Garden Flowers: 50 Species and +100 Photos to Get Inspired

If you intend to have a green area inside or outside your home, it’s time to choose the flowers. In addition to decorative, there are types of flowers that still have a delicious aroma or are used for medicinal purposes.

That’s why we brought 50 species of flowers to the garden so you can have a natural space, independent of your available space:

  • Garden flowers that are vines;
  • Garden flowers also used in arrangements;
  • Indoor garden flowers;
  • Outdoor garden flowers;
  • Flowers that grow on shrubs;
  • Flowers for flowerbeds;
  • Different types of garden flowers.

Garden flowers that are vines

Seven leagues

Image 1: The popular name of Podranearicasoliana, is due to the speed with which the vine develops, alluding to the famous cartoon. Native to Australia, it has bright green leaves and pink flowers with some red streaks.

Seven leagues pink and purple.

Image 2: This flower is perfect for gardening because it has a very flexible branch. This allows it to reproduce easily and therefore cover large areas. Also, it can be used for vertical gardens as well.

Garden with the flower seven leagues.

Alameda

Image 3: Secondly, the Alameda cathartic is a very popular flower in Brazil for its golden-yellow color, which is a symbol of native flowers. In addition, it is accompanied by bright, ornamental green leaves.

Garden flowers: yellow alamanda.

Image 4: Despite being beautiful, this flower is toxic, so it is necessary to think carefully where to place it to stay out of reach of children. In this way, creating a garden suspended in a pergola will become the perfect setting for Alameda.

Flower garden with alamanda.

Jewess’s shoes

Image 5: This tree belongs to the vine family and is ideal to be placed in pergolas.

Hummingbird in the Jewess's shoes.

Image 6: Flowers normally form between spring and summer.

Pergola with jewish shoes.

Honeysuckle

Image 7: This flower is born white and as it ages, it turns yellow.

Honeysuckle flower.

Image 8: This vine must be pruned sporadically.

Garden with honeysuckle vine.

Garden flowers also used in arrangements

Paradise Bird

Image 9: Also known as Estrelícia, Ave do Paraíso is a brightly colored ornamental plant. In addition to being perfect for the garden, the flower is also widely used in decorations and arrangements.

Garden flowers: bird of paradise.

Image 10: Because it is very resistant to the wind, it is possible to put it in front of the house without fear. For those who have a garden on the balcony of the apartment, you can also enjoy and leave the view even more exuberant.

Garden with the bird of paradise.

Clove

Image 11: The perforated petals make the clove a beautiful flower to be grown in gardens or even in arrangements and bouquets.

Garden flowers: cloves.

Image 12: In addition to being delicate, the flower is also edible, like the pansy, for example.

Purple clove.

Chrysanthemum

Image 13: Although a lot of people know this flower for being famous in cemeteries, you need to see how amazing it looks in the garden.

Colored chrysanthemums.

Image 14: Characteristic of autumn, chrysanthemum is used to produce a very popular tea in Japan.

Garden with various colors of chrysanthemum.

Pink

Image 15: This is the most cultivated flower in the world.

Garden flowers: pink.

Image 16: There are more than 100 species that can be cultivated in gardens, pots and arrangements.

Roses in a pergola column.

Indoor garden flowers

Anthodium

Image 17: This beautiful flower has become so popular that nowadays it is not only used in gardens, but also in clothing and decorative objects.

Red, pink and purple anthurium.

Image 18: When planning your garden, take into account that this is a low flower, that is, it is between 30cm to 1m. Therefore, it is ideal for placing it close to trees, for example.

Garden with red flowers.

Astromelia

Image 19: The ease of caring for and cultivating this flower was what made it popular in Brazil.

Pink and yellow flower.

Image 20: This plant can reach a height of up to one meter but it is necessary to be careful when handling it, because despite the roots being thick, the stem is very sensitive and can easily break.

Garden with leaves and flowers.

Begonia

Image 21: Anyone who already has this flower at home knows how easy it is to care for. In addition, there are more than a thousand species of begonia to be cultivated indoors or outdoors.

Red begonia.

