100+ Flowers Name in Hindi & English with Pictures (2023)

Flowers are the most beautiful thing in nature. Every flower has different names and pronunciations in Hindi and English. Flowers are attractive as they are used for decorations, and apart from the attraction, they are beneficial for health as they are also used for making medicines. In the whole universe, you will find 4,00,000 + flower species. Some flowers look similar, but each one has its quality and own smell.

NoFlowerEnglishHindiScientific Name
1rose flowerRoseगुलाबRosa
3Daisy flower DaisyगुलबहारBellis perennis
4Tulip flowerTulipकन्द पुष्पTulipa
5Lotus flowerLotusकमलNelumbo nucifera
6jasmine flowerJasmineचमेली Jasminum
7Magnolia flowerMagnoliaचम्पाMagnolia
8Balsam flowerBalsamगुल मेहँदीImpatiens balsamina
9Lavender flower Lavenderलैवेंडर Lavandula
10Flax flowerFlaxपटसनLinum usitatissimum
11Butterfly PeaअपराजिताClitoria ternatea
12Hibiscusगुड़हल का फूलHibiscus
14Golden ShowerअमलतासCassia fistula
15Ture Chamomileबबुने का फुलMatricaria recutita
16Forest Ghostआँकुरी बाँकुरीAeginetia indica
17Yellow Marigoldगेंदे का फूलTagetes erecta L
18Pot Marigoldगुले अशर्फ़ीCalendula officinalis
19Star Jasmineकुंद पुष्पTrachelospermum jasminoides
20Night Blooming Jasmineरात की रानीCestrum nocturnum
21Jasminum SambacमोगराJasminum sambac
22Crape Jasmineचांदनी फूलTabernaemontana divaricata
23Common White Frangipaniगुलैन्चीPlumeria alba
24Peacock Flowerगुलेतूरा फूलCaesalpinia pulcherrima
25Scarlet Milkweedकाकतुण्डीAsclepias curassavica
26Black Turmericकाली हल्दीCurcuma caesia
27Columbine Flowerकालंबिन फूलAquilegia
28Cobra Saffronनाग चम्पाMesua ferrea
29PeriwinkleसदाबहारLittorina littorea
30Yellow Oleanderपीला कनेरThevetia peruviana
32Puncture VineगोखरूTribulus terrestris
34Blue Water LilyनीलकमलNymphaea caerulea
35Aloe Vera Flowerघृत कुमारीAloe barbadensis miller
36ShameplantछूईमूईMimosa pudica
37Delonix Regiaगुलमोहरflamboyant
38Night Flowering JasmineहरसिंगारNyctanthes arbor-tristis
41Hiptageमाधवी पुष्पHiptage
43Cockscombलाल मुर्ग़ाCelosia cristata
44Sweet Violetबनफशा का फूलViola odorata
45Poppy FlowerखसखसPapaverales
46Grand Crinum LilyनागदमनीCrinum asiaticum
47Prickly PearनागफनीOpuntia
48Creeper Flowersमधु मालतीCombretum Indicum
49Butea Monospermaपलाश के फुलButea monosperma
50Primroseबसन्ती गुलाबPrimula vulgaris
51Purple Passionझुमका लताGynura aurantiaca
52Indian Tulipपारस पीपलThespesia populnea
53Zombi Peaजंगली मूंगVigna vexillata
54Millingtonia Hortensisनीम चमेलीMillingtonia hortensis
55Stramoniumसफ़ेद धतुराDatura stramonium
58Lady’s slipper orchidआर्किड फूलCypripedium reginae
59Foxtail Orchidद्रौपदी मालाRhynchostylis retusa
60PansyबनफूलViola tricolor subsp. Hortensis
61Bluestar FlowerअसोनियाAmsonia
62Star Gloryकामलता फूलBlue Star
63Indigo Flowerनील फूलIndigofera tinctoria
64Spanish Cherryमौलश्री का पुष्पMimusops elengi
66Queen Crape MyrtleजरुलLagerstroemia
67Blue Morning Gloryप्रातः श्रीIpomoea indica
68Picotee Blue Morning Gloryपॉटोटी ब्लू मॉर्निंग ग्लोरीIpomoea nil
69Tanner’s Cassiaतरवड़Senna auriculata (L.) Roxb
71Mirabilis Jalapaमिराबिलिस जालपाMirabilis jalapa
72Anemone Flowerरत्नज्योति फूलWindflowers
73Plumeriaप्लमेरिया Plumeria
74Glory LilyबचनागGloriosa superba
75Brahma Kamalब्रह्मकमलSaussurea obvallata
76Burr MallowबिचताUrena lobata
77Blue Fountain BushभरंगीRotheca serrata
78Burmann’s SundewमुखजलीDrosera burmannii Vahl
79Ixora Coccineaरुग्मिनीIxora coccinea
80Mountain Laurelमाउंटेन लॉरेलKalmia latifolia
81Siroi Lilyसिरोय कुमुदिनीLilium mackliniae
82Ashok Flowerसीता अशोकSaraca asoca
83Golden Frangipaniसोन चम्पाPlumeria
84Monsoon lilyसफ़ेद मुस्लीScadoxus multiflorus
85Mexican Tuberoseरजनीगन्धाPolianthes tuberosa
86Common LantanaराईमुनियाLantana
87Rohiraरोहेड़ाTecomella undulata
88Mexican Prickly Poppyसत्यानाशीArgemone mexicana
89Showy Rattlepodसन्नीCrotalaria spectabilis Roth
90Crownसफ़ैद आकCorvus spp
91Canna Lilyसर्वज्जयCanna
92Ranunculus Flowerरनंगक्यलस फूलRanunculus silerifolius
93Hypericum flowerहाइपेरिकम फूलHypericum perforatum
94Common Crape MyrtleसावनीLagerstroemia
95Orange Tiger Lilyनारंगी बाघ लिलीLilium bulbiferum
96Blood Lilyरक्त लिलीScadoxus multiflorus
97Asiatic LilyलिलिLilium asiatica
98Tuberose Flowerकंद फूलPolianthes tuberosa
99Bluebell flowerनीला फूलHyacinthoides non-scripta
100Juliet Roseजूलियट रोज़Diascia barberae

Flowers Name in Hindi & English

1. Rose

The Rose is considered a symbol of love and the oldest flower on the earth. It is fit for human consumption and is a staple element for the perfume industry. Rose is also the nationwide flower of the U.S. You can find roses in many colors like red, lavender, white, yellow, pink, orange, and blue. The different color of the Rose has a different meaning. They mainly bloom in the spring season. The Rose is regarded as the most beautiful flower in the world, which is why it is called the “queen of the garden.” The most expensive Rose sold for a million dollars.

