Centaurea Cyanus - Family Asteraceae - Common Names - Bachelor's Buttons, Cornflower, Blue Bonnets, Blue Bow, Blue Poppy, Blue Sailors, Blue Tops, Bluets, Break-your-spectacles, Corn Binks, Cornbottle, Corn Centaury, French Pink, Haw Dods .
Star Gazer Lilies - My all time favorite flowers! Warning- snails eat these up!
Lily 'Starlette' so pretty it doesn't even look real./ATTRACTS: RUBY THROATED HUMMINGBIRDS. Perfect planted with Asters which is important during migration for the Monarch Butterflies. A perennial. Will help to attract Bees. Great for borders for naturalizing, beautiful in front of your house.
Rambler Rose (Rosa multiflora) by Pierre Joseph Redouté (1759-1840) from ‘Traité des Arbres et Arbustes que l'on Cultive en France en Pleine Terre’ by M. Duhamel du Monceau. Issued 1801-1815. Image and text courtesy NYPL Digital Collection.
Erica ovata, everywhere on the hills here... | W. Miller
Louis van Houtte, botanical illustration, Fuchsias, 1877 Fuchsias grown alongside many of the rural roads of Ireland, blooming in abundance.
Colour engraving of 'Tropaeolum majus var' (nasturtium) by P.J. Redouté from 'Choix des plus belle fleurs' published in 1827. The publication contains 144 colour plates of flowers, some including insects, and is dedicated to the princesses Louise and Marie d'Orléans. Creator: Redouté, Pierre Joseph (1759-1840). Date: 1827
Pierre Joseph Redouté -- Lathyrus odoratus -- Pierre-Joseph Redouté -- Artists -- RHS Prints