Top 10 Most Beautiful Flowers In The World That Can Make Your Day Beautiful

Nature has bestowed us with beautiful and fragrant flowers, which make our mood cheerful by just looking at them. They come in vivid colors, and there are about 3,91,000 species of plants, of which about 94% are flower-bearing plants. Flowers are a symbol of beauty, tranquility, and love.

Flowers are the reproductive organs of plants. They attract insects towards themselves because of the presence of sweet nectar.

The pollen grains responsible for reproduction get stuck to the feet of the insects, and thus insects transfer pollen grains from one flower to another, resulting in reproduction.

Some flowers hold a special place spiritually and are used in festive occasions and religious ceremonies because of their purity.

The petals of some flowers like roses have been used in cooking and added to teas because of the multiple health benefits they offer. In Ayurveda, flowers hold a special place and are used for their natural healing properties.

Some flowers like hibiscus, lavender, and chamomile are high in vitamin C and antioxidants. So, flowers are a rich source of minerals too. They carry enormous symbolism and are even added to perfumes, essential oils, creams, lotions, and serums for perfect healthy skin.

Flowers like lilies, daisies, orchids, roses, etc., are the best gift for special occasions. A bouquet of flowers will make anyone’s day joyful.

Research has shown that flowers’ surroundings can relieve tension and anxiety and uplift the mood. Flowers are also known to purify the air and freshen up the room.

Flowers like lilies and gerberas help to remove toxins from the air. Decorating your interior with flowers can bring positive vibes to your house and thus attract peace, prosperity, and health along.

Here is a list of the top 10 most beautiful flowers in the world that can make your day beautiful:

10. Orchid

Orchid

Orchids symbolize love, luxury, beauty, and strength, and this beautiful flower consists of 5-6 petals with purple shade on the outer edges transitioning to white color towards the center. The fragrant flowers occur in different colors, including pink, green, Lavender, violet, blue and yellow.

The flower, despite its beauty, is also used for medicinal purposes; for example, China uses orchids in the form of tea. Orchids are also enriched with Vitamin C to strengthen the immune system and Vitamin A to keep the skin glowing.

Orchid juice is also quite common for treating ulcers and even aid problems related to digestion. Orchids are even used as a garnish on a variety of food and enhance the dining experience.

9. Lily

Lily

Lily is a symbol of purity and fertility, and the word Lily is derived from the Greek word ‘Leroin,’ which is believed to have grown from the milk of Goddess Hera.

Many flowers are known as lilies, for example, water lilies, calla lilies, and daylilies, but they are not included in the true lily family.

The gorgeous flower opens up into 4-5 petals and comes in various shapes, sizes, and colors. The flower roots or bulb can be used to treat stomach issues and even prevent fever. Also, the flower, when used in the form of an ointment, can prevent scar tissue.

The flower’s bulbs contain iron, calcium, Vitamin C, Vitamin B2, and Vitamin B1. They are considered the official 30th wedding anniversary flower.

8. Daffodil

Daffodil

Daffodil is a symbol of rebirth and hope. Having 6 petals, they are generally found in yellow and come in white, cream, pink, and orange.

The daffodil is the national flower of Wales, and they are considered the official 10th wedding anniversary flower.

Daffodils are one of the rare flowers that can grow in snow as well. It is believed that daffodils mark the beginning of spring and waking nature.

The bulb and leaf of the flower are used for medicinal purposes like the common cold, inflammation, wound healing, etc.

7. Lotus

Lotus

Lotus is a symbol of rebirth, enlightenment, purity, and self-regeneration; because of this, lotus is considered sacred. Lotus is a national flower of both Vietnam and India.

Surprisingly, this beautiful and aquatic flower grows in mud, and its seed can live for thousands of years with no water.

An interesting fact of the lotus is that it gets submerged in water every night and re-blooms crystal clean the next morning.

Apart from its impeccable beauty, the flower has also been used in traditional medicines. The flower is used in traditional Chinese medicine to stop diarrhea, and it also helps in lowering blood sugar.