2. Sunflower 

Sunflower blooms in the summer season. Every sunflower is thousands of tiny flowers. It contains around 1,000 to 2,000 seeds. It provides us energy in the form of nourishment and vibrancy. Sunflowers follow the sun, and as the sun moves, so will the sunflower follows it. It contains vitamins A and B, protein, iron, calcium, and nitrogen, and it has a healing history. The most towering sunflower was over 30 feet elevated. They are native to North America. Also, they have traveled to space.

3. Daisy 

Daisies are one of the most common weeds because they can grow everywhere. It blooms best from April to June. It comes in various colors, such as white, pink, red, and blue. Each color has a different meaning. The simplicity and natural beauty of the daisy have made the flower an International Emblem of innocence and purity. Daisies are a stake in the sunflower relative. It is attending in all mainlands, excluding Antarctica.

4. Tulips

Tulips are usually large, showy, and brightly colored. They are available in different colors, such as red, pink, yellow, and white. The significance of tulips is perfect love. It is pretty famous for being perfectly symmetrical. Its petals can be used to replace onions in many recipes and also to make wine. Tulips can live for ten years. They are a part of the lily family and are native to Central Asia. Holland is the most extensive cultivator of tulips.

5. Lotus

Since lotuses rise from the mud without stains, they are considered a symbol of purity. It is the attribute of the sun and fire gods. The lotus is available in different colors, such as white, pink, and blue. It has an energy rotation, unlike any other plant. Lotus, the national flower of India, is also known as ‘kamal’ and is symbolic of wealth, prosperity, and purity in Buddhism and Hinduism. Lotus plants blossom throughout the summer, and the flower lives for three days.

6. Jasmine 

It is widely cultivated for its strong fragrance. People love the flower for its sweet smell. It represents feminine powers, modesty, hospitality, and inspiration. It flourishes pleasingly in full sun to partially shady spots. The flower lasts up to two weeks. It has also been used to restore skin luster and reduces dryness without clogging pores. It is also used on the skin to speed up wound healing. You will rarely find this flower in the United States. It grows almost 22 inches in a year.

7. Magnolia 

It is also known as the southern magnolia or bull bay. They range in colors from pink, purple, white, and even yellow. Magnolias are accepted to be the earliest known flowering plants. It smells like a sweet floral fragrance that’s lightly fruity, with some scent of Champagne. Magnolia flowers generally last for two weeks on the tree. The flower is representative of the magnificence encompassing femininity and gentleness.

8. Balsam flower 

It is popularly known as ‘touch-me-not.’ It is native to India and Myanmar. It is an annual flower that begins to bloom in the late spring. It grows 20–75 cm tall, with a thick and soft stem. In the Language of Flowers, its means ‘Impatient for Love’. They are soft, can be used as an ointment in wound recovery, and smells similar to vanilla.

9. Lavender 

It is found in Cape Verde and is native to the Old World. Lavender has a unique floral taste with hints of mint and rosemary. It needs to have full sun and well-drained soil to grow. It represents devotion, serenity, grace, and calmness. It is well known for calming the nervous system, lifting the mood, and lowering blood pressure. The ancient Greeks used it to cure insomnia and ease back pain.

10. Flax flower 

It is popularly known as common flax or linseed. It starts blooming in May and continues through September. The flower lasts for a maximum of 25 days. Flax seeds are yellow, greenish, green-brownish, brown, or dark. Flax produces bisexual flowers, and it can do self-pollination. Flaxseed is an affluent origin of omega-3 fatty acid alpha-linolenic acid. It is also high in dietary fiber, protein, iron, manganese, thiamin, magnesium, and copper.

11. Butterfly Pea 

It is popularly known as blue tea and is found in Southeast Asia. It is rich in antioxidants and usually used as an herbal tea and cosmetic product. Also, Butterfly pea flowers can be eaten raw. It is a short-lived, fast-growing flower that grows approximately 2.5 meters high. It helps improve blood sugar control and improves hair and skin health. Consumption of Butterfly Pea flower tea may generate Nauseousness.

12. Hibiscus 

It is a genus of flowering plants in the mallow lineage. It blooms in mid to late summer. It contains antioxidants, such as anthocyanins. It helps boost the immune system and also helps to prevent cell damage caused by radicals in the body. The flower comes in various colors, such as white, pink, lavender, red, or burgundy. It is also called the ‘queen of tropical flowers,’ ‘shoe flower,’ and ‘rose mallow.’ Some species of hibiscus flower change their color with age.

13. Cassandra 

It is brightly colored and blooms continuously. It is comfortable to grow both indoors and outdoors. Some people call it a firecracker flower. It grows nearly two feet tall and wide. Bright orange is the most common color of Cassandra, but it is also available in coral, peach, and even yellow. It blooms from April to October. Cassandra only appears delicate but is a pretty tough plant. They thrive in a warm, humid climate and cannot tolerate cold weather.

14. Golden Shower Flower 

Cassia fistula is another name for Golden Shower. It thrives in hot temperatures. The golden shower tree is the national flower of Thailand, and its yellow leaves symbolize Thai royalty. The flowers are incredibly fragrant and attract many bees, including many butterflies. The flowers are of ritual importance in the state of Kerala, where they are part of the festival of Vishu. It is a medium-sized tree with fast growth. The leaves are deciduous.

