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Top 10 Most Beautiful Flowers In The World


Are you wonder why the plant kingdom is so special? Nothing but the incredible beauty of its blossoms. Flowers’ meanings and symbolization were a key fundamentals many years ago. During Victorian period, special meanings were assigned to various flowers to send out coded messages and allowed people to express feelings which could not be verbal.

Flowers have a very tiny life but very significant one. For ages, this unique gift of nature has been helping people to express their emotions and feelings!  Roses, tulips, lily….and the list goes on. With so many options to choose from, selecting top 10 most beautiful flowers in the world altogether for you…

The Top 10 Most Beautiful Flowers In The World Find Below-

10. Bird of Paradise-

Bird of Paradise

With its unique shape and vivacious colours, the Bird of Paradise is undoubtedly one of the most beautiful flowers present in the world. A bird of paradise’ is an unusual name for a flower, this exotic flower is known as Bird of Paradise primarily due to its shape. It belongs to Strelitiaceae family and is also known as ‘Crane Flower.  This vibrant flower has no scent whatsoever.

9. Daisy-


Daisies are completely positive in nature and are associated with purity, love innocence, loyalty, beauty and patience. Daisies are believed to be about 4000 years old and Egyptian ceramics designed with daisies have also been excavated. The speciality of this flower is that it has beautiful meanings attached to it.

8. Queen Anne’s Lace-

Queen Anne’s Lace

This beautiful and delicate flower derives its name from Queen Anne, the Queen of England. Queen Anne was challenged by her friends to form a lace as beautiful as a flower. While creating the lace she stabed her hand. Hence the flower was named after her. Queen Anne’s lace flower represents elegance and comfort.The red and purple center of the flower symbolizes the droplet of her blood.

7. Cherry Blossom-

Cherry Blossom

The beautiful pink and white blossom open at the end of March or beginning of April. The blooming period can last for 14 days. Cherry blossoms symbolize the arrival of Spring, the season of flowers.This flower is also a symbol of power and represents feminine beauty and dominance. Cherry blossom in Asian culture means productive, brave and wild and is also a cultural symbol in many parts of Asia. It is also considered as a symbol of love, hope and happiness.

6. Lilac-


It is a state flower of New Hampshire which symbolizes the hardy character of Granite state’s citizen.  Lilac is an 8th wedding anniversary flower and its botanical term is named after a nymph named Syringe. Lilacs signify the first emotions of love and white lilac symbolize youthful innocence. Lilacs also stand for confidence and pride.

5. Orchid-


The shape, vibrant colours also play a huge role in the stunning look of orchids. Each orchid flower cone in different colours, white and in the shades of pink, yellow, red and purple. The dazzling colours of orchids also help in attracting the pollinators. With more than 25000 known species, orchids are one if the biggest flowering plant family in the world.

4. Lily-


Its scientific name is Lilium and belongs to the herbaceous genus. Lilies are mainly chosen for their luxurious appearance and intoxicating smell. These beautiful flowers always bring peace to the receiver’s mind. It was the symbol of Mother Mary’s purity and chastity. While the leaves symbolize her modesty, the white petal represents her innocence and purity. Lilies are spectacular trumpet-shaped flowers atop strong stems that arise from bulbs which are made up of scale like segments.

3. Tulips-


From Asia to Africa, the tulip is one of the most cultivated flowers Various species and hybrids of this extremely beautiful flower can be seen in a garden as cut flowers or as potted plants.  This perennial plant with showy flowers belongs to the genus of Tulipa. It is believed that tulip has been originated in the Netherlands. Tulips come in several colours as well as flower shapes. There are over 100 known species of this incredible plant.

2. Lotus-


When speaking of the most beautiful flowers, how can you leave out the lotus?  The most striking feature about lotus is that although it grows in mud and returns within, it flowers clean the next day. The showy aquatic flowers mainly found in pink and white colours. Lotus plant’s floral meaning is rebirth and divinity. The plant belongs to the Nillumbik genus and carries symbolic significance in major cultures across the world.

1. Rose-


The topmost beautiful flowers lists out there reserve the number one spot for this one. This pretty, sweet-smelling flower has all that it takes to be the prettiest flower in the world. It would not be wrong to say that rose is a symbol of beauty and love. This woody perennial shrub belongs to the genus ‘Rosa’. Roses are found almost everywhere in the world. This beautiful flower comes in a range of colour and each colour holds a special meaning, for examples red rose is a symbol of love while a yellow rose stands for friendship.


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