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Orange butterfly in the rising sun

Orange butterfly in the rising sun Photography by Viktoria Pettenkoffer

Orange butterfly in the rising sun

Pasque Flower in cool morning

Pasque Flower in cool morning Photography by Viktoria Pettenkoffer

Pasque Flower in cool morning

Purple Saffron crocus

Purple Saffron crocus Photography by Viktoria Pettenkoffer

Purple Saffron crocus

Red poppy flower on a rainy day

Red poppy flower on a rainy day Photography by Viktoria Pettenkoffer

Red poppy flower on a rainy day

Field of Corn Poppy Flowers

Field of Corn Poppy Flowers

Snowdrops

Snowdrops

Spring colors

Spring colors Photography by Viktoria Pettenkoffer

Spring colors

Cyclamen with rain drops

Cyclamen with rain drops

Rosehip in autumn

Rosehip in autumn Photography by Viktoria Pettenkoffer

Rosehip in autumn

Pasque flower

Pasque flower


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Snowdrops

Snowdrops

Yellow fawn-lily

Yellow fawn-lily Photography by Viktoria Pettenkoffer

Yellow fawn-lily

Pasque flower

Pasque flower

Delphinium

Delphinium

Winter aconite

Winter aconite

feather grasses with flowers

feather grasses with flowers

Pretty Pink Tulips – Living, Giving and Entertaining with Style and Grace

Pretty Pink Tulips – Living, Giving and Entertaining with Style and Grace

More than a million free vectors, PSD, photos and free icons. Exclusive freebies and all graphic resources that you need for your projects

More than a million free vectors, PSD, photos and free icons. Exclusive freebies and all graphic resources that you need for your projects

Cosmos blues | by MandyDisher | http://ift.tt/16LR1uq

Cosmos blues | by MandyDisher | http://ift.tt/16LR1uq

Beautiful flowers. Darwinia meeboldii (Cranbrook Bell) is a shrub which is endemic to the south-west of Western Australia. It has an erect and straggly habit, growing to between 0.5 and 3 metres high. The bracts around the flowers form a pendent "bell" which is usually white with red tips. A group of 8 small flowers are concealed inside. These are primarily produced between August and November. It occurs on peaty soils on slopes in the western part of the Stirling Range National Park.

Beautiful flowers. Darwinia meeboldii (Cranbrook Bell) is a shrub which is endemic to the south-west of Western Australia. It has an erect and straggly habit, growing to between 0.5 and 3 metres high. The bracts around the flowers form a pendent "bell" which is usually white with red tips. A group of 8 small flowers are concealed inside. These are primarily produced between August and November. It occurs on peaty soils on slopes in the western part of the Stirling Range National Park.

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