Botanical Flower Name Bachelor's button

Centaurea cyanus

Bachelor's button

Centaurea cyanus (Cornflower, Bachelor's button, Basket flower, Bluebottle, Boutonniere flower, Hurtsickle) is a small annual flowering plant in the family Asteraceae, native to Europe ...more about the Centaurea cyanus flower

Botanical Flower Name Bighead knapweed

Centaurea macrocephala

Bighead knapweed

Centaurea macrocephala, is a member of the thistle tribe (Cynareae) in the sunflower family ...more about the Centaurea macrocephala flower

Botanical Flower Name Waxflower

Chamelaucium ciliatum


Chamelaucium is a genus of about 30 species all occurring only in south western Australia ...more about the Chamelaucium ciliatum flower

Botanical Flower Name Safflower

Carthamus tinctorius


Annual thistle-like herb, coarse, branching above with a strong central stem to 1 ...more about the Carthamus tinctorius flower

Botanical Flower Name Eric John

Chamelaucium pheliferum

Eric John

12 to 18 inches high Half-inch flowers in cluster at tips of thin woody stems ...more about the Chamelaucium pheliferum flower

Botanical Flower Name Japhette orchid

Cattleya x Japhette

Japhette orchid

Cattleya is a genus of approximately 53 species from Mexico to South America ...more about the Cattleya x Japhette flower

Botanical Flower Name Cockscomb crested

Celosia argentea cristata

Cockscomb crested

Annual growing to 0.2m ...more about the Celosia argentea cristata flower

Botanical Flower Name Cosmos

Cosmos bipinnatus


Cosmos bipinnatus, commonly called the Cosmos or the "Mexican Aster", is a medium sized flowering herbaceous plant sometimes grown in gardens ...more about the Cosmos bipinnatus flower

Botanical Flower Name Paper Reed

Cyperus papyrus

Paper Reed

Papyrus sedge or paper reed (Cyperus papyrus) is a monocot belonging to the sedge family Cyperaceae ...more about the Cyperus papyrus flower

Botanical Flower Name Billy buttons

Craspedia globosa

Billy buttons

Craspedia globosa has 1 inch globes that grow on long stems ...more about the Craspedia globosa flower

Botanical Flower Name Papyrus lion's head

Cyperus papyrus

Papyrus lion's head

Papyrus sedge or paper reed (Cyperus papyrus) is a monocot belonging to the sedge family Cyperaceae ...more about the Cyperus papyrus flower

Botanical Flower Name Marguerite daisy

Chrysanthemum Frutescens

Marguerite daisy

Perennial sub-shrub of the Canary Islands having usually pale yellow daisylike flowers ...more about the Chrysanthemum Frutescens flower

Botanical Flower Name Montbretia



Crocosmia, is a small genus of perennial species in the iris family Iridaceae, native to the grasslands of Cape Floristic Region, South Africa ...more about the Crocosmia flower

Botanical Flower Name Godetia

Clarkia amoena


Godetias provide one of the more varied shows in flowerdom, with a wide range of colors and combinations, mostly in reds, whites, and pinks ...more about the Clarkia amoena flower

Botanical Flower Name Curcuma



Curcumas are sometimes referred to as the ' primarily because of the lush, dense foliage that surrounds the blooms ...more about the Curcuma flower

Botanical Flower Name Breath of heaven - Diosma

Coleonema pulchrum

Breath of heaven - Diosma

These delicate-looking evergreen shrubs are valued for their fragrant, fine-textured leaves and abundant flowers ...more about the Coleonema pulchrum flower

Botanical Flower Name Artichoke thistle

Cynara scolymus

Artichoke thistle

Artichoke thistle is a stout, erect, greyish perennial which forms a rosette of very large leaves and usually grows to a height of 60 to 150 cm, although occasional plants are found over 2 metres high ...more about the Cynara scolymus flower

Botanical Flower Name Lily of the valley

Convallaria majalis

Lily of the valley

Convallaria majalis, commonly known as the Lily of the Valley, is the only species in the genus Convallaria in the flowering plant family Ruscaceae, formerly placed in the lily family Liliaceae or in its own family called Convallariaceae ...more about the Convallaria majalis flower

Botanical Flower Name Cymbidium orchid

Cymbidiun hybrid

Cymbidium orchid

The Cymbidium orchids, most of which are terrestrial, have large pseudobulbs and thin ribbonlike leaves ...more about the Cymbidiun hybrid flower

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