Breathtaking Exotic Flowers and plants add that extra special touch to gardens, homes, and all occasions – weddings, celebrations, banquets, as well as solemn occasions. Find below the list of various exotic flowers, which we have compiled.
Dutch amaryllis (Amaryllis/Hippeastrum – )Amaryllis flowers are bulbous flowers coming in Orange, red, rose, pink, white, bi-colored.
Anthuriums (Anthurium species) – Anthuriums are rigid flowers with a thick and waxy feel and appearance. The anthurium flower is in fact the spathe of the plant. In the middle of the spathe is an upright organ called the spandix. The flowers actually grow on the spandix. Their colors range from whites to pinks and reds.
Birds of Paradise (Stelitzia reginae) –The name Birds of Paradise comes from the spectacular flower shape, which resembles a birds beak and head plumage.
Calla Lily (Zantedeschia)- The calla lily flower spathe, is a large, flaring, trumpet-shaped bract, surrounds the spadix which is covered with tiny flowers.
Equadorian roses- Equadorian roses are very beautiful roses displaying in a wide range of colors.
Gardenias (Gardenia jasminoides)– Gardenias are waxy, white and very fragrant, seen either single or double and up to 4 inches in diameter.
Lilacs – Lilac flowers are purple color, clustered, beautiful and very fragrant, which carries quite a distance.
Lily of the valley – Lily of the valley are bell-shaped flowers that infuse the air with fragrance throughout the day.
Miniature Calla Lily (Zantedeschia Rehmannii)– Miniature calla lilies are native to Southern and Eastern Africa.These flowers are funnel-shaped colored spathe enclosing a yellow finger-like spadix.
Oriental Lily – The Oriental lily flowers may be borne erect, horizontal, or drooping, and can be funnel-shaped to bell-shaped. Lily flowers comes in white to yellow, pink, orange, and red colors.
Source Flower Experts.co