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> Identifier votre fleur
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  Adenostyles Alliariae (Adenostyles Alliariae) (1)
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  Aechmea Distichantha (Aechmea Distichantha) (5)
  Aechmea Penduliflora (Aechmea Penduliflora) (1)
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  Agave (agave) (15)
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  Alicia Mussaenda (Alicia Mussaenda) (3)
  Alkanet (Alkanna Tinctoria) (1)
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  Allium (allium) (17)
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  Almond (prunus Dulcis) (62)
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  Aloysia Virgata (Aloysia Virgata) (3)
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  Alpine Anemone (pulsatilla Alpina) (98)
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  Apple Tree (71)
  Aptenia 'red Apple' (aptenia Cordifolia) (2)
  Aptenia Cordifolia (Aptenia Cordifolia) (1)
  Aquilegia (132)
Fleur Ancolie Des Alpes ancolie des alpes Aquilegia Alpina (Aquilegia Alpina) (2) NEW
At the beginning, when I saw this flower, I thought I had to deal with a delphinium. This is only after checking that I understood that it was a foul grass.
  Arabian Jasmine (Jasminum Sambac) (2)
  Araujia Sericofera (Araujia Sericofera) (3)
  Aristolochia Clematitis (Aristolochia Clematitis) (1)
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  Artichoke (cynara Scolymus) (37)
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  Aster (52)
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  Baby Sage (Salvia Microphylla 'Hot Lips') (5)
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  Banksian Rose (rosa Banksiae Lutea) (15)
  Bartsia Trixago (Bartsia Trixago) (1)
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  Bear's Breeches (acanthus Mollis) (4)
  Bearberry (Arctostaphylos Uva-ursi) (1)
  Beard-tongue (penstemon) (5)
  Bee Orchid (Ophrys Apifera) (13)
  Bee Orchids (6)
  Begonia (65)
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  Bégonia X Erythrophylla (Bégonia X Erythrophylla) (1)
  Bell Tree Dahlia (Dahlia Imperialis) (2)
  Belladonna Lily (hippeastrum) (89)
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  Bengal Trumpet (thumbergia Grandiflora) (4)
  Bergamot (monarda Didyma) (3)
  Bergenia (bergenia) (8)
  Bermuda Buttercup (Oxalis Pes Caprae) (10)
  Bertoloni's Bee Orchid (Ophrys Bertolonii) (2)
  Big Betony (Stachys Macrantha) (1)
  Big Blue Lilyturf (Liriope Muscari) (3)
Fleur Hortensia hortensias 0085 1280 fei Bigleaf Hydrangea (hydrangea Macrophylla) (253) NEW
A multitude of flowers on the sidewalk, here's a nice ball of hydrangeas white. The lady interview her flowers and she can be proud of its mini garden.
  Bikkia (1)
  Bilberry (vaccinium Myrtillus) (7)
  Bindweed (69)
  Bird Of Paradise (Caesalpinia Gilliesii) (1)
  Bird's-foot Trefoil (lotus Corniculatus) (18)
  Birthworts (aristolochia) (6)
Fleur Renouée Bistorte renouee bistorte 20180613 Bistort (persicaria Bistorta) (12) NEW
I had never seen this species of knotweed that I have taken for the plantain. The only one I know of is Japanese knotweed.
  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)
Fleur Suzanne Aux Yeux Noirs suzanne 0070 1280 fei Black-eyed Susan Vine (Thunbergia Alata) (4) NEW
The lily appears very early in the Bible as an evocation of the traditional people of Israel. The term for the lily, chochana, was given the first name Suzanne. Under the roman Empire, the lily flower with its six petals was engraved on the tombs of the jews of the catacombs, and its styling has resulted in the six-pointed star.
  Blackberry (rubus) (11)
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  Bladder Campion (Silene Vulgaris) (2)
  Bladder-cherry (physalis Alkekengi) (26)
  Blanket Flower (gaillardia) (71)
  Blessed Milkthistle (Silybum Marianum) (5)
  Bletilla Striata (Bletilla Striata) (4)
  Blood Sage (Salvia Coccinea) (1)
  Bloodroot (Sanguinaria Canadensis) (2)
  Bloody Cranesbill (geranium Sanguineum) (8)
  Bloody Cranesbill (Potentilla Aurea) (2)
  Blue Bugle (Ajuga Reptans) (7)
  Blue Daisy (felicia Amelloides) (15)
  Blue Globe Thistle (echinops Bannaticus) (44)
  Blue Porterweed (Stachytarpheta Jamaicensis) (2)
  Blue Shades (Anemone Blanda) (7)
  Blue-eyed-grass (sisyrinchium Bermudianum) (2)
  Bluebeard (caryoptéris) (9)
  Borago (41)
  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 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 (53)
Fleur Cytise cytise faux ebenier Broom (17) NEW
Several weeks ago, I introduced you to the fruits of the laburnum fake-ebenier. Here, it is flowers.
  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 (213)
  Burdock (8)
  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)
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  Calabash Tree (Crescentia Cujete) (1)
  California Flannelbush (Fremontodendron Californicum) (2)
  California Poppy (Eschscholzia Californica) (12)
  California Tree Poppy (Romneya Coulteri) (1)
  Camelia (164)
Fleur Campanule Raiponce campanule raiponce 2173 Campanula Rapunculus (Campanula Rapunculus) (6) NEW
The bellflower rapunzel is a herb biennial of the family of Campanulacées. I was able to observe quite well in a meadow, not mowed on La Hulpe - Belgium.
  Campion (silène) (2)
  Canada Anemone (Anemone Canadensis) (1)
  Canada Goldenrod (Solidago Canadensis) (1)
  Canada Goldenrod (solidago Canadensis) (11)
  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) (47)
  Cannonball Tree (Couroupita Guianensis) (1)
  Canterbury Bells (Campanula Medium) (2)
  Cape Aloe (Aloe Ferox) (1)
  Cape Figwort (Phygelius Capensis) (1)
  Cape Primrose (Streptocarpus Saxorum) (1)
  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 (17)
  Carrot (daucus Carota) (29)
  Cassia (6)
  Castor Plant (Ricinus Communis) (21)
  Catananche (catananche Caerulea) (15)
Fleur Catalpa nature fleur catalpa Catawba (11) NEW
June 10, 2018 : we discovered this catalpa in full bloom in the subdivision neighbor. Photo made in the shade and backlit.
  Cathedral Deep Blue (salvia Farinacea) (6)
  Catnip (3)
  Catsfoot (Antennaria Dioica) (1)
  Cattleya (16)
  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 (77)
  Chalk Milkwort (Polygala Calcarea) (2)
  Chameleon Houttuynia (houttuynia Cordata Chameleon) (3)
  Chamomile (28)
  Chenopodiaceae (2)
  Cherry (84)
  Cherry Laurel (Prunus Laurocerasus) (10)
  Chicory (Cichorium Intybus L.) (1)
  Chicory (16)
  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) (1)
  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) (39)
  Chrysanthemum (126)
  Churur (ochroma Cyaneum) (5)
  Cistus (42)
  Cistus Ladanifer (cistus Ladanifer) (9)
  Citharexylum Spinosum (Citharexylum Spinosum) (1)
  Clary Sage (Salvia Sclarea) (1)
  Cleistocactus Colademononis (Cleistocactus Colademononis) (1)
  Clematis (278)
  Clematis Armandii (Clematis Armandii) (4)
  Clematis Jackman (Clematis Jackmanii) (4)
  Cleome (cleome Spinosa) (51)
  Clerodendrum (10)
  Clerodendrum Bungei (Clerodendrum Bungei) (1)
  Clerodendrum Philippinum (Clerodendrum Philippinum) (1)
  Clock Vine (Thunbergia Mysorensis) (2)
  Clover (trifolium) (27)
  Clustered Bellflower (Campanula Glomerata) (3)
  Clustered Carline Thistle (Carlina Corymbosa) (1)
  Cnicothamnus Lorentzii (Cnicothamnus Lorentzii) (1)
  Coachwhip (4)
  Coast Banksia (Banksia Integrifolia) (2)
Fleur Joubarbe A Toile D Araignée joubarbe toile d araigne 769 e Cobweb Houseleek (Sempervivum Arachnoideum) (3) NEW
On the col Agnel, the rock are in part colonized by joubarbe spider's web. I found it interesting to make a photo in the style of 'texture'.
  Cochlospermum Tinctorium (Cochlospermum Tinctorium) (1)
  Cockscomb (Celosia Cristata) (5)
  Cockscombs (celosia) (10)
  Cockspur Coral (erythrina Crista-galli) (7)
  Codiaeum Variegatum (Codiaeum Variegatum) (3)
  Coffea (1)
  Colchicum Autumnale (Colchicum Autumnale) (21)
  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 (73)
  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) (2)
  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) (181)
  Common Dogwood (Cornus Sanguinea) (5)
  Common Evening (Oenothera Biennis) (1)
  Common Foxglove (Digitalis Purpurea) (11)
  Common Gorse (Ulex Europaeus) (1)
  Common Hogweed (heracleum Sphondylium) (5)
Fleur Rose Trémière rose tremiere 20180614 Common Hollyhock (alcea Rosea) (216) NEW
The hollyhocks are starting to bloom in the Charente Maritime. Here are the result of a test on the proxi-photo (to be distinguished from the macro-picture) . Here is the first critical, the mine : the heart is not bright enough and if an insect had the idea to invite, it would have been more alive.
  Common Hop (Humulus Lupulus) (3)
  Common Houseleek (Sempervivum Tectorum) (6)
  Common Mallow (Malva Sylvestris) (22)
  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)
Fleur Coquelicot coquelicot 8285 1280 fei Corn Poppy (papaver Rhoeas) (573) NEW
Returning from my walk this morning, I saw on the construction site in front of me many poppies. It has been my preference.
Fleur Centaurée Des Montagnes centaure 769 e des montagnes Cornflower (Centaurea Montana) (44) NEW
During these first two days, I've discovered, in the Queyras, a flora spectacular (and something tell me that this is not finished). For example, the cornflower of the mountains that I had encure ever seen.
  Cornflower (centaurea Cyanus) (50)
  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)
Fleur Cosmos cosmos 0087 1280 fei Cosmos (228) NEW
Cosmos is a native of Arizona (United States), Mexico, Guatemala and Costa Rica. It is cultivated in gardens, but is also found wild in much of North America. These are planted on the trottoire.
  Cota Tinctoria (Anthemis Tinctoria) (3)
  Cotoneaster (Cotoneaster) (5)
  Cotton Thistle (Onopordum Acanthium) (6)
  Cottongrass (eriophorum) (11)
  Cow Parsley (Anthriscus Sylvestris) (1)
  Cow Pea (macroptilium Lathyroides) (1)
  Cowslip (primula Veris) (21)
  Crabtree (Malus) (3)
  Crane Flower (strelitzia Reginae) (36)
  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 (233)
  Crosswort (phuosis Stylosa) (3)
  Crotalaria Retusa (Crotalaria Retusa) (3)
  Crown Flower (Calotropis Gigantea) (1)
  Crown Imperial (Fritillaria Imperialis) (9)
  Cuckoo Flower (cardamine Pratensis) (17)
  Cup Of Gold Vine (Solandra Maxima) (4)
  Cup Of Gold Vine (Solandra Maxima) (2)
  Cup-and-saucer Vine (cobæa Scandens) (2)
  Cusick's Quamash (camassia Cusickii) (5)
  Cut-leaved Cranesbill (Geranium Dissectum) (5)
  Cutleaf Coneflower (Rudbeckia Laciniata) (3)
  Cyclamen (37)
  Cymbalaria Muralis (Cymbalaria Muralis) (7)
  Cymbidium (Cymbidium) (51)
  Cynoglossum Creticum (Cynoglossum Creticum) (4)
  Cypress Spurge (Euphorbia Cyparissias) (4)
  Cytinus Ruber (Cytinus Ruber) (1)