6. Dahlia

Dahlia

The gorgeous flower symbolizes wealth and elegance, and they occur in different color shades of yellow, white, orange, pink, red, and purple, but not blue, though scientists have been trying to create the flower with blue blooms.

Dahlia belongs to the Aster family, which is the second-largest family of flowering plants after the orchid family. It is considered the official 14th wedding anniversary flower and is also the national flower of Mexico.

Dahlia can be used as a decoration on cakes, pastries, and tarts. Surprisingly, Dahlia was first declared as a vegetable by the Swedish 18th-century botanist Andres Dahl, after whom the flower was named.

Also, it was the favorite flower of Queen Victoria. Dahlia is used to treating skin problems such as rashes and cracks.

5. Chrysanthemum

Chrysanthemum

Chrysanthemum is a symbol of joy, optimism, longevity, and fidelity. It resembles slightly with daisy but with stouter petals and belongs to the Aster family. It comes in a rainbow of colors, mainly white and yellow, encircle a golden center.

Chrysanthemum comes from the Greek word meaning “gold flower,” and they are commonly known as “mums.” The flower is used to make tea and is known to cure severe cardiac and vascular disorders, and it is considered the official 13th wedding anniversary flower.

Enriched with Vitamin C, beta-carotene, magnesium, calcium, and potassium, the flower helps to keep the immune system strong. It is also used in Korean homeopathic remedies that help treat respiratory problems and hypertension.

4. Iris

Iris

Iris symbolizes trust, wisdom, royalty, and bravery and is one of the best-known spring flowers; and it is named after the Ancient Greek Goddess of Rainbow, Iris. They come in various colors- white, yellow, pink, purple, blue, lavender, brown, except for red.

The flower structure consists of 3 upward directed petals known as “standard” and 3 downward oriented petals known as “falls”.

Iris is used in essential oils and even in perfumes as a base note because of its pleasant fragrance. It is also used in Aromatherapy and is considered the official 25th wedding anniversary flower.

3. Lavender

Lavender

Lavender is a symbol of purity, devotion, grace, silence, and grace. Though it generally occurs in a purple shade, it comes in white, yellow, and pink.

The name Lavender comes from the Latin word “lavare,” meaning “to wash.” Lavender is more than just a fragrant and beautiful flower.

Lavender oil is one of the most popular essential oils which helps to keep skin healthy and supple. The flower shows antiseptic and antimicrobial properties, and it soothes wounds and pain and even treats insomnia and depression.

Drinking Lavender tea helps to keep the digestive system strong. Apart from this, Lavender’s aromatic properties make it an ideal component in bubble baths and candles.

2. Daisy

Daisy

Daisy symbolizes purity, patience, and innocence, and the name comes from the old English phrase “daes eage,” meaning “Day’s Eye.” They belong to the Aster family.

The Daisy flower is actually two flowers in one, and the outer petals and the yellow center part are composed of many tiny flowers.

Daisy is considered the official 5th wedding anniversary flower. They are generally found in pure white color, but they occur in yellow, orange, purple, red, and crimson. Surprisingly, they can withstand any climatic conditions, even high in the mountains.

Apart from its beauty, daisy is enriched with Vitamin C, can be added to salads and soups, and can relieve cough. In Ancient Rome, daisy juice was used for healing wounds, and the flower is known for its ability to ease back pain in homeopathy.

1. Cherry Blossom

Cherry Blossom

Cherry Blossom is a symbol of spring and good fortune, hope, new beginnings, and revival. It is the national flower of Japan and is known as “Sakura” over there. The flower is used in the form of traditional tea, “Sakurayu.”

The mild and versatile taste makes it edible and is used in a variety of sweets and salads. In addition, Cherry blossoms represent the friendship between the US and Japan. Because of its aroma, it is widely used in scented products like perfumes, candles, lotions, and soaps.

Upon its arrival, festivals are celebrated in its honor- the Cherry Blossom Festival. Apart from its beauty, Cherry Blossoms work like magic for skin as well. They are full of antioxidants and have anti-inflammatory properties, and they aid in hyperpigmentation and reduce wrinkles.

There are many different beautiful species of flowers in the world that have their grace, but these blooming beautiful and unique flowers stand out from the rest of them.

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