I still don't have a digital camera and I have been borrowing my wife's point-and-shoot until I get a Nikon. Breeding zinnias is a hobby of mine. I take quite a few pictures of flowers (mostly zinnias) and I just finished a session using my wife's Kodak Z712 IS that was a disaster. All of the pictures were blurred, mainly from motion blur. A few because the Kodak chose to focus on the background.
This was a kind of epiphany for me -- floral picture making can be like sports photography. Your subjects are in motion. The flowers are bobbing and weaving in a way that a boxer might be proud of. Some floral photographers use wind guards to bring the flowers to a more quiet state. That is impractical for me.
I was ready to purchase the new D3200, but it has "only" a 1/4000th max shutter. I am hoping the D5200 will have a faster shutter, like 1/8000th. Otherwise I will need to move up to the D7000 or its successor. Or "make do" with 1/4000th and get a D3200 now. In the meantime, I will have to wait for the wind to die down while the lighting conditions are good. That can take some patience in Kansas.