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  Daffodil (narcissus Pseudonarcissus) (175)
  Daffodils (Narcissus Dubius) (1)
  Dahlia (336)
  Dahlia 'Edge Of Joy' (Dahlia 'Edge Of Joy') (2)
  Dalmatian Chrysanthemum (Tanacetum Cinerariifolium) (2)
  Dalmation Bellflower (Campanula Muralis) (13)
  Dame’s Rocket (hesperis Matronalis) (5)
  Danewort (Sambucus Ebulus) (1)
Fleur Daphné Camélée daphne camelee Daphne Cneorum (Daphne Cneorum) (1) NEW
Apparently, I'm the first to inaugurate the 'daphne camelée'. I saw this foot to push in the rock, lord of a walk in the queyras.
  Datura (datura Stramonium) (25)
  Datura Innoxia (datura Innoxia) (2)
Fleur Hémérocalle hemerocalle 20180613 Daylily (192) NEW
Always color shades subtle in these day lilies in orange, which adorn my garden and are very enjoyable to photograph each year.
  Dead Flower (20)
  Deadnettle (lamium) (13)
  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 (3)
  Dill (anethum) (2)
  Dimorphotheca (osteospermum) (118)
  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)
  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) (5)
  Echinopsis Multiplex (Fleur Cactus Cactus Echinopsis Multiplex) (1)
  Echinopsis Oxygona (Echinopsis Oxygona) (2)
  Edible Muscari (Muscari Comosum) (14)
  Ee-lang Ee-lang (Cananga Odorata) (1)
  Eggplant (solanum Melongena) (7)
  Eichhornia Crassipes (eichhornia Crassipes) (11)
  Elder (sambucus) (10)
  Elder-flowered Orchid (Dactylorhiza Sambucina) (2)
  Elderberry (Sambucus Nigra) (1)
  Elecampane (Inula Helenium) (5)
  Emilia Fosbergii (Emilia Fosbergii) (1)
 Emilia Fosbergii Emilia Fosbergii (Emilia Fosbergii) (0)
  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 (38)
  Erigeron (Erigeron) (2)
  Eriophorum (5)
  Eriophorum Vaginatum (Eriophorum Vaginatum) (1)
  Erodium Glandulosum (Erodium Glandulosum) (1)
  Erodium Moschatum (Erodium Moschatum) (4)
  Erysimum Cheiri (erysimum Cheiri) (48)
  Erythrina (Erythrina) (3)
  Erythronium Pagoda (Erythronium Pagoda) (1)
  Escallonia 'Apple Blossom' (Escallonia 'Apple Blossom') (3)
  Eschscholzia (56)
  Eugenia (1)
  Euphorbia (26)
  Euphorbia Characias (Euphorbia Characias) (9)
  Euphorbia Characias Tasmanian Tige (Euphorbia Characias Tasmanian Tige) (1)
  Euphorbia Griffithii (euphorbia Griffithii) (10)
  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) (3)
  European Peony (Paeonia Officinalis) (7)
  European Spindle (euonymus Europaeus) (8)
  European Wild Apple (Malus Sylvestris) (2)
  Eustoma (eustoma Russellianum) (7)
  Evening Primrose (oenothera) (19)
  Evening Primrose (oenothera) (7)
  Evergreen Candytuft (iberis Sempervirens) (11)
  Evergreen Candytuft (Iberis Sempervirens) (1)