Image 22: This is a plant that blooms for most of the year, so your garden will be colorful for a long time.

Bush on the lawn.

Violet

Image 23: At just 15cm tall, the flower carries an incomparable beauty. In addition, there are more than 250 species of colorful flowers.

A violet flower.

Image 24: The beauty and vibrant color make it take a memorable space in the home decor. Therefore, it is most often used in indoor gardens.

Small white vases with violets.

Glass of milk

Image 25: The name is attributed to the appearance of the flower, the shape looks like a cup and the flowers are white as milk.

Flower glass of milk.

Image 26: To keep it beautiful all year round, you need to know that it is sensitive to heat.

White and red milk glass.

Eleven o’clock

Image 27: Did you know that One-horse is part of the group of flowers for the succulents’ garden?

Garden flowers: eleven o'clock.

Image 28: When planted in the garden, it should be watered 2-3 times a week.

Eleven-hour flowerbed with various colors.

Cyclamen

Image 29: The small size of this flower allows it to be grown in indoor gardens as well.

Some pink cyclamen flowers.

Image 30: Owner of inverted petals, cyclamen is a typical summer flower.

Garden with pink and white cyclamen.

Daisy

Image 31: This is a flower that grows on stems from 60 to 90cm tall.

Daisy flower with wet petals.

Image 32: The smooth flower can be grown both indoors and outdoors.

Daisy garden.

Aloe

Image 33: Known as Aloe Vera, this plant also gives a beautiful yellow and red flower.

Flowering aloe.

Image 34: Well known for decorating gardens, it reaches a maximum height of 20cm.

Winter garden with aloe.

Ageratum

Image 35: Finally, the fluffy and delicate flower is perfect for composing a winter garden.

Blue ageratus.

Image 36: There are several species of the plant that can reach different sizes of 15, 20 and 30cm.

Garden with various agerato flowers.

Outdoor garden flowers

Helicon

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Image 37: The flowers that look like toucans’ beaks make the helicon one of the favorite flowers to have in the garden. But be careful where you put it as it can reach up to 6 meters high.

Flowering branch.

Image 38: On the other hand, despite being long and with a thick flower, the weight is like a feather and the texture is like the most luxurious velvet.

Garden with heliconia.

Lily

Image 39: In ancient times, in Ancient Greece and Egypt, this flower was used for medicinal purposes. This culture spread to several other countries and made the lily the second best known flower on the planet, second only to the rose.

Pink lily.

Image 40: On the other hand, there are more than 100 variations of the lily, including several colors. Another intriguing curiosity is that among all these models, there is not a single one that is blue.

Garden with several white lily flowers.

Azalea

Image 41: One of the reasons that make the azalea flower so special is the unusual time when it is born: in winter.

Pink azalea.

Image 42: This way, placing it in the outdoor garden with other species will give you a flowery space all year round.

Garden flowers: bush with purple flowers.

Buttercup

Image 43: Belonging to the same family as the daisies, the buttercup has an average height of 40cm.

Buttercup flower with a ladybird.

Image 44: Despite being hardy, it needs some special care like being cultivated in full sun and being watered regularly.

Delicate yellow garden flowers.

Spring

Image 45: Typically Brazilian, this flower can reach 5m in height.

Spring flower.

Image 46: It blooms in the same season as its name and doesn’t need much watering.

Balcony with spring flowers.

Nevada

Image 47: This garden flower is also known as Snow Mountain.

Yellow flower.

Image 48: Star-shaped flowers grow on trees up to 3m tall.

Garden with snowfall.

Ixia

Image 49: The bright and eye-catching color will definitely grace your garden.

Garden flowers: ixora.

Image 50: The shrub reaches 2m in height and needs a lot of heat to stay beautiful.

Garden with low and red flowers.

Sunflower

Image 51: Sunflower is one of the most popular garden flowers in Brazil as it follows the direction of the sun.

Sunflower.

Image 52: But before planting it at home, you need to know that the flower is tall and can reach up to 3m in height.

Two flower beds with sunflowers.

Chinese lantern

Image 53: Among the flowers for garden, this one is fallen and grows on a stem of 3m in height.

