Orange Flowers

Beautiful orange-coloured flowers. The use of orange in the garden and gardens with tones of orange in their planting.
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Beautiful, British Grown Flowers for Valentine's Day and Mother's Day 2017 - Pumpkin Beth

Beautiful, British Grown Flowers for Valentine's Day and Mother's Day 2017 - Pumpkin Beth

Phalaenopsis 'Sunny Smell. Phalaenopsis are long-flowering plants that make a welcome addition to the home when grown as a house plant, and a super gift.

Phalaenopsis 'Sunny Smell. Phalaenopsis are long-flowering plants that make a welcome addition to the home when grown as a house plant, and a super gift.

Daffodil Gardens and Events for 2017 - Pumpkin Beth

Daffodil Gardens and Events for 2017 - Pumpkin Beth

Phalaenopsis 'Sunny Smell' produces attractive, warm-coloured flowers in complementary tones of yellow, orange and red.

Phalaenopsis 'Sunny Smell' produces attractive, warm-coloured flowers in complementary tones of yellow, orange and red.

Kew Orchid Extravaganza 2017 - Pumpkin Beth

Kew Orchid Extravaganza 2017 - Pumpkin Beth

Rosa ROALD DAHL ('Ausowlish') is a floriferous shrub rose, flowering almost continuously from early June until the first frosts.

Rosa ROALD DAHL ('Ausowlish') is a floriferous shrub rose, flowering almost continuously from early June until the first frosts.

Pumpkins (and other vegetables) to sow in May - Pumpkin Beth

Pumpkins (and other vegetables) to sow in May - Pumpkin Beth

Rosa ROALD DAHL ('Ausowlish') has a delicious tea rose fragrance, with a delicious fruity character to its perfume.

Rosa ROALD DAHL ('Ausowlish') has a delicious tea rose fragrance, with a delicious fruity character to its perfume.

Rosa ROALD DAHL ('Ausowlish') produces flowers are a soft orangey peach colour, the new buds being blushed with touches of red, which reminded the breeders, and Roald Dahl’s wife Liccy Dahl, of the peach from Roald’s famous story ‘James and the Giant Peach’.

Rosa ROALD DAHL ('Ausowlish') produces flowers are a soft orangey peach colour, the new buds being blushed with touches of red, which reminded the breeders, and Roald Dahl’s wife Liccy Dahl, of the peach from Roald’s famous story ‘James and the Giant Peach’.

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