Stop the wind
If you’re taking a picture of a flower, you’ll probably want to use a tripod. Because you need to get sufficient depth-of-field, a smaller aperture is chosen, but now you need a slower shutter speed.
With a tripod you ensure that the camera is perfectly stationary, but the flower is still dancing in the wind, and you can still get motion blur.
The solution I’ve found is what I call my “magic tools”. I’ll look for some small twigs or branches, and secure them to the flower stalk with a clothespin, just out of view. This way you can stop the movement of the flower enough to work with a slower shutter. The photos on the left show how it works.
This tool costs almost nothing and avoids a lot of disappointment.