TOP 5 – The Worlds most stunning Flowers
All over the world there are thousands upon thousands of different species of flowers. Included in these species are different shapes, different colours, different smells and different sizes. There are so many flowers to choose from it is difficult to find the perfect flower for your home, the perfect flower gift or the perfect species are flower to grow in your garden. Below is a list of the top 5 most beautiful flowers in the world which will hopefully help you choose which flower is the right flower for you:
- Tulips: Tulips, whilst only in bloom in the UK for a short time of the year, are arguably the most beautiful flowers in the world. It is the national flower of Iran and Turkey. Sending tulips to a loved one gives of the sentimental message of “perfect love”. However some tulip colours have different meanings to other tulips. Red tulips give off the unsurprising message of romantic love. Yellow tulips historically meant unrequited love but in recent times it has changed to express happiness, sunshine and warmth. The reasons behind these messages and the amazing array of colours they give off make it one of the most beautiful flower species in the world.
- Lotus: The Lotus is a flower which possibly symbolises the most in different cultures all over the world. The flower symbolises purity, majesty, beauty, fertility, grace, richness, wealth, knowledge and serenity. The Pink Lotus is the national flower of India. It is also known by a number of common names which include sacred lotus, Indian lotus and sacred water-lily. The Lotus flower is a sacred flower for Buddhists. The Lotus is a flower that can be received within a bouquet or flower display but it is a beautiful flower that could set a peaceful scene to a garden pond.
- Roses: One of the most symbolic flowers in the world is number three on our list. The Rose has been for many year the number one flower to give to a partner as a symbol of your love and the most popular coloured rose for doing this is the red coloured rose but roses come in many other different colours including yellow, white, purple, pink and cream. Perhaps the most famous species of rose is the Peace rose which is the most popular garden flower of all time. As of 1992 over one hundred million rose flowers of different variations had been sold. The rose is popular for many reasons but perhaps above all it is most popular for its beauty.
- Phalaenopsis Orchid: The Phalaenosis Orchid is arguably the most beautiful orchid in the world. It is the most commonly known orchid as the Phalaenopsis is usually the most marketed orchid. This orchid is really common as it is the most easiest to grow out of the whole orchid family. Orchids are beautiful flowers which bring peace to their surroundings. The presence of an orchid flower fills a room with serenity; however the complexity of each orchid gives off its own individual style.
- Passion Flower: Historically the Passion Flower has been used across the world for medicinal purposes. In the Americas and eventually in Europe the Passion Flower was a ‘calming’ herb for anxiety, insomnia, seizures and hysteria. It is still in use today to treat anxiety and insomnia. The Passion Flower now grows all over Europe. Each passion flowers has 5 white petals and 5 sepals that vary in colour from magenta to blue. The Passion Flower produces a ripe fruit that is an egg-shaped berry that may be yellow or purple. Some kinds of passion fruit are edible but some of poisonous and it some circumstances can be fatal. The Passion Flower is an extremely popular flower across the globe.