Chinese lantern flower.

Image 54: There are five semi-closed petals that look like a lantern and the characteristic colors of China give the name of the flower.

Garden with garden flowers: Chinese ushers.

Flowers that grow on bushes

Lantana

Image 55: This is a fast-growing flower and is formed amidst bushes that can grow to little more than a meter in height.

Colored lantana.

Image 56: In addition, there are more than 100 beautiful species with an unmistakable aroma!

Colorful garden flowers.

Cineraria

Image 57: The velvety texture and the whitish gray color make the cineraria an unusual plant that will stand out in the garden.

Blue Cineraria.

Image 58: Despite being tolerant to cold and drought, she needs the sun to survive.

Garden with purple, blue and white cineraria.

Viburnum

Image 59: This is a flower that grows on bushes.

Wet flowers.

Image 60: Depending on the pruning, it can reach a height of 3m.

Bush with viburnum.

Camellia

Image 61: This beautiful flower blooms between autumn and winter on bushes that remain firm all year round.

Camellia.

Image 62: A curiosity about the camellia is that the flower cannot be touched. If this happens, the flowers will have brown spots.

Garden with camellia.

Hydrangea

Image 63: The hydrangea is a shrub, so it is perfect to form a path at the entrance to the house.

Garden flowers: hydrangea.

Image 64: In Brazil, the most popular color of the garden flower is blue.

Garden with hydrangea bushes.

Flowers for flowerbed

Agapanthus

Image 65: You’ve certainly seen this flower in a flowerbed around the city, after all, it’s one of the favorites when it comes to urbanization.

Agapanthus.

Image 66: On the other hand, to plant it at home it is necessary to have space because its height reaches 1.20m and about one meter wide.

Blue and white garden flowers.

Ageratum

Image 67: Considered a floor plan, between 20 and 30 cm in height, the ageratum is perfect for demarcating flowerbeds and decorating paths.

Purple ageratum.

Image 68: On the other hand, the plush texture of lilac and blue or pink and white color makes it not withstand a scorching sun and high temperatures.

Potted plants with ageratum.

Types of Garden Flowers

Daylily

Image 69: The name in Latin means “beauty in one day”, that’s because the flower’s durability is just a single day.

Wet white and yellow flower.

Image 70: In addition to being beautiful, the petals are edible. As a result, it can be placed in salads, soups and even among scrambled eggs.

Garden with red flowers.

Perfect love

Image 71: Usually, this flower is found in two or three colors and reaches a maximum height of 30cm.

Garden flowers: pansy.

Image 72: Also, to survive, it needs high luminosity. Also, it doesn’t withstand high temperatures.

Vase with various colors of pansy.

Lion’s mouth

Image 73: Before you see the photo and don’t identify the flower’s similarity with the name, it’s better to advance the justification. When the flower is pressed it opens like a lion’s mouth that quickly closes as soon as it is released.

Lion's mouth flowers.

Image 74: Can reach up to 1m in height, the plant forms a kind of spike at the top.

Garden with yellow, white and pink lion's mouth.

Calendula

Image 75: In addition to being a beautiful flower to decorate the garden, marigold is widely used for the production of essential oils.

Orange marigold.

Image 76: Used in the right way, this flower also offers a number of health benefits, such as antiseptic and anti-inflammatory action.

Flowerbed with orange and yellow marigold.

May’s flower

Image 77: Did you know that the May flower, in addition to being originally from the Amazon rainforest, it also belongs to the cactus family?

May's flower.

Image 78: The average duration of the flowers is 15 to 20 days and has an average of 60cm in length.

Vase with May flowers.

Santo Lina

Image 79: It’s not just the Santo Lina’s beauty that draws attention, but also its incredible aroma!

Two Santolina flowers.

Image 80: Despite its low height, depending on the pruning, it can reach up to 90cm in height.

Garden with santolinas.

sedum telephium

Image 81: This flower is also known as the Herb of Our Lady and has an artful texture.

Small purple flowers.

Image 82: It is popularly used for the production of ointments.

Bush with colorful flowers.

