Species of Leucanthemum are commonly referred to as Shasta Daisies. These plants come in colors across the spectrum, from red to white, but they can be very difficult to grow. Some Statice varieties have a foul odor. Winter Jasmine is also known as Jasminum nudiflorum. The Painted Daisy is also known as Tanacetum coccineum, a perennial from the Caucasus Mountains in Asia. Trillium thrive in deep shade and produce flowers during both springtime and summer months. These are often fragrant flowers, and they come in colors such as white, red, and orange, with solid, spotted, or even streaked petals. Flowers open as showy pure white 4-petaled flowers. These spread slowly and tend to be compact, so you’ll want to mark their position to avoid removing them as a weed. The Euphorbia genus contains a large group of plants known as Spurge that are shrubs, annuals, perennials, and “subshrubs”. The daisy-like flowers come in many colors; the most common shades are purple, lavender, pink, red, blue and white. The Cerastium tomentosumis also known as snow in summer. Large daisy-type flowers bloom in shades of orange to yellow with the center of the flower having a distinct dark ring. Violas have the unique ability to withstand cold temperatures. They tend to be easily grown plants, found in bright colors such as orange, red and yellow. They have single and double blooms that are often used to symbolize death and rebirth. Monk's-hood (Aconitum carmichaelii) is hardy in USDA Zones 3 to 7. The leaves tend to be delicate and feathery, while the flowers may be single colors or mixtures. Flowers vary in color and formation depending on the variation. It is also known as Dusty Zenobia or honey-cup. English Bluebell is also known as Hyacinthoides. Tall flowers are measured in feet not inches and can bring color to an otherwise drab fence. Hebe is also known as the New Zealand lilac, an evergreen shrub that tends to sprawl when it grows. When grown outside, the plant needs full sunlight to grow. The plant produces beautiful trumpet-shaped clusters of brilliant yellow flowers that hang from the end of branches. The plant flowers from spring to summer in little clusters of cream to white or pink. A relative of the rose, these plants have lovely foliage, and the flowers bloom between spring and summer. While tall forms of the plant can reach approximately 30 inches, the dwarf forms are less than a foot tall. It tolerates full sun to partial shade to grow. These are annuals that can be difficult to raise from seeds. The flowers usually number a dozen or so blossoms on each spike. Just click on most images on this site to enlarge them and see their credit source. In some places, Valerian is considered an invasive weed and is not allowed to be planted. The leaves of the plant are lance-shaped. The annuals tend to be smaller, using less space in your yard. Also known as Yellow Elder, yellow bells, and ginger-thomas, all belong to the Tecoma species. There is also a variety that comes in a cupcake shape with double petals. The rounded leaves are covered in a silvery wool-like substance, and they produce small white flowers that have a pink tinge to them. The Mayflower is a wildflower that blooms in spring. Gardenias are a popular flower. It flowers in fall, but the leaves provide decoration throughout winter and spring. The leaves are scalloped, and many times, you’ll find the leaves edged with a tinge of red. The Columbine is known by many names, including aquilegia and granny’s bonnets. It needs full sun and grows best in moist, acidic soils. The Begonia is a showy flower with fleshy leaves that are green or bronze in color. The plants range from having large flowers to having small flowers that only get to several inches high. It needs full sun to grow and tends to be fragrant. The blossoms have a roughly bell-shaped appearance, and the colors can range from white to lilac. Scaevola also goes by the name of Fairy Fan Flower. These flowers attract pollinators such as hummingbirds and come in a range of heights, from two to eight feet tall. Four O’clock flowers bloom in the late afternoon, are known for being fragrant and bloom in a wide variety of colors such as white, yellow, red and pink. These plants favor colder weather and don’t do well in hot climates, preferring instead to have a period of winter dormancy. The leaves tend to be dark green, glossy, and spiny. It belongs to the Iris family and is a bulbous plant. The Frangipani Flower is also known as Plumeria or templetree. They do tend to be high maintenance flowers though. The flowers have a bell shape and may be purple to magenta in color. The Gladiolas (or Gladiolus) commonly cultivated came from South Africa, although other species and cultivars come from the Mediterranean