Exterior of the Rhodes Memorial Convalescent home including the rose garden at 34 Dyers Pass Road, Cashmere.
Flower beds at the Botanic Gardens looking north towards the Canterbury Museum.
The Canterbury Junior Chamber of Commerce float in the Floral Procession in Christchurch.
The Floral Clock on Victoria Street with the Salvation Army Citadel in the background.
"Poppies in a lovely garden on a beautiful day in Christchurch." - Contributor's note. Taken amongst flower beds on Worcester Street near the corner with Oxford Terrace in the central city.
"For my class we took photos in town and this is one of my pictures i got!!! it was so much fun to do!!" - Contributor's note.Taken from by flower beds along Worcester Street near the intersection...
Wayne Hutchinson inspects his Boikov carnations.
Lovely warm and nice weather, cheerful-colored flowers stand out in the middle of Victoria Square. They took my exhaustion away. Pink, yellow, orange and green, they paint the city. Now all I can...
This photo was taken near c1 cafe. It shows why Christchurch is known as the 'Garden City'
Curator's House in the Botanical Gardens.
Queen Victoria Statue in Victoria Square with Christchuch Town Hall and the Ferrier Fountain in the background. "Daring view of Queen Victoria statue in Christchurch" - Contributor's note
View of Christchurch Botanic Gardens.
A group of people walking amongst colourful flower beds in an unknown garden.
View of a Botanic Gardens and river scene.
June Hunt by flower beds at the entrance to the Christchurch Botanic Gardens. The Curators House is in the background with Rolleston Avenue running to the left.
Part of the garden growing Impatiens, owned by June Hunt and Bernard Hunt on Mayo Place in Belfast.
Flower beds and blossom on trees in Victoria Square taken along Armagh Street looking towards the Armagh Street bridge across the Avon River.
A group of people sitting around a dining table with flower decorations in the centre of the table.
View of a person posing in Victoria Square near the Queen Victoria Statue. In the background is the Captain James Cook Statue looking towards Armagh Street.
View of an unknown Botanic Gardens.
Two Starlets, Nicole Creque and another girl with flowers in their hair and in costume in a park.
Dave Luther, of Hogsnort Rupert, with fellow band members, John Reilly and Alec Wishart.
A table show of flowers at a community hall with members of the Riccarton Horticultural and Beautifying Association viewing the displays.