Cat’s tail

Image 83: The name exactly reflects the appearance of the plant which, being hairy, looks like a cat’s tail.

Cat's tail flower.

Image 84: Originally from India, it is not perfumed and can reach up to 20cm in height.

Garden with various cat's tail flowers.

pegonia

Image 85: The robust and fragrant flowers will make your garden much more eye-catching.

Garden flowers: pegonia.

Image 86: Also, there are several colors that can be blended.

Several pink flowers with a nameplate.

Narcissus

Image 87: There is a legend that, in Greek mythology, Narcissus, after his death, would have turned into a flower.

Garden flowers: Narcissus.

Image 88: Narcissus is synonymous with vanity and beauty.

Yellow and white narcissus.

Lavender

Image 89: Surely the feature that draws the most attention of this flower is its perfume.

Branches of lavender.

Image 90: In addition to aromatizing environments, it has a calming property.

Garden with purple lavender.

morning glory

Image 91: The buds of this flower look like small berries, but don’t be fooled.

Blue morning glory.

Image 92: The morning glory is one of the flowers for the garden that is a meeting point for hummingbirds, butterflies and bees.

Garden with many blue flowers.

Bleeding heart

Image 93: The branches of the bloody heart are straight and reach 50cm in height.

Bloody heart flower.

Image 94: Also, the name is exactly what represents the heart-shaped flower with a droplet, which may be red, which appears to be running down.

Garden with lots of bloody hearts.

Verbena

Image 95: This is a medicinal plant that gives beautiful colorful flowers.

Garden flowers: vervain.

Image 96: Although it is among the flowers for a small garden, it is necessary to have space as it spreads easily.

Garden with small purple flowers.

candytuft

Image 97: Showy flowers are common to be cultivated as an ornamental plant.

Candytuft ornamental flower.

Image 98: It is perfect for forming a colorful garden rug.

Garden with many white flowers.

Hibiscus

Image 99: Besides having a beautiful flower at home, it can also be used to make tea.

Garden flowers: hibiscus.

Image 100: Hibiscus needs heat, so it should be grown between 15 and 21 degrees.

Bush with hibiscus.

Filed under: Decoration , Plants

If you intend to have a green area inside or outside your home, it’s time to choose the flowers. In addition to decorative, there are types of flowers that still have a delicious aroma or are used for medicinal purposes.

That’s why we brought 50 species of flowers to the garden so you can have a natural space, independent of your available space:

  • Garden flowers that are vines;
  • Garden flowers also used in arrangements;
  • Indoor garden flowers;
  • Outdoor garden flowers;
  • Flowers that grow on shrubs;
  • Flowers for flowerbeds;
  • Different types of garden flowers.

Garden flowers that are vines

Seven leagues

Image 1: The popular name of Podranearicasoliana, is due to the speed with which the vine develops, alluding to the famous cartoon. Native to Australia, it has bright green leaves and pink flowers with some red streaks.

Seven leagues pink and purple.

Image 2: This flower is perfect for gardening because it has a very flexible branch. This allows it to reproduce easily and therefore cover large areas. Also, it can be used for vertical gardens as well.

Garden with the flower seven leagues.

Alameda

Image 3: Secondly, the Alameda cathartic is a very popular flower in Brazil for its golden-yellow color, which is a symbol of native flowers. In addition, it is accompanied by bright, ornamental green leaves.

Garden flowers: yellow alamanda.

Image 4: Despite being beautiful, this flower is toxic, so it is necessary to think carefully where to place it to stay out of reach of children. In this way, creating a garden suspended in a pergola will become the perfect setting for Alameda.

Flower garden with alamanda.

Jewess’s shoes

Image 5: This tree belongs to the vine family and is ideal to be placed in pergolas.

Hummingbird in the Jewess's shoes.

Image 6: Flowers normally form between spring and summer.

Pergola with jewish shoes.

Honeysuckle

Image 7: This flower is born white and as it ages, it turns yellow.

Honeysuckle flower.

Image 8: This vine must be pruned sporadically.

Garden with honeysuckle vine.

