100 Flowers Names and Definitions

100 Flowers Names and Definitions





Flowers Names

Flowers are literally one of the most impressive works of nature. For centuries, flowers have been objects of beauty by almost every civilization in the world. In this article, we have compiled for you the names of flowers that we all know very well. Continue reading our article ‘Flowers names’!

Rose

It is a plant in the Rosales family. It grows in temperate and subtropical regions of the Northern Hemisphere. It shed its Leaf during the winter months, but some of its species are consistently green. It has the appearance of a prickly shrub or tree. Its body can be erect or reptilian. Some types are clingy. Flowers can be red, white, yellow, pink, and even black. Rose has a different place among the flowers. In mythology, it is the flower of Aphrodite, the goddess of beauty. It has also been used as a religious symbol and has acquired a special place in the decorative arts.



Tulipa

Tulipa is a bulbous, perennial herbaceous plant in the lily family, grown as an ornamental plant with beautiful flowers that make up the genus Tulipa. Its homeland is Pamir, the Hindu Kush, and God Mountains. Many countries have taken and grown the seeds of this plant to their countries during migrations.

Dianthus Caryophyllus

Dianthus caryophyllus, which has colors such as pink, red, white, and purple, is known for its beautiful smell. In addition to its species in nature, it is also grown in homes but is mostly grown in greenhouses. They grow healthy in temperate climates, in very little sunny or semi-shady environments.

Liliaceae

It is the name of seasonal flowering plants in the lily family, the genus Lilium, which usually breed with onions. About 110 plant species are belonging to this genus in the lily family. It is usually grown in the garden, but also pots. Some species are fragrant.

Chrysanthemum Indicum

Chrysanthemum, another name Chrysanthemum Indicum contains about 30 species, daisy family is a herbaceous and annual plant species. According to flower differences, chamomile-like, button-shaped, very large, large, and small species are found. This beautiful flower, which came out of nowhere in November and is thought to have remained so because of this explosion, has been the subject of many mythological stories and has become a symbol of several mystical concepts over time.



Narcissus Pseudonarcissus

This flower type, dominated by white and yellow colors, is a plant that can resist cold. It is more suitable for growing in Mediterranean climates. Among the best-known varieties of this flower, which can be found naturally in nature with 43 varieties and is also suitable for cultivation as an ornamental plant, are wild daffodils, white daffodils, Chinese daffodils, fall daffodils, Fulia, and Derren. Narcissus is named after the mythological hero Narcissus. Narcissus (or Narkissos), who has given its name to narcissism, narcosis, flower, does not respond to the love of a girl who is in love with its, and one day he falls in love with its reflection, seeing the opposite of itself, and disappears with this love.

Hyacinth

Hyacinth is a bulbous plant that was previously considered a member of the lily family but is now being studied under a new family, Hyacinthaceae. The species of this flower, which smells very good, is produced through seeds, just like other flowers. Of these, the onion of Dutch hyacinth is large, the colors of its flowers are more vivid. Paris hyacinth is smaller, and its colors are white, blue, pink. Hyacinth is grown in pots as well as in gardens.

Lotus

This flower, which is the subject of various myths and Legends, is an aquatic plant. It is called Holy lotus and Indian lotus, although its sizes are slightly different. The lotus flower, which represents the stillness of the mind and the purity of the soul, is considered the tangible symbol of perfection in Buddhism and Hinduism. Growing in muddy spots, this flower is the cleanest in the world because it has the property of self-cleaning. When mud and dust arrive at any point, the plant throws itself into an area shaking and gets rid of this dust when it rains. Available in white, blue, purple, red, pink colors.



100 Flowers Names

Acacia
Altheda
Alyssa
Amaranth
Bud
Cedar
Clem
Corey
Cypress
Elm
Fiorello
Calantha
Calla
Camellia
Carnation
Chloris
Chrysanthemum
Clover
Crisantha
Daffodil
Dahlia
Daisy
Danica
Fern
Fiorella
Fleur
Flora
Forsythia
Gardenia
Hazel
Heather
Holly
Hyacinth
Iolanthe
Florent
Florian
Indigo
Jared
Ketak
Kunal
Moss
Narcissus
Oleander
Quill
Ren
Saffron
Sage
Amaryllis
Aster
Ayana
Primrose
Rose
Rosemary
Senna
Susan
Verbena
Violet
Willow
Zinnia
Alder




Anthony
Antonio
Arnit
Basil
Sorrel
Trevor
Watson
William
Yarrow
Azalea
Begonia
Blimah
Blossom
Bluebell
Iris
Ivy
Jacinta
Jasmine
Jessamine
Jolanda
Juniper
Kalina
Lavender
Leilani
Lilac
Lillian
Lily
Linnea
Lotus
Magnolia
Marigold
Myrtle
Narcissa
Orchid
Peony
Petal
Petunia
Phlox
Poppy
Posey


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