mezereon (Daphne Mezereum) (3)
  Military Orchid (Orchis Militaris) (1)
  Milky Bellflower (Campanula Lactiflora) (1)
  Mimosa (mimosa) (99)
  Minnie Root (Ruellia Tuberosa) (7)
  Mirabilis Jalapa (mirabilis Jalapa) (33)
  Missouri Evening Primrose (Oenothera Missouriensis) (2)
  Mltnps (Miltoniopsis) (14)
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  Myrtle (myrtus) (7)
  Myrtle Leaf (Polygala Myrtifolia) (6)
  Myrtle Spurge (Euphorbia Myrsinites) (1)



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  Naranjilla (Solanum Quitoense) (3)
  Narcissus (178)
  Narcissus-flowered Anemone (Anemone Narcissiflora) (2)
  Narrow Leaved Valerian (centranthus Angustifolius) (1)
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  Nasturtium (tropaeolum) (49)
  Natal Plum (Carissa Macrocarpa) (1)
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  Night-blooming Jasmine (Cestrum Nocturnum) (1)



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  Odontoglossum (Odontoglossum) (2)
  Old Man Banksia (Banksia Serrata) (7)
  Old Man's Beard (Clematis Vitalba) (16)
  Oncidium (Oncidium) (8)
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  Orange Eye (buddleja Davidii) (38)
  Orange King (Alstroemeria Aurantiaca) (1)
Fleur Rose Orange rose orange 20190510 Orange Rose (259) NEW
The flowering of roses has begun and I you in this one, photographed in a friend, who has a wall covered with these roses, oranges, and red roses I don't know its name.
  Orchid Family (orchidaceae) (162)
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  Oriental Poppy (Papaver Orientale) (16)
  Orlaya Grandiflora (Orlaya Grandiflora) (3)
Fleur Ornithogale ornithogale douteux Ornithogalum (ornithogalum) (6) NEW
Hello after a few months of sleep, I meet you with pleasure and I offer you this photo of ornithogale. A plant native to South Africa.
  Ornithogalum Dubium (Ornithogalum Dubium) (6)
  Orobanche Arenaria (orobanche Arenaria) (1)
  Osteospermum (osteospermum) (90)
Fleur Marguerite marguerite marguerites sur fond de riviere 14052019 Oxeye Daisy (leucanthemum Vulgare) (189) NEW
May 14, 2019 : the daisies are rare in my region... here we are in the mountains 40 kms from home and this bouquet of daisies, the sun was well on the black of the ravine through which ran the river.
  Oxeye Daisy (Chrysanthemum Leucanthemum) (1)
  Oxlip (Primula Elatior) (5)



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  Phlox (phlox) (24)
  Phlox Subulata (Phlox Subulata) (4)
Fleur Photinia a photinia 1235 1280 fei Photinia (21) NEW
The Photinia, or Photinies are originating strain of the Himalayas, and Asia. It can reach a height of 5 meters and a diameter of 5 meters. It is frost hardy and can withstand temperatures of -5° to -10°.
  Physocarpus Opulifolius Diabolo (Physocarpus Opulifolius Diabolo) (1)
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  Primula (75)
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  Princess Tree (paulownia Tomentosa) (3)
Fleur Troene troene de californie ligustrum ovalifolium zoo anvers 19c29a fei 3776 Privet (6) NEW
Although bearing the vernacular name of ' privet California, it is native to Japan, where it grows naturally in groves coastal. The flowers are larger than the one that we know usually.
  Prunella (8)
  Prunella Vulgaris (Prunella Vulgaris) (3)
  Pseuderanthemum Carruthersii (Pseuderanthemum Carruthersii) (1)
  Psoralea Bitumosa (Psoralea Bitumosa) (1)
  Ptilotus Exaltus (Ptilotus Exaltus) (4)
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  Pumpkin (cucurbita Pepo) (2)
  Puncturevine (Tribulus Terrestris) (1)
  Punica (30)
  Purple (ipomoea Purpurea) (30)
  Purple Allamanda (Allamanda Blanchettii) (2)
  Purple Betony (Stachys Officinalis) (1)
  Purple Coneflower (echinacea) (46)
  Purple Crown-vetch (coronilla Varia) (5)
  Purple Gentian (gentiana Purpurea) (2)
  Purple Gromwell (Buglossoides Purpurocaerulea) (2)
  Purple Marshlocks (Comarum Palustre) (2)
  Purple Shamrock (Oxalis Triangularis) (1)
  Purple Toadflax (linaria Purpurea) (1)
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  Purple-flowered Raspberry (Rubus Odoratus) (2)
  Purple-loosestrife (lythrum Salicaria) (17)
  Purpletop Vervain (Verbena Bonariensis) (7)
  Pyramidal Orchid (Anacamptis Pyramidalis) (16)
  Pyrenean Lily (lilium Pyrenaicum) (6)



