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The Garden Flower Pictures

Updated on October 25, 2015

Photographing flowers in a garden has always been very enjoyable to me. I do not have a large garden myself, but I love to photograph pictures in one garden up in the San Bernardino Mountains. Late June is a time of year when the flowers are blooming up in the San Bernardino Mountains.

A stargazer lily.
A stargazer lily. | Source

I have always felt that stargazer lilies were very celestial, and photographing these is always a pleasure.

Pink star gazer lily.
Pink star gazer lily. | Source
Pink star gazer lily.
Pink star gazer lily. | Source
Little roses in the garden.
Little roses in the garden. | Source
Sunlight hitting the roses.
Sunlight hitting the roses. | Source
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Fire poker flowers are also known as Kniphofia.
Fire poker flowers are also known as Kniphofia. | Source
Feverfew is a flower that is also known by the botanical name Chrysanthemum parthenium.
Feverfew is a flower that is also known by the botanical name Chrysanthemum parthenium. | Source
Some people brew feverfew into a tea.
Some people brew feverfew into a tea. | Source

There is something cheerful and refreshing about gazing upon a sunflower. Also, I love to eat sunflower seeds, so this is truly a flower that provides sustenance.

The sunflower is taking a bow in the garden.
The sunflower is taking a bow in the garden. | Source
The sun flower is a vibrant spherical shape like its namesake.  Its petals compete with the beauty of the rays of the sun.
The sun flower is a vibrant spherical shape like its namesake. Its petals compete with the beauty of the rays of the sun. | Source
The half-sphere of a sunflower.
The half-sphere of a sunflower. | Source

Looking at pictures of purple and pink lilies in the garden may inspire some new art projects.

Pink and purple lilies in the garden
Pink and purple lilies in the garden | Source
The focus is on the purple lily.
The focus is on the purple lily. | Source
The entire lily can be seen in this shot.
The entire lily can be seen in this shot. | Source
The purple hued lily takes center stage in this photograph.
The purple hued lily takes center stage in this photograph. | Source
Two lilies that are on the verge of blooming.
Two lilies that are on the verge of blooming. | Source
Gazing down upon the lilies.
Gazing down upon the lilies. | Source
A burst of orange and red tones from a stargazer lily.
A burst of orange and red tones from a stargazer lily. | Source
Marigolds planted along the garden path.
Marigolds planted along the garden path. | Source
Shadows and marigolds in the early morning.
Shadows and marigolds in the early morning. | Source
The marigolds are quite cheery in the morning.
The marigolds are quite cheery in the morning. | Source

Yellow flowers are stimulating to look at, and make me want to get active.

Blossom on a tomato plant.
Blossom on a tomato plant. | Source
A black-eyed Susan flower.
A black-eyed Susan flower. | Source
A close-up of a black-eyed Susan flower.
A close-up of a black-eyed Susan flower. | Source

There are a variety of vibrant flowers to look at in the garden ranging from bell shaped ones to pumpkin blossoms.

Two light purple bell shaped flowers.
Two light purple bell shaped flowers. | Source
A closeup photograph of the light purple bell shaped flowers.
A closeup photograph of the light purple bell shaped flowers. | Source
Small purple flowers in bloom.
Small purple flowers in bloom. | Source
The beauty of small flowers.
The beauty of small flowers. | Source
The beauty of purple flower.
The beauty of purple flower. | Source
Closeup of a pumpkin flower.
Closeup of a pumpkin flower. | Source
Part of the yellow pumpkin blossom.
Part of the yellow pumpkin blossom. | Source
Yellow blossom on a pumpkin vine.
Yellow blossom on a pumpkin vine. | Source
Flowers in the garden.
Flowers in the garden. | Source
Flowers on the rock terrace in the garden.
Flowers on the rock terrace in the garden. | Source
Small roses on a late June day.
Small roses on a late June day. | Source
Miniature roses in the garden.
Miniature roses in the garden. | Source
Pink stargazer lilies.
Pink stargazer lilies. | Source
Two stargazer lilies in the garden.
Two stargazer lilies in the garden. | Source
Stargazer lilies are a nice addition to any garden.
Stargazer lilies are a nice addition to any garden. | Source

White and red roses are enjoyable to look at when planted in a garden, which is cheaper than buying a dozen at the flower shop. If you really appreciate a beautiful rose, a photograph or two will last longer than the real McCoy.

The heady fragrance of white and red roses combined.
The heady fragrance of white and red roses combined. | Source
Daisies on a bright June morning.
Daisies on a bright June morning. | Source
A pretty little white flower in the garden.
A pretty little white flower in the garden. | Source
A pretty little purple flower in the garden.
A pretty little purple flower in the garden. | Source
This flower is quite magnificent really.  Simple, yet beautiful.
This flower is quite magnificent really. Simple, yet beautiful. | Source

Flower Seeds

Plant some flowers this spring so you can photograph these in your own garden.

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      SweetiePie 4 years ago from Southern California, USA

      Thanks, oldiesmusic. I think you are right about the foxglove. This is my mom's garden, and wish I could have a big one, too.

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      oldiesmusic 4 years ago from United States

      The bell shaped flowers look like foxglove, but I can't be sure though, maybe there's a foxglove lookalike.

      Anyway, lovely hub! I'd love to have my own garden with such beautiful and colorful blooms. :)

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      SweetiePie 6 years ago from Southern California, USA

      Hi Ripplemaker,

      I appreciate your comments :).

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      Michelle Simtoco 6 years ago from Cebu, Philippines

      Garden flowers are truly wonderful and a gift to all of us to enjoy. Thanks for these :)

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      SweetiePie 6 years ago from Southern California, USA

      I appreciate your comments Movie Master!

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      Movie Master 6 years ago from United Kingdom

      Lovely photos of some beautiful and colourful flowers, I love the Lilies.

      Thank you and voted up.

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      SweetiePie 6 years ago from Southern California, USA

      Hi Aya,

      The camera is good most of the time, so I am happy. thanks for your comments :).

      Hi Dorsi,

      I appreciate your comments, and I am glad you like the photos :).

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      Dorsi Diaz 6 years ago from The San Francisco Bay Area

      Beautiful photos Sweetie. I bet you took great pleasure in taking them.

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      Aya Katz 6 years ago from The Ozarks

      These are all so beautiful! You have a good eye for detail, and your camera is very sharp, too!

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      SweetiePie 6 years ago from Southern California, USA

      Hi Timorous,

      Thank you for telling me the name of the bell shaped flowers :). This is my mom's garden, so I have to admit I am not as well versed in all the varieties of flowers.

      Hi sVioletSun,

      I truly appreciate your comments, and I am glad you liked the closeup pictures :).

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      VioletSun 6 years ago from Oregon/ Name: Marie

      SP, Wow, all are great photos but the close ups are stunning! One day, I hope to develop a green thumb. :)

      Voted up and beautiful!

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      Tim Nichol 6 years ago from Me to You

      Hello SweetiePie. Some lovely flowers in your garden. By the way, the light purple bell shaped flowers are called Foxglove, as is the 3rd picture from the top (the caption is misnamed). Nice work.

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      SweetiePie 6 years ago from Southern California, USA

      Thank you, Mary!

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      Mary Hyatt 6 years ago from Florida

      You have some beautiful photos here. I voted this Hub UP and beautiful.

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