There is an irresistible charm and serenity embedded in the flowers as they come to add the element of attraction and captivity in your homes, offices or any other location where you might prefer to use them. The people who admire these flowers are mostly of introspective natures. If you have a great love for them, then it is always logical to never allow yourself to be unduly influenced by the views of other people. Whether you grow, utilize or write about the flowers, you should never feel stiff or silted. Flowers are indeed the most affectionate and delightful companions you will ever have, especially in the times of loneliness. Some of the classes and species of flowers are limited to specific areas, while others are distributed all over the globe. The areas in which these flowers are predominantly found place a great of cultural and nationalistic importance in these flowers. Not to forget the new classes of flowers which are being prepared from the principles of genetic engineering and cross breeding of flowers, as all these strategies have given us a chance to see some of the most perfect, impeccable and unassuming flowers ever. For those who have developed a great deal of interest in reading about these flowers, should always try to read about the stocks and books, as all these forms of individualistic inquiries will help in developing more associative love with these gifts of nature. So, without any further ado, let us now take a look at the top 10 most beautiful flowers in the world.
10. Cherry Blossom
At number 10 we have the most vibrant flower belonging to the “Genus Prunus”. It can be said about these flowers that they are among the most geographically diverse flowers in the world found in countries like Japan, New Zealand, Germany, Brazil, United States of America and many others. In terms of naturalistic symbolism, these specific flowers are known to reflect the blossoms and blooms of the clouds. Many of you may have also heard about their metaphoric uses, especially by those people who are engaged in intimate relationships. The country for which they hold a great deal of importance is Japan. In times of the World War II, the Cherry Blossom was used as a dynamic symbol in order to evoke patriotism and courage in the minds of the Japanese people and soldiers.
9. Lily of the Valley
At number 9 we have a vivacious and enthralling flower known by the name of Lily of the Valley. What makes this flower so unique is its name along with the species to which it belongs. Most of the species of this flower’s family are to be found in some areas of the continent of Asia, Europe and United States. It is also believed that the petals of this flower are highly fragrant and scented. At the same time, there are many religions that place a great deal of importance to this flower, especially the Christians. Based on the various legends and stories of the Christian cultures, this flower is also known by the name of “Mary’s Tears”. The reason behind the naming of this flower for the Christians is that it emerged from the tears of the Pure and Virgin lady herself, Mary, the mother of Christ. Not to forget the other flowers which belong to same family are also very vibrant and impinging.
At number 8 we have the flower which is known all around the world by various names. This flower belongs to the genus which has more than 150 species. Found in the native regions of Africa and America, this flower is marked by its delicious looks for which it is known by the name of Hams n Eggs and many other similar names. Not to forget that some of the family members of the same species are quite dangerous and noxious. So, whenever you feel a desire to touch these flowers, then always cover your face and hands before touching some species of this plant. It is better to read as much as you can about the various classes belonging to the same genus.
Known by the names of “mums” and “chrysanths” and having more than 30 species, at number 7 we have the Chrysanthemums flower. Native to the areas of North Eastern Europe and Asia, this flower is marked by some of the most attractive features and structures. In addition, it is also being used widely for ornamental, medical, environmental, designing, culinary and various other uses. This flower like many others also has a great deal of cultural and nationalistic importance primarily because of its highly exotic looks. In addition to be found in Asia, it is also found in some areas of Germany, China and Japan. In most of the areas of Europe it is used in order to express “death” which is the major reason behind their vast usage in funerals.
6. Bird of Paradise Flower
Belonging to the family Paradisaeidae, at number 6 we have the flower named as Bird of Paradise. The majority of the members and species of the genus have been reported to be found in the areas of New Guinea and nearby satellites. The fact that they look more like a rare bird can be better understood by having an idea about the breeding systems of this flower. The prime reason behind the naming of this flower is the fact it resembles the bird which is known by the same name “Bird of Paradise”. In the various regions of South Africa it is also known by the name of Crane Flower.
5. Calla Lily
Belonging to the family Araceae, at number 5 we have the captivating flower, Calla Lily. These flowers are believed to remain evergreen and in full bloom in times of abundant water supplies. So, if you are planning to keep this flower at home, then you must always make sure that you give the maximum amount of water. Found in specific regions of Lesotho and South Africa, Calla Lily is known for its various cultivation and perfumery usages. But in the manufacturing of the smells which make use of calla lily, the perfumery specialists mix it with a number of chemicals. Calla Lilt flower is also known to have a great deal of importance for the Irish cultures.
4. Bleeding Heart
At number 4 spot we have the bleeding heart flower which is known to be found in highly temperate climatic regions. In addition, it is also used in making of vases in combinations with various flowers. Believed to be originally found in Japan, it has been reported to be moved to England in the year 1940’s. As these flowers are among the most sensitive of them, so a great deal of care is required to grow them in the homes, offices or any other place. Here arises a question, why is the flower named “bleeding heart”? The answer is corroborated in the picture of this flower which is attached below. In simple words, it has named this way because of its resemblance with the human heart.
3. Blue Bells
At number 3 we have the flower about which we used to hear in Kindergarten classes. The intensifying and stimulating effect this flower creates on the senses is indeed unparalleled. But it is recommended that never try to dig out these flowers, as there are a number of strict laws in the United Kingdom which restrict the picking and digging of these flowers. In fact in most of the areas the act of removing the bulbs of this flower is considered to be an act of criminal offense. The other family members of this flower have been reported to be found in the Mediterranean Basin and in certain regions of Africa. In terms of ecological distribution it is mostly found in Belgium, France, Spain, Netherlands, and many other regions. For those who want to add the element of completion and placidity to their gardens, the blue bells are among the top recommendations.
This flower is indeed the most universal of all the flowers which are found almost anywhere in the world. Belonging to the genus Rosa, at number we have the rose flower. Known as the symbol of live and care, Rose flower has more than 100 family members and species. These flowers are mostly found in regions of Europe, Northwest Africa and many other regions of the world. These flowers also vary in terms of sizes and structure. In addition, to the usage in perfume making, they are also used for various ornamental, culinary and medical purposes. After mixing with a number of minerals and materials, these remarkable flowers are also used in making of Jams and certain vitamins. So, due to their universality and ease of availability these flowers are highly recommended for your gardens and homes.
Being a family member of the Genus of Orchids, at number 1 we have the most vivacious and arrantly pure flower ever. Being native to the areas of Philippines, New Guinea and New Zealand, this flower is highly adaptive to various wildlife habitats. The best season to plant this flower is during the summer seasons in which it grows at a very rapid pace. But in times of winter, it goes into a resting mechanism which remains till the start of spring. Not to forget that the genus contains more than 1500 species. Whether you have a love for the flowers or not, you will be compelled to stare this flower for hours whenever you look it.