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  Queen Of The Meadows (filipendula Ulmaria) (8)
  Queen Of The Night (Selenicereus Drandiflorus) (13)
  Queen S Wreath (Petrea Volubilis) (2)
  Queen Victoria's Agave (Agave Victoriae-reginae) (1)
  Queen's Tears (bilbergia Nutans) (1)
  Queen's-Tears (Billbergia Nutans) (4)
  Queensland Umbrella Tree (Schefflera Actinophylla) (1)
  Quince (cydonia Oblonga) (17)
  Quince (4)



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  Ragged Robin (Silene Flos Cuculi) (4)
  Ragwort (Jacobaea Vulgaris) (8)
  Rampion (phyteuma) (14)
  Ramsons (allium Ursinum) (18)
  Ranunculus (ranunculus) (68)
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  Rapeseed (brassica Napus Var. Napus) (21)
  Raspberry (Rubus Idaeus) (1)
  Red And Green Kangaroo Paw (anigozanthos Manglesii) (1)
  Red Button Ginger (Costus Woodsonii) (1)
  Red Campion (silene Dioica) (8)
  Red Clover (Trifolium Pratense) (4)
  Red Flowering Currant (Ribes Sanguineum) (6)
  Red Ginger (alpinia Purpurata) (9)
  Red Ginger (Alpinia Purpurata) (1)
  Red Horsechestnut (aesculus Briottii) (6)
  Red Ironbark (Eucalyptus Sideroxylon) (2)
  Red Rose (585)
  Red Spider Lily (Lycoris Radiata) (3)
  Red Squill (urginea Maritima) (2)
  Red Valerian (Centranthus Ruber) (8)
  Red Vein Chinese Lanterns (Abutilon Striatum) (11)
  Redshank (Persicaria Maculosa) (4)
  Redstem Filaree (Erodium Cicutarium) (4)
  Reseda Luteola (Reseda Luteola) (1)
  Rhinanthus Minor (Rhinanthus Minor) (2)
  Rhipsalidopsis X "Sirius" (Rhipsalidopsis X "Sirius") (7)
Fleur Rhododendron a rododendron 1261 1280 fei Rhododendron (213) NEW
A lovely flower of rhododendron, although lurking at the foot of the tree, between light and shadow, has not escaped my gaze.
Fleur Azalée a azalee 1272 1280 fei Rhododendron (108) NEW
A multitude of a bush of azaleas of all colors. Here is a purple flower and its foliage, which will soon open enjoying the sun.
  Ribes (11)
  Ribes Aureum (Ribes Odoratum) (1)
  Ribwort Plantain (Plantago Lanceolata) (5)
  Ris Versicolor (Iris Versicolor) (3)
  Robert's Barlia (Barlia Robertiana) (1)
  Rock Rose (Helianthemum) (5)
  Rock Samphire (Crithmum Maritimum) (6)
  Rocket Larkspur (delphinium Ajacis) (10)
  Rockrose (cistus Albidus) (34)
  Rodgersia Sambucifolia (Rodgersia Sambucifolia) (1)
  Roman Camomile (anthemis Nobilis) (14)
Fleur églantine eglantine eglantine 07052019 Rosa Canina (rosa Canina) (108) NEW
May 7, 2019 : this year I have struggled to find rosehips in flower... here's a duet with a small pink button in the top right by the river.
  Rosa Double Delight (Rosa Double Delight) (3)
  Rosa Filipes Kiftsgate (Rosa Filipes Kiftsgate) (1)
  Rosa Pink Grootendorst (rosa Pink Grootendorst) (1)
  Rosa Rugosa (Rosa Rugosa) (11)
  Rosa Veilchenblau (Rosa Veilchenblau) (1)
  Rose (2123)
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  Rose Campion (lychnis Coronaria Rubra) (9)
  Rose Glory Bower (Clérodendron Bungei) (1)
  Rose Of Sharon (hibiscus Syriacus) (65)
  Rosebay Willowherb (chamerion Angustifolium) (6)
  Rosemary (rosemary) (13)
Fleur Ail Rose ail rose ail rose garrigue 06052019 Rosy Garlic (Allium Roseum) (11) NEW
May 6, 2019 : the pink garlic or garlic rosé grows in garrigue and would be edible. It is a plant, often in a clump that grows in rock gardens. I see them regularly in our garrigues.
  Rough Bindweed (Smilax Aspera) (2)
  Rough Bush-pea (Pultenaea Scabra) (1)
  Round Headed Leek (Allium Sphaerocephalon) (3)
  Round-headed (Phyteuma Orbiculare) (1)
  Round-leaved Crane's-bill (geranium Rotundifolium) (2)
  Royal Poinciana (delonix Regia) (23)
  Rudbeckia (107)
  Rumex Acetosa (Rumex Acetosa) (5)
  Russian Vine (Fallopia Baldschuanica) (3)