regions and western Asia. It is natively from South America, such as Uruguay, and the plant blooms between August and September. They are often dried and used as part of flower displaces. The Nolana or Chilean bellflower is a member of the nightshade family (rather than the morning glory family, which they resemble). There are many hybrid dahlia varieties on the market, which includes at least 42 species. Plants range from 12 to 28 inches in height. Flowers are also lacy and come in light shades of purple, white and pink. It can grow two feet high but tends to not spread far. These plants produce flowers that are fluffy and last for an extended period of time. Birds are often attracted to the plant to eat the berries. Blooms typically come in shades of yellow and brown. They bloom in a variety of colors, including red, yellow, and pink. The glory of the snow plant or Chionodoxa grows from a bulb. The magnolia is considered by many to herald the arrival of spring. Bee Balm is a bergamot plant that comes as a hardy perennial. They were natively from China and Japan. Also known as the yellowhorn, 1-inch star-shaped white flowers with centers sporting red or yellow accents bloom in May. They will also self-seed readily. Weigela is a deciduous shrub that typically branches in an arch formation towards the ground. The Dietes plant is from southern and eastern Africa before it spreads in gardens around the world. in Biological Sciences from University of Maryland. The plant is a deciduous shrub that typically gets to a height of two feet and a spread of four feet. They enjoy either full sunlight or dappled sunlight, such as in beds with shelter from trees. The Petunia is a classic and always popular flower. The Kangaroo Paw is the Anigozanthos plant, and it is a perennial from western Australia. There are dwarf and taller varieties. these plants are easy to grow and can form large clumps of flowers in your garden. The plants as well as the seeds are highly toxic. The Cosmos is a perennial flower that delights the eye with a simple daisy-type flower and a pleasant, wispy foliage. The plants have beautiful rosettes that have satiny foliage. The plant produces blooms that are white, pink, and red, depending on the cultivar. Lilly Pilly. They readily self-sow, so remove all plants if you don’t want them there the next year. While they can be damaged by a harsh frost, these plants tend to be better in cooler temperatures. The Poinsettia plant is a common flower used to decorate homes at Christmas. These plants are a great evergreen ground cover and have large, rounded leaves. The plants do best in areas with cool summer temperatures. These are long-lived plants, and they tend to be rather hardy. Lilly Pillys have been a common choice for privacy in Australian gardens for decades. The Watsonia plant is characterized with “sword-like” foliage and trumpet flowers in tones of rose to pink mounted on tall slender spikes. The flower heads can be white or a bright metallic blue color. A seasonal bloomer, this plant produces a greenish-yellow or occasionally red flower. The blooms produce pale violet rays that are arranged around a central yellow disc. You’re in the right place! The plant is often only three inches off of the ground but may spread to two feet. The plant is also known as the star magnolia because of its flower shape. They have tall spires with richly colored flowers, and they will grow under most growing conditions, including dry or damp soils. They attract pollinators such as butterflies and come in a range of colors including reds and oranges. Colors range in shades of violet, blue and white and make super cut flowers. Commonly called the Spanish flag plant or the firecracker vine. Larkspur is also known as Consolida, and it is a hardy annual plant. They do well in full sun to partial shade. This succulent plant produces colors that vary from pure white to a deep red. Nierembergia is also known as the cupflower. The Lantana is also referred to as a shrub verbena. Different species have different colored blooms, with such examples as lime-green flowers or mottled color flowers. These small plants are generally less than a foot tall and are classified as hardy annuals. Of course the main things to plant first are the Trees (if you want some), then the tall Woody Perennials such as Roses, Rhododendrons and Hydrangeas, and then the smaller Herbaceous Perennials. Berries that form from the flowers are green in summer and turn red in the fall. Echeveria. While these are not a long-lived plant, they are relatively easily grown from seeds and prefer some shade. The plant is low maintenance, needing little care such as pruning. The plants are great for cut arrangements, but use caution with the seeds as they are