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Canada in Bloom: Stunning Flower Photography From Across the Country

After a seemingly endless winter, nothing beats the vibrant colours of Canada in bloom! Check out this gallery of spectacular flower photography.

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Flower Picture Gallery - Pink TulipsPhoto: Heather Korlak

Pretty Posy

Heather Korlak of North Vancouver, B.C., writes: “when I moved here from Manitoba I would take daily walks to get to know my new neighbourhood. The spring flowers were abundant—and early, from my Prairie perspective. The beautiful tulips in Pemberton Heights caught my eye—they were so pretty and soft-looking.”

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Flower Picture Gallery - Tulip From AbovePhoto: Vanessa Vincent

View From Above

Vanessa Vincent of St. John’s shares this lovely shot of the top of a tulip, which she snapped in nearby Bowring Park.

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Flower Picture Gallery - Red TulipPhoto: Elaine Howard

Burst of Colour

“These tulips and daffodils created a beautiful burst of colour in my flowerbed,” writes Elaine Howard of Wallacetown, Ontario. “My daughter had brought the tulip bulbs back from Holland as a souvenir for me.”

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Flower Picture Gallery - Peach TulipPhoto: Ann Lane

About to Blossom

“I captured this pic in May 2019 in the front garden of my sister’s house during an evening visit,” says Ann Lane of Cobourg, Ontario.

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Flower Picture Gallery - Maple Leaf TulipsPhoto: Norma Keith

Iconic Bloom

“I snapped this photo in one of my flowerbeds in May 2017,” says Norma Keith of Baltimore, Ontario. “These are the Canada 150 Tulips, also known as Maple Leaf Tulips. It was the official tulip of Canada’s 150th anniversary. It’s a white tulip with fiery flashes of red that symbolize flames and resembles the Canadian Flag.”

You’ll find more of Norma’s striking snaps in this gallery of “in the backyard” photography.

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Dandelions in fieldPhoto: Jessica Arnold

A sea of yellow

With this striking photograph, Jessica Arnold of McBride, B.C., gives summer’s most misunderstood plant its due. “Dandelions might not be everyone’s favourite,” she says. “Some might even see them as a nuisance, but my grandpa has taught me that they are the best for bees, who get their winter store from dandelions.”

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Cherry blossom treePhoto: Aiden Mahoney

Cherry blossoms

Photographer Aiden Mahoney of Stephenville, Newfoundland, snapped this picture in his backyard. Summer comes slowly to western Newfoundland—enjoy these beauties while they last!

Check out more jaw-dropping pictures of the world’s most beautiful trees.

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VanDusen Gardens in VancouverPhoto: Margaret Newton

Lush canopy

Few things are more soothing than a leisurely stroll through a green cathedral. Margaret Newton of Port Coquitlam, B.C., took this shot in VanDusen Botanical Garden in Vancouver.

Here are more green-hued photos from across Canada.

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Weeping Cherry TreePhoto: Rena Nixon

Serenity now

Photographer Rena Nixon of New Minas, Nova Scotia, used depth of field to stunning effect to capture this cherry tree in bloom. Great job, Rena!

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Red tulipsPhoto: Linda Prudhomme

A shot of red

These ravishing red tulips captured by Linda Prudhomme of Guelph, Ontario, look as though they’re about to lose their precious petals… Ah, the fleeting beauty of Canada in bloom!

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Poppy plantPhoto: Glenda Cotnam

Prize blossom

Glenda Cotnam of Thorold, Ontario, shared this dramatic close-up of a brilliant red poppy. You can almost reach out and touch those pleated petals!

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Tree blossomsPhoto: Tracy Vandermeulen

Along the river trail

This photo by Tracy Vandermeulen of Carman, Manitoba, proves that tree blossoms can rival the prettiest annuals in the beauty stakes.

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Bright pink rosePhoto: Jeanette Grimshaw

Pretty in pink

Photographer Jeanette Grimshaw of Hamilton, deserves major props for this detailed photo of a pink rose. Simply gorgeous!

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White tulipsPhoto: Pierrette Carriere

Canadian tulips

Tulips are always a beautiful sign that summer is right around the corner! Thanks to Pierrette Carriere of North Bay, Ontario, for the snapshot.