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  Sabi Star (adenium Obesum) (16)
  Sagittaria (Sagittaria Latifolia) (1)
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  Sago Palm (Cycas Revoluta) (2)
  Sainfoin (onobrychis) (4)
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  Salmon Bood Lily (scadoxus Multiflorus) (3)
  Salvia (20)
  SALVIA Grahamii Red Velvet (Salvia Microphylla 'Rouge') (3)
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  Santolina (8)
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  Saraca Cauliflora (Saraca Cauliflora) (1)
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  Saxifraga (10)
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  Scarlet Hibiscus (Hibiscus Coccineus) (9)
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  Scarlet Pimpernel (Anagallis Arvensis) (5)
  Schlumbergera (31)
  Scorpion Senna (coronilla Emerus) (13)
  Sea Daffodil (Pancratium Maritimum) (1)
  Sea Grape (Ephedra Distachya) (1)
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  Sea Lavender (Limonium Sinuatum) (4)
  Sea Spurge (Euphorbia Paralias) (3)
  Sea Thrift (Armeria Maritima) (5)
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  Sedum (25)
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  Shadbush (7)
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  Shell Ginger (alpinia Zerumbet) (5)
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  Shooting Star (Dodecatheon Meadia) (2)
  Shoreline Figwort (Scrophularia Auriculata) (1)
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  Shrubby Cinquefoil (Potentilla Fruticosa) (18)
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  Siberian Larkspur (delphinium Grandiflorum) (1)
  Silene (19)
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  Skyflower (Duranta Plumieri) (1)
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  Sorbus (sorbus Aucuparia) (2)
  Southern Magnolia (Magnolia Grandiflora) (26)
  Spanish Broom (Spartium Junceum) (2)
  Spanish Oyster Thistle (Scolymus Hispanicus) (5)
  Sparaxis Tricolor (Sparaxis Tricolor) (1)
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  Spathiphyllum (Spathiphyllum) (3)
  Spear Thistle (Cirsium Vulgare) (2)
  Speedwell (veronica) (27)
  Spider Lily (hymenocallis Littoralis) (6)
Fleur Tradescantia tradescantia virginiana Spiderwort (tradescantia) (7) NEW
Each year my Mayflies of Virginia me delight when they bloom again Each flower lasts only a day but the flowers are renewed every day It is a hardy plant, perennial, a native of the eastern united States. I can't resist to mail you one this year
  Spiny Golden Star (pallenis Spinosa) (10)
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  Spiraea Chamaedryfolia (Spiraea Chamaedryfolia) (1)
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  Spotted Deadnettle (Lamium Maculatum) (1)
  Spreading Bellflower (Campanula Patula) (1)
  Sprekelia Formosissima (Sprekelia) (1)
  Spring Pasque Flower (Pulsatilla Vernalis) (6)
  Spring Snowflake (leucojum) (10)
  Spring Star Flower (Ipheion Uniflorum) (14)
  Spring Vetchling (lathyrus Vernus) (10)
  Spurge Olive (Cneorum Tricoccon) (1)
  Squash (5)
  Squill (scilla) (9)
  Squirting Cucumber (Ecballium Elaterium) (8)
  St Bernard's Lily (Anthericum Liliago) (2)
  Stachys Palustris (Stachys Palustris) (3)
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  Staehelina Dubia (Staehelina Dubia) (3)
  Stanhopea Orchid (Stanhopea) (1)
  Stapelia Nobilis (Stapelia Nobilis) (2)
  Star Jasmine (Trachelospermum Jasminoides) (7)
  Star Of Bethlehem (hippobroma Longiflora) (20)
  Star Of Bethlehem (Ornithogalum Dubium) (1)
  Star Of Persia Flower (Allium Christophii) (3)
  Star Thistle ((centaurea Scabiosa)) (33)
  Stinking Iris (Iris Foetidissima) (4)
  Stitchwort (stellaria) (1)
  Stoke's Aster (stokesia Laevis Blue Star) (3)
  Strawberries (Fragaria) (17)
  Strawberry Tree (arbutus Unedo) (4)
  Sugarbushes (protea) (6)
  Sun Spurge (Euphorbia Helioscopia) (2)
  Sundew (7)
  Sunflower (helianthus Annuus) (254)
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  Sweet Alyssum (Lobularia Maritima) (1)
  Sweet Orange (9)
  Sweet Pea (lathyrus Odoratus) (58)
  Sweet Pitcher Plant (sarracenia Rubra) (2)
  Sweet William Catchfly (Silene Armeria) (1)
  Syzygium Jambos (syzygium Jambos) (1)