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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) (2)
  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) (2)
Fleur Scabieuse Des Champs nature fleur scabieuse des champs 20180620 Field Scabious (Knautia Arvensis) (21) NEW
June 12, 2018 : the garrigue at the foot of the tower of my village has not been mowed, so there's a lot of flowers, insects and butterflies. Here's an atropurpurea fields butinée by a few insects.
  Field Sow Thistle (sonchus Arvensis) (4)
  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 fleur 7979 1280 fei Flower (196) NEW
This pretty orange flower, and her sisters, reading the soil at the base of various shrubs. I grabbed it with a button, unfortunately I have not found his name.
  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) (48)
  Forsythia (forsythia X Intermedia) (81)
  Fountain Grass (pennisetum Alopecuroides) (10)
Fleur Digitale fleur de poison Foxgloves (digitalis) (57) NEW
Hello Here is a beautiful cluster of flower fish I don't know their true name :the 13: soon
  Fragrant Virgins Bower (Clematis Flammula) (2)
  Freesia (30)
  French Lavender (Lavandula Stoechas) (22)
  French Marigold (Tagetes Patula) (26)
  Friar's Cow (arisarum Vulgare) (3)
  Fringed Iris (Iris Japonica) (2)
  Fringed Pink (Dianthus Hyssopifolius Subsp. Hyssopifolius) (1)
  Fringed Rue (Ruta Chalepensis) (1)
  Fritillaria (3)
  Fritillaria Tubiformis (Fritillaria Tubiformis) (2)
  Fuchsia (70)
  Fuller's Teasel (Dipsacus Fullonum) (9)
  Fumaria Officinalis (Fumaria Officinalis) (9)
  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) (2)
  Garden Speedwell (Veronica Longifolia L.) (1)
  Gardenia (4)
  Gardenia (3)
  Garland Chrysanthemum (Chrysanthème Couronné) (1)
  Garland Flower (3)
  Garlic Mustard (Alliaria Petiolata) (9)
  Gazania (gazania Rigens) (141)
Fleur Gentiane gentiane acaule Gentian (42) NEW
Here is another plant that we did discover during the course : the gentiane acaule. The flower is not obvious to photograph. So, I am content to submit his heart.
  Gentian Country (Gentianella Campestris) (3)
  Gentiana Delphinensis Beauverd (Gentiana Delphinensis Beauverd) (2)
  Gentiana Punctata (Gentiana Punctata) (1)
  Gentianopsis Ciliata (Gentianopsis Ciliata) (3)
  Geranium (91)
  Geranium Himalayense Plenum (Geranium Himalayense Plenum) (1)
  Geranium Phaeum (Geranium Phaeum) (2)
Fleur Géranium Des Prés ge 769 ranium des pre 769 s fleur Geranium Pratense (Geranium Pratense) (5) NEW
There are a lot of geranium in the Queyras but until this photo, I've not really been inspired to put it in the box.
  Geranium Sylvaticum (Geranium Sylvaticum) (10)
Fleur Géranium Vivace ge 769 ranium blanc Geranium X Magnificum (60) NEW
In the Queyras can be found the geranium white, a species close enough to the geranium meadows. As you can imagine, it is distinguished by white flowers.
  Geranium X Oxonianum 'Katherine Adele' (Geranium X Oxonianum 'Katherine Adele') (2)
  Gerbera (84)
  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) (15)
  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) (3)
  Gooseneck Loosestrife (Lysimachia Clethroides) (3)
  Gorse (ulex) (24)
  Gossypium (1)
  Grape Hyacinth (muscari Botryoides) (51)
  Grape Hyacinths (Muscari Armeniacum) (2)
  Graptopetalum (graptopetalum) (1)
  Grass Lily (ornithogalum Umbellatum) (14)
  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) (6)
  Greater Celandine (Chelidonium Majus) (1)
  Greater Knapweed (Centaurea Scabiosa) (8)
Fleur Mauve mauve 8145 1280 fei Greater Musk-mallow (malva Alcea) (32) NEW
This purple was once called, in latin, Omnimorbia all the diseases, because of its softening properties for the respiratory tract useful for the treatment of a number of symptoms.
  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) (45)
  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 (14)
  Heliotropium (4)
  Helleborus (Helleborus) (3)
  Helleborus Argutifolius (Helleborus Argutifolius) (26)
  Helleborus Foetidus (helleborus Foetidus) (15)
  Hemlock (5)
  Hemp-Agrimony (Eupatorium Cannabinum) (7)
  Hemp-agrimony (eupatorium Cannabinum) (9)
  Henbit Deadnettle (Lamium Amplexicaule) (4)
  Henna (Lawsonia Inermis) (1)
  Herb Robert (Geranium Robertianum) (9)
  Herb Robert (geranium Robertianum) (3)
  Hibiscus (433)
  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)
  Horse-chestnut (aesculus Hippocastanum) (17)
  Horseshoe Vetch (Hippocrepis Comosa) (1)
  Hosta (Hosta) (10)
  Hosta 'Halcyon' (Hosta 'Halcyon') (2)
  Hottentot Fig (Carpobrotus Acinaciformis) (28)
  Houseleek (36)
  Houttuynia Cordata (Houttuynia Cordata) (1)
  Hyacinthoides Italica (Hyacinthoides Italica) (1)
  Hydrangea Macrophylla Bella (Hydrangea Macrophylla Bella) (1)
 Morène Hydrangea Macrophylla Bella (Hydrangea Macrophylla Bella) (0)
  Hylotelephium Telephium (Hylotelephium Telephium) (1)
  Hyoscyamus Albus (Hyoscyamus Albus) (3)
  Hyoseris (Hyoseris Radiata) (1)
  Hypericum (hypericum) (64)
  Hypericum (1)
  Hypericum Hidcote (Hypericum Hidcote) (3)
  Hypochaeris Radicata (Hypochaeris Radicata) (1)



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  Iberis (9)
  Impatiens (16)
  Impatiens Balfourii (Impatiens Balfourii) (3)
  Impatiens Balsamina (Impatiens Balsamina) (1)
Fleur Figuier De Barbarie nature fleur figuier de barbarie 20180620 Indian Fig Opuntia Or Barbary Fig (Opuntia Ficus-indica) (27) NEW
June 12, 2018 : last year I had missed the bloom of the Prickly pear... this year starting June 12, they began to flourish. Here is a trio with the promise of two other flowers.
  Indian Lotus (nelumbo Nucifera) (101)
  Inula (1)
  Ipomée Quamoclit (Ipomée Quamoclit) (2)
  Ipomoea (30)
Fleur Iris coeur d un iris Iris (576) NEW
It's raining. The thinning that happens is a godsend. The ideal time to attempt a shot. It is this heart of iris that catches my eye. Vision a little abstract but fantastic another world, that of flowers.
  Iris Germanica (Iris Germanica) (2)
  Iris Gracchus (Iris Gracchus) (1)
  Iris Hollandica (Iris Hollandica) (50)
  Italian Arum (Arum Italicum) (7)
  Italian Bugloss (Anchusa Azurea) (13)
  Italian Gladiolus (Gladiolus Italicus Mill) (1)
  Ivy (hedera) (10)
  Ivy Broomrape (Orobanche Hederae) (2)
  Ivy-leaf Geranium (pelargonium Peltatum) (9)
  Jack-in-the-Pulpit (Arisaema Triphyllum) (1)



