Well, I have to tell you, I'm not really a fan of shooting flowers - most of them are so similar to me and you have not much creative space, you can put some water drops on it, change the angle of lenses or lights and done....
But there's one special flower I really love, and the end of March is a perfect season to look for it: the great Pasque flower. Luckily we have found some a year ago in the Danube valley on a rock with a beautiful sight. I have put my 50-140mm f/2.8 lenses, my macro adapter rings, and for fun I packed also our old vintage Minolta 50mm f/1.7 lenses as well. Then packed a small speedlight with amber gel, remote trigger, and a big bottle of water sprinkler. (Fun fact: no more space left in my Fastpack AP 250 backpack for my water bottle to drink, anyway you make great products Lowerpro)
When we arrived the timing was just right (before sunset in golden hour), and the flowers were in the same place as last year. We looked for the most intriguing piece which is still lit by the sun with flattering golden shine. This creates a nice golden silhouette for their white hair around their body. I've put the flash on the opposite side, then sprayed water to light it up and catch some shiny bokeh behind the flower.
Now you know my secret - no Photoshop, only some creative thoughts, you can try, very easy, just go outside and enjoy the lights and nature! ;)