Dahlia

Marigold (Calendula)

Gerbera

Crocosmia

Orange Flowers

 

Synonymous with autumn arrangements, Halloween and bonfire night; orange flowers are a symbol of energy and confidence. Ranging from delicate pale shades to vibrant hues, orange flowers can be found in most flower species, including roses, marigold and freesia. When you’re looking to add some fire to your garden without needing a bucket of water on standby, orange flowers are the way to go. Orange flowers by botanical name and common name:

 

Alstroemeria, Peruvian Lily

Anigozanthus, Kangaroo Paw

Anthurium, Painter’s Palette

Antirrhinum, Snapdragon

Aranthera, Scorpion Orchid

Asclepias, Milkweed

Banksia, Bottlebrush

Marigold, Calendula

Calla Lily, Zantedeschia, Arum Lily

Callistephus

Carnation

Carthamus, Safflower

Spray Carnation

Cattleya Orchid

Cestrum

Chrysanthemum

Cosmos

Crocosmia

Dahlia

Eremurus, Foxtail Lily

Euphorbia, Spurge

Freesia

Fritillaria

Gerbera

Gladiolus

Godetia

Gomphrena, Globe amaranth

Helenium

Hypericum, St John’s Wort

Ixia, African Corn Lily

Kniphofia, Red hot poker

Leucospermum, Pincushion Protea

Lily

Papaver, Poppy

Protea

Ranunculus

Rose

Strelitzia, Bird of Paradise

Trollius

Tulip

Vanda

Zinnia

 

(In the left hand column there are a few examples of some of the orange flowers listed above.)

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