15. Chamomile 

Chamomile is the common name for many daisy-like plants. Its leaves are small, feathery, and much-divided. Chamomile flowers hold the symbolic meaning of rest, peace, and calmness. It is usually promoted for sleeplessness, anxiety, and gastrointestinal conditions. These flowers bloom between May and October. Andis is named this way because it grows near the ground and smells like an apple. It grows in the form of a small shrub that usually is 8 to 12 inches tall.

16. Forest Ghost Flower 

It is also known as Indian broomrape. It doesn’t need photosynthesis to grow and can easily thrive in dark areas. June to October is the best time to spot Ghost plants. It is approximately 15-25 cm tall. It is called the ghost flower because of its pale, ghostly appearance. The color varies from pure, pale white to pinkish, mauve, or grey. In many regions, it is used for medicinal and ritual purposes.

17. Yellow Marigold Flower

It symbolizes Positive feelings, happiness, and joy. Marigolds are extremely good for repelling insects and pests from garden plants. 

They come in various colors, such as orange, red, maroon, and yellow. 

They can grow almost 48 inches tall and around 32 inches wide. It thrives well in spring, summer, and autumn but not in the winter season.

A few minor skin injuries and inflammation can also be successfully treated. It is also an artistic logo of Nepal.

18. Pot Marigold flower 

Pot marigold has been known as the “flower of the rains.” They represent power and strength. They are rapidly growing plants, and wide varieties are self-seeding which means they will spread throughout the garden. They are October’s birth flower. It is native to southern Europe. It is often used to heal skin conditions like burns, bruises, abrasions, insect bites, sunburns, acne, rashes, and many others. Also, the flower is edible and has a slightly peppery flavor.

19. Star Jasmine 

It is a species of flowering plant in the relative of Apocynaceae. It is commonly known as southern jasmine, star jasmine, confederate jessamine, and Chinese star jasmine. It is well planted in the spring and proliferates. It usually grows 10 to 15 feet towering. The reason why jasmine is so popular is its strong fragrance. Dried flowers are used for the making of jasmine tea. It symbolizes happiness, deep affection, and elegance in China.

20. Night Blooming Jasmine 

It is known for its scent and is undoubtedly the most robust scented plant in the world. This flower was first uncovered in the West Indies. It is popularly known as Lady of the Night, Night Jasmine, and Queen of the Night. It displays shiny green leaves and tiny white flowers. It can reach 10-12 feet in height. It makes excellent insect repellents, especially for mosquitoes. It is a tropical, evergreen shrub.

21. Jasminum Sambac

It is a small shrub or vine growing up to 3m in height. It is widely cultivated for its adorable and sweetly fragrant flowers. It is known as Mogra in India and Pakistan. It is also one of the three national flowers of Indonesia and the national flower of the Philippines. It is usually white, although some are yellow or cream. It blooms the best from March to June and continues till October.

22. Crape Jasmine

It is an evergreen shrub aboriginal to South Asia. It blooms in spring, but flowers occasionally appear all year. It has big glossy leaves which are deep green. The flowers are generally 6 inches tall. The reason jasmine is well-known is its strong fragrance. It is known worldwide for its pretty blossoms that attract bees. It can live up to 20 years in the rough. Also, it is safe to eat and has an extremely bitter taste.

23.Common White Frangipani

It is also known as white plumeria. It is pretty famous for its appearance in Hawaiian leis. It has a soft yellow center that withers to white near the tips of the flower. It thrives well in hot, humid, tropical climates and does not require much care. Its flowers bloom between May and November. It smells like roses, gardenias, pineapple, plum, and citrus. It is native to warm tropical areas of the Pacific Islands, the Caribbean, and Mexico. Also, it is the national flower of Laos.

24. Peacock Flower

It is also known as the red bird of paradise and the Mexican bird of paradise. Peacock Flowers grow very fast. It grows 5 to 8 meters long.

It blooms from late summer to fall. The flower is of both red and yellow color. It is widely planted in tropical regions and has a life cycle of 3 to 7 years. The Caribbean island of Barbados considers this as its national flower. It’s all seeds. They are poisonous.

25. Scarlet Milkweed

It is a perennial plant seen in various habitats, including roadsides and gardens. It is also known as tropical milkweed and cotton bush. The blossoms are red and orange. It is an erect, evergreen perennial subshrub. It is aboriginal to the American tropics and has a pantropical allocation. Its leaves are almost 5m long and pointed at both ends. This plant is food for many butterflies.

26. Black Turmeric

It is also known as Black zedoary and is native to northeast India. It is a scarce herb. It is the belowground part of the branch. Its root has been used for centuries for medicinal and religious purposes. One of the most popular uses of black turmeric is to crush it into a paste and administer it to anyone suffering from gastric problems such as stomach aches. This type of turmeric is blue and is very expensive. It takes about 9 months to grow black turmeric.

27. Columbine Flower 

It is also known as American Columbine and Dancing Fairies. It blooms from mid-spring to early summer. Its flowers are multi-colored. They may be white, red, yellow, blue, pink, lavender, red, or a combination of these shades. Its leaves have a lacy look, and they look delicate. It also attracts bees, moths, and hummingbirds. Its leaves and stems are used to make medicines. Columbines are wildflowers and are native to Europe and North America.

28. Cobra Saffron Flower

It is popularly known as Mesua ferrea. It is a slow-growing tree named after the massiveness and hardness of its timber. It has an elegant shape of grayish-green foliage with an attractive pink to red flush of drooping leaves. It is native to wet, tropical parts of Sri Lanka, India, Thailand, and the Philippines. It is the national tree of Sri Lanka, the state tree of Mizoram, and the state flower of Tripura. Flowers, leaves, seeds, and roots are used as herbal medicines.

