Blue is the color of peace and tranquility. Also, it conveys love and affection. It is a cool color that soothes tired eyes and tensed nerves. If you want to gift a flower to a friend then choose the blue color. If you want to beautify your front garden, grow blue flowers.
Here’re the 15 most popular beautiful blue flowers plants of the world
Beautiful Blue Hydrangea Flowers
Blue hydrangea looks more beautiful than others because of its color variations that develop according to the alkalinity of the soil. It could be a rich blue color or a subtle shade of powder blue or sky blue. And for this reason, this flower can give more choice in blue shade. Depending on the depth of your feelings, you can choose the right blue shade.
It got its name from an ancient Greek word that means dolphin. It is a dolphin-shaped flower widely used for ornamental purposes. Its rich blue color makes it more attractive. Even butterflies and other pollinators get attracted to this flower. Commercial flower vendors use it in cut flowers and floristry. It has even received the Award of Garden Merit from the British Royal Horticultural Society.
Beautiful Blue Dandelion Flowers
This flower is believed to be originated some 30 million years ago in Eurasia and the ancient people used it as an herbal food. Also, there is a historical record of the flower being used by some earlier civilizations of Egypt, Greek, Roman, and China for its medicinal benefits. Also, ancient cultures and folklores talk about this beautiful flower.
A native to Eurasia, these urn-shaped flowers resemble a bunch of grapes. And the sight of these small bulbs is simply breathtaking. While they are mostly found in woodlands and meadows, they are a common sight in lawns, borders, rock gardens, and even small containers. People love these flowers because of their shape and color variations ranging from pale blue to dark blue.
A popular flower among gardeners, this variety is widely used for covering walls and lawns. It can scale up walls, fences, and other structures. Also, this flowering plant can go through shrubs, trees, and other plants. Experienced gardeners can even train the flowers to cover specific areas like lawns and patios. And it is possible to grow this plant round the year.
Native to North America, the flower was first found in 1788. It was named Amsonia in the honor of a renowned American physician John Amson. And the members of this group are called bluestars due to the rich blue color they have. They blossom in clusters and look fabulous on lush green bushes and leaves.
Beautiful Blue Bell Flowers
As the name suggests these are bell-shaped flowers but they have one more distinction. The leaves of this plant alternate and they often vary in shape even on a single plant. … Read more