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  Jacob's Ladder (polemonium Caeruleum Azuro) (5)
  Jacobinia Suberecta (Jacobinia Suberecta) (1)
  Jade Plant (crassula Ovata) (8)
  Japanese Cherry (Prunus Serrulata) (47)
  Japanese Cherry (prunus Serrulata) (77)
  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)



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  Kalanchoe (24)
  Kerria (kerria Japonica) (28)
  King Solomon's-seal (Poligonatum Multiflorum) (7)
  Kingcup (caltha Palustris) (3)
  Kingcup (caltha Palustris) (17)
  Kiwifruit (8)
  Klip Dagga (leonotis Nepetifolia) (2)
  Knautia Macedonica (Knautia Macedonica) (1)
Fleur Tritoma floraison de tritomas Kniphofia (kniphofia) (5) NEW
This year the blooms are enchainées and showers and many have, without doubt, for something, this flower is very original always makes its effect flowered, in simple or in a group.
  Knotted Crane's-bill (Geranium Nodosum) (1)
  Koch's Gentian (Gentiana Kochiana) (18)
  Kohleria Digitaliflora (Kohleria Digitaliflora) (1)
  Korean Bellflower (1)
  Kousa Dogwood (cornus Kousa) (4)



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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) (42)
  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)
Fleur Mauve En Arbre des mauves sur la dune Lavatera Arborea (Lavatera Arborea) (5) NEW
It is common to find on the coast these flowers of purple tree (or lavatera tree). The weather was grey, it was windy, the sea was a little rough and their colors were welcome
  Lavender (57)
  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) (2)
  Lesser Celandine (ranunculus Ficaria) (22)
  Lesser Mexican-stonecrop (Sedum Confusum) (1)
  Lesser Periwinkle (vinca Minor) (11)
  Lesser Sea-spurrey (Spergularia Marina) (1)
  Lettuce (2)
  Leucaena Leucocephala (Leucaena Leucocephala) (3)
Fleur Lilas lilas 8150 1280 fei Lilac (syringa) (169) NEW
A small isolated corner in the rear of the villa blanche, I saw this lilac-white that settles on the brick wall.
  Lilac Fuchsia (Fuchsia Arborescens) (1)
  Lilacbush (aubrieta) (21)
Fleur Lys lys 8273 1600 fei Lilium (lilium) (260) NEW
The lily appears very early in the Bible as an evocation of the traditional people of Israel. The term for the lily, chochana, was given the first name Suzanne. Under the roman Empire, the lily flower with its six petals was engraved on the tombs of the jews of the catacombs, and its styling has resulted in the six-pointed star.
  Lilium Regale (Lilium Regale) (1)
  Lily Of The Nile (Zantedeschia Aethiopica) (7)
  Lily Of The Valley (convallaria Majalis) (80)
  Limonium Vulgare (limonium Vulgare) (4)
  Linaria Repens (linaria Repens) (2)
  Lindheimer's Beeblossom (11)
  Linum (linum) (29)
  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) (1)
  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 (165)
Fleur Magnolia Etoilé magnolia 7444 1280 fei Magnolia Stellata (Magnolia Stellata) (12) NEW
Refined, not banal, this beautiful shrub is the earliest and most prolific flowering of the magnolias. Its white flowers and fragrant, cover the entire plant in the month of march. At the time of flowering, it is a real delight.
  Mahonia (31)
  Maize (zea Mays) (4)
  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 (71)
  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)
  Meadow Salsify (Tragopogon Pratensis) (6)
  Meadowrue (Thalictrum) (1)
  Meadowsweet (spiraea) (1)
  Medinilla Magnifica (medinilla Magnifica) (7)
  Mediterranean Sea Holly (Eryngium Bourgatii) (1)
  Melampyrum (Melampyrum) (1)
  Melilotus Officinalis (Melilotus Officinalis) (1)
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  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) (94)
  Minnie Root (Ruellia Tuberosa) (7)
  Mirabilis Jalapa (mirabilis Jalapa) (31)
  Missouri Evening Primrose (Oenothera Missouriensis) (2)
  Mltnps (Miltoniopsis) (13)
  Mock-orange (philadelphus) (24)
  Monkey Orchid (Orchis Simia) (2)
  Monkshood (Aconitum Napellus) (9)
  Monotropa (monotropa Hypopitys) (2)
  Montbretia Crocosmiiflora (montbretia Crocosmiiflora) (4)
Fleur Silène Acaule silene acaule Moss Campion (Silene Acaulis) (1) NEW
I had never seen silène acaule. Like what, the flora of the mountain can offer a lot of surprise for a guy of Provence like me : ).
  Mountain Cowslip (Primula Auricula) (2)
  Mountain Laurel (Kalmia Latifolia) (2)
 Laitue Vivace Mountain Laurel (Kalmia Latifolia) (0)
  Mountain Lettuce (Lactuca Perennis) (1)
  Mouse-ear Chickweed (Cerastium) (13)
  Mouse-ear Hawkweed (Hieracium Pilosella) (1)
  Mulberry (morus) (5)
  Musa (22)
  Muscari Neglectum (Muscari Neglectum) (5)
  Muskmelon (cucumis Melo) (3)
  Mussaenda Philippica (Mussaenda Philippica) (1)
  Myrtle (myrtus) (7)
  Myrtle Leaf (Polygala Myrtifolia) (6)
  Myrtle Spurge (Euphorbia Myrsinites) (1)



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  Narcissus (178)
  Narcissus-flowered Anemone (Anemone Narcissiflora) (2)
  Narrow Leaved Valerian (centranthus Angustifolius) (1)
  Narrow-leaved Ragwort (senecio Inaequidens) (2)
  Nasturtium (tropaeolum) (47)
  Natal Plum (Carissa Macrocarpa) (1)
  Neapolitan Garlic (Allium Neapolitanum) (1)
  Nepeta (nepeta Cataria) (4)
  Nerium Oleander (nerium Oleander) (125)
  Nettle (urtica) (12)
  Ngaio Tree (Myoporum Laetum) (1)
  Nicotiana Alata (Nicotiana Alata) (4)
  Nicotiana Silvestris (Nicotiana Silvestris) (1)
  Nicotiana Tabacum (nicotiana Tabacum) (2)
  Nicotiana Tabacum (Nicotiana Tabacum) (1)
  Night-blooming Jasmine (Cestrum Nocturnum) (1)



