Be Inspired - Amazing Flowers

Words to Inspire

“All the flowers of all the tomorrows are in the seeds of today”

Idea to Inspire

Add a fresh bouquet of your favorite flowers in your work space for a little inspiration. The beautiful colors and sweet smell will keep you motivated.

Photos to Inspire

As much as I love to look at flowers, I rarely know their names. Today's collection has a variety of flowers I have never seen, but are very beautiful. So if you are a flower person and know the names of any of these flowers please share!

Source: via Erica on Pinterest

Source: bing.com via Brandi on Pinterest

Source: flickr.com via Karen on Pinterest

Source: tumblr.com via Heather on Pinterest

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  1. It's amazing to think about how many shapes you see in nature!

  2. Those are sooooo beautiful. Wish I could help you with the names but I haven't a clue.

  3. I like flowers too and I rarely know what their names are. I also don't think I can keep a flower alive. But, flower pictures are great so I don't have to worry about that. Thanks for the find.

  4. Awesome post, once again! Love all these beautiful flowers. =)

  5. Beautiful mix! I'm glad that I'm not the only one who doesn't know a lot of flower names.

  6. What beautiful flowers! The first one looks like frosting. I have no clue what they are. Isn't great we don't have to know their names to enjoy them?!!

  7. Just like you I love the beauty of flowers, but rarely know the names. The yellow one with the purple spots is an orchid :)

  8. Luckily, one of your readers has a Masters in Plant Biology! I used this as my morning puzzle over coffee :)

    1. Pretty sure a Dahlia twisted in Photoshop or something.

    2. White Egret orchid (Habenaria radiata) . These are wild orchids. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Habenaria_radiata

    3. Some Bomarea species: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bomarea

    4.Some Plumeria species: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Plumeria

    5. Phalaenopsis orchids have been hybridized like mad all over the world by horticulturists, so this could be one of countless yellow Phal orchid hybrids. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Phalaenopsis

    6. Gloriosa lily, the national flower of Zimbabwe and Rhodesia. If you click through the pin, the description is on its Flickr page.

    7. This picture has some bubbles in it. I think it's a sea creature.

  9. Knitforlife, thanks for all the info! I am always inspired by flowers colors and textures, and now I know a little more about them.


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