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Help Identifying flowers

I have recently taken up photographing flowers around my home and work..
I am wanting to be able to tag the types of flowers in their metadata for my photolibrary.. however some I am unsure of.

I have labelled the ones I know, but have posted below the ones I am unsure of.
I could have spent hours browsing the net for each of them.. but it would be easier just to post them here and if anybody knows what they are, would be great if they could let me know..


Thanks in advance image













  • Busy-LizzieBusy-Lizzie Posts: 23,852

    B,C and D look like gazanias. Could A be the pink bracts of a Bouganvillea? E is so pretty, I would love to know what it is.

    Dordogne and Norfolk. Clay in Dordogne, sandy in Norfolk.
  • PalustrisPalustris Posts: 4,304

    A looks like a Poppy, but not sure.

    E could well be an Iris ensata type, but again there are a lot of Irids with that petal formation.

  • Wow two speedy replies.
    Googled the names given, compared them to the flowers.
    Can close this thread now image

    Thanks Busy-Lizzie, ABCD were all correct image
    Thanks Bergill E was a Iris ensata

    And Busy-Lizzie.. yes the Iris ensata is lovely, had a whole garden full of them come up just over the last couple of days.. well timed for the purchase of my new camera image

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