poisonous. Pansies are popular cool weather flowers that do well in spring and fall. The array of colors is vibrant and impressive and come in all shades and hues except blue. It is a perennial, and the flower spikes that bloom are 12 to 24 inches high. Each plant blooms approximately 4 to 5 weeks and requires little tending. Flowers grow resembling huge disc shapes on rough furry stems with layers spirals of course leaves. Some flowers are streaked in or mottled with color. Flowers are usually pink, with cultivars being pink, red, or white. The flowers may be single or double, and there are dwarf varieties that do well in small gardens. It looks similar to the herb fennel, with feathery leaves that are blue-green and aromatic. The plant has star-shaped flowers with a characteristic appearance from their protruding black anthers. Lily-of-the-Valley is also known as Convallaria majalis. You will find a range of colors for daylilies, and each plant tends to bloom repeatedly over an extended period of time. The plant makes an excellent cover crop and is also used to feed livestock, but it can be a lovely, easy-to-grow addition to any garden. The Quaker Ladies flower (also known by its scientific name houstonia caerulea) is a perennial wildflower. Azaleas belong to the family of rhododendrons and come in a wide range of colors. Large flower hybrids tend to be the most popular and flower during the summer, with a range of colors including purple, white, and red. Building a garden you can be proud of. The Parodia or ball cactus is a type of succulent. Scaevola is a native plant of Australia and is resistant to droughts and heat. The Cornflower or Centaurea cyanus is a hardy annual that tends to be easy to grow. From Southern Africa, these plants do well in full sun to medium shade and are considered pretty low maintenance. The heather flower blooms are a rose to purplish pink color, and the plant grows well in full sun to partial shade. The genus was named in honor of the physician to Louis XIII, Charles Bouvard. The Crocus is one of over 80 species of flowers that generally bloom between late winter and spring. These plants do well in beds, containers, and even hanging baskets. They bloom during cooler weather and are often found in cooler weather climes. The plant grows from 2 to 3 feet tall and up to 2 feet wide. Canna Lilies are also known as Indian shot. Some even have feathering on the petals. The Primula or Polyanthus plants do well in container gardens or flower beds. These plants are annuals that require sun to grow well. They do well being planted underneath trees in the shade. The Cyclamen is a group of plants that are characterized by having largely marbled foliage. Tiny white flowers during summer result in an array of brilliant red winter berries. They are deciduous shrubs that can grow to a height of 10 feet, although they are commonly grown in plants. These plants add a splash of color with their lovely spikes that come in shades such as blue-purple. The green lance-shaped leaves cover the stems topped with spikes of tiny purple, white, pink or red flowers. It got its name due to the soft “wooly” feel of the plant. The plant has is slightly scented and spreads quickly. We have you enjoy our long list of flowers. The Ipomoea lobata plant goes by many names and used to be known as Mina lobata. Wandflower or Gaura originated in the southern United States as a perennial. It is native to areas in Japan, Korea, and Northern China. Diasca, or twinspur, last from the spring until the first frosts of the fall, so you will get a long flowering cycle from these lovely little flowers. These annuals tend to be hardy and easy to grow, making them popular plants. They bloom between summer and fall and look best planted in large clumps. This plant grows from a bulb and is an excellent species to grow under deciduous trees or in drifts in the yard. The Bouvardia plants are a genus of plants that belong to the Rubiaceae family. It produces star-shaped flowers that are blue in color with white centers. They don’t spread much, only about half a foot at most, and you grow them from a bulb. Tuberose grows from a bulb and is part of the asparagus family. They may be upright or rounded. In nature, Scilla is found from seashores to fields and forests. They need to have full sun to grow well, and they require high humidity and medium amounts of maintenance. Leaves from the plant are used for making medicine. The tree thrives in the heat of the summer and doesn’t do well with cold climates. These plants have spires of yellow flowers that bloom during the summer. Blossoms sit at the center of rich green leaves and come in colors of yellow, burgundy, white, pink, reddish-purple and bronze-green. There are less than 40 species