‘Strawberry Custard’ Lily, Sangria’ Hibiscus, Campfire’ Rose…these flowers are loved and chosen a lot in decoration because they bring romantic and gentle beauty to the living space. In addition to the interesting decorative features, they also attract many people with their own names. And in the post today, we will share 15 Beautiful Flowers Named After Food.
They are so beautiful, right? In addition, they are easy to grow and take care of without requiring any effort or hard conditions. Even if you lack space, you can grow some in containers, or pots, they still grow well and give beautiful flowers! So let’s consider their appearance in your garden. After reading the article, we believe that you will grow some to liven up your outdoor living space.
#1 ‘Strawberry Custard’ Lily
This flower is a dwarf Asiatic lily that displays soft, cream petals edged in pink. It needs full sun to partial shade for its happy growth. Its blooming time lasts from late spring to early summer.
#2 Sangria’ Hibiscus
The deep red hibiscus livens up the party in your garden. It prefers to grow in full sun with light shade. In addition, give it enough water for the best flowering.
#3 Lemon Chiffon’ Peony
The flower shows off creamy yellow peony with semi-double to double blooms that float above sturdy, dark green foliage.
#4 Dahlia ‘Karma Sangria’
The Dahlia ‘Karma Sangria’ bears cheery pink and yellow dahlia exploding with color in midsummer through fall. Its spider-like blooms look like summer fireworks when planted in mass.
#5 Peppermint Swirl’ Hydrangea
The hydrangea type showcases an upright, mounded habit and spectacular peppermint candy variegation with pink and red-purple flowers.
#6 Apricot Parrot’ Tulip
The Tulip variety brings beautiful pink and yellow-orange flowers that look like they were plucked straight from the tree.
#7 ‘Raspberry Splash’ Lungwort (Pulmonaria ‘Raspberry Splash’)
This flower puts off stunning flowers that change colors from bud to faded bloom. The Silver-flecked leaves look good all season.
#8 Oso Easy ‘Lemon Zest’
Oso Easy ‘Lemon Zest’ is an easy-to-grow, deciduous shrub. It shows off glossy green foliage and a mounding habit. It favors growing in full sun.
#9 Dahlia ‘Karma Choc’
Dahlia ‘Karma Choc’ brings rich, velvety red petals on deep green foliage. The flowers emit a smell like chocolate.
#10 Wine & Roses’ Weigela (Weigela florida ‘Alexandra’)
The plant shoots up rose flowers sparkling against dark leaves. Its flowers attract hummingbirds and other pollinators.
#11 Cafe Noir’ Tulip
Cafe Noir’ Tulip display deep burgundy flowers that bloom in spring. Growing it will brighten up all space to combine with green colors in the garden.
#12 Royal Frosting’ Daylily
The flower offers pure white, frilled petals with soft yellow centers. Its flowers bring elegant beauty to your garden and also are great cut flowers for the home.
#13 Candy Stripe’ Phlox
Candy Stripe’ Phlox features lovely pink-and-white-striped creeping flowers that make it a great year-round groundcover. The flower grows well in planting zones from 3-9.
#14 Sweet ‘N Salsa’ Hydrangea
Sweet ‘N Salsa’ Hydrangea is a pretty cultivar that brings unique bronze-red foliage blooms from late spring into late summer. It does well in planting zones from 5-9.
#15 Campfire’ Rose
Campfire’ Rose shows off semi-double flowers with distinctive red and yellow petals., hence the name.