29. Periwinkle Flower 

The Periwinkle flower is also called vinca or myrtle. It blooms in March or April and occasionally again in the fall. It’s all species have opposite leaves and single flowers. It has been used for relieving muscle pain and healing wounds. It comes in various colors such as white, pink, or rosy-purple. It is an evergreen ground covered with dark green foliage. When broken, it exudes a milky juice. It is the national flower of Georgia. It symbolizes strength and purity.

30. Yellow Oleander Flower 

It is an aboriginal plant of Mexico and Central America. It is known as a lucky nut in the West Indies. It comes in either bright yellow or peach color. It is a sweetly perfumed flower and is funnel-shaped. It blooms from summer to fall. They grow best in the full sun. It is so toxic that humans don’t even have to courage to touch it. It is one of the many toxic plants on the globe.

31.Chandramallika Flower 

It is native to East Asia and northeastern Europe. It comes in dazzling whites to deep bronzes, and the hardy plants are highlighted with entire, dark green leaves. Under Tamil Nadu conditions, it is planted in April and May so that it flowers from September to December. It is also known as called mums or chrysanths. Its flowers can be boiled to make herbal tea.

32. Puncturevine Flower 

Puncturevine Flower is commonly known as goat head. It is a summer annual broadleaf weed that commonly grows low to the ground. Flowering happens from June to September. It’s each flower is substituted by a dry spiny fruit. Its rich properties of antibiotics and anti-tumors help to fight liver cancer. It is poisonous if consumed in large quantities as it contains nitrate toxins. It is native to the warm and tropical regions of Africa.

33. Orchid 

Orchids belong to the family Orchidaceae. They are often colorful and fragrant. It is one of the two most prominent families of flowering plants. Orchids primarily bloom in fall, winter, and spring. They love moisture. It is one of the oldest flowers in existence. Orchids are elegant and unreal in their perfection. It is available in various colors like red, pink, white, blue, purple, orange, and yellow. It symbolizes beauty, thoughtfulness, and charm, and it also symbolizes everlasting love for the deceased.

34. Blue Water Lily 

It is popularly known as the Egyptian lotus. It holds an important place in Egyptian mythology and is believed as a symbol of the sun and a sign of rebirth. It blooms during summers in North India. It is native to the south and east parts of Asia. The flower has 13-15 petals that have an angular appearance, making the flower look star-shaped from above. It is the national flower of Sri Lanka and Bangladesh.

35. Aloe Vera Flower 

It originated in North Africa. It can survive for over 100 years. It has self-healing properties. It is also a primary ingredient in healthy smoothies. Its blooms from an inflorescence that soars above the attractive rosettes. Unfiltered aloe contains high doses of Aloin. Its leaves may be flecked with white and are pale green or gray-green. In South America, the aloe vera flower is called Sabila and is regarded as ‘good luck.

36. Shameplant

Shameplant has a high-speed growth rate, and they have been known to reach a total of 5 feet in their first growing season. It is native to the Caribbean and South and Central America. It is a popularly known sensitive plant and touches me not. It has a unique characteristic of curling up when touched, protecting itself from harm, and re-open a few minutes later. The plant closes its leaves at night. It contains alkaloids that are poisonous to people and animals.

37. Delonix Regia

It is different for its fern-like leaves and orange-red flowers over summer. It grows about 5 feet yearly and can live over 50 years. It is also known as royal poinciana, the flame of the forest, and the phoenix flower. It is grown as an ornamental tree in tropical parts of the world. The flowers of Delonix regia are large, with four spreading scarlet or orange-red petals and a fifth upright petal is slightly larger. It appears in corymbs along at the ends of branches.

38. Night Flowering Jasmine 

It is an evergreen shrub that displays glossy green leaves and tiny white flowers. It is native to the West Indies. The other name for night flowering jasmine is a lady of the night. It comes in many colors, such as Green, White, Yellow,/Golden. The flowers bloom at night and remain close during the day. It is known for its scent and is undoubtedly the most robust scented plant in the world. Night-blooming jasmine lures various pollinators.

39. Narcissus Flower

It is also known as daffodil and jonquil. It blooms between December and May, from late winter to late spring. It has long, flat green leaves and is brightly made of six petals surrounding a trumpet. It comes in different colors such as white, pink and orange. It is a symbol of hope, rebirth and renewal. These are poisonous. It is the national flower of Wales and is used in treating Alzheimer’s disease.

40. Pandanus Flower

This flower is ideal for growing in spacious rooms, and it is enough for you to create a unique, cozy atmosphere. It is a genus of monocots with 750 accepted species. It is native to Madagascar. It is also called screw pine. It can grow 15 m in height. Its flowers are simple, petal-less, and usually densely clustered. It blooms from March to October. It overgrows and can become significant in no time. It requires a regular application of mineral fertilizers.

41. Hiptage Flower

It’s native to India, Taiwan, and the Philippines. Its habitat is variable and prefers climate varying from warm temperate to tropical. It comprises 30 species of vines and woody shrubs. Its flowers have five whitish petals, but one is a little larger and has a bright yellow center. Its flowers are fragrant. Each flower cluster has 10-30 flowers and is around 20cm long. It is also sometimes cultivated for medicinal purposes. It also can treat skin illnesses.

42. Murraya Flower

It is a shrub species in the family Rutaceae and is native to South Asia and Australia. It is commonly known as orange jasmine, china box or mock orange. It is best planted in the spring. Its fragrant flowers first appear in the spring, followed by bright reddish-orange berries in summer. Its flowers are either white or cream-colored. The petals are about 0.5 to 0.7 inches long. Every single part of the plant, except the branches, is edible.

43. Cockscomb Flower 

It is an annual addition to the flower bed, generally named for the red type. It also blooms in colors such as yellow, pink, orange, and white. Flowering occurs about 2.5 months after seed sowing. It is also called the “wool flower.” It symbolizes silliness and affection. It also has medicinal uses. It is native to India and can be found around the globe. Its leaves and flowers are also used as vegetables in India and Africa.