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  Tabernaemontana Divaricata (Tabernaemontana Divaricata) (4)
  Tacca (6)
  Tamarix (26)
  Tamaya (7)
  Tanacetum (tanacetum Vulgare) (6)
  Taraxacum (araxacum Officinale) (279)
  Tecoma Stans (Tecoma Stans) (2)
  Teucrium (5)
  Thale Cress (Arabidopsis Thaliana) (1)
  Thanksgiving Cactus (schlumbergera) (18)
  Thapsia Villosa (Thapsia Villosa) (1)
  Thistle (232)
  Thistles (cirsium) (10)
  Thorntrees (8)
  Thorny Broom (Calicotome Spinosa) (8)
  Thrift (armeria) (5)
  Thunbergia Erecta (Thunbergia Erecta) (1)
  Thyme (Thymus) (6)
  Tickseed (10)
Fleur Tilleul tenreuken 0985 1280 fei Tilia (7) NEW
Enjoying a sunny morning in mid-April, the nose in the air I see the beautiful yellow flowers 'a linden tree.
  Tillandsia Ionantha (tillandsia Ionantha) (9)
  Titan Arum (Amorphophallus Titanum) (5)
  Toad Lilies (tricyrtis) (6)
  Tomato (solanum Lycopersicum) (13)
  Toothwort (lathraea) (3)
  Topinambour (helianthus Tuberosus) (13)
  Torch Ginger (etlingera Elatior) (20)
  Tordylium Maximum (Tordylium Maximum) (1)
  Tower Of Jewels, Red Bugloss, Tenerife Bugloss (Echium Wildpretii) (2)
  Tradescantia (6)
  Tradescantia Virginian (tradescantia Virginiana.) (21)
  Trailing Iceplant (delosperma Cooperi) (45)
  Tree Heath (Erica Arborea) (2)
  Tree Marigold (tithonia Diversifolia) (3)
  Tree Medick (medicago Arborea) (8)
Fleur Pivoine Arbustive pivoine 0802 1280 fei Tree Peony (Paeonia Suffruticosa) (24) NEW
The peonies shrub forming small shrubs, not exceeding 3, 5 m in height. They have their place in small spaces such as front gardens in front of houses.
  Trifolium Alpinum (Trifolium Alpinum) (3)
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May 14, 2019 : red valerian taken in the shade... I changed the iso and set aperture and speed, now it's going to. I must go and retrieve the seeds to put in my garden, I only have valerian pink.
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This wisteria flower each year on this front. The fragrance of the wisteria is appreciated in perfumery, it enters into the composition of the perfume brands.
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... May 02, 2018 ? This beautiful rose yellow climbing rose of the garden of the door of entry that gives on the street!!!!!
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