Pictures of Popular Garden Flowers

Red buckeye
Red buckeye or Aesculus pavia. The first red tubular flower of spring provides food for the hummingbird.

Mountain Avens
White alpine flowers with yellow center

Virginia bluebell
Blue-purple spring flower favored by honeybees

Moss campion
Moss campion arctic pink flowers

Creamy red dahlia flowers

Goldquelle Coneflower Rudbeckia laciniata
Goldquelle Coneflower (Rudbeckia laciniata), a species of herbaceous perennial with fully double, bright yellow flowers on sturdy stems that blooms in late summer.

Snow-on-the-Mountain (Euphorbia marginata), also called snow-on-the-mountain, smoke-on-the-prairie, ghost weed, whitemargined spurge and variegated spurge, is a small shrub in the Euphorbiaceae or spurge family. Where it touches the skin it causes itching and inflammation, accompanied with pimples and blisters, much like these caused by Pacific Poisonous Oak.

Rose Mellow
Rose Mellows are fabulous flowers bloom all summer and are happy in containers or along the borders. Grow them from seeds and protect young seedlings from slugs.

White Gazania
There is no basic gazania flower coloring. They may be cream, primrose, lemon or chrome yellow; apricot, vivid or deep orange; brown, beige, purple or crushed strawberry-pink.

Orange Gazania
In warmer climates gazanias will bloom from May through June and again in September

Information on Gazania, a striking drought-tolerant African flowers that grow in every soil, making great groundcovers.

Prairie Sundrops Oenothera pilosella
Information on Prairie Sundrops (Oenothera pilosella), sometimes called meadow evening primrose, midwestern sundrops or common sundrops, is a herbaceous flowering perennial plant in the family Onagraceae evening primroses, that is seen in a wide range of habitats.

Information about Ageratum, a species of fluffy, purple low-growing and tall flowers in the family of Asters.

In variety of colors the Iris is hardly equalled and is not surpassed by any other hardy plant, and it rivals even the orchids.

Altai Pansy
No garden is complete without an edging or planting of pansies and violas. Altai Pansy (Viola altaica) is one of the parents to the cultivated pansies.

Persian Cornflower or Whitewash Cornflower (Centaurea dealbata) is a very hardy perennial. It bears pink thistlelike flower heads with white centers with conelike bases in the summer.

Rain Lily Zephyranthes
Rain Lilies (Zephyranthes) are perennial bulbs (geophytes) which tolerate many ecological niches (periodically wet soil to desert conditions), and have many ornamental characteristics. Flower color in the species ranges from white to yellow (various tints of this color from lemon to sulfur) and pink. The flowers of some species have a sweet, pleasant fragrance.

Peonies are a must-have for any garden. As well as having beautiful flowers, they are drought resistant and have no significant natural enemies.

The beautiful iris

Iris. It takes its name from the Greek word for a rainbow, referring to the wide variety of flower colors found among the many species.

Calendula (Calendula officinalis), also called pot marigold, ruddles, common marigold, garden marigold, English marigold, or Scottish marigold.

California poppy
California poppy (Eschscholzia californica) wild flower

Rose 'Julia Childs'
Rose 'Julia Childs'

Swamp Hibiscus
Swamp Hibiscus


Black-eyed Susan
Black-eyed Susan

Plains Coreopsis
Plains Coreopsis

Peacock Flower
Peacock Flower

Tiger Flower
Tiger Flower

Blanket Flower
Blanket Flower

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