44. Sweet Violet Flower 

It is also known as wood violet, English violet, common violet, and florist’s violet. It is native to Europe and Asia. Its root and parts above the ground are used to make medicines. They are the most beautiful and enchanting groundcover plants for semi-shady places. Its leaves are heart-shaped, hairy and deep green. Also, the shape of the petals defines many species. The fragrance of Sweet Violet is considered one of the most beautiful aromas in the plant kingdom. Blue-violet is the most expected color of the sweet violet’s petals.

45. Poppy Flower 

It is the enduring symbol of remembrance of the First World War. It is firmly linked with Armistice Day. It has dissected leaves and milky sap. The flowers have four to six petals with multiple stamens encircling the ovary. Its flowers vary in color from white to purple and any shade of red or pink. It blooms from June to September. Poppies are supposed to be a sign of both sleep and death.

46. Giant crinum lily

Known by various names, poison bulb, spider lily, which especially grows in warmer regions, comes from the family of Amaryllidaceae it’s nominal bio name is Crinum asiaticum. The plant is a toxic plant that contains alkaloids, a kind of lycorine, and tazzetine. Eating this can give you various disfavors such as vomiting, abdominal pain, diarrhea, constipation, irregular breathing, fever and many more physical issues. You can easily find this plant in the Indian Ocean, East Asia, tropical Asia, Australia and pacific Island.

47. Prickly Pear 

Prickly pear is a fruit, cum cactus or a healthy diet cactus rich in fiber, antioxidants, and carotenoid. It is a native plant of Latin America and is popularly eaten by the people there. It contains the taste of watermelon and classic bubble gum. Primarily used in juice, cocktails, syrup, jams and candies. It contains low sugar and carbohydrates. It helps in reducing blood sugar levels. After having so many benefits, they come with disadvantages also, like mild diarrhea, nausea, stool changes, bloating and many more.

48. Creeper flower 

Plants with weak steam grow from the ground and climb on the walls. Various famous fruits come from creeper plants, watermelon, pumpkin, sweet potato, and many more. Creeper flowers are Morning glory, come in blue color and are low maintenance, which doesn’t require much care. Bougainvillea is mainly used to decorate houses and is India’s fastest-growing creeper plant. English Ivy, the evergreen creeper. Madhumalti is also known as Rangoon Creeper.

49.Butea Monosperma Flower 

It is a species of Butea aboriginal to tropical and sub-tropical portions of the Indian Subcontinent. It is commonly known as flame-of-the-forest, Palash, and bastard teak. It blooms only in the spring season. It is a slow-growing tree. Its flowers are 2.5 cm long and bright orange-red. Its bright orange apparitions illustrate the change of season. It is used for timber, fodder, medicine, and dye. Its flower and leaves help to control pimples on the skin.

50. Primrose Flower 

It is a perennial that comes from climates ranging from mild to extreme. The flowers are commonly reddish, purple, lilac, pink, or white and grow in a small cluster at the end of a leafless stalk. It is easy to grow, very floriferous and expands well. It signified spring, protection, safety, and love. It was used in the treatment of paralysis. It is a vital source of food for rare species of butterflies.

51. Purple Passion Flower 

It is a fast-growing perennial vine with climbing stems. The National Gardening Association lists this plant as a non-toxic plant. The flower has spikes out from the center, symbolizing the crown of thorns. It is also known as a Wild passionflower. It blooms from June to September. It is native to Florida. This species is both heat as well as cold resistant.

52. Indian Tulip Flower 

The enormous tulip gardens in the world are now in the Himalayan town of Munsiyari in Uttarakhand. They are usually cup-shaped with three petals and three sepals. They are available in many colors, including pink, red, yellow, light yellow, white, and orange. Yellow tulips are very popular around the globe. The rarest color of the tulip is black. They are costly. Have a variety of floral scents.

53. Zombi Pea Flower 

It is commonly called wild cowpea. It is a reasonably strong twiner, stems clothed with spreading silky hairs. The flowers are sweetly scented. They have a procumbent growth form. They are native to Bahia, Rio De Janeiro, and China. Its flowers are either pink, purplish, or yellow. It is rich in protein. The entire plant is used to produce Ayurvedic medicines. This plant is also an essential food crop in several areas.

54. Millingtonia Hortensis Flower 

It is aboriginal to South Asia and South East Asia. It is also called the tree jasmine and Indian cork tree. It is from April until the rains and again in November and December. Its flowers are delicately tinted with rose. Each flower is a minor bell-shaped calyx, a long slender tube of palest green, white petals and many yellow anthered stamens. Its leaves are used as an inexpensive substitute for tobacco in cigarettes.

55.Datura Stramonium Flower 

It generally flowers throughout the summer. The fragrance of flowers has a pleasing aroma. Its trumpet-shaped flowers are about 6 to 9 cm long and grow on short stems. Its flowers are white, creamy, yellow and violet. It is native to Asia and Mexico. Its leaves are simple, alternate, stalked, large, ovate, margin with strong, sharp teeth and dark-green color.

56. Hollyhock Flower 

It is a genus of more than 80 species of flowering plants in the mallow family Malvaceae, also known as Alcea. They are native to Asia and Europe. It blooms in mid-summer with multiple flowers on tall spikes. Its leaves are large, coarse and palmate in shape. It is available in various colors such as blue, pink, purple, red, white, yellow and black. Hollyhocks symbolize the circle of life, ambition, and abundance. Its most common variety is biennials.

57. Dahila Flower

Dahlias are tuberous perennials and have simple leaves that are segmented and cut. Flowers come in many colors, such as white, yellow, red, or purple. It starts blooming about 8 weeks after planting, generally by mid-July. It symbolizes beauty, inner strength and kindness. It won’t smell as blowsy as they look. They are commonly used in a wedding for decoration. It is native to Mexico and is also the National Flower of it.

