Flowers That Start With V

These are the different kinds of flowers with names and images that begin with the letter V. With an emphasis on common and easy-to-grow types.


Verbena is a plant genus in the family “Verbenaceae.”

Verbena flowers have several cultivars, but most Verbena species look similar with their small clusters of blooms found at the end of slender stems.

Verbena flowers are generally less than one centimeter in length and can be found in colors such as white, pink, purple, ye29 Beautiful Types of Yellow Flowersllow and blue.

Verbena. (Vervain).

Veronica Incana

Veronica incana. (Silver Speedwell).


Viburnum flowers are in the Viburnum genus that comprises of about 150 species of deciduous shrubs or small trees.

Viburnums can be found in forests, at edges, roadsides, and streams across North America, Europe and Asia.

Viburnum flowers are mostly white in color, sometimes pink.

Viburnum. (Adoxaceae Family).

Vinca Minor

Vinca Minor. (Periwinkle).

Viola x Wittrockiana

Viola x wittrockiana (or garden pansy) is a member of Violaceae family.

Viola x Wittrockiana has many variations of colors, including blue, lavender, white, yellow, pink, etc.

Some cultivars also have spots on the flowers.

Viola wittrockiana. (Pansy). Violaceae Family.

Viola Tri-colour

The Viola Tri-colour has green foliage and flowers of purple, white, yellow.

The mature size of this flower is approximately 6 inches tall and grows best with full sun exposure and moist soil conditions, but it will also do well in light shade exposure too.

Viola tri-colour.  Heartsease, Jack Jump Up.


Violet. (Violaceae Family).

Viper’s Bugloss

Viper’s bugloss belongs to the plant genus Echium in the family Boraginaceae.

Viper’s bugloss has spikes of striking blue flowers that give it its name. It is a hardy, long-lived plant that requires little care and thrives in poor conditions.

Viper’s bugloss (Echium vulgare)

Virginia Bluebells

A member of the borage family, Virginia Bluebells is a perennial wildflower that blossoms from early spring through summer.

Virginia Bluebells were Virginia’s state flower for four years in the 1920’s and 30’s, before being replaced by the dogwood as Virginia State Flower in 1940 or 1941.

Virginia bluebells (Mertensia virginica)

Virginia Sweetspire

Virginia Sweetspire is a beautiful Virginia native shrub that has sweetly scented flowers and adapts well to sun or shade locations.

It is a deciduous, broadleaf flowering plant that typically grows between 3-8 feet tall with an equal spread. It can grow taller in optimal conditions.

The Virginia Sweetspire usually blooms in June or July, depending on the specific cultivar of Virginia Sweetspire you own.

Virginia Sweetspire (Itea virginica)

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