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Viewing all entries from Photography Contest 2011: Bulbs, Corms, Rhizomes and Tubers

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By BeaHive
Beautiful in every way!


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By BeaHive
Raindrops on a pretty pink daylily


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By sunnyg
Tulip fields in Skagit Valley, WA


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By haighr
"Dahlia Splendor"
I save my dahlia tubers from year to year. I don't mark them so I can be surprised as they begin to bloom.


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By haighr
"Beauty of Nature"
This plant has blooms that are somehow opposite. Some are like this one and others are more solid and only a tiny bit of speckles? Another oddity of nature.


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By ROBINDOG
Canada lily by the roadside.


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By chinabitbit
Dahlia


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By CactusJordi
Healthy tuber of Astrophytum/Digitostigma caput-medusae


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By CactusJordi
Tuber of Peniocereus rosei


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By ROBINDOG
May tulips.


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By flowAjen
Daylily 'Rainbow Candy"


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By flowAjen
Surprise tulip in my garden


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By jmorth
Tulip Sky


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By LeawoodGardener
A bed of "Mrs. John Scheepers" Darwin tulips in my garden.


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By shihtzumom
Foxtail Lilies brighten the garden


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By shihtzumom
Beautiful Lilies


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By sjlfinne
Looky Loo, Ernst 2004, TB. Plicata


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By sjlfinne
Santorini, Schreiner 2008, TB. 36", M-L


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By Inthegarden
toad lily


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By momoftwo607
Asiatic Lily 'Matrix'


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By momoftwo607
dahlia, id unkown.


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By wylie5525
Lillium - "Casa Blanca"


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By wylie5525
A yellow Tigridia grown from a packet of free seeds.


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By frahnzone5
Daylily Scatterbrain


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By brianbrown
Volunteer Allium behind my father's garden.


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By Aum_Kleem
Spring, and thoughts of love fill the air echoed by the tulip rising its head. The tulip, the symbol of the Perfect Lover. Here, a bright yellow tulip sporting magnificent flames of red springs up amid a garden of bulbs.


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By Aum_Kleem
The tulip bed of purple hue and dye, flaunting their brilliant beauty in the morning sun.


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By SugarSnap
A close-up shot of this beauty, Fire Magic, truly does awake one's senses!


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By drthor
Daffodils


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By mcash70
Spring Crocus blooms.


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By mcash70
Asiatic lily 'Monte Negro' .


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By Audrey
rain on the crown imperials' reign


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By Audrey
dahlia dazzle


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By pirl
Raindrops on a lily.


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By kgoossen
The nod


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By kgoossen
Pella, Iowa Tulip Festival


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By drthor
Daylilies and perennials


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By pirl
Even with her permanently injured knee the little girl, Petals, keeps watch over the daffodils for me.


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By sunkissed
Amaryllis blooms early spring in my garden, only once a year but well worth the wait. 2011


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By krisvo
Pink Calla


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By krisvo
My cannas along side my boulder steps and wild flower garden


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By ginger749
Picture of this years crop of Hippies taken out of My Studio Window.


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By rebmap
Bearded Iris, macro (very up-close) shot.


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By rebmap
Bearded Iris, macro (very up-close) shot.


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By wefarmasmidgen
I spend my summers at 8250' in the Montana mountains. I love to dabble to see what will grow. I have quite a few iris and all "survive" (that is they have green leaves) but this habit iris is the only one that has bloomed so far. The nearest I can figure, the mountain is low zone 3 or high zone 2


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By luvsgrtdanes
Fildago Julie


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By luvsgrtdanes


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By kacton
my favorite new iris


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By kacton
my favorite daylilly


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By Inthegarden


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By ginger749
Same Hippies taken towards My Studio on this cloudy afternoon. (Melbourne Cup Day)


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By snowheather
This daylily is English Cameo.


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By snowheather
This daylily is Linda Beck.


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By harloiris
'Cat's Eye" makes a beautiful clump and one reason it is among the most photographed of all Iris.


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By harloiris
"Florintina" is probably the oldest known Iris cultiver, dating to the 1500's.


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By rkwright85
Crocus


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By peony11
This tulip is called "Apricot Beauty", which bloomed in late April 2011 in my garden. The beige foundation is behind it, so I used a short depth of field to blend the background with the leaves. The overcast weather helped since I did not use a circular polarizer on my Olympus FE-360.


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By peony11
This tulip is another one of the "Apricot Beauties" planted in my front garden, blooming in late April 2011. I love macro photography of flowers, and the abstract contours of this flower that are lit by late morning sunlight. Olympus FE-360 camera.


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By VA_Wild_Rose
Muscari, a beautiful harbinger of spring


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By VA_Wild_Rose
A "bokeh" of tulips


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By palmbob
Agapanthus


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By palmbob
Scilla in spring


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By dyzzypyxxy
Dark-leaf cannas got very greenish in July.


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By dyzzypyxxy
Dwarf lotus 'Baby Doll' first bloom.


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By Tamand
Summer Hosta Blooms


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By Tamand
Early Summer Lily


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By PNWMountainGirl
Daylily Janice Brown.


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By aisha6j
sunny tulip


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By aisha6j


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By posietender
Peek a boo on a magic lily.


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By posietender
Dahlia in all its splendor.


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By IRIS
Spiny Dalhia


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By IRIS
Mahogany Iris


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By paulatc
This iris showed itself early in the season in our side yard.


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By adinamiti
Crocus.


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By adinamiti
Tulip.


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By jrpjrp
February Daffodils in Our Front Garden


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By rashmishrinivas
Pink lily!


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By rashmishrinivas
white lily!


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By flfwrs


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By flfwrs


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By sunkissed
Caladiums in June in my garden


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By batflower
candy stripes


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By htop
Birds of Paradise (Strelitzia reginae) - the striking blooms resemble birds in flight with the orange depicting colorful head plumage. It is sometimes referred to as crane flower.


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By obbirds


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By jmorth
Gloriosa


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By arctangent
Macro of a pink tulip.

Bulbs in bloom at the Matthaei Botanical Gardens Conservatory, March 12, 2011


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By arctangent
A bed of mixed blooms - daffodils, tulips, and hyacinth.

Spring bulb display at the Matthaei Botanical Gardens Conservatory, March 2, 2011


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By geemoore


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By geemoore


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By writerdeman
Marie Antoinette and Queen of the Night enhance a roadside perennial bed.


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By writerdeman
Marie Antoinette Tulips


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By boogs
Lily Tulip Yonina


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By boogs
Species Tulips


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By PNWMountainGirl
Glowing in the spring garden.


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By mslehv
Multicolored peony growing in our garden long before we arrive 35 years ago.


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By mslehv
Iris Siberica "Caesar's Brother"


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By tillerrat


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By tillerrat


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By DoGooder
"Morning dew on dahlia",
I'm not sure of the exact name of this dahlia but it seems to be an Informal Decorative Dahlia variety. It belongs to a neighbor and is growing in full sun next to the sidewalk. I enjoying viewing it every time I pass by.


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By PrairieBunny
Captivating Callas


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By dawnieeileen


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By dawnieeileen


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By PrairieBunny
Lilies ~ Canadian Border Patrol Beauties

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