The tropical flower names covered in the following article will help bring you face to face with some of the most beautiful creations on earth. Read on to know more about the names of some of the tropical flowers from around the world.
The tropical regions of the world have proven to be heaven on earth. Each day, one is greeted with a clear blue sky, exotic beaches and clear water of the deep sea. What’s more, the tropics boast of some of the most beautiful tropical flowers in the world.
We shall have a look at beauty beyond comparison by going through this Gardenerdy article on tropical flower names.
I begin my list with the Queen of Flowers, the Anthurium. She is a perfect beauty, that tempts us in either pink or white. Also known as the ‘heart of Hawaii’, this flower can last for about 2 1/2 weeks. This heart shaped flower will steal your heart in just one look. On the same lines, Birds of Paradise too bloom in all their grand splendor. What about the soft looks of the Angel Wing Begonia? These tropical flowers are beautiful house plants that will spread red, pink and orange colors all around you.
These Brazilian flowers known as Bougainvillea have become an integral part of all the finest residences around the world. You will see them lining house gates and walls, with petals that look like paper and come in vibrant colors of pink, fuchsia, indigo, violet and even white. The Blue Dawn flower will strike you with its deep purple-blue shade. The dainty Alpine Aster flower will delight you with its gentle sways.
The Chinese Hibiscus are large trumpet like flowers with five petals. They come in a wide range of colors and are a very hardy garden plant. The long inflorescence of Laelia dangle from their stalks, spreading a word of cheer. Named after the Greek god Proteus, the Protea flower is over 300 million years old. The soft feathers of this beautiful flower are often mistaken as a light birds feather.
Crocosmia, the flowers from the forgotten Victorian era, never fail to add some classic grace in the area they grow in. The Day Lily Frans Hals may have a lifespan of just a day, but their beautiful sight will never leave your memories for life. Encyclia flowers are white in color with just a few color strips on their lips. But, its sweet fragrance will send you into an intoxicating daze.
The eye-catching Heliconia, seems to say, I raise my hands to the heavens and capture every bit of sunshine in my spikes. The Red Ginger is not far behind and charms its way into hearts. Fuzzy and feathery, the Pink Mink too leaves a lasting impression on the minds of the beholder.
Sweet and graceful, the Lantana Camara brings a smile to every face. Brighten up your day with the vibrant yellow and sweet smelling flowers of Cassia. Refresh your mind, with a look at the fresh violet blooms of Grass of the Dew.
Ignite the rage of the wild with the blue Passion Flower. Crispy as a fresh green apple is the Catasetum flower. Another tropical flower with a rare lavender color is the Cattleya. Consider yourself lucky, if you catch a glimpse of this inflorescence of about 20 flowers.
Frangipani has a creamy appearance with an inebriating fragrance that will brighten up even the darkest of all nights. The Morning Glory will help you start a dull day with your best foot forward. If that’s not enough, add some lush feel with easy to grow Musas.
The long living Pohutukawa has earned its place as an integral part of Christmas celebration, way down under in New Zealand. One the same lines, the Bottlebrush flowers are spectacular tropical flowers. And if you enjoyed the sight of the vibrant Bottlebrush, you are bound to love the spherical umbel blooms of a Blood Lily.
Get lost in the gentle swings of the Spider Lily. This Orchid is one tropical flower name that is recognized the world over. Blue Jacaranda will tease you with its bell shaped cluster of flowers. Enjoy the peaceful appearance of the white calyx and scarlet flowers of the Bleeding Heartwine.
The piercing gaze of the Torch Ginger will forever remain itched in your memory. Play with the soft pompoms of the colorful Chrysanthemum. The little babies of Constantia make you let out a sigh of awe.
The Water Lily, also known as the lotus, the national flower of India, will help you imagine the deep rooted culture of this ancient civilization. Another national flower the Sampaguita, symbolizes purity and peace. Add a bright streak to your life with Mexico’s national flower, the decorative Dahlia.
Last, but not the least, the Yucca flowers have remained the symbols of beauty as well as sturdiness.
Tropical flowers are a symbol of peace and everything that is beautiful on this planet. They are not only exotic, their rare beauty is a feast for the eyes. It is said that wherever they grow, they make the valley look like heaven, or what heaven can be on earth!