1. Buddleja

Buddleja is also known as summer lilac, butterfly-bush, or orange eye. It is native to Asia and is widely used as an ornamental plant. 


2. Baby’s Breath

Baby’s Breath is a genus of flowering plants in the carnation family, native to Eurasia, Africa, Australia, and the Pacific Islands.Their ability to flourish in a difficult environment makes them a great representation for everlasting love. 

Baby’s Breath

3. Bear’s Breeches (Acanthus “Summer Beauty”)

Spiny bear’s breeches is a flowering perennial clumping and native to Europe and the Mediterranean. It is often prized more for its leaves than for its blossoms.

Bear’s Breeches (Acanthus “Summer Beauty”)

4. Black-Eyed Susan

Black-eyed Susan is also known as Rudbeckia hirta. It originates from North America and is one of the most popular wildflowers grown.

Black-Eyed Susan

5. Beardtongue (Penstemon canescens)

Penstemon canescens is a part of a large genus of roughly 250 species of flowering plants.The plant blooms into dozens of beautiful tubular flowers arranged on a tall stalk.

Beardtongue (Penstemon canescens)

6. Bear’s Breeches (Acanthus mollis)

Acanthus mollis, commonly known as bear’s breeches, sea dock, bear’s foot plant, sea holly or oyster plant,  is a leafy, clump-forming perennial herb originating from the Mediterranean region. Being a species of plant in the family Acanthaceae, it comes with a rosette of relatively large leaves, together with purplish and white flowers on an erect spike.

Bear’s Breeches (Acanthus mollis)

7. Bergenia

Bergenia or Pigsqueak is a genus of flowering plants in the family Saxifragaceae. It is also called pigsqueak because of the particular sound created by rubbing their two leaves together. It originates from central Asia, Afghanistan, China and the Himalayan region.


8. Bleeding Heart

Lamprocapnos spectabilis, bleeding heart, fallopian buds or Asian bleeding-heart blooms in the spring and finishes its growing cycle when warm weather sets in. At the end of its growing cycle, the flowers fade and the leaves die back.

Bleeding Heart

9. Bouvardia

Bouvardia is a genus of flowering plants, which originate from Mexico and Central America. Each Bouvardia features a crown of little flowers, and is often used to bring color into bouquet designs.


10. Bear’s Breeches (Acanthus hungaricus)

Acanthus hungaricus or Hungarian Bear’s Breech grows best in part-sun to shade condition. It features pale pink to white flowers enclosed in spiny, reddish-purple bracts.

Bear’s Breeches (Acanthus hungaricus)

11. Blanket Flower

Gaillardia is a heat loving flower in the sunflower family that attracts butterflies. It features richly colored, daisy-like flowers and is an easy-to-grow.

Blanket Flower

12. Blazing Star

Blazing star is an North American herbaceous perennial flowering plant in the sunflower and daisy family. Its gorgeous purple flowers bring about plenty of ornamental allure.

Blazing Star

13. Bellflower

Bellflowers or Campanula is famous for its happy nodding heads which come in many sizes and varieties. With their signature bell-shaped blossoms, they are perfect for cut flowers.


14. Bay Laurel

Laurus nobilis is an aromatic evergreen tree or large shrub in the flowering plant family Lauraceae, known for their green and glabrous smooth leaves.

Bay Laurel

15. Beardtongue

Penstemon or the beard tongues is native mostly to the Nearctic and North American. It features dozens of tubular flowers arranged on a tall stalk.


16. Blue-Eyed Grass

Blue-eyed grass or Sisyrinchium is a large genus of annual to perennial flowering plant, native to the New World. Even if it goes under the name ‘grass’, it is not true grasses and comes in a variety with flower colors other than blue.

16. Blue-Eyed Grass

17. Balloon flower (Platycodon grandiflorus)

Platycodon grandiflorus is a species of herbaceous flowering perennial plant native to East Asia. Being easy to grow, it is widely popular among gardeners. It features long-lasting star-shaped flowers emerging from balloon-like buds in summer.