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  Obedient Plant (Physostegia Virginiana) (2)
  Odontoglossum (Odontoglossum) (2)
  Odontoglossum (odontoglossum) (4)
  Old Man Banksia (Banksia Serrata) (7)
  Old Man's Beard (Clematis Vitalba) (15)
  Oncidium (Oncidium) (6)
  Onobrychis Viciifolia (Onobrychis Viciifolia) (2)
  Ononis Natrix (Ononis Natrix) (1)
  Ononis Natrix (Ononis Natrix) (3)
  Ophrys Bertolonii (Ophrys Bertolonii) (2)
  Opium Poppy (papaver Somniferum) (14)
  Orange Creeper (Pyrostegia Venusta) (2)
  Orange Eye (buddleja Davidii) (35)
  Orange King (Alstroemeria Aurantiaca) (1)
Fleur Rose Orange nature fleur roses oranges 20180608 Orange Rose (252) NEW
June 3, 2018 : no sun yet today... but for once the stems are quite high. Jean-Mi we don't see pebbles and thank you for your comment on the previous photo.
  Orchid Family (orchidaceae) (161)
  Orchid Primrose (Primula Vialii) (3)
  Orchid Trees (10)
Fleur Orchis orchis 1 sur 1 Orchis (33) NEW
Here's a little flower, Orchid, I believe, found in a field. There are many in the lot. I have not cropped to the correct dimensions for FEI, because I had already made the frame and he had to start all over again.
  Orchis Provincialis (Orchis Provincialis) (1)
  Oregano (Origanum Vulgare) (2)
  Oregon-grape (mahonia Aquifolium) (9)
  Oreocereus Trollii (Oreocereus Trollii) (1)
  Oriental Paperbush (Edgworthia Chrysantha) (1)
  Oriental Poppy (Papaver Orientale) (16)
  Orlaya Grandiflora (Orlaya Grandiflora) (3)
  Ornithogalum (ornithogalum) (5)
  Ornithogalum Dubium (Ornithogalum Dubium) (6)
  Orobanche Arenaria (orobanche Arenaria) (1)
  Osteospermum (osteospermum) (87)
  Oxeye Daisy (Chrysanthemum Leucanthemum) (1)
  Oxeye Daisy (leucanthemum Vulgare) (188)
  Oxlip (Primula Elatior) (5)



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  Pachypodium Lamerei (2)
  Painted Tongue (Salpiglossis Sinuata) (3)
  Painted Trillium (trillium Undulatum) (1)
  Pallenis (2)
  Palmae (arecaceae) (10)
  Pampas Grass (cortaderia Selloana) (42)
  Papaver (papaveraceae) (280)
  Papaver Croceum (papaver Croceum) (31)
  Paphiopedilum (Paphiopedilum Glaucophyllum) (6)
  Papyrus (7)
  Pardoglossum Cheirifolium (Pardoglossum Cheirifolium) (3)
  Parnassia Palustris (Parnassia Palustris) (4)
  Paronychia Kapela (Paronychia Kapela) (4)
  Parrot Tulips (37)
  Passiflora Exoniensis. (Passiflora Exoniensis.) (1)
  Passion Flower (passiflora) (151)
  Peace Lily (Spathiphyllum Wallisii) (2)
  Peach Tree (Prunus Persica) (9)
  Peach-leaved Bellflower (Campanula Persicifolia) (14)
  Peacock Flower (Dietes Bicolor) (2)
  Peacock Flower (Gladiolus Murielae) (5)
  Peanut (Arachis Hypogaea) (1)
  Pear Tree (pyrus Communis) (17)
  Pelargonium (95)
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  Peony (paeonia) (250)
  Pepperidge Bush (7)
  Peppermint (Mentha Piperita) (1)
  Perennial Flax (Linum Narbonense) (2)
  Perennial Wall-rocket (Diplotaxis Tenuifolia) (1)
  Perforate St John's-wort (Hypericum Perforatum L.) (1)
  Periwinkle (vinca) (39)
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  Persian Speedwell (Veronica Persica) (12)
  Persicaria Campanulata (Persicaria Campanulata) (1)
  Persimmon (1)
  Petunia (120)
  Phacelia Tanacetifolia (Phacelia Tanacetifolia) (3)
  Phal (404)
  Pheasant Berry (Leycesteria Formosa) (7)
  Philadelphus Minnesota (Philadelphus Minnesota) (1)
  Philodendron Erubescens (Philodendron Erubescens) (1)
  Phlomis Herba-venti (Phlomis Herba-venti) (3)
  Phlox (phlox) (24)
  Phlox Subulata (Phlox Subulata) (3)
  Photinia (18)
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  Pickerelweed (pontederia Cordata) (1)
  Picris Albida (Picris Albida) (1)
  Pigeon Berry (Duranta Repens) (4)
  Pigeon Pea (Cajanus Cajan) (1)
  Pimpernel (anagallis) (9)
  Pineapple (ananas Comosus) (3)
  Pink Grootendorst (rosa Rugosa) (1)
  Pink Lady's Slipper (Cypripedium Acaule) (1)
  Pink Lady's Slipper (Cypripedium Acaule) (4)
  Pink Oxblood Lily (Rhodophiala Bifida) (1)
  Pink Primrose (Oenothera Speciosa) (2)
  Pink Quill (Tillandsia Cyanea) (2)
  Pink Shower Cassia (Cassia Javanica) (1)
  Pink-sorrel (Oxalis Articulata) (11)
  Pisum Sativum (Pisum Sativum) (2)
  Pitcher Plants (10)
  Plectranthus Ciliatus (Plectranthus Ciliatus) (1)
  Plum Blossom (Prunus Mume) (3)
  Plum Tree (17)
  Plumbago Capensis (plumbago Auriculata) (37)
  Plumbago Europaea (Plumbago Europaea) (2)
  Plumeria Alba (plumeria Alba) (60)
  Poinciana (Caesalpinia Pulcherrima) (1)
  Poinsettia (euphorbia Pulcherrima) (10)
  Popcorn Cassia (Cassia Didymobotrya) (2)
  Poppy Anemone (Anemone Coronaria) (5)
  Portia Tree (Thespesia Populnea) (1)
  Portuguese Squill (scilla Peruviana) (5)
  Pot Marigold (calendula Officinalis) (86)
  Potato (Solanum Tuberosum) (7)
  Potentilla Verna (potentilla Verna) (2)
  Powder-puff (6)
  Powdery Thalia (Thalia Dealbata) (3)
  Prickly Spiderflower (Grevillea Juniperina) (2)
  Pride Of Madeira (Echium Candicans) (6)
  Primrose (Primula Vulgaris) (43)
  Primula (75)
  Primula Bulleyana (Primula Bulleyana) (3)
  Princess Tree (paulownia Tomentosa) (3)
  Privet (5)
  Prunella (8)
  Prunella Vulgaris (Prunella Vulgaris) (3)
  Pseuderanthemum Carruthersii (Pseuderanthemum Carruthersii) (1)
  Psoralea Bitumosa (Psoralea Bitumosa) (1)
  Ptilotus Exaltus (Ptilotus Exaltus) (4)
  Pulicaria Dysenterica (Pulicaria Dysenterica) (1)
  Pumpkin (cucurbita Pepo) (2)
  Puncturevine (Tribulus Terrestris) (1)
Fleur Grenadier nature fleur grenadier rose 20180607 Punica (30) NEW
3 June 2018 : here is the first flower of my pomegranate pink. I'm watching now the grenadier red which is more common.
  Purple (ipomoea Purpurea) (29)
  Purple Allamanda (Allamanda Blanchettii) (2)
  Purple Betony (Stachys Officinalis) (1)
  Purple Coneflower (echinacea) (44)
  Purple Crown-vetch (coronilla Varia) (5)
  Purple Gentian (gentiana Purpurea) (2)
  Purple Gromwell (Buglossoides Purpurocaerulea) (1)
  Purple Marshlocks (Comarum Palustre) (2)
  Purple Shamrock (Oxalis Triangularis) (1)
  Purple Toadflax (linaria Purpurea) (1)
  Purple Wreath (pétrea Volubilis) (1)
  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 (4)
  Quince (cydonia Oblonga) (16)



