26 White Flower Clipart
Today we have a simply exquisite collection of White Flower Clipart! These botanical art engravings are so beautifully detailed and expertly drawn down to the tiniest part. I especially love the delicate root systems. The antique prints are such an attractive way to decorate your home. The White Botanical Flower pictures would make a delightful wall grouping on a focal wall. The images are nice to use in your Mixed Media or floral Craft or Collage Projects! I think they would make an interesting floral junk journal cover or cards. Many of these were scanned from a Circa 1887 German Plant book in my collection.
Garden White Botanical Flower Pictures
This is a very lovely White Apple Blossom Image. It has three sweet little flowers on it, as well as three green leaves. Imagine the whole tree all abloom with these. Gorgeous!
Here is the newest addition to this collection. Featured here is a pretty plant picture with bright green leaves and delicate tiny blossoms that almost look a bit like stars!
This lovely white flower clipart is a Hawthorn. It has beautiful blooms and nice dark green leaves!
Tall Botanical White Flower Clipart
Woody Stem Botanical Flower Images
Displayed above is quite an interesting looking plant! It has several different looking flowers and buds. There are cute white star-like blossoms with tall yellow stamens and long slim leaves. The leaves remind me of Rosemary. I like the little dangling yellow buds too. The woody stem plant resembles a Labrador Tea Rhododendron.
Above is a very pretty Vintage White Flower Graphic from an Antique Botanical Print in my collection. The print dates to the 1840’s and is a Hand Colored engraving from a London book, or actually it may have been more of a magazine, called “The Botanic Garden.” According to the print this is a Malachodendron. I think the flower looks a lot like a White Wild Rose. The coloring is subtle and lovely and the flower contrasts nicely with the bright green leaves!
Creamy White Flower Clipart
White Botanical Prints
I love these wonderful old Botanical prints. This one dates to the 1820’s and is from the Curtis Botanical Magazine. It looks a lot like a Paper White to me, although it’s called a Scilla. Such a wonderful piece for your Garden Style projects!
This is another early botanical graphic Circa 1820’s from the Curtis Botanical Magazine. This beauty is a Viburnum. This would be fabulous framed and hung along side the coordinating print above. I wish you could feel how thick and crispy the paper is on the original, I’m so in awe of these very old pieces. It’s such an amazing feeling, holding something in your hands that’s nearly 200 years old!
White Sepia Rose Image
Vintage Floral Garland Image