10 Beautiful Blue Flowers

Blue Flowers: There are many kinds of flowers that are naturally blue. Blue is a beautiful color and a favorite for many people. Add the shimmering hue of these blue flowers (both light and dark) to brighten up your landscape or balance out warm-toned plantings. From teal and turquoise flowers to navy blossoms and everything else in between. Here is a list of beautiful natural flowers with blue colors:

Delphinium

Delphinium - Blue Flowers

Delphinium are popular blue wildflowers that grow on tall slender stalks, so be sure that you plant these flowers in bunches or with something to lean up against for added support.

Love-in-a-Mist

Love-in-a-Mist Flower

Love-in-a-Mist is an enchanting annual flower that blooms in the spring. The blue petals of this flower are surrounded by what appears to be thorns as if guarded.

Aster

Blue Aster Flowers

There are many types of Aster flowers. These blue aster flowers are popular choices for autumn and winter garden arrangements, hence their nickname, Frost Flower.

Looking for a different shade of Aster? Check out our list of:

Himalayan Blue Poppy

Himalayan Blue Poppy

Usually, there is a tendency to think of red flowers when talking about poppy flowers. However, there are yellow, white, and blue poppy flowers as well. The blue variety of flowers are difficult to grow and only thrive in New England, Alaska, and parts of the Pacific Northwest.

Lily of the Nile

Lily of the Nile

Lily of the Nile is a spectacular perennial flower that blooms from spring to summer, producing beautiful floral scapes.

Hydrangea

Hydrangea

Hydrangea flowers produce large clusters of gorgeous white, pink or blue flowers. These flowers change color based on the pH level of their soil. To keep the petals blue, aim for a pH of about 5.2 to 5.5 (easier done when planted in a pot).

Columbine

Columbine

Columbine flowers are easy to grow and bloom a variety of different colored petals. These flowers are favorites of hummingbirds so you might see a few around if they are native to your area.

Globe Thistle

Globe Thistle

Globe Thistle flowers attract bees and many different types of butterflies So, if you’re all for pollination and honey, plant a few and watch our little insect friends buzz around the garden.

Bellflower

Bellflower

The bell-shaped ‘Bellflower‘ grow in both white and blue-purple varieties, but white being the rarest.

Forget Me Not

Forget Me Not

Forget Me Not are charming, five-petaled wildflowers that are easy to grow and care for.