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Tropical Flowers

Titan Arum (Amorphophallus Titanum), the largest flower in the world, is a

tropical flower of South-East Asian Origin. In fact, it is the world's largest un-
branched inflorescence. In its native lands, the flower blooms vary in size
from 7-12 feet in height.

Tropical flowers hold a special place in the hearts of flower lovers due to their
breathtaking fragrance and exquisite beauty. Orchids, Rhizomes, Gingers,
Heliconias etc., which are more popular with the flower lovers, are tropical
flowers.Tropical Flowers are those that thrive naturally in tropical climatic

All the tropical flowers happen to be alien to other geographic regions of the
world viz., the temperate and polar regions where they are referred to as
Exotic Flowers. All tropical flowers are thus exotic to the Americas and Europe
but it is not necessary that all exotic flowers are tropical flowers.

The tropics are the geographic regions of the Earth centered on the equator
and limited in latitude by the two tropics: the Tropic of Cancer in the north
and the Tropic of Capricorn in the southern hemisphere. Tropical Flowers are
those species of flowers that are native to the tropics. The principal regions
with a tropical climate are the Amazon Basin in Brazil, the Congo Basin in
West Africa and Indonesia. The buzz word in the world of flowers, the
Hawaiian tropical flowers, come from this core tropical region. Besides, India,
southern China, etc., also fall under the tropical region.

Flower Name (with Scientific Name) About the Flower Flower Image

African Moon (Dimorphotheca Pluvialis/Osteospermum spp) The African

Moon is a white daisy flower covering the huge spring fields of Namibia. Learn
more about African Moon Tropical Flowers 1

African Tulip (Spathodea Campanulata)African Tulip flowers are the orange

scarlet flowers with glossy green pinnate leaves. Learn more about African
Tulip Tropical Flowers 2

Alpine aster (Aster Alpinus) Alpine aster flowers are violet pink and white
colored flowers which are good for cut flower arrangements. Learn more
about Alpine Aster Tropical Flowers 3

Alpinia (Alpinia) Alpinias are seen in colors ranging from pink to red, and
make very impressive container plants. Learn more about AlpiniaTropical
Flowers 4

Amazon Lily (Eucharis Grandiflora) The Amazon Lily is a beautiful, sweet

scented white flower, which makes into an excellent potted plant. Learn more
about Amazon lily Tropical Flowers 5

Angel wing begonia (Begonia Coccinea) The Angel-wing begonia flowers

come in pinks, reds or oranges and make beautiful flowering houseplants.
Learn more about Angel wing begonia Tropical Flowers 6

Annual Delphinium (Consolida Ajacis) Annual Delphinium flowers are in blue,

white, pink or lilac color florets. Learn more about Annual Delphinium
Tropical Flowers 7

Begonia Fairlady (Begonia Sempeflorens) Begonias are compact bedding

plants which are white in color. Also learn about Begonia Fairlady Tropical
Flowers 8

Begonia-non-stop red (Begonia Nonstop Red) The Begonia Nonstop Red are
tuberous begonias which are ideal for baskets, pots and gardens. Learn more
about Begonia-non-stop red Tropical Flowers 9

Bitter Gourd (Momordica Charantia) The Bitter Gourd flowers are yellow
and its bitter fruit is edible. Learn more about Bitter Gourd Tropical Flowers 10

Blanket flower (Gaillardia Aristata) The Blanket flower has yellow flowers
where petals are broadly margined with yellow. The remainder of the flower
has some shades of crimson. Learn more about Blanket flower Tropical
Flowers 11

Bleeding Heartwine (Clerodendrum Thomsoniae) The Bleeding Heartwine

flowers have white calyxes and scarlet flowers. Learn more about Bleeding
Heartwine Tropical Flowers 12

Blood Lily (Scadoxus Multiflorus, Haemanthus Multiflorus) The Blood lily is a

bulbous plant with a spectacular flower head which is a huge spherical umbel
containing 100 flowers. Learn more about Blood lily Tropical Flowers - Blood

Blue Alpine Daisy (Aster Alpinus) The Alpine aster flower is a delightful
flower and is used as a front of a border. Blue Alpine Daisy Blue Alpine Daisy

Blue Dawn flower (Ipomoea Indica) The Blue Dawn flowers are a striking
purple-blue, formed in a dense clustered inflorescence. Learn more about
Blue Dawn flower Blue Dawn Flower

Blue Jacaranda (Jacaranda Mimosifolia)The Blue Jacaranda flowers are

clusters of blue tubular flowers which give rise to woody, disc-shaped seed
pods. Learn more about Blue jacaranda Blue Jacaranda

Caladium (Caladium x hortulanum) Caladium is a genus of plants of the

family Araceae. They are often known by the common name elephant ear.
Learn more about Caladium Caladium

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Flower Name (with Scientific Name) About the Flower Flower Image

Blue-Passion flower (Passiflora Caerulea) The blue passion flower is

crowned with prominent blue and purple-banded filaments, with an egg-
shaped orange fruit. Learn more about Blue-Passion flower Blue Passion

Bottle Brush (Callistemon Citrinus) The bottlebrush flower spikes are

usually yellow or red, and give a small woody fruit containing hundreds of
tiny seeds. Learn more about Bottle brush Tropical Flowers - Bottle Brush

Calatheas (Calathea Roseo-Picta) Most of the Calathea species are

popular house plants and are commonly called Prayer Plants or Zebra Plants.
Learn more about Calatheas Tropical Flowers - Calatheas

Catasetum (Catasetum Spitzii) Catasetum species, are usually helmet

lipped, with flower color varying widely from apple green to greenish-yellow,
bright yellow or orange-yellow, with red markings. Learn more about
Catasetum Tropical Flowers - Catasetum

