Flowers That Start With N

Here are the different kinds of flowers with names that begin with the letter N. With an emphasis on common and easy to grow varieties.

Narcissus

Several white flowers bloom at the top of each stem of the narcissus (paperwhites) and are strongly scented.

Narcissus. (Paper Whites).

Nasturtiums

Tropaeolum, commonly known as nasturtium or nasturtian have flowers and leaves that are edible and have a peppery taste, similar to that of watercress.

Nasturtiums. (Tropaeolum).

Nemesia

Nemesia. (Plantaginaceae Family).

Nemophila

Nemophila. (Baby Blue Eyes).

Nepeta

Nepeta. (Catmint).

Nerine

These plants are associated with rocky and arid terrain. They produce globular umbels of lily-like flowers in shades from white through pink to crimson

Nerine.  (Amaryllis Family).

Nettle-leaved Bellflower

New Guinea Impatiens

Hybrids, typically derived from “Busy Lizzie” (the well-known I. walleriana) and te New Guinea Impatiens (I. hawkeri), have commercial importance as garden plants.

New guinea impatiens (Impatiens Hawker)

New York Ironweed

Nicotiana

It is the most widely grown commercial non-food plant in the world.

Nicotiana. (Tobacco Plant).

Nierembergia

Nierembergia, common name cupflower is named after the Spanish Jesuit and mystic Juan Eusebio Nieremberg.

New York ironweed (Vernonia noveboracensis)

Nigella

Nigella. (Love in the Mist).

Nodding Wakerobin

Trillium flexipes, the nodding wakerobin, bent trillium, or drooping trillium, is a spring-flowering perennial that is most common in the midwestern United States

Nodding wakerobin (Trillium flexipes)

Nolana

Nolana. (Chilean Bell Flower). Nightshade Family.
Nolana rostrata from near Vallenar.

Nymphea

Nymphea. (Water Lily).

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