Gallery of Yellow Flowers II

Cutting garden at Lindisfarne Island
Cutting garden at Lindisfarne

As the world outside is frosty, it’s great to have been prompted to share some more yellow flowers and bask for a while in their warm, cheerful shades. I’ve looked for different intensities of colours from soft, almost greyish to pure and bright and have included some rarities and commoners. For anyone in need of an extra fix, my first gallery is here.

Fennel flowers
Rosa 'The Pilgrim'
Rosa ‘The Pilgrim’
Daffodils with hellebores
Daffodils with hellebores
Iris aff. pseudocaucasica
Iris aff. pseudocaucasica
Yellow Cosmos
Yellow lupins
Yellow helenium
Buttercup meadow
Auricula 'April Moon'
Auricula ‘April Moon’
Dionysia aretioides 'Bevere'
Dionysia aretioides ‘Bevere’
Yellow Hamamelis above snowdrops
Hamamelis with snowdrops
Yellow rhododendron

Shared for HeyJude’s Life in Colour challenge: Yellow.

56 Replies to “Gallery of Yellow Flowers II”

  1. That’s quite a gallery and as you say, yellow has a cheerful effect. It’s made me impatient to get back into the garden but I have to be patient. Even if the weather warmed up enough to make it pleasant to work there, the soil is so waterlogged i doubt if I should do anything.

  2. I had barely recovered from The Pilgrim buds when I scrolled down to the daffodils and hellebores, and had to catch my breath again. What a magnificent combination! And I love the way the yellows and purples repeat themselves off in the distance; that is a gorgeous photo. I just came in from shoveling the latest snow, and this entire gallery (and the previous one) were exactly what I needed to warm and look up. Thank you!

    1. The Pilgrim buds always look as if they expect to have formed on a pink rose and have to change tack rapidly when they discover their mistake. I’m glad you spotted the hellebores. They were even more impressive than the daffodils, though decidedly in their shade. Sorry you have had to be clearing snow. That’s no fun.

  3. Nice collection Susan. I love flowers, specialy flowers in the wild. Thanks for giving us these warming pictures during the cold and frosty days.

    1. When I first started blogging I wondered whether I should try to keep things seasonal, but was reassured by readers that it didn’t much matter and was perhaps more fun to break it up a bit.

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