The South Asia section of the Victoria and Albert museum is awash with plant patterns. If you are looking for a large amount of inspiration in one place, or you just want to plagiarise – everything a few centuries too old to be in copyright – then head here. Textiles, paintings, sculpture and more hang inside huge glass cabinets. Taking a good photo relies mostly on skill to eliminate your own reflection. Colours are as vibrant as the plant morphology is fascinating. Some so ornately formed you’re desperate to know if the subject is imagined or real. If believed to be the latter, then the next question is: Where do I have to go travel to find it?