Here are the different types of flowers with names and images with an emphasis on common and easy to grow kinds that begin with the letter T.
Tall Bearded Iris
The most commonly found garden Iris is the bearded German Iris (I. germanica) and its numerous cultivars. Tall Bearded Iris begins blooming in early May in most parts of the US and continue through mid-June, depending on the weather.
Another name for the marigold flower.
Also called Tatarinow’s aster.
Texas Mountain Laurel
Other names for this plant are Texas mescalbean, frijolito, and frijolillo.
Texas Nipple Cactus
This species of cactus is native to Texas.
Thunbergia alata, commonly called black-eyed Susan vine, is a herbaceous perennial climbing plant species.
This plant produces an abundance of fluffy, dazzling golden-yellow, pom-pom like flowers.
Common names include jockey’s cap lily, Mexican shellflower, peacock flower (said to resemble the colors of a peacock), tiger iris, and tiger flower.
Its showy orange-and-black flowers make it an attractive ornamental plant.
Other names include as the tree marigold, Mexican tournesol, Mexican sunflower, Japanese sunflower or Nitobe chrysanthemum.
These flowers are usually white with heavy reddish-purple spotting. Unsure if the name was inspired by a species of toad in particular.
The flowers are very attractive to hummingbirds (its also known as the hummingbird vine or cow itch vine), and many types of birds like to nest in the dense foliage. It also attracts bees and butterflies.
The flowers are usually large, showy and brightly colored, generally red, pink, yellow, or white.
You can order flowers for delivery and get any of the above flowers for your home or garden.