58. Lady’s slipper orchid

The Lady’s slipper orchids mean capricious magnificence in the language of flowers. It symbolizes friendship and new beginnings. It blooms once per year, generally between May and July. It flowers best in bright sunlight. It is a large, showy wildflower. The flower is magenta to whitish-pink. This flower has a long life span, some maybe 100 years old. It is native to tropical America. They are rumored to be rare and illegal to kill, but the truth is it’s only illegal to pick in New York State.

59. Foxtail Orchid 

Foxtail Orchid signifies the federal system of the Indian Constitution, while the foxtail orchid represents the state, its people and culture as a whole. It grows in moist forested areas, and it blooms during the monsoon. It looks like a bushy tail of a fox. It is known for its dense, tightly-clustered white and pink flowers. It is the state flower of Arunachal Pradesh. It is regarded as a symbol of joy and fertility.

60. Pansy flower 

It primarily symbolizes love like romantic love and embodies thoughtfulness, compassion, remembrance, and free thinking. Its flowering season is from spring to summer in cool climates. It has a Heart-shaped sprout from the base and oval leaves. The plant’s velvety flowers come in various colors, such as blue, yellow, and white. It is a type of viola plant. It comes in three basic patterns, and some are known for their pleasant fragrance, while others don’t have a noticeable fragrance.

61. Bluestar Flower 

It is called Bluestar for its soft blue, star-shaped flowers. It was anointed in praise of the American physician John Amson. It is also known as the Eastern Bluestar flower and Willow Blue Star. It comes in different colors such as Blue, purple, and white. These flowers are poisonous to humans as well as to pets. It blooms from March to May. Bluestar flowers symbolize admirable qualities such as determination, endurance, and strength.

62. Star Glory Flower 

It is commonly called star glory flower, cypress vine flower and cardinal vine flower. It blooms in mid-summer and continues until the plant is killed by frost. It is an annual twining plant with bright scarlet flowers found in the Western Ghats of India. It has slender stems and heart-shaped leaves, and trumpet-shaped flowers. It comes in colors such as pink, purple-blue, magenta, and white. Its fragrant, colorful flowers are pleasing and beloved by butterflies.

63. Indigo Flower 

It was one of the authentic sources of indigo dye. It is a perennial plant. It is commonly known as Blue Wild Indigo and False Indigo. It began blooming from Late spring to early summer. It has blue color flowers. Its foliage is beautiful, blue-green with a waxy texture. It is native to subtropical and tropical areas around the globe. It is traditionally known as one of the seven colors of the rainbow.

64. Spanish Cherry Flower

The Spanish cherry is an attractive little green tree of the Indian subcontinent. It has small shiny, thick, glossy, narrow, and pointed leaves. Its flowers are small, star-shaped, and yellowish-white in color. The flowers are cream, hairy, and scented. It blooms in April, and fruiting appears between June and October. The flowers have been used as a remedy against diarrhea.

65. Lilac Flower 

It blooms for about 2 weeks from mid-to-late spring. They thrive in fertile, humus-rich, well-drained, neutral to alkaline soil. Lilacs are effortlessly identified by their long, often cone-shaped panicles covered in tiny, tubular flowers. Most lilac leaves are heart-shaped with smooth edges. It comes in several colors, such as light purple, white, blue, pink and even creamy yellow flowers. It represents innocence, youthfulness, spirituality, and peacefulness. It is native to Europe.

66. Queen Crape Myrtle Flower 

It is a deciduous tree with illuminated pink to light purple flowers. Its flowers have wrinkled petals. The foliage is dark green changing to yellows, oranges, and reds in the fall season. It is native to tropical southern Asia. It is also known as Pride of India, Rose of India, and Queen Flower. This flower adores total sun exposure when planted in moist, rich soil. The flowers bloom only once a year at the peak of summer. Its leaves are consumed as an herbal tea for lessening blood sugar levels.

67. Blue Morning Glory Flower

It is grown annually in temperatures below 45 degrees Fahrenheit and can be perennial in tropical and subtropical climates. It symbolizes profound emotions, infinitive love, trust, respect, and honesty. Blue morning glory grows best in the sun. It blooms from early summer to the first frost of fall. Its heart-shaped leaves and trumpet-shaped flowers come in various colors like pink, purple-blue, magenta, or white. It is native to Central and South America and cultivated as an ornamental garden plant.

68. Picotee Blue Morning Glory Flower

This flower is often considered invasive. It has to be well watered for the most healthy leaves and flowers. It blossoms throughout the summer and premature drops. It produces star-shaped flowers; the inner parts of the petals are deep blue, while the outer edges are lined with a light blue to white color. This plant will climb anything and everything in its path. It is aboriginal to the United States.

69. Tanner’s Cassia Flower

It is commonly known as matura tea tree, avaram or unaware. It is found in the dry regions of India and Sri Lanka. It is the State flower of Telangana. Bright yellow flowers arise in racemes at the end of branches. It has smooth reddish-brown bark and ascending branches. It is to treat uneven skin, prevent black spots and keep the skin rid of spots.

70. Bougainvillea Flower 

Bougainvillea is a genus of thorny ornamental vines and trees belonging to the four o’clock family, Nyctaginaceae. It is native to South America. It truly thrives indoors and is a relatively hardy plant. The stunning bougainvillea flower symbolizes passion and beauty. It comes in various colors, such as pink, purple, orange, yellow, white, and magenta. This flower changes color without warning. It blooms mainly from November to May.

71. Mirabilis Jalapa Flower 

They are hardy, bushy perennials that can grow more than 4 feet tall. The marvel of Peru and the four o’clock flower is this plant’s most commonly grown ornamental species. It comes in various colors like Yellow, Dominant White, Recessive White, Rose Pink, Flesh Pink, and Light Rosaline Purple. It has triangular foliage and trumpet-shaped flowers. It is native to the dry tropical regions of North, Central and South America, Mexico, and Peru.

