First of all I put it through a filter called Fractalius (by Redfield) a very reasonably priced filter, and lots of fun. This gave the flowers edge definition with a white outline. The opacity was reduced.
I then create a new layer using the Control>Shift>Alt>E keys. On this next layer I went to Filter>Filter Gallery>Distort>Glass Filter.
Fourth Layer: Ctrl>Alt>Shift>E. I used Color Efex Pro (CEP), darken /lighten center. I use this filter a lot to just get a subtle shift in more darkness around the edges, and just a little lighter in the center to draw the viewers' attention to the center or lighter parts of the image. I use this filter in almost every image I make.
The fifth layer I used a texture by Joel Olives called "Early May". I also have a program called "Totally Rad" which will load any texture and automatically resize it to any image. Very handy and fast. This texture brightened up the image a bit. You do not need to create a new layer for this one. The Totally Rad program will do it for you.
The sixth layer (Ctrl>Alt>Shift>E) I used Color Efex Pro >Analog Filter> Barrel Distortion. This gave a lot of movement to the petals and I masked the centers of the flowers back in. They look like dancing faeries now.
The last layer, I used Image>Adjustments>Colour Look-Up, and used "Foggy Night". This changed the hue of the flower to more of a purple which I wanted. Then saved as a PSD and TIFF file.
That's it! The original is posted for comparison. I forgot to mention that I used Content Aware to the right of the frame to add canvas because the flower on the right was a little tight. Have fun!