Cattleya (Cattleya Amethystoglossa) Cattleyas are the rare lavender

colored flowers, producing 20 flowers at a time in an inflorescence. Learn
more about Cattleya Tropical Flowers - Cattleya

Cautleya (Cautleya Lutea)Cautleyas are the eastern Himalayan bright yellow

flowers, enclosed in deep red colored bracts. Learn more about Cautleya
Tropical Flowers - Cautleya

Chrysanthemum Chrysanthemum flowers bloom in various forms and can

be daisy-like decorative pompons or buttons. Chrysanthemums can be white,
purple or red in color. Chrysanthemums are one of the most popular flowers
in the world, next only to the Rose. Learn more about Chrysanthemum
Chrysanthemum Flowers

Constantia (Constantia Cristinae) Constantia flowers are pretty light

colored miniature flowers which are a bit more than 1/2 an inch. Learn more
about Constantia Tropical Flowers - Constantia

Cosmos pink (Cosmos Bipinnatus) Cosmos flowers are showy solitary red
and bright colored disks, seen also as white, pink or purple flowers. Learn
more about Cosmos pink Cosmos Pink Flowers

Cryptopodium Cryptopodium flowers are branched off from an

inflorescence of 5 feet, producing dozens of yellow flowers. Learn more about
cyrtopodium Cyrtopodium

Day Lily Frans Hals (Hemerocallis Hybrids) Day Lily flowers are seen as
attractive, alternating bright yellow and yellow-striped red petals. Learn more
about Day Lily Frans Hals Tropical Flowers - Day Lily Frans Hals

Decorative Dahlia (Dahlia) Decorative dahlia flowers have full double

blooms without a clear disc. Ball and small Decorative Dahlias were popular
landscape flowers of the 18th century. Learn more about Decorative Dahlia
Decorative Dahlia

Encyclia (Anacheilium Fragrans) Encyclia flowers are extremely fragrant with

no color variation but have stripes on the lips. Learn more about Encyclia
Encyclia Flowers

Etlingera (Etlingera Elatior) Etlingera flower inflorescence comes out of

the ground instead of the terminal spike. It is greatly used as a cut flower. The
center of the flower shows a cone shaped structure formed by the lowering of
the bracts. Learn more about Etlingera Etlingera Flowers

Flame of the Forest (Butea Monosperma) Flame of the Forest flowers, are
brightly colored scentless flowers grouped along the ends of the stalks. The
characteristic flower feature is its curved beak-shaped keel. Learn more about
Flame of the Forest Flame of the Forest

Frangipani (Plumeria Rubra) The Frangipani flower is propeller shaped

with a delicate yellow center and a creamy white outer petal. Frangipani
flowers are highly scented during nights and are often used in bouquets.
Learn more about Frangipani Frangipani Flowers

Golden shower (Cassia Fistula) Cassia flowers are bright, yellow, fragrant
flowers. Cassia flowers are attractive to bees and butterflies, and look like
long grape-bunches of yellow gold flowers. Learn more about Golden shower
Golden Shower

Grass of the Dew (Cyanotis Arachnoides) The Grass of the Dew flowering
plants produce furry violet blooms, dotted with yellow stamens. Learn more
about Grass of the Dew Grass of the Dew Flowers

Heliconia (Heliconia Pendula) (Frosty) Heliconias are double colored with

Pinkish red on the lower half of the cheek and red on the upper half, with a
yellow lip and tip and having a deep red rachis. Learn more about Heliconia

Hibiscus (China-rose) (Hibiscus) Hibiscus flowers are large, flat, conspicuous,

trumpet-shaped flowers with five petals ranging from white to pink, red,
purple or yellow. Learn more about Hibiscus Hibiscus (China Rose)

Koutruk Lei (Koutruk Lei) Koutruk Lei flowers are small bell-shaped, blue
flowers. Koutruk Lei flowers are rare flowering plants, blooming once in every
nine years. Learn more about Koutruk lei Koutruk Lei

Laelia (Laelia Angereri) Laelia flowers are produced on long inflorescences.

Laelia Angereri is the largest species in the rupicolous Laelia group. Learn
more about Laelia Laelia Flowers

Lotus (Nelumbo Nucifera) Lotus flowers are found in white and pink colors in
general and they grow in shallow and murky waters. Learn more about Lotus
Tropical Flowers - Lotus

Maxillaria (Maxillaria Picta) Maxillaria flowers are extremely fragrant

yellowish to white flowers produced at a time during the inflorescence. Some
brownish-red markings can be seen on the exterior of the sepals and petals of
the flower. Learn more about MaxillariaMaxillaria

Morning Glory (Ipomea Species) The Morning Glory flowers are vines, which
are saucer-shaped, opening on morning time. Morning Glories produce typical
funnel-shaped blossoms in white, red, blue, purple and yellow. Learn more
about Morning Glory Morning Glory

Musas (Musas) Musas are easy to grow and flower and add lush tropical
feel to any garden. Learn more about Musas Musas

Sampaguita (Jasminum Sambac) Sampaguitas are pure white, small and

dainty star-shaped blossoms. Sampaguitas open at night and wilt the next
day. Learn more about Sampaguita Sampaguita Flowers

Sophornitella (Sophronitella Violacea) Sophornitella flowers are quite showy

and very colorful. The Sophornitella flower produces fairly large flowers on
inflorescence. Learn more about Sophornitella Sophronitella

Sophronitis (Sophronitis Coccinea) Sophronitis is a very intense orange-

red flower. Learn more about Sophronitis