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  Ragged Robin (Silene Flos Cuculi) (4)
  Ragwort (Jacobaea Vulgaris) (8)
  Rampion (phyteuma) (14)
  Ramsons (allium Ursinum) (18)
  Ranunculus (ranunculus) (67)
  Ranunculus Acris (Ranunculus Acris) (3)
  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) (5)
  Red Ginger (Alpinia Purpurata) (1)
  Red Ginger (alpinia Purpurata) (9)
  Red Horsechestnut (aesculus Briottii) (6)
  Red Ironbark (Eucalyptus Sideroxylon) (2)
  Red Rose (579)
  Red Spider Lily (Lycoris Radiata) (3)
  Red Squill (urginea Maritima) (2)
  Red Valerian (Centranthus Ruber) (8)
  Red Vein Chinese Lanterns (Abutilon Striatum) (10)
  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 Azalée azalee 7846 1280 fei Rhododendron (101) NEW
The Azalea of Japan is distinguished by its spring-flowering and evergreen. This azalea from Japan has flowers in bouquet white group (Rhododendron kurume).
Fleur Rhododendron rhododendron 7915 1280 fei Rhododendron (206) NEW
I lingered in front of this flower of rhododendron that I find beautiful with these 'feathers bordeaux' on the petals.
  Ribes (11)
  Ribes Aureum (Ribes Odoratum) (1)
  Ribwort Plantain (Plantago Lanceolata) (4)
  Ris Versicolor (Iris Versicolor) (4)
  Robert's Barlia (Barlia Robertiana) (1)
  Rock Rose (Helianthemum) (5)
  Rock Samphire (Crithmum Maritimum) (6)
  Rocket Larkspur (delphinium Ajacis) (9)
  Rockrose (cistus Albidus) (31)
  Rodgersia Sambucifolia (Rodgersia Sambucifolia) (1)
  Roman Camomile (anthemis Nobilis) (14)
  Rosa Canina (rosa Canina) (106)
  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)
Fleur Rose rose rose 20180616 Rose (2086) NEW
Hello I present to you this pretty in pink with these beautiful colors variegated A photo taken at the rose garden soon
  Rose Cactus (pereskia Grandifolia) (2)
  Rose Campion (lychnis Coronaria Rubra) (8)
  Rose Glory Bower (Clérodendron Bungei) (1)
  Rose Of Sharon (hibiscus Syriacus) (62)
  Rosebay Willowherb (chamerion Angustifolium) (4)
  Rosemary (rosemary) (12)
  Rosy Garlic (Allium Roseum) (10)
  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 (106)
  Rumex Acetosa (Rumex Acetosa) (5)
  Russian Vine (Fallopia Baldschuanica) (2)



