Flowers That Start With Z

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


The Zenobia or Queen Zenobia flower is an ornamental plant that has a low-maintenance, high yield, and is drought tolerant.

This species of flowers are native to southwest Asia but they do grow in other regions including the United States.

Zenobia flowers are popular with gardeners because they prefer a subtropical climate, but they can be grown indoors with proper care.

The Zenobia flowers bloom during springtime and summer seasons with bright purplish-pink color petals, looking like mini peonies when fully open.

Zenobia. (Honeycup).


Zephyranthes flowers can be found in Mexico, Central America and Columbia.

They are considered to be one of the easiest species of Amaryllis to cultivate (Amaryllidaceae).

They are often grown as houseplants but they can even survive outside during warmer months if temperatures do not drop below 40 degrees Fahrenheit.

Zephyrantheres flower indoors or outdoors between August and October.

Zephyranthes. (Rain Lily).

Zinnia Elegans

Zinnia elegans is a Zinnia species of flowering plant. The flower has purplish-pink to near-white petals, sometimes with a red or yellow blotch at the base of each petal.

Zinnia Elegans flower stems are 20 to 60 cm tall, and are surrounded by narrow leaves that are usually around 4–8 cm long and 1–2 cm broad.

Zinnias prefer full sun and a well-drained soil mix.

They will tolerate poor soils as some wild types grow in rocky habitats.

Zinnia elegans. (Aster Family).


The Zantedeschia flower, commonly referred to as the Calla lily, is a beautiful flower in the family Araceae.

Zantedeschia flowers are made up of three inner ovate or triangular-shaped segments and three outer petal-like segments which form a funnel around a central cone.

The Zantedeschia has a very distinctive odor which some find unpleasant while others find it pleasant enough to smell regularly.




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