Research | Flowers

For the second image in my series I would like to have a baby inside a flower. I haven’t decided yet if it will be real or fake but I started out looking at different types that might work for the image I have in mind.



Ranunculus –

It blooms in early spring to midsummer and grows between 0.5 to 3-feet in height.




Pink Dahlia –

They grow from 2.5 to 5.5 feet in height and bloom in midsummer to early fall.



Pink Peony –

Peonies will last throughout the entire summer season and will return each spring.



Calla Lilly –

This flower is native to Southern Africa and actually very easy to grow from a bulb or rhizome.



Crocus –

The Crocus Vernus is an early spring bloomer that is native to the alpine areas of the Pyrenees, Alps, and the Carpathian



Delphinium –

This splendid flower is often found in English Cottage Garden designs and are often cut for use in bouquets. They grow to impressive heights between 3 to 8 feet and will bloom in early summer through to early fall.



Magnolia –

The magnolia is one of the oldest flowering trees in history.  Incredibly, it’s older than the evolution of bees and therefore is only pollinated by beetles!  The magnolia is native to North America, Central America, and the West Indies.



Sunflower –

Early summer – mid fall