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Ice plantPhoto: Karen Thompson

In living colour

These eye-popping fuchsia and orange ice plants may look like they’ve been Photoshopped, but that crazy colour contrast is 100 per cent natural! Thanks to the talented Karen Thompson of Kelowna, B.C., for sending it in.

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Morning dewPhoto: Andrea Arnold

After the rain

Photographer Andrea Arnold of Calgary says, “Rain makes everything brighter. Just a walk around the neighbourhood was all that was needed for this find!”

For more of Mother Nature at her most dramatic, take a look at this gallery of extreme weather photography.

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Wild Pacific Trail in British ColumbiaPhoto: Angelina Minor

Hardy specimens

Photographer Angelina Minor of Port Coquitlam, B.C., took this photo along the Wild Pacific Trail in Ucluelet. “They were clinging to the side of the rock face as the Pacific Ocean crashed below,” she says.

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Monarch caterpillarPhoto: Ted Gough

Monarch of the glen

Ted Gough of London, Ontario, definitely caught a “photo bomb” in action—this caterpillar is trying to steal the show!

Find out how to attract more butterflies to your backyard.

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Alium plant ready to bloomPhoto: Janice Andrews

Darling buds

This budding allium is about to blossom into a big purple pom-pom! Thanks to photographer Janice Andrews of Winnipeg for sharing.

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Roses in bloom on CanadaPhoto: Lillian Kennedy

Canada Day display

Photographer Lillian Kennedy of Maces Bay, New Brunswick, captured these beautiful roses in bloom on July 1—Canada’s birthday! Thanks for sharing, Lillian.

Don’t miss this gorgeous gallery of Canada Day photography.

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Purple vipers and a bumblebeePhoto: Sydney Donkers

A bumblebee’s life

The colours of this bumblebee and purple viper are positively gorgeous. Thanks to Sydney Donkers of Bancroft, Ontario, for sharing.

Psst—this is where honeybees hide during the winter months.

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Alium in bloomPhoto: Brenda Snape

Up close and personal

There’s often so much beauty to be found by going “macro,” as witnessed in this detailed capture by photographer Brenda Snape of Aurora, Ontario.

Check out more fascinating macro photography.

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Busy beesPhoto: Erla McCormick

Pollination stations

Erla McCormick of Sarnia, Ontario, managed to beautifully capture these hardworking bees.

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LilacsPhoto: Kimberly Wood

Favourite fragrance

Want to stop and smell the flowers? You can’t go wrong with lilacs—arguably the most aromatic flowers on a warm early summer’s day. Thanks to Kimberly Wood of Peterborough, Ontario, for sharing.

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Golden chain treePhoto: Josee Blagdon

Shades of gold

Native to the mountains of central Europe, this beautiful golden chain tree looks right at home here in Canada. This was taken by Josee Blagdon of Victoria.

Spring and summer don’t have a monopoly on handsome foliage, of course. Check out these gorgeous fall photos.

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Little boy playing with tulipsPhoto: Joyce Stolte

Future green thumb

Joyce Stolte of Edmonton says, “My grandson, Micah, enjoying the tulips. Wanted to see if they smelled good!”

Here’s more fantastic photography of kids enjoying the great outdoors.

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Red conflowerPhoto: Maryse Tremblay

Red coneflower

Maryse Tremblay of Dollard-des-Ormeaux, Quebec, makes the textures come alive with this snapshot of Echinacea Purpurea—part of the sunflower family.

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Wildflowers in Prince Edward IslandPhoto: Sharon Peters

Wild and free

Photographer Sharon Peters of Three Hills, Alberta, captured these colourful wildflowers along the North Cape Coastal Drive on Prince Edward Island.

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Lavender fieldPhoto: Norma Keith

Field of dreams

Planted in neat and tidy rows that stretch beyond the crest of a hill, this magnificent lavender field truly showcases the splendour of Canada in bloom. Thanks to Norma Keith of Baltimore, Ontario, for sharing!

Don’t miss these stunning nature photos from across Canada.

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Edible berriesPhoto: Tammy Green

Berry cute

Photographer Tammy Green of Harrington Harbour, Quebec, says, “These yummy berries are called cloudberries—they are very popular here on the Lower North Shore.” Thanks for sharing, Tammy!

If  you’ve enjoyed this flower picture gallery, be sure to check out this roundup of Canada’s best garden photography.

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