Garden flowers also used in arrangements

Paradise Bird

Image 9: Also known as Estrelícia, Ave do Paraíso is a brightly colored ornamental plant. In addition to being perfect for the garden, the flower is also widely used in decorations and arrangements.

Garden flowers: bird of paradise.

Image 10: Because it is very resistant to the wind, it is possible to put it in front of the house without fear. For those who have a garden on the balcony of the apartment, you can also enjoy and leave the view even more exuberant.

Garden with the bird of paradise.

Clove

Image 11: The perforated petals make the clove a beautiful flower to be grown in gardens or even in arrangements and bouquets.

Garden flowers: cloves.

Image 12: In addition to being delicate, the flower is also edible, like the pansy, for example.

Purple clove.

Chrysanthemum

Image 13: Although a lot of people know this flower for being famous in cemeteries, you need to see how amazing it looks in the garden.

Colored chrysanthemums.

Image 14: Characteristic of autumn, chrysanthemum is used to produce a very popular tea in Japan.

Garden with various colors of chrysanthemum.

Pink

Image 15: This is the most cultivated flower in the world.

Garden flowers: pink.

Image 16: There are more than 100 species that can be cultivated in gardens, pots and arrangements.

Roses in a pergola column.

Indoor garden flowers

Anthodium

Image 17: This beautiful flower has become so popular that nowadays it is not only used in gardens, but also in clothing and decorative objects.

Red, pink and purple anthurium.

Image 18: When planning your garden, take into account that this is a low flower, that is, it is between 30cm to 1m. Therefore, it is ideal for placing it close to trees, for example.

Garden with red flowers.

Astromelia

Image 19: The ease of caring for and cultivating this flower was what made it popular in Brazil.

Pink and yellow flower.

Image 20: This plant can reach a height of up to one meter but it is necessary to be careful when handling it, because despite the roots being thick, the stem is very sensitive and can easily break.

Garden with leaves and flowers.

Begonia

Image 21: Anyone who already has this flower at home knows how easy it is to care for. In addition, there are more than a thousand species of begonia to be cultivated indoors or outdoors.

Red begonia.

Image 22: This is a plant that blooms for most of the year, so your garden will be colorful for a long time.

Bush on the lawn.

Violet

Image 23: At just 15cm tall, the flower carries an incomparable beauty. In addition, there are more than 250 species of colorful flowers.

A violet flower.

Image 24: The beauty and vibrant color make it take a memorable space in the home decor. Therefore, it is most often used in indoor gardens.

Small white vases with violets.

Glass of milk

Image 25: The name is attributed to the appearance of the flower, the shape looks like a cup and the flowers are white as milk.

Flower glass of milk.

Image 26: To keep it beautiful all year round, you need to know that it is sensitive to heat.

White and red milk glass.

Eleven o’clock

Image 27: Did you know that One-horse is part of the group of flowers for the succulents’ garden?

Garden flowers: eleven o'clock.

Image 28: When planted in the garden, it should be watered 2-3 times a week.

Eleven-hour flowerbed with various colors.

Cyclamen

Image 29: The small size of this flower allows it to be grown in indoor gardens as well.

Some pink cyclamen flowers.

Image 30: Owner of inverted petals, cyclamen is a typical summer flower.

Garden with pink and white cyclamen.

Daisy

Image 31: This is a flower that grows on stems from 60 to 90cm tall.

Daisy flower with wet petals.

Image 32: The smooth flower can be grown both indoors and outdoors.

Daisy garden.

Aloe

Image 33: Known as Aloe Vera, this plant also gives a beautiful yellow and red flower.

Flowering aloe.

Image 34: Well known for decorating gardens, it reaches a maximum height of 20cm.

Winter garden with aloe.

Ageratum

Image 35: Finally, the fluffy and delicate flower is perfect for composing a winter garden.

Blue ageratus.

Image 36: There are several species of the plant that can reach different sizes of 15, 20 and 30cm.

Garden with various agerato flowers.

Outdoor garden flowers

Helicon

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Image 37: The flowers that look like toucans’ beaks make the helicon one of the favorite flowers to have in the garden. But be careful where you put it as it can reach up to 6 meters high.

Flowering branch.

