Flowers of Scotland in Summer
- Antirrhinum, Begonia, Clematis

Here are a number of colourful plants which bloom in the middle of summer.

Antirrhinum 1

Grown from seed every year, antirrhinums come in a wide variety of colurs.

Antirrhinum 2

Also known as "Snapdragons" antirrhinums have a nickname of "Mappie Mous" (literally rabbit mouths) in some parts of Scotland.


The begonia is often grown under glass in greenhouses in Scotland. This one was on display at a flower show.

Clematis 1

This clematis with its large petals is called "Nelly Moser" and is a popular variety in suburban gardens.

Clematis 2

This delicate clematis was growing in the grounds of Culzean Castle in Ayrshire.

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