Know about the most Beautiful Flowers in India

Nature surprises us with natural wonders. For example, some flowers can leave anybody speechless with their beauty. Every flower is beautiful and eye-catching on its own. Flowers are a precious and vital part of life. 

Here’s a list of some of the most elegant and precious flowers:

1. Rose

Rose is also called the queen of flowers. There are many varieties of roses like a white rose, pink rose, and cream rose etc. It is the flowering plant of the genus Rosa. It belongs to the family Rosaceae. Nearly three hundred species of roses are there. It is the most recognisable and famous flower all over the world. Usually, It is gifted to the ones you love; to express the love through its bright colour red. The red colour is a sign of love and heart. Rose petals are often used as decoration material. 

Roses can be used in making perfumes and face packs too. This is because it has a very spicy and sweet fragrance.

2. Lily

Lilly is one of the most beautiful flowers and the genus of herbaceous flowering plants that grow from bulbs. It belongs to the family Liliaceae. 

It is associated with love, purity and devotion. Lilly has larger petals and can be found in white, yellow, orange, red, purple, or pink. It is also commonly associated with funeral services in foreign countries because it symbolizes the innocence that has been restored to the departed soul.

3. Jasmine

Jasmine is white, yellow and purple. Sometimes it can be slightly reddish. Jasmine is born in cymose clusters with a minimum of three flowers. It can also be solitary on the ends of branches. Each flower has about five to nine petals, two locules, and two to four ovules. Jasmine has two stamens with very short filaments. The bracts are linear. The calyx is shaped like a bell. Jasmine’s are usually very fragrant. Its fruits are berries that turn black when ripe. Jasmine extracts can be found in the face washes and powders. Jasmine has a lovely fragrance.

4. Lotus 

Lotus is an aquatic flower that is called the national flower of India. Sometimes it is mistaken for the water-lily. However, it has a different structure. It also only comes in pink or white petals, whereas the lily comes in many different colours. Lotus’s roots are implanted in the soil of a river or pond, and the leaves float on the surface. It can control the temperature of itself just like humans and animals. The roots of lotus are also consumed as a vegetable in India. Lotus is indeed a lovely flower.

5. Sunflower

Sunflowers are tall and perennial flowers. It is big, thick and yellow. Sunflower plants tilt during the day to face the sun to gain more sunlight for photosynthesis before blooming. This process continues for a short time. When the plant blooms, young sunflower heads track the sun. This happens to attract pollinators because many are more attracted to warm flowers. When they mature and tough, they generally stop moving to remain facing east, which lets them stay warmed by the rising sun. Sunflower is used to make perfumes and oils. Sunflower seeds are also very beneficial for the human body.