September Flowers

Just had to get out this first weekend of September, as the weather was fairly nice but a bit cooler. I visited my usual hot spots for floral photography around town—some outside, some inside. Hope you enjoy this hodgepodge of images!



089Castor Bean Plant

086Nicotiana – Tobacco Plant


110Larkspur (Delphinium)

108Black and Blue Salvia

102Banana Plant

101Banana Plant Blossom

036aBird of Paradise Flower

038Moth Orchid (Phalaenopsis)

059aPitcher Plant

067Wax Plant (Hoya carnosa)


046Cymbidium Orchids

034Orchid species

Spider LilySpider Lily

All images copyright of Peggy A Thompson

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6 Responses to September Flowers

  1. All so very beautiful, Peggy. Enjoy the season!

  2. Gunta says:

    Thanks for the lovely bouquet. My Agapanthus didn’t bloom at all this year though it looks healthy enough otherwise. Perhaps needs dividing. It’s getting a bit crowded in its niche.

    • Glad you enjoyed the bouquet, Gunta! Everything is fading pretty quickly now, except for the Dahlias. I’m glad I have a few botanical conservatories around me to visit during the off season. It’s nice to look at the tropical flora every now and then.

  3. Amazing colours in these flowers!

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