365 Days Flowering Plants

365 Days Flowering Plants
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We can fill our garden with flowers if we know 365 Days flowering plants in India. Nature has given us lots of colours and fragrances in the form of flowers. Flowers do not just add beauty to our garden they provide peace of mind and satisfaction to the gardeners. We can see thousands of varieties of flowers in nature but there are different seasons and times when they flower. As a gardener, we can not keep our garden without flowers so we can grow plants which flower round the year.

There are lots of plants with multiple varieties that can flower throughout the year. If not the same variety, there will be a different variety which will be flowering in different months of the year.

Flowing mainly depends on many factors such as temperature, sunlight, daytime duration, nighttime duration water availability, moisture level, nutrient availability and largely on genetic factors. Out of this, some factors can be controlled and flowering can be induced as well in the plants. This is what happens in multiple parts of the world when the flower demand is high in the market.

Let us have a look at the list of plants which flowers 365 days a year or they have multiple varieties that flower in all seasons of the year.

1. Hibiscus Rosa-Sinensis

365 Days Flowering Plants

Hibiscus, also locally known as China rose is one of the popular 365 days flowering plants in India. The plant is native to India and Malaysia and has many species including shrubs, herbs, and trees. Similarly, Hibiscus flowers come in different colours. But the most preferred are the red, yellow, and pink.

2. Crape Jasmine-Carnation of India

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Known as Chandini, Tagar, Nandi, etc. and botanically Tabernaemontana divaricata blooms around the year, especially in the summer and spring. The plant is native to South Asia and is an evergreen small tree or shrub. The lovely white Crape Jasmine flowers are commonly used in Puja across pan-Indian households.

3. Bougainvillea-the Paper Flower

365 Days Flowering Plants

The local vernacular names of Bougainvillea are Buganbell, Baganbilas, Kagithala puvvu, etc. The flower is popularly known as the Paper Flower due to its papery bracts. This flower originally with few colours is native to South America but has reached across the world with many colours. The flower blooms every day around the year.

4. Lantana Camara

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Popularly called Raimunia, Tantani, Unnichedi, etc. is one of the most seen all season flowering plant in India. The colour of Lantana camara flower varies from red to pink, orange, yellow, white, and many other colours. The flower also has multiple combinations and changes its colour as they grow in age. 

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5. Adenium Obesum-the Desert Rose

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This flower is also known as Sabi star, Impala lily, Kudu lily, etc., and is mostly found in Sub-Saharan Africa. This is a small tree or shrub with red and white flowers. The plant can grow up to 9 feet with a width of three to five feet.

Read more about Adenium/Desert Rose

6. Coneflower – Echinacea

Coneflower

This unique flower has as many as 10 species and comes primarily in purple, yellow, pink, orange, red, green, and multicolours. The coneflower though regarded as an ornamental plant is more known as a medicinal plant. The blue coneflower is the symbol of bread for the Estonians and is the national flower of Estonia. 

7. Sadabahar – Catharanthus roseus

Sadabahar

The Sadabahar also called Nitya Pushpa, Sadapushp, Nitya Kalyani, Billaganneru, etc. is one of the all-season flowers in India. Sadabahar is native to India and is an ever-green herb or shrub. This plant can grow in any given conditions like heat, rain, cold, etc., and pink and white flowers.

8. Marigold – Tagetes

365 Days Flowering Plants

Marigold or known as Gendaa, Gendu, Gamda, etc. is perhaps the most common and popular round-the-year flower in India. Marigold is not only loved for its beauty and fragrance but it has amazing power to repel insects and pests. Besides this, Marigold attracts beneficial insects like bees, ladybugs, hoverflies, etc. that protect other plants.

9. Spider Lily-Crinum asiaticum

Spider Lilly

Commonly known as Shukadarshana, Badakanvar, Nagdowan, Visamoolam, etc. the Spider Lily is a perennial shrub. Spider Lily is a white flower that blooms in all seasons, especially from April to August. This flower as well as the plant have great medicinal significance in Ayurveda.

10. Amaryllis Lily

Amaryllis 365 Days Flowering Plants

Amaryllis Lily is native to South Africa but grows across the world including the Indian subcontinent. The flower is popular because it can easily grow and bloom indoors. Amaryllis Lily primarily comes in red and white but there are also other colours.

11. Peace Lily-Spathiphyllum

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The peace lily flowers are popular 365 days flowering plants in pots and the first choice of people who love indoor plants. It not only grows conveniently without much maintenance indoors but is claimed to purify indoor air. Its pure white flowers symbolize purity and innocence.

Read more about Peace Lilly care

12. Rajanigandha-Polianthes tuberosa

Rajanigandha

Rajanigandha also called Nisigandha is a common and popular flower across India. The flower is not only beautiful but has a sweet fragrance. The essential oil from Rajanigandha is used for making perfumes. Rajanigandha is naturally red, white, and red-white mixed, besides other hybrid ones

13. Portulaca Grandiflora

365 Days Flowering Plants

Portulaca flower is also popularly known as “Table Rose” and the “9 “O” clock flower” because it usually blooms at the same time every day around 9 AM. The flower is also called Noina, Gul-e-shama, in Hindi and Urdu. This flower comes in many colours like red, white, yellow, purple, and many other colours.

14. Aparajita-Clitoria ternatea Linn

Aparajita

Aparajita, also commonly known as Girikarnika, Kannikoti, Sangu pushpam, etc. is one of the all season flowering plants of India. This is a climber herb with as many as 10 different natural varieties. Aparajita comes in white, red, and lilac colours and smells pleasant.

