Here are 24 of the most beautiful white flowers:
The flowers of the Andromeda plant are white and bloom in early spring. The plant is poisonous if consumed by people or animals.
They are a hardy evergreen plant, that blossom pink bell-shaped flowers in condense clusters.
Annabelle Smooth Hydrangea blossoms elegant white flowers up to, and over, 10″ in diameter.
Compared to the more popular blue or pink hydrangeas (macrophyllas), Annabelles will bloom every year and will continue to do so even after intense pruning or very cold winters.
Common lilac bushes (Syringa vulgaris) are small shrubs that blossom during the late spring.
Common lilacs boast fragrant flowers, that can be either singular or double in shape.
You will find these flowers in a diverse range of colors, such as white, cream, magenta, rose, pinkish-purple, lavender, and purple.
Daisies produce flowers of around 15-30 petals, surrounding a golden center.
Dwarf deutzia is a flowering shrub that stands upright.
This shrub is ideal for the garden, although does require care and maintenance and you should keep it out of high-wind areas.
Korean Spice Viburnum
Korean spice viburnum’s is known for its delicate fragrant white flowers that fully-cover the entire shrub during the spring season.
Snows of Kilimanjaro
Snows of Kilimanjaro goes by several names.
It is also known as Euphorbia leucocephala among several others – the most notable being little Christmas flower, snow bush, snowflake, white lace euphorbia, and white Christmas bush.
It is native to Mexico and Mesoamerica.
Spirea, including Korea and birch leaf, both bloom white flowers.
This is unlike most of the summer-blooming spireas which instead blossom pink flowers.
Sweet Mock Orange
Mock orange (Philadelphus coronarius) is a flowering shrub that boasts white citrus-scented blossoms. As such, they commonly attract butterflies.
White Azalea is a shrub that produces stunning white flowers year-round.
They are also heat resistant, even during the warmest months and hottest summer days where they still continue to blossom.
White Calla Lily Flowers
White Carnation Flowers
White Hibiscus Flowers
There are many different types of hibiscus, each with different colors, but white hibiscus flowers are highly prized.
White Jasmine Flower
White Lilly Flowers
White Orchid Flowers
White roses are often associated with innocence, youthfulness, and often purity.
This is why they are sometimes referred to as bridal roses due to their links with love and loyalty.
Equally, white roses can also symbolize new beginnings and everlasting love.
White Tulip Flowers
White Vinca Flowers
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