Both collections contain 27 detailed models of flowers and plants each, ideal for exterior renderings in architectural visualization for example. All plants are modeled according to real world sizes and simply can be dropped into place.
Included species and models
Polygon count may vary from application to application.
Garden flowers vol.1
- Cosmos (five detailed models, 129367 to 270596 polygons)
- Coneflower (five detailed models, 242792 to 469591 polygons)
- Malva (five detailed models, 12131 to 253826 polygons)
- Creeping Zinnia (five patches, 16482 to 54402 polygons)
- Creeping Veronica (five detailed patches, 26868 to 126013 polygons)
- Generic green (two plant models, 5664 and 6018 polygons)
Garden flowers vol.2
- Lily ‘orange’ (five detailed models, 16842 to 37488 polygons). Lilies are herbaceous plants and are often used as ornamental flowers, especially in the northern hemisphere, where you also can find them in the wild. Lilies grow from a bulb and usually produce striking blossoms.
- Foxgloves (six detailed models, 77068 to 179580 polygons). Foxglove flowers (Digitalis) are part of the family of Plantaginaceae and can be found both in the wild, but also as ornamental plant in gardens. These flowers contain substances used to create medicine.
- Grape hyazinth (five detailed models, 80249 to 84972 polygons). Grape Hyazinth flowers (Genus: Muscari) are part of the family of Asparagceae and originate from Eurasia. Nowadays they can be found almost world wide. Because of the beautiful blossoms these flowers have become very popular amongst gardeners.
- Winter aconite (six patches, 24892 to 90864 polygons). Winter aconite (Eranthis) belongs to the buttercup plants. You can find them in many parts of the world, both as wild growing plant and also as ornamental flower. Eranthis is one of the first flowers of the year, often starts to bloom in January or February.
- Hydrangea (five detailed patches, 55107 to 160333 polygons). Hydrangea, also called Hortensia, is a flowering shrub native to southern and eastern Asia and also to north and south America. They are often used as ornamental shrub, also in Europe, because of the dense foliage and the colourful blossoms.