Best Photos of the Week: May 3rd, 2024

Explore a collection of our favorite photographs and digital art from the world of botany, floristry, and nature this week.

Photos of the Week May 3rd 2024

P.S. If you’d like to share your favorite photos from your garden or floral design projects, we’d love to include them in upcoming ‘Photos of the Week’ editions. Photos can be sent to andrew@petalrepublic.com

1) Poppy Fields

An array of stunning wildflowers in bloom including poppies, daisies, and dandelions.

Poppy Fields in Bloom

2) Heath Spotted-Orchids

Beautiful spotted orchids growing in amongst the tall green grass.

Heath Spotted Orchids in tall green grass

3) Wildflower Meadows in Bloom

A vibrant and colorful wildflower meadow.

Colorful wildflower meadow

4) The Cosmos

A lovely dark pink cosmos flower on a sunny day in a country prairie.

Red Cosmos Flower in Field

5) Camassia quamash

A field filled with small violet-colored camas flowers.

A field of wild small camas flowers

6) Wichura’s Rose

A cluster of beautiful pink Wichura’s roses.

Bright Pink Roses in Bloom

7) Tulip Season

An array of colorful tulip flowers growing near the waterside.

Colorful tulip flowers growing near a lake

8) Summer Wildflower Meadow

Vibrant and colorful wildflowers featuring daisies, cornflowers, and Mediterranean marigolds.

Wildflower meadow in bloom

9) The Country Road

A bank alongside a country road filled with beautiful wildflowers on a warm spring day.

Wildflowers growing alongside a country road

10) California Poppies

Bright, bold, and beautiful California poppies in bloom.

Bright orange California poppies

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Editorial Director | andrew@petalrepublic.com | Full Bio

Andrew is the Editorial Director at Petal Republic. He holds a BSc degree in Plant Sciences and has trained professionally at leading floristry schools in London and Paris. In amongst overseeing a global editorial team, Andrew's a passionate content creator around all things flowers, floral design, gardening, and houseplants.

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