15. Euphorbia Milli – Crown of Thorns

Euphorbia Milli

This plant is a thorny shrub that produces beautiful bright red flowers. It is said that Christ’s crown was made from Euphorbia Milli thorns and so this is called Christ plant. The plant grows both outdoor and indoors and gives small and green flowers with red, pink, orange, white, and yellow bracts.

16. Snowdrops – Galanthus nivalis

Snowdrops

The snowdrop flower or Gulchandini in Hindi is an all seasons flower that represents consolation and sympathy. Snowdrops are considered the first flowers that bloom in the last of winter and at the beginning of the spring. This means these beautiful white flowers bloom between February and March when there is still snow.

17. Baby Sunrose (Aptenia)– Mesembrayanthemum cordifolium

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Baby sunrose also known as Aptenia are delicate tiny flowers that bloom during the day and weather at night. Baby sunroses come in two primary colours, red or pink and golden yellow. Baby sunrose is native to South Africa but grows in other parts of the world. Baby sunrose is considered more of a ground-covering shrub.

18. Rain Lily – Zephyranthes rosea

rain Lilly

The Rain Lily flowers are one of the best low maintenance 365 days flowering plants in India. Rain lily comes in white, pink, and yellow colours and blooms from late spring. Rain Lily is native to America and is called fairy lily and are common and popular flower. Yet best flowering is noticed in rainy season but flowers can be seen through out the year provide appropriate conditions.

19. Rose

Rose

Rose is considered the “Queen of Flowers” because of its beauty and fragrance. Rose is the national flower of America. There are five common colours of roses namely Pink, Red, White, Purple, and Yellow. Rose plant besides an ornamental plant is also a medicinal plant.

20. Nasturtium – Tropaeolum majus

Nasturtium

These flowers are also popularly known as the Monks cress or Indian cress and are native to South America. Nasturtium flowers come in various colours like Pink, Red, Orange, Yellow, Cream, Burgundy, etc. Nasturtium is a low-maintenance plant and only weeding and watering is enough for the plant.

21. Rangoon Creeper – Combretum indicum

Rangoon Creeper

Rangoon creeper or popularly known as Madhumalati, Chinese honeysuckle, etc. is a vine that blooms red and white flowers in a cluster. This flower is native to tropical Asia, especially Malaysia, Myanmar, and the pacific islands. Besides its beautiful flower, Madhumalati has enormous medicinal properties.

22. Dwarf Ixora – Ixora Coccinea

Dwarf Ixora

This flower is locally known as Rajana, Rangan, Pentgul, Techhi in different Indian languages and is a small shrub with reddish flowers. Ixora is native to Asia and its name is derived from an Indian deity. This is one of the 365 days flowering plants and its flowers are found in many colours in bunches.

23. Mandevilla Sanderi

Mandevilla Sanderi

Mandevilla is also known as Brazilian Jasmine or Rocktrumpet perhaps due to its trumpet-shaped flowers. These flowers come in three primary colours namely white, pink, and red. The plant is a climbing vine and native to America.

24. Hoya – Carnosa

Hoya

Hoya is native to India and other countries in the Indian subcontinent. The plant is locally known as wax-vine, waxplant, waxflower, etc. Hoya is considered special due to its heart-shaped leaves and is popularly called the “Living Valentine”. Hoya comes in different colours like pink, white, yellow, burgundy, orange, etc.

25. Azalea – Rhododendron

Azalea

Azalea, popularly called the “Royalty of the Garden” is native to Asia and is also found in America and Europe. This flower comes in many colours like white, pink, red, orange, yellow, etc. Azalea has been adopted as Nepal’s national flower. Azalea typically requires wet soil to grow.

26. Chrysanthemum

Chrysanthemum

Commonly known as Mums or Chrysanths, the Chrysanthemum is said to be originated in China. But the flower is very popular across the world next to the rose. The plant and its purple, orange, red, lavender, and yellow flowers are considered the best 365 days flowering plants in India.

27. Gerbera Daisy

Gerbera Daisy 365 Days Flowering Plants

Gerbera Daisy flowers are native to south Africa and found almost in all other countries. This flower is one of the most beautiful flowers in India and people lovingly call it the African daisy. The Gerbera daisy is an expensive flower and is sold for decoration purposes.

28. Orchids

Orchids

Orchid is a nonwoody plant and usually a terrestrial shrub that does not need soil for growing. Orchid gives beautiful flowers with numerous colors like white, blue, pink, red, yellow, green, orange, purple, etc. Every color of the orchid symbolizes a specific meaning. 

29. Golden Penda – Xanthostemon Chrysanthus

Golden Penda

Golden penda flowers are the most popular 365 days flowering plants in pots and are lovingly called the “First time Love”. Golden penda is native to Australia and is associated with bottlebrushes and eucalypts. Golden penda produces beautiful yellow flowers round the year, especially in summer and autumn.

30. Blue Daze – Evolvulus gloeratus

Blue Daze

Blue daze, also popularly called “Hawaiian Blue Eyes” and “Brazilian Dwarf Morning Glory” is a perennial plant. It produces bright blue flowers and is considered the best all season flowering plant in India. Blue daze blooms early in the morning, stays fresh with the sun, and withers in the afternoon.

F&Q:-

All the 30 flowers mentioned above along with other flowers (not listed above) give flowers all year round.

There are many flowers including the above-mentioned 30 flowers that can be grown in all seasons.

Yes; Madagaskar palm tree, Century plant, Corpse flower, etc. take 100 years to bloom.

Geranium, Marigold, Vinca, Impatiens, Zinnia, Begonia, Cornflower, etc. bloom every year.

Nilakurinji in Kerala-India

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