Image 38: On the other hand, despite being long and with a thick flower, the weight is like a feather and the texture is like the most luxurious velvet.

Garden with heliconia.

Lily

Image 39: In ancient times, in Ancient Greece and Egypt, this flower was used for medicinal purposes. This culture spread to several other countries and made the lily the second best known flower on the planet, second only to the rose.

Pink lily.

Image 40: On the other hand, there are more than 100 variations of the lily, including several colors. Another intriguing curiosity is that among all these models, there is not a single one that is blue.

Garden with several white lily flowers.

Azalea

Image 41: One of the reasons that make the azalea flower so special is the unusual time when it is born: in winter.

Pink azalea.

Image 42: This way, placing it in the outdoor garden with other species will give you a flowery space all year round.

Garden flowers: bush with purple flowers.

Buttercup

Image 43: Belonging to the same family as the daisies, the buttercup has an average height of 40cm.

Buttercup flower with a ladybird.

Image 44: Despite being hardy, it needs some special care like being cultivated in full sun and being watered regularly.

Delicate yellow garden flowers.

Spring

Image 45: Typically Brazilian, this flower can reach 5m in height.

Spring flower.

Image 46: It blooms in the same season as its name and doesn’t need much watering.

Balcony with spring flowers.

Nevada

Image 47: This garden flower is also known as Snow Mountain.

Yellow flower.

Image 48: Star-shaped flowers grow on trees up to 3m tall.

Garden with snowfall.

Ixia

Image 49: The bright and eye-catching color will definitely grace your garden.

Garden flowers: ixora.

Image 50: The shrub reaches 2m in height and needs a lot of heat to stay beautiful.

Garden with low and red flowers.

Sunflower

Image 51: Sunflower is one of the most popular garden flowers in Brazil as it follows the direction of the sun.

Sunflower.

Image 52: But before planting it at home, you need to know that the flower is tall and can reach up to 3m in height.

Two flower beds with sunflowers.

Chinese lantern

Image 53: Among the flowers for garden, this one is fallen and grows on a stem of 3m in height.

Chinese lantern flower.

Image 54: There are five semi-closed petals that look like a lantern and the characteristic colors of China give the name of the flower.

Garden with garden flowers: Chinese ushers.

Flowers that grow on bushes

Lantana

Image 55: This is a fast-growing flower and is formed amidst bushes that can grow to little more than a meter in height.

Colored lantana.

Image 56: In addition, there are more than 100 beautiful species with an unmistakable aroma!

Colorful garden flowers.

Cineraria

Image 57: The velvety texture and the whitish gray color make the cineraria an unusual plant that will stand out in the garden.

Blue Cineraria.

Image 58: Despite being tolerant to cold and drought, she needs the sun to survive.

Garden with purple, blue and white cineraria.

Viburnum

Image 59: This is a flower that grows on bushes.

Wet flowers.

Image 60: Depending on the pruning, it can reach a height of 3m.

Bush with viburnum.

Camellia

Image 61: This beautiful flower blooms between autumn and winter on bushes that remain firm all year round.

Camellia.

Image 62: A curiosity about the camellia is that the flower cannot be touched. If this happens, the flowers will have brown spots.

Garden with camellia.

Hydrangea

Image 63: The hydrangea is a shrub, so it is perfect to form a path at the entrance to the house.

Garden flowers: hydrangea.

Image 64: In Brazil, the most popular color of the garden flower is blue.

Garden with hydrangea bushes.

Flowers for flowerbed

Agapanthus

Image 65: You’ve certainly seen this flower in a flowerbed around the city, after all, it’s one of the favorites when it comes to urbanization.

Agapanthus.

Image 66: On the other hand, to plant it at home it is necessary to have space because its height reaches 1.20m and about one meter wide.

Blue and white garden flowers.

Ageratum

Image 67: Considered a floor plan, between 20 and 30 cm in height, the ageratum is perfect for demarcating flowerbeds and decorating paths.

Purple ageratum.

Image 68: On the other hand, the plush texture of lilac and blue or pink and white color makes it not withstand a scorching sun and high temperatures.

Potted plants with ageratum.

