5 Most beautiful flowers in the world

April 6, 2017
“If we could see the miracle of a single flower clearly our whole life would change.”

Flowers as a concept, since time immemorial, have been held synonymous with perfection, mirth, and ideal beauty. A bunch of pretty and colorful flowers, held together with a complemental ribbon, is always a beautiful gift that is presented from time to time to people on different occasions. Flowers are most utilized to uplift the appearance of the interiors of a house, a wedding hall, a 21st-century mammoth mall, and whatnot. There is no doubt about the attractiveness that lays inherently in the sight of a collection of flowers. Flowers can cheer up instantly.

As a result, several countries over the years have designated a particular flower as its ‘National Flower’. But, whether national or not, each country has a range of wonderful flowers growing endemically. Here is a list of some of the most beautiful flowers from around the world that are breathtaking to our senses. And next time you holiday in any of these places, do see the flowers in the flesh for a rather physical experience.

1. The Golden Wattle or Acacia Pycnantha

Acacia Pycnantha

Found abundantly in Australia, the Golden Wattle, its national flower, is a sickle-shaped environmental weed. The flowers blooming and occurring in clusters appear late winter. The flower is of great utility too. On account of its fragrance, it is used in making perfumes. Its timber on the other hand is used as fuelwood.

2. Calla Lily

Calla Lily

The Calla Lily is the national flower of Ethiopia and is also known as the Arum Lily. Taking up the shape of a large petal, the flower is predominantly found in the color white. In Ethiopia, the white-colored Calla lily is considered as the ‘Sign of Peace. The flower is used widely in weddings.

3. Red Poppy or Corn Poppy

Red Poppy

Poland is the country, where this beautiful flower, Red Poppy grows in abundance. Also known as Corn Poppy, the national flower of Poland is an agricultural weed and hence the alias ‘Corn’. The petals containing an impressive red dye are principally used consistently by the wineries. After the extraction, the petals, gone dried, are used in potpourris to adorn the interiors of houses.

4. Lily-of-the-Valley

lily of the valley

With the scientific name Convallaria Majalis, the Lily-of-the-Valley grows on a large scale in Yugoslavia. This white-colored national flower of Yugoslavia grows in a bundle, which from afar looks extremely beautiful. These bell-shaped flowers release a sweet fragrance but remember, the Lily-of-the-Valley is a woodland flowering plant that is notoriously poisonous.

5. Cyclamen

Cyclamen