“Tricolor” Goblet Shaped Flower Tauheed Ahmad December 2, 2016 Flowers 1512 Photographer Rosie Nixon given the name ‘Tricolor’ due to its purple-lilac goblet shaped which also has a band of white and yellow at the base. I have quite a few of these in flower in the garden but during the winter months it’s not easy to take the image outdoors. Photographer Rosie gets the pictures and picked which can explore them with a macro lens indoors. Rosie captured this image just as the heat of the room was encouraging the crocus to open its goblet shaped flowers and reveal its nectar. Rosie Nixon at Google Plus Originally posted 2014-08-23 15:38:47. Republished by Blog Post Promoter Related PostsPetunia is Small Flower Comes in Several Shapes and ColorsGrape Hyacinth or “Muscari” FlowerPhlox Flower is Glory of Summer GardenLantana Heads are Clusters of Tiny Flowers in Shades of Red, Pink, Yellow and Orange, Sometimes all in One ClusterJasmine is Evergreen FlowerWinter Aconite “Eranthis Hyemalis” FlowerCosmos Flower is Ideal for the back of your GardenFritillaria Imperialis A commonly Grown Plant in Gardens Leave a Reply Cancel ReplyYou must be logged in to post a comment.