Ted's World of Garden Flowers

I do not purport to be a flower expert; information on plant specifics is readily available on numerous other websites.  My sole objective is to share some pretty photographs; if a picture happens to help someone to identify a flower, that's great.  Despite exhaustive research, it is possible that I have misnamed a species or two; if so, I would sincerely appreciate a note to that effect.

These specimens are found primarily, or possibly exclusively, in gardens; that is, they may not exist as wildflowers in the United States.

Images are available for download in 1024×768 JPEG format; the greater native resolution is available upon request.  Be sure to enlarge a graphic before saving it.  Feel free to use my photos in any non-commercial manner.

– click on a group name or flower name for high-resolution graphics and additional samples –

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AMARANTH

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BEGONIA

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BIRD OF PARADISE

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BLACKEYED SUSAN

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BORAGE

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BOTTLE BRUSH TREE

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CACTUS

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CALLE LILY

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CAMELLIA

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CELOSIA

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COCKSCOMB

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COLIUS

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CONEFLOWER

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DAFFODIL

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DAY LILY

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DIANTHUS

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FUSCIA

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GERANIUM

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HIBISCUS

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ORCHID

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PANSY

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PERIWINKLE

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PHOTINIA

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ROSE

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SNAPDRAGON

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SPIDER FLOWER

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TRUMPET VINE

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TULIP

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– ITALY MISCELLANEOUS –

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– UNIDENTIFIED –

From the garden at Monticello, Virginia, September

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