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 plant Quaker ladies (Pilea serpyllacea) is the common name of an evergreen perennial flowering plant.
Quaker ladies grow in moist shady places in wooded stream banks, in open fields, and in wet soils with poor drainage.
The Quaker lady has small flowers clustered at stem tips that bloom through spring into early summer when the weather warms up widely.
Quaker ladies reproduce by seeds widely distributed by fall rains or by fragments of roots carried away from mother plants,
Queen Anne’s Lace
Queen Anne’s lace is a species of flowering plant, known as the wild carrot.
Some Queen Anne’s Lace images show intricate flower heads in which the outer flowers have reflexed bracts and produce flat and round, globular seeds.
Queen Anne’s lace is native to Europe; it has been introduced to North America and other parts of the world, where it can be found growing in many types of moist habitats such as roadsides, fields, and woodlands.
This perennial has fern-like leaves and tall stems that contain a flattened cluster of tiny white blooms with a single dark floret off to the side.
From spring through fall, you may find these biennials in bloom
The Queen’s Cup plant (Clintonia uniflora) is a perennial that belongs to the family Liliaceae. Queen’s Cup can be found in subalpine and subarctic regions of North America, Europe, and Asia.
Queen of the Meadow
Queen of the meadow (Meadowseet),
is a perennial plant, which belongs to the Rosaceae family. It grows in damp sites across Europe and North America.
Meadowsweet can grow up to 1 meter tall with an average of 40 centimetres.
Meadowsweet has umbrella-shaped flower clusters (up to 30 cm across).
With around 150 small flowers it makes very good honey which has strong analgesic properties
The name Meadowsweet comes from the Old English meodu meaning “meadow” and swete meaning “sweet, pleasant or delicious.”
Quesnelia is a genus of the botanical family Bromeliaceae, a genus of bromeliads that grows in trees or shrubs and has rosettes forming at the end of the branches, typically in more open areas with some sunlight.
However, they are also be found growing along rivers and streams in rainforests where there is plenty of humidity that also receives subtle sunlight throughout the day.
The Quince flower, scientifically known as ‘Chaenomeles spp.’, belongs to the family Rosaceae.
Quince flowers are long-lasting (2-3 months) and hence often used for making garlands/chandnais.
Quinces are sweet but astringent fruits which resemble Apples and can be eaten raw or cooked or made into jams and jellies.
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