Freshly opened flower of a carnivorous plant (Nepenthes (Spectabilis x Ventricosa)), the flowers grow on a vine that puts them conveniently far away from the actual carnivorous traps, reducing the risk of eating potential pollinators.
Gaillardia (“blanket flower”) at the Frost Museum of Science
Dragonfly resting on a flower in St. Pete, FL [6000×4000] [OC]
Not sure the flower. But I found this picture I took last month while I was going through my SD card
Unknown Wild Flower, Hertfordshire, England [OC][900 X 1089 PX] Any suggestions?
Dragon fruit flower opening last night
Spotted a trail-side flower along Parmenter Creek, MT — 4016×2700, [OC]
Dracunculus Vulgaris, Dragon Lily, a kind of corpse flower. Vancouver Island, BC, [OC]
Torenia fournieri, or wishbone flower photo taken in Santa Marta, Colombia. [OC]
Vinca Minor or Periwinkle, another beautiful flower from Cartagena, Colombia. [OC]
Pulsatilla vulgaris, pasque flower [OC] [6000×4000]
Schlumbergera, Christmas cactus flower [OC] [6674×4553]
Invasive but pretty- Malva parviflora flower
Brahma Kamal, a type of flower that only blooms at night
Floating Flower from Cannonball Tree (Couroupita guianensis) with Bonus Minnow. [1600 x 1066]
That’s one hell of a flower.
[OC] A Golden Trumpet flower (Handroanthus chrysotrichus, synonym Tabebuia chrysotricha) with a visitor.
Flower in not known, Alaskan wildflower. Taken in Anchorage, Alaska on a decline on the side of the Alaska highway. Grows in bunches, purple, stamen sticks out from rest of flower. [4032 x 3024] [OC]
A couple of bees perfectly napping in a flower. The bees sleep 5 – 6 hours in 24 hours period and many bees hold each other’s legs as they sleep. Some native bees sleep in the flowers. (credit: Joe Neely)
This flower nice? Does it looks like Butterly? 🙂
Unsure of flower name, but it’s beautiful! Lincoln Park Zoo, Illinois [OC] [4896 x 3264]
I Made Gumpaste Peony Flower. Love Putting These On Cakes!
Flower from a nectarine tree [OC][3840×2160]
Hydrangea flower in Nara, Japan