72. Anemone Flower 

It is a species of flowering plant in the buttercup family and is native to Asia. They are fast-growing plants, and it blooms in early spring, and late winter/early spring-planted corms will flower by mid-spring. It is widely known as the Spanish marigold. They’re a popular cut flower with showy flowers with bright petals and dark centers. They can survive in warm as well as cool zones.

73. Plumeria Flower

It is a genus of flowering plants in the relative of Apocynaceae. Its main species are deciduous shrubs or small trees. It is popularly known as the frangipani and temple tree. The flowers are fragrant at night. It blooms during rainy, warm weather, which may be mid to late spring or summer. It is characterized by thick, fleshy leaves and is best grown in pots. It is known to be the national flower of Nicaragua and Laos.

74. Glory Lily Flower 

It is known as a flame lily, climbing lily, glory lily, and fire lily. It symbolizes fame and honor. It thrives well in fertile, well-drained soil in full to partial sunlight. The colors of the flower deepen with age. It is available in four colors, namely, red, orange, yellow, and pink. It blooms from mid-summer to fall. It has been used to treat snakebites, ulcers, and kidney problems.

75. Brahma Kamal

Brahma Kamal is quoted after God Brahma, who is considered to have created the universe. It helps one attain peace and tranquility. The flower only blooms for a few hours and is considered good luck and prosperity. It is known as the Queen of the night, Lady of the night, as its flower blooms late at night. It is red. It is believed to have medicinal properties. It can cure tuberculosis, asthma, and other respiratory problems. It is native to India, Bhutan, Nepal, and Pakistan.

76. Burr Mallow Flower 

Burr Mallow is a fast-growing, spreading and erect subshrub. Its leaves are palmately profoundly lobed, and the sinuses are rounded. Its leaves are grayish pubescent with star-shaped hairs. Its flowers are pinkish-violet and grow one centimeter. It symbolizes romantic interest, healing, and survival in harsh conditions. It is also known as Caesarweed or Congo jute. It’s aboriginal to Asia, Africa, and Europe.

77. Blue Fountain Bush 

It is popularly known as a beetle killer. It is native to India as well as to Sri Lanka. Its deep flowers rise above foliage that stays green throughout the year. It was a prominent symbol of inspiration for the Romanticism movement. It grows fast and blooms from summer to fall. Each flower is blue, cylindrical, hairless, and hairy inside, and the stamens point out from it. This plant is used in Ayurveda for snake bites.

78. Burmann’s Sundew Flower 

Its tiny flowers arise on a leafless scape, and it grows 5-20 cm long, arising from leaf axils. It produces considerable amounts of seed. It has a charming fragrance. It originated in the United States. When grown indoors, it can live for many years. It symbolizes ‘surprise’ because nothing is what it appears. The flowers self-pollinate and then produce seeds.

79. Ixora Coccinea Flower 

It is a woody, evergreen, flowering shrub native to Southern India, Bangladesh, and Sri Lanka. It has become the most popular flowering shrub in South Florida gardens. It is the national flower of Suriname. It is also known as scarlet jungle flame and is native to Bangladesh, Cambodia, India and Thailand. It has limited edible or medicinal uses. They thrive in full sun and develop their colors best.

80. Mountain Laurel Flower 

It is slow growing and is native to the eastern United States. Its fresh or dried leaves are used to make medicine. The mountain laurel is attractive but a deadly plant. It blooms in late spring and summer. It symbolizes achievement. The rosy, pink, or white flowers arise in large clusters above the foliage. It grows in a large, rounded mound, has dark green foliage and oval leaves and can grow nearly 3–18 feet.

81. Siroi Lily 

It is a rare Indian plant found in the Manipur district of India. Its best blooms in May and June. The zenith season of its bloom is from 15th May to 5th June. It has pale bluish-pink petals but has seven colors when watched through a microscope. The height of the plant is around 1 to 3 ft. It cannot be transplanted anywhere else on Earth except in Shirui Hill.

82. Ashok Flower 

It is one of India’s most legendary, ancient and sacred trees. It is regarded as a gesture of love in Hinduism. It is the state flower of the Indian state of Odisha. Its flower is Yellowish orange in color. It has multiple medicinal properties, mainly its bark and leaves. It helps treat skin conditions and is widely used to rejuvenate the complexion. According to Vastu, the Ashoka tree is believed to help increase mental and physical energy.

83. Golden Frangipani Flower 

It is commonly known as Temple tree and Champa. It is native to the Himalayas and well known for its fragrant flowers. It blooms for almost two to three months each year. It has a giant flower and an exceptional spicy scent. It comes in shades of Pink, yellow, white, red and multi-colors. It is notable for its waxy, long-lasting and grows almost three inches long.

84. Monsoon Lilly 

It is also known as Zephyr lily and fairy lily. Its flowers are fragrant and come in a broad range of colors, such as Pink, yellow and white, and it doesn’t come in blue color. Many flowers grow on each stem. Its flowers bloom from spring through late summer, rarely in rainy seasons. It thrives best in sunny spots. It symbolizes devotion to purity.

85. Mexican Tuberose Flower 

It is widely grown as an ornamental plant. It is native to Mexico. It blooms in late summer. It is among the most fragrant of all garden plants. The flowers open during nighttime, delivering that attractive fragrance. This flower protects against evil spirits. The flowers and the bud are edible. Its oil is used in high-value perfumes and cosmetic products. It is also used to alleviate the symptoms of anemia.

86. Common Lantana Flower 

It is a very adaptable species. Once it has been brought up into a habitat, it spreads rapidly. It is native to the American tropics. It is known for its rounded clusters of small, brightly colored flowers that come in yellow, orange, white, red, pink, blue, or purple. Its flowers are tempting to bees and butterflies. Its leaves are poisonous to most animals. It blooms throughout the year.