Balloon flower (Platycodon grandiflorus)

18. Bachelor’s Button

Bachelor’s button, commonly known as cornflower or Centaurea cyanus, is an annual flowering plant. It features silver foliage that offsets its blue blooms tremendously and attracts birds.

Bachelor’s Button

19. Basket of Gold (Aurinia saxatilis “Gold Dust”)

Aurinia saxatilis is an ornamental plant native to Asia and Europe, which can easily be found in the least likely of places, such as paving stones, rocky outcroppings, the edges of gravel paths, or between the stacked stones.

Basket of Gold (Aurinia saxatilis “Gold Dust”)

20. Bearded Penstemon

Although bearded penstemon is a temperate flexible plant and thrives in most areas, it can mostly be found in mountainous areas. This plant produces dozens of tubular flowers arranged on a tall stalk, perfect for many arrangements.

Bearded Penstemon

21. Bee Balm Flower

Bee Balm Flower, also known by its botanical name of Monarda, is a genus of flowering plants in the mint family, Lamiaceae. It features an open, daisy-like shape, with tubular petals flowers in shades of red, pink, purple, and white.

Bee Balm Flower

22. Begonia

Begonia is a genus of perennial flowering plants and is grown for both its foliage and or attractive flowers. It is mostly used as bedding plants and in window boxes, hanging baskets, and other containers. 


23. Balloon Flower

Balloon flower is a clump-forming perennial and very easy to grow. Even though being a member of the easy-to-grow bellflower family, its blooms do not resemble bells. Instead, it features puffy, balloon-like buds that swell up to produce the 2- to 3-inch star-shaped flowers.

Balloon Flower

24. Baby Blue Eyes (Nemophila menziesii)

Baby Blue Eyes is one of the best-known spring wildflowers in California, featuring white petals each with a large blue-violet spot at the base.

Baby Blue Eyes (Nemophila menziesii)

25. Basket of Gold (Aurinia saxatilis)

Aurinia saxatilis commonly called basket-of-gold is a low-growing yet spreading perennial that can be found 

in rock gardens or cascaded over walls. It produces a profuse spring bloom of bright yellow flowers that will remain in the garden as an attractive ground cover after blooming.

Basket Of Gold Flower Aurinia Saxatilis

26. Bush Morning Glory

Bush Morning Glory is known for its large, lavender, funnel-shaped flowers with darker throats. Their stems can lengthen and form a bushy clump of 1 1/2-3 ft. tall and form a large roundish plant bearing flowers.

Bush Morning Glory

27. Ball Cactus (Parodia Magnifica)

Ball cactus, as suggested by its name, is a geometric globular cactus with wool that grows in clusters and glistens under a haze of pale yellow spines. It produces brilliant yellow flowers and grows to 7-15 cm tall.

Ball Cactus (Parodia Magnifica)

28. Banana Shrub

This evergreen shrub features incredibly fragrant flowers and is very easy to take care of. It resembles a miniature Southern magnolia whose flowers smell like bananas.

Banana Shrub

29. BeaverTail Cactus

Opuntia basilaris or Beavertail Cactus is found mostly in the Mojave and Colorado Deserts and northwest Mexico. Each of them are usually about 60 centimeter tall with hundreds of fleshy, flattened pads.

BeaverTail Cactus

30. Blue Star Flower

Blue star flower is known for its soft blue, star-shaped flowers. The blue shade of blue star flowers is one of the truest blue ever found in flower colors. 

Blue Star Flower

31. Buttercup

Buttercup, also known as crowfoot, is a genus of herbaceous flowering plants, mostly found in woods and fews of the northern temperate zone.


32. Balloon flower (Platycodon grandiflorum “Astra Blue”)

Balloon flowers have buds that puff up like balloons before blooming into bell-shaped flowers. It is native to the slopes and meadows in Northeast Asia and Siberia.

Balloon flower (Platycodon grandiflorum “Astra Blue”)


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