Flower Pictures, Types of Flowers & Meanings

Welcome to flowerinfo.org, where you can find information on various types of flowers, learn about the meanings of flowers, and view galleries of pictures of flowers.

Flowers, whether potted or in a freshly cut bouquet, are an elegant and tasteful gift for nearly any occasion. However, there are many nuanced meanings encoded in flower species as well as in their colors. If you’d like to send a nuanced and meaningful message of sympathy, friendship, appreciation, or love, flowerinfo.org can help you find the right flower to express your sentiment.

silk flowers

Silk Flowers – While fresh flowers are always a thoughtful gift or a stunning decoration, unfortunately, they aren’t always in season. Silk flowers offer an alternative. Not only can you find dozens of types of flowers crafted in silk, but you’ll be able to enjoy them all year long. Silk flowers, unlike their fresh counterparts, open up a whole world of possibility when it comes to arts, crafts and designs. These types of flowers come in every conceivable variety and color, and may be used to create gifts that can last a lifetime. As well as being a great alternative to floral gift-giving, these flowers make fantastic decorations for the home, as well as weddings and events. Silk flowers can be placed in vases for realistic botanical pieces, woven into wreaths and baskets, or simply placed in vines around windows or door frames. Silk flowers are also great for making floral themed hair and clothing accessories.

white flowers

White Flowers – White flowers, such as lilies and daisies, symbolize purity and innocence. If a romance is fresh and chaste, a gift of white flowers is the perfect gift. White flowers are also commonly given as expression of sorrow and sympathy for the family of a deceased loved one. White flowers are best known for their symbolism of innocence and purity. However, these types of flowers come in a plethora of varieties – all with their own particular meaning – so you are practically guaranteed to find just the right white-hued blossom to express almost any possible emotion. In addition to making great gifts, white flowers are often used for weddings, christenings and other religious events. For weddings, these blooms look sophisticated and elegant on their own, but they also work well with other, brighter shades. For christenings, these flowers represent the fresh, untainted beauty of the clean soul; while in religious ceremonies, these blooms are frequently meant to represent gods, saints and spirits in their many forms.

pink flowers

Pink Flowers – Nothing quite captures that first blush of romance like a gift of pink flowers. Whether you choose carnations or roses, the meaning of pink flowers is always clear: They express the warmth and exhilaration of new love, while reflecting the beauty of the person to whom you give them. Unlike their red counterparts, pink blossoms convey a more innocent type of affection, and are often traded in the early stages of romantic attachment. These types of flowers are also quite commonly used in wedding arrangements, as they add a more lighthearted, unusual twist to traditional bouquets. As well as being a symbolic gift of romance, pink blossoms are often given for a variety of other reasons. For instance, the pink carnation is the emblem for Mother’s Day, while pink roses are representative of gratitude, and are often given as a stunning “thank you” gift.

spring flowers

Spring Flowers – Every changing of season has its own special marker. For fall it’s the changing of leaves; for winter, the crisp, cool air – for summer, the warm, bright sunlight. What makes spring so special is the resurrection of life in nature. This is most obvious when it comes to spring flowers, which indicate that everything in the land is waking up from it’s frozen slumber. Aside from representing new life, these types of flowers are representative of a whole plethora of symbols, emotions and imagery. As well as being rich with meaning, spring blossoms offer a wide range of colors, styles and scents to entice just about any flower lover.

artificial flowers

Artificial Flowers – In addition to being easy on a tight budget, and a fabulous choice for flower-loving allergy sufferers, artificial flowers have become a favorite of crafters, artists, decorators and enthusiasts alike. This is largely due to their long lasting and realistic appearance – not to mention their year-round availability. Polyester is the most common material for these types of flowers, but there are several other kinds to choose from. For example, they may be made of parchment, dipped in wax, or dried and covered in glycerin. As well as coming in a freshly clipped style, other artificial flowers may have stems that are wrapped in tape; their petals may be crinkled and dyed to look like dried flowers, or they may be placed alongside fruits, vine or gems.

Types of Flowers

Acacia Clematis Plants Hyacinth Poison Hemlock Plant
Agapanthus Cleome Hydrangea Poison Sumac Plant
Allium Columbine Iris Flowers Pokeweed Plant
Alstroemeria Coneflower Jack in the Pulpit Poppy
Amaranth Cosmo Jasmine Primrose
Amaryllis Crocus Jonquil Purslane
Anemone Croton Ladys Slipper Pussy Willow
Angelica Daffodil Larkspur Ragweed Plant
Annual Flowers Dahlia Laurel Ranunculus
Anthurium Daisy Flowers Lavender Rhododendron
Aspen Dandelion Lilac Rose Flowers
Aster Delphinium Lily Flowers Rosemary
Astilbe Dieffenbachia Plant Lisianthus Rue Plant
Azalea Dogwood Loosestrife Plant Saffron
Baby’s Breath Eucalyptus Lotus Flowers Sage
Balloonflower Evening Primrose Lupine Sagebrush
Beauty Bush Everlasting Magnolia Saint John’s Wort Plant
Begonia Fennel Marigold Salvia
Bells of Ireland Feverfew Morning Glory Satin
Bindweed Flax Mullein Plant Senna
Bird of Paradise Forget Me Not Muscari Snapdragon
Bitterroot Forsythia Plant Mustard Snowdrop
Blazing Star Foxglove Myrtle Statice
Bleeding Heart Freesia Narcissus Stephanotis
Bloodroot Fuchsia Plants Nasturtium Stock
Bluebell Gardenia Nigella Sunflower
Bluebonnet Gentian Oleander Plant Sweet Pea
Bougainvillea Plant Geranium Orange Blossom Sweet Williams
Burning Bush Shrub Gerbera Orchid Syringa Vulgaris
Calla Flowers Ginger Oregon Grape Tansy Plant
Camellia Gladiolus Pansy Tassel
Campanula Gloxinia Pasque Trillium
Candytuft Goldenrod Peony Tuberose
Carnation Hawthorn Perennial Flowers Tulip Flowers
Celosia Heather Periwinkle Verbena
Chenille Plant Heliotrope Plant Petunia Veronica
Cherry Blossom Hibiscus Flowers Philodendron Plant Violet Flowers
Chinese Latern Holly Phlox Wintergreen Plant
Chrysanthemum Hollyhock Pincushion Yarrow Flowers
Cineraria Honeysuckle Poinsettia Zinnia Flowers