87. Rohira Flower 

It is the official state Flower of Rajasthan. It comes in three beautiful colors, namely red, yellow and orange. It blooms in winter from December to February. It is known for its strong and long-lasting wood quality. It also undergoes ‘mass blooming’ in the spring season. It is used to cure urinary disorders, Hepatitis, and liver diseases. The bright color of the flowers attracts bees, insects, and butterflies and helps in the process of pollination.

88. Mexican Prickly Poppy Flower 

It is a species of poppy found in Mexico and is currently widely naturalized in various parts of the world. It has both external and internal remedies. It is listed as a purgative and cure for chest pains and asthma. Its flowers are generally white or yellow and have wrinkled petals and a ring of multiple stamens. Poppies bloom in spring or summer. In India, it is known as “kateli ka phool.”

89. Showy Rattlepod Flower 

It is a species of the pea family Fabaceae. It is also known as Greater rattlepod. It is a perennial shrub, supporting many branches covered with velvety hairs. Its flowers bloom from October to March. It has large yellow flowers at the end of the branches. Its flowers are 2.5 cm across, bright yellow, with a purple tinge. It is native to the Indian Subcontinent, southern China, and Asia.

90. Crown Flower 

It is a large shrub that grows 4 m in height. It has bunches of waxy flowers that are either white or lavender. It is native to Cambodia, Vietnam, Indonesia, Malaysia, Sri Lanka, India, China, and Nepal. Each part of the plant contains a poisonous white milky sap, but the flower’s central part is used as a sweetmeat. Each flower consists of five pointed petals and a small “crown” from the center, which holds the stamens. It effectively treats skin, digestive, respiratory, and neurological disorders.

91. Canna Lily 

It is the only genus of flowering plants in the family Cannaceae. It grows to heights of up to eight feet in one season. Its flowers can be used as a medicine for malaria and menstrual pains. It blooms in early to mid-summer. Its flowers come in shades of red, orange, yellow, pink, or cream. Each flower only lasts a few days but is replaced quickly by the next bloom. It symbolizes appreciation, gratitude, charm, and passion.

92. Ranunculus Flower 

Ranunculus is a massive genus of nearly 600 species of flowering plants in the family Ranunculaceae. It is home-grown in southern Europe and Asia. It is cool season flowers that grow best in spring. It comes in many colors, such as white, pink, orange, red, yellow, purple, and cream. It is most commonly known as the ‘Persian buttercup.’ It grows well in pots. The flowers look too perfect to be authentic.

93. Hypericum Flower 

It is a genus of flowering plants in the family Hypericaceae and is considered an invasive species and noxious weed. It has around 400 species of herbs with four to five petals. This flower symbolizes the Midsummer Solstice in Europe and the UK. It is available all year round but is the most significant demand during Christmas. It blooms around the Feast of St. John the Baptist in late June. The leaves of the evergreen Hypericum release a curry-like smell when crushed.

94. Common Crape Myrtle Flower 

It is found in the Himalayas and Indo-China. It is a widely cultivated flower, and this shrub grows quickly. Flowers blossom in June-September, and the flower lives for around 25 years. The flowers come in various beautiful colors, such as white, pink, mauve, purple, or carmine. It is referred to as the Lilac of the South. It also has medicinal uses. Its Bark, leaves, and flowers are hydragogue and drastic purgative.

95. Orange Tiger Lily 

An orange tiger lily represents Wealth, Positivity, and Pride. It comes in different orange hues variations, making it so vibrant. It blooms in mid to late summer and is uncomplicated to grow. This beautiful lily is the national flower of Italy. It is native to western North America. It is commonly known as the Columbia lily, Columbia tiger lily, or simply tiger lily. Tiger lilies form unique clumps with tall, long stems. It is edible only to humans.

96. Blood Lily 

The Blood Lily is a magnificent flower. It grows to 500 mm in height and has a red-brown flowering stem and glossy finish green, wave-like leaves. It is a globe-shaped flower and comes in white or shades of red. Its evergreen leaves make it last throughout the year. It demands maximum sunlight during the growing season. It is native to South Africa, Botswana, Lesotho, and Eswatini. It contains chemicals such as lycorine that are poisonous.

97. Asiatic Lily 

It is commonly known as the golden-rayed lily or the goldband lily. It is one of the true lilies. It is native to Japan. Asiatic Lilies enjoy a long blooming season of around 1 month, but primarily lilies are unscented. It thrives best in full sun. It is, therefore earliest to bloom and the easiest to grow. It comes in various colors such as pure white, Pink, vivid yellow, orange, and red. It has long glossy leaves, which are skinny and usually 4 to 5 inches,s long, and is bright green.

98. Tuberose Flower 

It is a perennial plant in the family Asparagaceae. It is said to be the most fragrant plant in the plant world. It is native to Mexico and is grown as an ornamental plant. It is easy to grow and multiplies readily, and is easy to divide. It thrives well in full sun. It is a pivotal ingredient in perfumes since it has a strong, sweet intoxicating scent. Its oil was also used to flavor chocolate and cosmetic products. It represents sensuality. Also, it can open the heart and calm the nerves.

99. Bluebell Flower-

This flower category belongs to the Asparagus family; many people are attracted to this plant due to its small flowering and attractive radiation. The scientific name of this flower is Hyacinthoides non-scripta, a perennial flower. It is very easy to grow, especially in the winter season, but you need to take care more in summer. The quality of this flower is that it is a combination of two colors such as light blue and dark blue, with a tabular shape. The fragrance of this flower is unique, and because of it, many birds are attracted to it.

100. Julit Rose

Julit Rose is come on the list of expensive flowers due to its typical full-cupped rose with attractive petals. This flower release an attractive smile, and the color of this flower is similar to an apricot. The interesting fact about this flower is that David Austin introduced this flower in 1978 after hardworking of 15 years. The strategy to grow this flower is a little different and grows up to 4-6 feet. There is no need for any specific soil to grow this flower, such as you can use sandy, loam etc., but it requires proper sunlight and attention.

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