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  Sabi Star (adenium Obesum) (16)
  Sagittaria (Sagittaria Latifolia) (1)
  Sagittaria Graminea (Sagittaria Graminea) (3)
  Sago Palm (Cycas Revoluta) (2)
  Sainfoin (onobrychis) (4)
  Salix Hakuro Nishiki (Salix Hakuro Nishiki) (2)
  Salmon Bood Lily (scadoxus Multiflorus) (3)
  Salvia (18)
  SALVIA Grahamii Red Velvet (Salvia Microphylla 'Rouge') (3)
  Salvia Hybride Amistad (Salvia Hybride Amistad) (1)
  Salvia Leucantha (Salvia Leucantha) (2)
  Salvia Uliginosa (salvia Uliginosa) (3)
Fleur Santoline nature fleur santoline serratifolia Santolina (8) NEW
June 10, 2018 : according to my research it is the santoline serratifolia, a shrub which blooms in July-August and that would have medicinal value. It is a plant of dry soil, and sunny. Its yellow flowers in a ball are original.
  Sanvitalia Procumbens (Sanvitalia Procumbens) (2)
  Saraca Cauliflora (Saraca Cauliflora) (1)
  Sargent Cherry (Prunus Sargentii) (1)
  Sarracenia (sarracenia) (7)
  Saxifraga (10)
  Scabiosa Columbaria (Scabiosa Columbaria) (1)
  Scarlet Hibiscus (Hibiscus Coccineus) (9)
  Scarlet Milkweed (Asclépiade Curassavica) (3)
  Scarlet Pimpernel (Anagallis Arvensis) (5)
  Schlumbergera (28)
  Scorpion Senna (coronilla Emerus) (13)
  Sea Daffodil (Pancratium Maritimum) (1)
  Sea Grape (Ephedra Distachya) (1)
  Sea Kale (Crambe Maritima) (2)
  Sea Lavender (Limonium Sinuatum) (4)
  Sea Spurge (Euphorbia Paralias) (3)
  Sea Thrift (Armeria Maritima) (5)
  Sea Thrift (Armeria Pseudarmeria Ballerina Red) (1)
  Sedum (25)
  Sedum Hirsutum (sedum Hirsutum) (2)
  Sedum Sediforme (Sedum Sediforme) (6)
  Seed Leaf (cotyledon) (3)
  Selaginella Lepidophylla (Selaginella Lepidophylla) (1)
  Senecio (6)
  Senecio (senecio Cruentus) (7)
  Senecio Angulatus (Senecio Angulatus) (4)
  Sensitive Plant (Mimosa Pudica) (3)
  September Bush (polygala Myrtifolia) (4)
  Shadbush (7)
  Sheep's Bit Scabious (Jasione Montana) (1)
  Shell Ginger (alpinia Zerumbet) (5)
  Shepherd's-purse (Capsella Bursa-pastoris) (1)
  Shooting Star (Dodecatheon Meadia) (2)
  Shoreline Figwort (Scrophularia Auriculata) (1)
  Showy Stonecrop (hylotelephium Spectabile) (5)
  Shrimp Plant (Justicia Brandegeana) (3)
  Shrubby Cinquefoil (Potentilla Fruticosa) (18)
  Shrubby Hare's Ear (bupleurum Fruticosum) (2)
  Siberian Larkspur (delphinium Grandiflorum) (1)
  Silene (19)
  Silver Nailroot (Paronychia Argentea) (1)
  Sisyrinchium Striatum (sisyrinchium Striatum) (2)
  Sixalix Atropurpurea (Sixalix Atropurpurea) (5)
  Skullcap (Scutellaria Costaricana) (3)
  Skyflower (Duranta Plumieri) (1)
  Small Jerrusalem Sage (Phlomis Lychnitis) (3)
  Smearwort (Aristolochia Rotunda) (2)
  Smoke Tree (cotinus Coggygria) (5)
  Smooth Hawksbeard (Crepis Capillaris) (1)
  Snake Plant (Sansevieria Trifasciata) (1)
  Snake's Head Fritillary (Fritillaria Meleagris) (13)
  Snakeshead (Arum Maculatum) (2)
  Snapdragon (antirrhinum Majus) (26)
  Sneezewort (Achillea Ptarmica) (1)
  Snow-in-summer (cerastium Tomentosum) (1)
  Snowberry (symphoricarpos) (15)
  Snowdrop (galanthus) (44)
  Soap Aloe (3)
  Soapworts (saponaria) (1)
  Solanaceae (7)
  Solanum Crispum (Chilean Potato Tree) (4)
  Solanum Jasminoides (solanum Jasminoides) (10)
  Solanum Nigrum (Solanum Nigrum) (2)
  Sorbus (sorbus Aucuparia) (2)
  Southern Magnolia (Magnolia Grandiflora) (22)
  Spanish Broom (Spartium Junceum) (2)
  Spanish Oyster Thistle (Scolymus Hispanicus) (4)
  Sparaxis Tricolor (Sparaxis Tricolor) (1)
  Sparmannia Africana (Sparmannia Africana) (1)
  Spathe Floweri (Spathiphyllum Wallisii) (1)
  Spathiphyllum (Spathiphyllum) (3)
  Spear Thistle (Cirsium Vulgare) (2)
  Speedwell (veronica) (27)
  Spider Lily (hymenocallis Littoralis) (6)
  Spiderwort (tradescantia) (6)
  Spiny Golden Star (pallenis Spinosa) (10)
  Spiny Restharrow (Ononis Spinosa) (1)
  Spiraea Chamaedryfolia (Spiraea Chamaedryfolia) (1)
  Spiraea Japonica (spiraea Japonica) (14)
  Spiral Ginger (Costus Lucanusianus) (1)
  Spotted Deadnettle (Lamium Maculatum) (1)
  Spreading Bellflower (Campanula Patula) (1)
  Sprekelia Formosissima (Sprekelia) (1)
  Spring Pasque Flower (Pulsatilla Vernalis) (6)
  Spring Snowflake (leucojum) (8)
  Spring Star Flower (Ipheion Uniflorum) (14)
  Spring Vetchling (lathyrus Vernus) (9)
  Spurge Olive (Cneorum Tricoccon) (1)
  Squash (3)
  Squill (scilla) (9)
  Squirting Cucumber (Ecballium Elaterium) (8)
  St Bernard's Lily (Anthericum Liliago) (2)
  Stachys Palustris (Stachys Palustris) (3)
  Stachys Sylvatica (stachys Sylvatica) (3)
  Staehelina Dubia (Staehelina Dubia) (2)
  Stanhopea Orchid (Stanhopea) (1)
  Stapelia Nobilis (Stapelia Nobilis) (2)
  Star Jasmine (Trachelospermum Jasminoides) (6)
  Star Of Bethlehem (hippobroma Longiflora) (19)
  Star Of Bethlehem (Ornithogalum Dubium) (1)
  Star Of Persia Flower (Allium Christophii) (2)
  Star Thistle ((centaurea Scabiosa)) (30)
  Stinking Iris (Iris Foetidissima) (4)
  Stitchwort (stellaria) (1)
Fleur Bleuet D Amérique trefle 8259 1280 bis fei Stoke's Aster (stokesia Laevis Blue Star) (3) NEW
Lots of clover flowers, but only the latter was already well open. Already in 1739, on the ten species described by the botanist Dutch, Jan Frederik Gronovius in his Flora Virginica, nine are presented as introduced.
  Strawberries (Fragaria) (17)
  Strawberry Tree (arbutus Unedo) (4)
  Sugarbushes (protea) (6)
  Sun Spurge (Euphorbia Helioscopia) (2)
  Sundew (6)
Fleur Tournesol tournesol 0073 1600 fei Sunflower (helianthus Annuus) (248) NEW
It is the symbol of several cultures, including american indians (apaches) in North America. This plant has been domesticated by the native americans and the Mexicans who used it for its properties as food, medicine and dyeing. The seeds contain about 20 % oil.
  Swamp Sunflower (helianthus Angustifolius) (18)
  Sweet Alyssum (Lobularia Maritima) (1)
  Sweet Orange (8)
  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 (25)
  Tamaya (7)
  Tanacetum (tanacetum Vulgare) (6)
Fleur Pissenlit champs pissentits officinal Taraxacum (araxacum Officinale) (277) NEW
As I said on the photo of the beautiful lady, dandelions grow in abundance to such an extent that I could make a photo field.
  Tecoma Stans (Tecoma Stans) (2)
Fleur Teucrium germandree arbustive 20180620 Teucrium (5) NEW
In a park in nantes, france there is a space dedicated to mediterranean plants and there I found this flower that I didn't know. I found it pretty
  Thale Cress (Arabidopsis Thaliana) (1)
  Thanksgiving Cactus (schlumbergera) (17)
  Thapsia Villosa (Thapsia Villosa) (1)
  Thistle (228)
  Thistles (cirsium) (10)
  Thorntrees (8)
  Thorny Broom (Calicotome Spinosa) (8)
  Thrift (armeria) (5)
  Thunbergia Erecta (Thunbergia Erecta) (1)
  Thyme (Thymus) (5)
  Tickseed (10)
  Tilia (4)
  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) (19)
  Tordylium Maximum (Tordylium Maximum) (1)
  Tradescantia (6)
Fleur Ephemere De Virginie ephemere de virginie 8161 1280 fei Tradescantia Virginian (tradescantia Virginiana.) (21) NEW
Originally from America, this perennial gets its name from the fact that its flowers last only a short time. The plant takes its name, given by Carl von Linné, of John Tradescant, Jr. (1608-1662), naturalist and traveller.
  Trailing Iceplant (delosperma Cooperi) (45)
  Tree Heath (Erica Arborea) (2)
  Tree Marigold (tithonia Diversifolia) (3)
  Tree Medick (medicago Arborea) (8)
  Tree Peony (Paeonia Suffruticosa) (22)
Fleur Trèfle Alpin trefle des alpes Trifolium Alpinum (Trifolium Alpinum) (3) NEW
What I like, when I photograph some of the plants, it is to show the original architecture of its flowers, as for this clover.
  Trifolium Stellatum (Trifolium Stellatum) (3)
  Trimezia Martinicensis (Trimezia Martinicensis) (6)
  Triplet Lily (triteleia Laxa) (2)
  Tritoma (kniphofia) (18)
  True Indigo (Indigofera Tinctoria) (1)
Fleur Bignone nature fleur bignone 20180618 Trumpet Vine (campsis Radicans) (68) NEW
June 10, 2018 : this is the first bignone that I see in flower in the beginning of the month of June, despite several months of rain.
  Trumpet Vine (Podranea Ricasoliana) (15)
  Tuberose (polianthes Tuberosa) (3)
  Tufted Vetch (Vicia Cracca) (3)
  Tulbaghia Violacea (Tulbaghia Violacea) (2)
  Tulbaghia Violacea (tulbaghia Violacea) (2)
  Tulip (tulipa) (704)
  Tulip Tree (Liriodendron Tulipifera) (1)
  Tulipa Sylvestris (Tulipa Sylvestris) (1)
  Tumbleweed (Amaranthus Deflexus) (1)
  Turk's Cap (Melocactus Intortus) (1)
  Turk's Cap Lily (lilium Martagon) (36)
  Turmeric (Curcuma Longa) (3)
  Turtlehead (Chelone Obliqua) (3)
  Twin Spur (diascia) (5)
  Two-leaf Squill (Scilla Bifolia) (2)
  Typha Latifolia (Typha Latifolia) (1)



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  Umbelliferae (apiaceae) (25)
  Unicorn Plant (1)
Fleur Urosperme De Daléchamps nature fleur urosperme de dalechamps 20180619 Urospermum Dalechampii (Urospermum Dalechampii) (11) NEW
June 10, 2018 : a beautiful light yellow flower, and by chance... three small animals came there to pose.



