Gallery: Plant Life

 

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Included here are photographs of plants, flowers, seed heads, wild flowers and aquatic plants.

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>Passion Flower Close-up by Rod Johnson

 

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Passion Flower Close-up

A close-up of a Passion Flower, (Passiflora caerulea), which is my favourite flower. This flower was photographed in my own greenhouse. I have propagated and grown these beautiful climbers for many years, but this specimen, has been resident in my greenhouse for over 30 years and although each year I have a constant battle to keep the rampant climber under control, I cannot bear to part with it.

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>Hydrangea macrophylla 'Blue Wave' by Rod Johnson

 

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Hydrangea macrophylla 'Blue Wave'

The flowers of a Hydrangea macrophylla 'Blue Wave', photographed in the Lost Gardens of Heligan, near Mevagissey in Cornwall, England. This close-up view of the lacecap hydrangea, shows clusters of fertile flowers which change from green to dark blue and these are surrounded by larger pale blue sterile flowers. The deciduous shrub has large green leaves and the flowers appear from mid-to late summer.

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>Osteospermum - African Daisy, Pink by Rod Johnson

 

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Osteospermum - African Daisy, Pink

A close-up view of an Osteospermum flower, or African Daisy. This specimen had pink petals and a yellow centre, but other flowers nearby, had darker centres. The Osteospermum was photographed at Trebah Garden, near to Falmouth, in Cornwall, England.

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>Bee Wood, Bluebells by Rod Johnson

 

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Bee Wood, Bluebells

Bee Wood near Froggatt, in Derbyshire, England. A beautiful woodland scene, carpeted with masses of bluebell clusters and the sunlight filtering through the densely wooded area which has many aging silver birch trees.

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>Common Gorse in the Woodland by Rod Johnson

 

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Common Gorse in the Woodland

A tall specimen of common gorse, (Ulex europaeus), is pictured on the edge of the woodland at Branston Water Park, in Branston, Staffordshire, England.

The gorse bush with its small yellow flowers and sharp thorns, was captured against backdrop of blurred tree branches. This species has a long flowering period, which begins in late autumn, it continues throughout the winter and then the strongest flowers appear in spring.

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>Common Reed Seed Head by Rod Johnson

 

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Common Reed Seed Head

A close-up view of a Common Reed, (Phragmites australis) seed head, at Branston Water Park, in Branston, Staffordshire, England. The common reed is a tall perennial grass which grows in many wetlands around the world. Branston Water Park has the largest reed bed in Staffordshire.

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>Pink Dahlia Close-up by Rod Johnson

 

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Pink Dahlia Close-up

A close-up photo of a pink Dahlia, found in a park flower bed, in Falmouth, Cornwall, England. This Collerette type Dahlia, has pinkish-white flat ray florets, cream-white collar florets and bright yellow disc florets. The flower is surrounded by dark green leaves and three flower buds.

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>Burnet Rose, (Rosa pimpinellifolia) by Rod Johnson

 

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Burnet Rose, (Rosa pimpinellifolia)

A close-up photo of a Burnet Rose flower, (Rosa pimpinellifolia), beside the footpath through Wolfscote Dale in the Derbyshire Peak District of England. This wild rose often has solitary white flowers on thorny stems with green oval leaves. It grows mainly on sand dunes, grasslands, limestone footpaths and heaths.

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>Yellow Iris, (Iris pseudacorus) by Rod Johnson

 

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Yellow Iris, (Iris pseudacorus)

A close-up photo of a Yellow Iris, (Iris pseudacorus). A common, strong perennial wild flower which grows in pond margins, marshes and on river banks. It has a flower of bright yellow on a tall stem, with grey-green sword-shaped leaves.This one was pictured on the bank of the lake at Barton Marina, Barton under Needwood in Staffordshire, England.

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>Fading Teasel Flower by Rod Johnson

 

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Fading Teasel Flower

A close-up photo of a fading Teasel flower head, (Dipsacus fullonum), captured beside the Cromford Canal at Cromford in Derbyshire, England.

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>Bluebell Cluster by Rod Johnson

 

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Bluebell Cluster

A close-up view of a cluster of Bluebells in a woodland at Newchurch in Staffordshire, England.

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>Globe Thistle (Echinops bannaticus) by Rod Johnson

 

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Globe Thistle (Echinops bannaticus)

Echinops bannaticus is an upright perennial with globose, pale to mid-blue flower heads on tall stems with deeply cut leaves. The seed heads are often used in dried flower arrangements. The location was Drakelow in Derbyshire, England.

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>Water Lily with Underwater Detail by Rod Johnson

 

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Water Lily with Underwater Detail

A view of a Water Lily, (Nymphaeaceae), including the under water detail of the aquatic plant. It was shot from the river bank, and with the use of a polarising filter and a slow shutter speed, at Burton on Trent in Staffordshire, England.

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>Honesty Seed Pods by Rod Johnson

 

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Honesty Seed Pods

Seed pods of the annual Honesty, (Lunaria annua) pictured at Drakelow in Derbyshire, England. The 1m high, quick growing plant, has large pointed oval coarsely toothed leaves and lilac, pink, or red-purple flowers. The seed pods are popular for dried flower arrangements.

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>Teasel Laced with Morning Dew by Rod Johnson

 

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Teasel Laced with Morning Dew

A close-up view of a Teasel seed head, (Dipsacus fullonum), laced with spiders webs and dew, captured on a foggy morning beside the river at Burton on Trent, Staffordshire, England.

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>Yarrow Flower Heads by Rod Johnson

 

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Yarrow Flower Heads

Yarrow, (Achillea millefolium), is a common wild flower with flat clusters of white or pinkish flower heads on stems up to 75cm high and feathery leaves. It is often found on grassland, waste land or on roadsides. This one was pictured beside the river at Stapenhill, near Burton on Trent, Staffordshire, England.

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>Sunflowers by Rod Johnson

 

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Sunflowers

Most of us have a picture of the odd one or two of these magnificent flowers, but a mass like this is a little more unusual. I would like to claim that these were in some exotic location, but in fact, this was a display at the Eden Project near St. Austell, Cornwall, England.

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>Bulrush Seed Head, Disintegrating by Rod Johnson

 

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Bulrush Seed Head, Disintegrating

A close-up of a disintegrating seed head of the common bulrush or broadleaf Cattail (Typha latifolia). Located in a pond at Stretton, near Burton on Trent, Staffordshire, England.

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>Grasses With Seed Heads by Rod Johnson

 

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Grasses With Seed Heads

A clump of grasses pictured growing beside the Trent and Mersey Canal at Shardlow in Derbyshire, England.

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>Passion Flower by Rod Johnson

 

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Passion Flower

Passion Flower, (Passiflora caerulea), is my favourite flower. This is one from my own garden. I have propagated and grown these beautiful climbers for many years now.

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