found in the wild but hundreds of cultivars exist. Other names for Wedelia include Sphagneticolatrilobata, creeping daisy and rabbit’s paw. The foliage is fern-like in appearance. So named because most flowers wither within a day of blooming, these plants belong to the genus Hemerocallis. The Matthiola or Brompton stock is a plant with flowers with a sweet scent. This towering shrub grows 7' to 9' tall, just as tall as an ornamental tree. The flower blooms atop a stem that may be only three inches tall in dwarf varieties or 20 inches in taller plants. Xanthoceras sorbifolium is native to North China and a member of the sapindaceae family. It is a perennial with a tuberous root that blooms deep purplish-blue color between the months of July and August. They have flower spikes that occur in cream, red, yellow, and orange shades. You can find them in just about any color from pink to yellow to green, and many are bicolored. They like sunlight, and some species are actually evergreen. Lisianthus. The flowers appear solitary “cuplike” blossoms floating among green waxy leaves. The Queen’s Cup is a wildflower found natively in the United States. The Tobacco Plant is also known as Nicotiana. Jasmine comes in two forms, the climbing and the bushy plant. Many modern examples have been hybridized with vrieseas. Most common are the lacecaps and mophead types. The Maltese Cross or Jerusalem Cross is a red flower that tends to be easy to grow. Clover plants fall within a genus that is made up of around 300 species of flowering plants. Established plants from clumps. The Blanket Flower belongs to the Gaillardia family of flowers. The leaves are green but may be cream-flushed. They come in a variety of sizes, from small flowers with fibrous roots to trailing flowers that do well in hanging baskets. Also known as Tree of Love, this succulent is a bit different looking. The flowers feature a distinct lip similar to that of an orchid. You can find blue, mauve, purple, and pink, while wild species are typically yellow or white flowers. The Ixia plant, or the corn lily, is often grown from hybrid varieties. The flowers may be solid colored or a combination of colors such as red and yellow. There are different species of flowers, and many of them are white, while others may be a carmine pink color. Different species have different blooming times, between spring, summer, and fall. Native to the Canary Islands, the plant is a seasonal bloomer. Toadflax, also known as Linaria, produces small flowers that look similar to small snapdragons. … Petals range depending on the species and can be tubular or even needle-like. The flowers bloom from early summer until the first frosts of the year. These are hardy plants and have been favored as “pass-alongs” for generations. The foliage is evergreen, while the flowers , which rise above the foliage, can be red, pin, or white, depending on the cultivar. These plants tend to spread and make a carpet, and they produce a feathery foliage. These plants are hardy annuals that you can directly sow in the soil outdoors. The flowers tend to be blue-purple or yellow in color, and the plant is native to mountainous areas. There are three distinct species of butterfly bushes, with the most common as the deciduous Buddlejadavidii. They can also be low-growing plants that prefer woodlands and rock gardens or tall-growing that thrive in late summer. They tend to have waxy-looking flowers, generally pure white. The Crocosmia is also known as the montbretia. The Trumpet Vine, nicknamed cow-itch or trumpet creeper, originated in the eastern United States. Planting in groupings helps support these stems. Daphne is a lovely plant often grown for its fragrant blooms. Each indoor plant is given its main common name used and botanical/scientific name. leaves: Opposite ... Yellowish flowers in leaf axils (stem and leaf junction) Summer Similar looking species Alligator weed (Alternanthera philoxeroides): single white ball-like flower on stalk and hollow stem Background Enydra is an Australian native aquatic plant that can be easily confused with alligator weed. The plant’s blooms are bluish purple to white, and the plant does best with full sun. Quince is a tree or shrub that produces a fruit. The different species bloom between February and June, and they’re convenient flowers as they don’t typically need to be cut back regularly other than to keep the bushy plants tidy. The plants have upright stems with roughly star-shaped purple-red flowers. These reliable bloomers create strong color with feathery fern like leaves. Flowers come in white, red, yellow, orange and pink with a spotted or variegated center. The Viola is a typical border or potted flower that can be an annual or a perennial. Tea Roses are