Types of Garden Flowers

Daylily

Image 69: The name in Latin means “beauty in one day”, that’s because the flower’s durability is just a single day.

Wet white and yellow flower.

Image 70: In addition to being beautiful, the petals are edible. As a result, it can be placed in salads, soups and even among scrambled eggs.

Garden with red flowers.

Perfect love

Image 71: Usually, this flower is found in two or three colors and reaches a maximum height of 30cm.

Garden flowers: pansy.

Image 72: Also, to survive, it needs high luminosity. Also, it doesn’t withstand high temperatures.

Vase with various colors of pansy.

Lion’s mouth

Image 73: Before you see the photo and don’t identify the flower’s similarity with the name, it’s better to advance the justification. When the flower is pressed it opens like a lion’s mouth that quickly closes as soon as it is released.

Lion's mouth flowers.

Image 74: Can reach up to 1m in height, the plant forms a kind of spike at the top.

Garden with yellow, white and pink lion's mouth.

Calendula

Image 75: In addition to being a beautiful flower to decorate the garden, marigold is widely used for the production of essential oils.

Orange marigold.

Image 76: Used in the right way, this flower also offers a number of health benefits, such as antiseptic and anti-inflammatory action.

Flowerbed with orange and yellow marigold.

May’s flower

Image 77: Did you know that the May flower, in addition to being originally from the Amazon rainforest, it also belongs to the cactus family?

May's flower.

Image 78: The average duration of the flowers is 15 to 20 days and has an average of 60cm in length.

Vase with May flowers.

Santo Lina

Image 79: It’s not just the Santo Lina’s beauty that draws attention, but also its incredible aroma!

Two Santolina flowers.

Image 80: Despite its low height, depending on the pruning, it can reach up to 90cm in height.

Garden with santolinas.

sedum telephium

Image 81: This flower is also known as the Herb of Our Lady and has an artful texture.

Small purple flowers.

Image 82: It is popularly used for the production of ointments.

Bush with colorful flowers.

Cat’s tail

Image 83: The name exactly reflects the appearance of the plant which, being hairy, looks like a cat’s tail.

Cat's tail flower.

Image 84: Originally from India, it is not perfumed and can reach up to 20cm in height.

Garden with various cat's tail flowers.

pegonia

Image 85: The robust and fragrant flowers will make your garden much more eye-catching.

Garden flowers: pegonia.

Image 86: Also, there are several colors that can be blended.

Several pink flowers with a nameplate.

Narcissus

Image 87: There is a legend that, in Greek mythology, Narcissus, after his death, would have turned into a flower.

Garden flowers: Narcissus.

Image 88: Narcissus is synonymous with vanity and beauty.

Yellow and white narcissus.

Lavender

Image 89: Surely the feature that draws the most attention of this flower is its perfume.

Branches of lavender.

Image 90: In addition to aromatizing environments, it has a calming property.

Garden with purple lavender.

morning glory

Image 91: The buds of this flower look like small berries, but don’t be fooled.

Blue morning glory.

Image 92: The morning glory is one of the flowers for the garden that is a meeting point for hummingbirds, butterflies and bees.

Garden with many blue flowers.

Bleeding heart

Image 93: The branches of the bloody heart are straight and reach 50cm in height.

Bloody heart flower.

Image 94: Also, the name is exactly what represents the heart-shaped flower with a droplet, which may be red, which appears to be running down.

Garden with lots of bloody hearts.

Verbena

Image 95: This is a medicinal plant that gives beautiful colorful flowers.

Garden flowers: vervain.

Image 96: Although it is among the flowers for a small garden, it is necessary to have space as it spreads easily.

Garden with small purple flowers.

candytuft

Image 97: Showy flowers are common to be cultivated as an ornamental plant.

Candytuft ornamental flower.

Image 98: It is perfect for forming a colorful garden rug.

Garden with many white flowers.

Hibiscus

Image 99: Besides having a beautiful flower at home, it can also be used to make tea.

Garden flowers: hibiscus.

Image 100: Hibiscus needs heat, so it should be grown between 15 and 21 degrees.

Bush with hibiscus.

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