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  Valerian (Centranthus Ruber) (5)
  Valerian (28)
  Vanhoutte Spiraea (Spiraea Vanhouttei) (3)
  Vanilla (3)
  Velvet Tree (Miconia Magnifica) (1)
  Venus's Car (dicentra Spectabilis) (42)
  Verbascum Blattaria (Verbascum Blattaria) (1)
  Verbascum Densiflorum (Verbascum Densiflorum) (5)
  Verbascum Pulverumentum (verbascum Pulverumentum) (1)
  Verbascum Undulatum (Verbascum Undulatum) (1)
  Verbena (21)
  Verdolaga (portulaca Oleracea) (18)
  Veronica Prostata (veronica Prostata) (1)
  Verticillate Lousewort (Pedicularis Verticillata) (1)
  Vetches (vicia) (7)
  Viburnum (16)
  Viburnum Bodnantense (Viburnum Bodnantense) (9)
  Viburnum Opulus (viburnum Opulus) (31)
  Viburnum Plicatum (Viburnum Plicatum) (1)
  Viburnum Tinus (viburnum Tinus) (33)
  Viburnums Carlesii (Viburnums Carlesii) (4)
  Viola Alba (Viola Alba) (1)
  Viola Arborescens (Viola Arborescens) (1)
  Violet Limodore (Limodorum Abortivum) (1)
  Violets (viola) (211)
  Violets (viola) (79)
  Viorne Bodnantense (Viorne Bodnantense) (1)
  Viper's Bugloss (Echium Vulgare) (8)
  Vitis Vinifera (Vitis Vinifera) (8)
  Voodoo Lily (dracunculus Vulgaris) (3)
  Voodoo Lily (dracunculus Vulgaris) (1)



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  Wake-robin (trillium Erectum) (16)
  Wall Germander (Teucrium Chamaedrys) (1)
  Wall Rocket (Diplotaxis Erucoides) (13)
  Wandering Jew (tradescantia Pallida 'purpurea') (5)
Fleur Nénuphar 20180618 152111 Water Lily (nymphea) (344) NEW
Passing in front of, with the sun, it is too good to not immortalize this flower too short-lived.
  Water Mint (Mentha Aquatica) (3)
  Watercress (Nasturtium Officinale) (1)
  Wavyleaf Mullein (verbascum Thapsus) (4)
  Waxplant (hoya) (13)
  Weasel's Snout (Misopates Orontium) (1)
Fleur Weigela weigelia 8147 1280 fei Weigela (26) NEW
The genus Weigelia is of the family of caprifoliacées or we find the honeysuckle, Abelia, laurier-tin, and other ornamental plants.
  Wheat Celosia (celosia Spicata) (5)
  White Asphodel (Asphodelus Albus) (5)
  White Baneberry (Actaea Alba) (1)
  White Bottlebrush (Callistemon Salignus) (2)
  White Bryony (Bryonia Dioica) (5)
  White Campion (silene Latifolia) (6)
  White Clover (Trifolium Repens) (2)
  White Helleborine (Cephalanthera Damasonium) (2)
  White Margin Spurge (Euphorbia Marginata) (2)
  White Mignonette (Reseda Alba) (4)
  White Mouth Dayflower (commelina Erecta) (2)
  White Rock-rose (helianthemum Apenninum) (3)
  White Rose (176)
  White Stonecrop (Sedum Album) (4)
  White Trillium (Trillium Grandiflorum) (5)
  Whorled Tickseed (Coreopsis Verticillata) (3)
  Wild Angelica (angelica Sylvestris) (7)
  Wild Cherry (Prunus Avium) (11)
  Wild Leek (Allium Ampeloprasum) (4)
  Wild Mustard (Sinapis Arvensis) (2)
  Wild Radish (Raphanus Raphanistrum) (2)
  Wild Rose (20)
  Willowherb (epilobium) (23)
  Winter Jasmin (31)
  Wintersweet (Chimonanthus Praecox) (1)
  Wistaria (wisteria) (129)
  Witch-hazel (Hamamelis) (13)
  Woad (Isatis Tinctoria L.) (1)
  Wood Anemone (anemone Nemorosa) (9)
  Wood Anemone (anemone Nemorosa) (30)
  Wood Forget-me-not (Myosotis Sylvatica) (1)
  Wood Sorrel (Oxalis Acetosella) (1)
  Wood Sorrel (oxalis) (18)
  Woodruff (Galium Odoratum) (2)
  Woolly Bluestar (Amsonia Tabernaemontana) (2)
  Woolly Nightshade (Solanum Mauritianum) (1)
  Woolly Thistle (Cirsium Eriophorum) (1)
  Woolly Thistle (Cirsium Eriophorum) (1)



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  Xanthostemon Myrtifolius (xanthostemon Myrtifolius) (3)



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  Yarrow (achillea) (11)
  Yellow Anemone (Anemone Ranunculoides) (2)
  Yellow Archangel (Lamium Galeobdolon) (2)
  Yellow Asphodel (asphodeline Lutea) (1)
  Yellow Asphodel (Asphodeline Lutea) (1)
  Yellow Bird Of Paradise (Caesalpinia Gilliesii) (2)
  Yellow Candle (Pachystachys Lutea) (1)
  Yellow Floating Heart (Nymphoides Peltata) (1)
  Yellow Hibiscus (Pavonia Spinifex) (1)
  Yellow Hornpoppy (glaucium Flavum) (7)
  Yellow Iris (iris Pseudacorus) (74)
  Yellow Lady's Slipper (Cypripedium Luteum Parviflorum) (2)
  Yellow Oleander (Thevetia Peruviana) (3)
  Yellow Rattle (rhinanthus Crista-galli) (2)
Fleur Rose Jaune nature fleur rose jaune 20180608 Yellow Rose (293) NEW
June 3, 2018 : no sun on this rose either, he plays hide-and-seek all day. Sorry Jean-Mi for the pebbles.
  Yellow Trout Lily (Erythronium Americanum) (1)
Fleur Chlore Perfoliée nature fleur a identifier fleurs jaunes Yellow Wort (Blackstonia Perfoliata) (1) NEW
June 4, 2018 : I have not been able to identify this beautiful plant with yellow flowers, in spite of my searches. I found it in the river.
  Yellow Woundwort (Stachys Recta) (5)
  Yellowhorn (Xanthoceras Sorbifolium) (1)
  Yesterday-today-and-tomorrow (2)
  Yucca Gloriosa (Yucca Gloriosa) (4)
  Yuccas (27)



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  Zantedeschia (Zantedeschia) (3)
  Zealand Flax (Phormium Tenax) (4)
  Zebra Aloe (Aloes Saponaria) (2)
  Zephyranthes Rosea (Zephyranthes Rosea) (1)
  Zinnia (67)
  Zucchini (11)
  Zygopetalum (Zygopetalum) (2)


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