Flowers are an important accessory to any wedding. Find out more about wedding bouquets, bridal bouquets, bridesmaid bouquets, and other wedding party flowers at this wedding flower web site.
Simple hand tools are often best for small gardens or flower beds. A shovel, or spade, can be used to turn over soil, dig weeds, and make planting holes. A spading fork, or rake, can be used to transport plants and separate weeds from garden plants.
A lone purple pansy blooms among a crate of pansy plants. Located in a plant nursery or greenhouse, this package of pansy plants is waiting to be bought and planted by an optimistic gardener.
Lilium canadense is most commonly known as the Canada lily or wild yellow lily. Wild yellow lilies are common to the eastern United States and often pop up in unexpected places.
Two titanium rings are slipped on to the stems of yellow Gerbera daisies. The two rings joined with the flower stems indicate a marriage union. After being photographed in this manner, they will be slipped on to the fingers of their owners.
A bridesmaid holds her flower bouquet on her lap while wearing a lavender bridesmaid dress. This bouquet is the perfect complement to the bride's bouquet, using some of the same types and colors of flowers.
A simple white marble cross at the American Cemetery in the French town of Romagne-sous-Montfaucon honors the life of a soldier lost during World War I. The grave is surrounded by a beautiful flower bouquet as well as small American and French flags.
Community members left grief-stricken by the death of an 11-year-old Brampton, Ont., girl gathered at a park near the child's school to light candles, lay flowers and show support for the child's family at a vigil Saturday evening.
Canadian Broadcasting Corporation. Sat, 16 Feb 2019 14:15:25 EST.