5 Of The Most Adorable Flowers That Start With B

To be Adored

In a preceding article, we looked into six beautiful flowers. This time, let’s see five adorable flowers that can take your breath away. What’s more, these enchanting blooms will be a great addition to your indoor and outdoor gardens! As they say, variety is the spice of life. Hence, you could spice up your flora with these adorable flowers that start with B.

And since we talked about taking your breath away, it’s only appropriate to start with Baby’s Breath.


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5 Adorable Flowers that Start with B


1. Baby’s Breath

  • Botanical name: Gypsophila paniculata
  • Plant Type: Perennial
  • Bloom time: Summer

Although often used as a backdrop to bigger and more colorful flowers, baby’s breath is beautiful enough to be displayed on its own. As you let its delicate flowers form a light and airy cloud in your garden, baby’s breath become even more adorable as they blossom in numbers.

White baby’s breath may be the most common but varieties in violet and pink are also available. These fragile flowers are a favorite for weddings and baby showers which are why they’ve are often connected with undying love, purity, and new beginnings.


2. Bachelor’s Button

  • Botanical name: Centaurea cyanus
  • Plant Type: Annual
  • Bloom time: Summer

Otherwise known as the Cornflower, the Bachelor’s Button blooms with intense and eye-catching colors. With its striking blossoms like stars of shimmering blue, the Bachelor’s Button add life and vitality anywhere. Furthermore, they are available in colors of bright blue, pure white, pastel pink, sweet lavender, and much more in between.

Due to its great colors, Bachelor Button flowers symbolize youthful energy, confidence, and charm – qualities that many often associate with the dashing bachelor.

  • Botanical name: Strelitzia
  • Plant Type: Perennial
  • Bloom time: year-round

The strelitzia, particularly the Strelitzia reginae is arguably one of the most beautiful exotic flowers one can ever set eyes on. Resembling a bird in flight, this stunning perennial is more commonly known as the crane flower, or more appropriately, a bird of paradise. Its colors are so elegant that it may even rival the feathers of the actual bird that share’s its name.

As its name would suggest, Bird of Paradise flowers signify magnificence, freedom, and majesty. Make your garden fit for royalty with this unforgettable flower.

  • Botanical name: Lamprocapnos spectabilis
  • Plant Type: Perennial
  • Bloom time: Spring

If the rose is the classic symbol of romance, then the bleeding heart flower is a very close contender and catching up very quickly. Just one look at this unique beauty, and you’ll understand how it has entranced people, so much so that it has inspired folklore and legends.

Bleeding heart flowers are almost exclusively a symbol of love and devotion, perfect for anniversaries or special occasions with your special someone.

On the other hand, bleeding heart flowers can also signify unrequited or lost love. This one of a kind bloom is truly for the romantic.


5. Begonia

  • Botanical name: Begonia tuberhybrida
  • Plant Type: Perennial and Annual varieties
  • Bloom time: Summer to Fall

The Begonia, particularly the flower of the tuberous begonia or begonia tuberhybrida bloom in spectacular fashion. The plant’s large ruffled blooms in shades of tropical yellow, lovely pink, intense red, joyous orange, and pure white are sure to catch attention.

As its name may imply, Begonias symbolize the importance of being wary of danger as well as building strong friendships through good counsel and sound advice.

On a side note, you could also have the begonia flower as a tasty snack in what would be a very colorful salad. Notably, you could also use the flowers as a treatment for sore throats, small cuts, and even for controlling blood sugar!


Hoang Quang

Hello! I’m Quang Hoang and Grow Gardener is my little nook for all the adventures, and occasional misadventures, on my journey in gardening! As I continue to awaken life in little seeds and struggle to keep flora alive, I’ll be here sharing with all of you what I’ve learned! Join me in my little garden, and let’s grow together.

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