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. I really enjoyed your yellow flowers. It made me eager to be back in Michigan and working in the garden – although right now it is under snow. 🙂

      1. If I lived in the deep south of the US all year long I would really miss the dramatic change in seasons that the north has. But I’m not wishing to be in the deep winter cold that the north is experiencing this year.

  2. Lindisfarne; flippin’ ‘eck, that’s lovely! I just want to run amok in it! There’s some lovely images there, especially those heleniums! I know a lot of gardeners don’t like yellow in the garden but I’ve got a north facing garden and I tell you what, yellow flowers and limey leaves with some blue pots really makes the garden sing!

    1. My camera battery ran out after taking that shot and I can’t look at it without mild regret, but when you have no camera, perhaps you are more in the moment – I’m never sure.

      I used not to particularly like yellow flowers with pink ones, but I’m less picky these days. I’ve met several people who have a passion for yellow roses.

        1. Primulas are my favourite plant to split. Teasing out their carroty roots is very relaxing. You didn’t get the experiment message did you? Becky and I have been wondering whether if she replies to you and I reply to her you both get it or just her.

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