Flowers That Start With Q

Here’s a list of flower names that begin with the letter Q. With an emphasis on common and easy to grow varieties:

Quaker Ladies

Quaker Ladies (Houstonia caerulea) is a perennial species in the Rubiaceae family. It is native to eastern Canada and the eastern United States.

Quaker Ladies. (Houstonia).

Queen Anne’s Lace

In the late 1980s, scientists began studying Queen Anne’s Lace and found that (in mice at least) it blocked the production of progesterone and inhibited fetal and ovarian growth. They produce beautiful clusters of white flowers.

Queen Anne's Lace. (Wild Carrot).

Queen’s Cup

The Queen’s Cup plant produces a single pure-white, star-like flower with six sepals.

Queen's Cup. (Clintonia).

Queen of the Meadow

It is also known as the meadowsweet or mead wort as well as the pride of the meadowmeadow-wortmeadow queenlady of the meadowdollofmeadsweet, and bridewort. It’s one of the many flowers that attract bees.

Queen of the Meadow. (Filipendula).


These plants form stiff, upright rosettes with solid green leaves. The flowers are cone-shaped and bloom primarily in winter.


The flowering quince is a thorny, multi-stemmed deciduous shrub that has a somewhat messy growth habit but beautiful red, orange, white, or pink flowers, and shiny, dark green foliage.

flowering quince

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