perennial shrubs that are known as the “modern garden rose”. Uva Ursi is a hardy creeping ground cover that blooms during April and May. The Mandevilla or white dipladenia is a vine from Central and South America. Plant in full sun or partial shade and a moist to wet soil enriched with humus. Some species may be white or purple-pink, and the stamens appear tipped in gold. The Meconopsis or Himalayan blue poppy is a delicate poppy that produces a sky-blue flower recognized around the world. The flowers can be dried easily and can be used in flower arrangements. They are typically planted in fall and bloom in spring and summer. The flowers and foliage of these plants arch slightly, with some ending up at 2 to 3 feet tall. The French Marigold belongs to the family of Tagetes plants. They are considered half-hardy annuals, and the flowers may be rose, mauve, or white flowers. Consider monk’s-hood for areas around a pond or stream. It blooms profusely, and the plants are deciduous. The stems are high above the foliage and may be as much as more than 6 feet tall. Blooms appear in mid-spring and droop from tall stems. There are several species, all of which tend to be low-growing. The flowers appear in late summer and range in shades of pink to purplish red-pink. This plant is an herbaceous perennial that grows up to 1 foot high and 3 feet wide. Another member of the Ipomoea genus, it can grow 10 feet tall. The flowers are funnel-shaped and are pink or white. Berry-like seeds grow in clusters emerging from pear-shaped seed pods in the fall. The leaves and stems of the plant are covered in fine hairs. The flowers will appear during the summer months and need good drainage or the roots may rot. Four O’clock flowers are perennials and members of a 45-species family called Mirabilis. Some bloom only at night, and these varieties are often more fragrant than the day-blooming plants. The plant does best in areas where the night time temperatures stay below 70 degrees F. Note that all parts of the plant are toxic. The plants are well adapted for containers and as border plants. They can be planted in areas such as flower beds, container gardens, and hanging baskets. Originally these were solely a blue plant, but cultivars offer shades of pink, white, and red. The flowers have a sweet smell and come in colors such as white, pink and purple. Blackberry lily (Belamcanda chinensis) is also known as leopard lily and is hardy in USDA Zones 5 to 10. The mountain laurel plant is also known as Kalmia. They make excellent ground cover for your garden and tolerate drought conditions well. The Daylily is not a true lily. Virginia Creeper is a vine plant that grows upward on surfaces or runs across the ground. Acacias are soft, yellow flowers that tend to be fluffy. The flowers come in many colors, and they are considered half-hardy annuals. It likes a sunny area although will tolerate partial shade. The Peace Lily is a group of flowers that are perennials belonging to the family Araceae. You can find plants with a range of leaf colors, from bronze to green. Small, brown seeds are produced in large numbers. The Bellflower or campanula is a group containing several hundred species of annuals and perennials. The flowers grow in thickly clustered bunches with yellow colored flowers that are fragrant and called “pea flowers”. The plant grows from 2 to 3 feet tall and 1 1/2 to 2 1/2 feet wide. The flower through spring and summer. The flowers are powderpuff blooms in white to sulfur yellow that brighten up the tree limbs. It tends to be fast growing and is a hardy plant but needs full sunlight. These flowers prefer full or partial sun, and they like acidic soil. They make good cut flowers, and they can tolerate full sun to partial shade. Evening Primrose is a Oenothera plant. Hibiscus is a shrub-type plant that is deciduous and blooms in the late summer. Tritonia crocata is a deciduous bulb plant from the Iridaceae family and native to South Africa. It should be grown in a shady area that is protected from cold winds for best results. The plant does well in pots and gardens. This plant is easy to grow and comes in a range of sizes. Check out our range of Plants products at your local Bunnings Warehouse. The plant is toxic and should not be consumed. The Rondeletis is also known by its other name, the Panama rose. It is often seen as a nuisance plant or weed, but it can be edible. The evergreen Oleander plant is sensitive to frost, so it must be carefully overwintered. The plant produces spikes of purple flowers that attract pollinators such as bees and butterflies. Coral Bells, or Heuchera, is a perennial that flowers a rosette of leaves. They come in many colors, such as red and purple. 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