Flower pictures by contemporary flower photographers and keen amateur gardeners present anything and everything to do with flowers and gardens.
A collection of rights managed plant and flower images from Vaughan Fleming. These photos show the elegant beauty of Orbea Ciliata flower, symmetry of the Cleistocactus sp.cactus and the vibrant colours of the Cockscomb flower and many more.
Crop circles, also known as crop formations, are patterns of flattened plants in crops such as wheat, barley, rye, maize or rapeseed. They started appearing frequently in the mid-1980s in south-west England. View this collection of crop circle aerial photos here.
Hugh Turvey, a specialist x-ray photographer, has captured a beautiful alternative view to well-known flowers in this collection of x-ray images.
Science Photo Library has a wide collection of Royalty Free flower stock images. In this gallery you can view SEMs (scanning electron micrographs) of pollen grains, pictures of globe artichokes and bright colourful flora.
Throughout history people have used medicinal herbs and plants to treatment ailments such as snakebites, fevers or burns. Today these can serve as an alternative to modern medicine. With their ability to synthesize a wide variety of chemical compounds, or phytochemicals, many have beneficial effects on long-term health when consumed by humans. View a selection of our medicinal flower images here.