A collection of white flowers from around the world.
The Queen of the Night, a flowering cactus that blooms only at night. By next morning there is just the brown bedraggled remains of the evening’s beauty. I had to get up very early to catch this!
White flower in tropical tree at Koh Lanta Garden Home in Thailand. The damn things fell off immediately after they bloomed. It took forever to find one that stayed on the on the tree and was still beautiful! It’s the flower from the Barringtonia Asiatica, or Fish Poison Tree.
White Bleeding Heart flower in my west coast garden.
A white spikey lily in Cambodia.
A cardón cactus in bloom, found only in the high Puna region of Argentina.
A white waterlily at the Hortus Botanical Garden in Amsterdam, Holland.
More from Cee’s Fun Foto Challenge: White Flowers.
who knew so many flowers were so beautiful when they wear white.
I was surprised to find so many white flowers that were unusual in some way…
All so beautiful! Nice work!
These are so beautiful and delicate. Great white flower selection. 😀
I didn’t realize how delicate the flowers in my collection all were until you pointed it out. It appears I like my white flowers to be in some way ethereal…
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