Flowers That Start With W

1. Weigela

Weigela is an Eastern Asia genus of deciduous shrubs in the Caprifoliaceae family consisting of 38 species that bear clusters of colorful tubular-shaped flowers in spring.

Nature Weigela Flower Outdoor Plant Red Bush

2. Watsonia

Watsonia, also called Bugle Lily, is a genus including 56 various herbs that feature showy trumpet-shaped flowers and sword-like leaves up to 46cm long.


3. Wild Indigo

Wild Indigo that usually grows wild along streams, or at the margin of woods are blue-purple, pea-like, and crowded densely. Its other names are Baptisia australis and Blue False Indigo.

Wild Indigo

4. Woolly Violet

Is a flower that goes by several names such as Viola sororia, Common Blue Violet, Purple Violet, Hooded Violet, and Wood Violet. It is edible and thrives in shady places.

Woolly Violet

5. Wax Begonia

Wax Begonia or Begonia semperflorens-cultorum is readily identified by its glossy, dark green or bronze leaves with loose clusters of flowers in shades of rose, red and white.

Wax Begonia

6. Winged Monkey Flower

Also called Mimulus alatas and the Sharp Wing Monkey-Flower, Winged Monkey Flower grows in wetlands. The winged stems and each flower resembles a monkey’s face, hence its common name.

Winged Monkey Flower

7. Witch Hazel

Native to Eastern North America and Eastern Asia, the Witch Hazel genus (Hamamelis Virginiana) consists of 5 deciduous shrub species. This plant’s leaf, bark, and twigs are used to make remedies for skin ailments.

Witch Hazel

8. Willow Shrub

Willow counts over 400 shrubs that are moisture-loving and easy-care part of the Salix genus. They come in a diversity of sizes, colors, and adaptability.

Willow Shrub

9. Wood Lily

Wood Lily or Lilium philadelphicum is once the most widespread lily species in North America. Because of being picked frequently by visitors, this eye-catching flowering plant has become threatened in the wild.

Wood Lily

10. Willow Bell

Is a flower that goes by several names such as Bellflower, Peach-Leaved Bellflower, Fairy Bells, and Campanula persicifolia. Willow Bell is a clump-forming perennial bearing violet-blue or white bell-shaped flowers.

Willow Bell

11. Wild Strawberry

Also known as Virginia Strawberry and Fragaria vesca, Wild Strawberry is a ground-hugging perennial in the rose family. It has small, white flowers and tasty berries.

Wild Strawberry

12. Wishbone Flower

Blooming during mid-summer to mid-fall, Wishbone Flower (Torenia fournieri) is a good choice to light up your shady garden. The velvety bicolored trumpet-shaped flowers with their throats of contrasting color can make you wow.

Wishbone Flower

13. Whipple’s Cholla

Whipple’s Cholla or Cylindropuntia is a branching cactus that has bright yellow flowers. The annual plant has sharp spines, be extremely cautious when handling it.

Whipple’s Cholla

14. Wandflower

Wandflower and Beeflower are the common names of Gaura lindheimeri, an easy and long-blooming perennial native to North American.


15. Waterlily

Originated from the temperature and tropical regions of the world, most Water Lily species (Nymphaeaceae) have large rounded leaves and solitary flowers borning above the freshwater surface on long stalks.


16. Wild Violet

The Midwest Common Blue Violet (Viola sororia) and Wooly Blue Violet (Viola papilionacea) are referred to as Wild Violet. Sometimes, using herbicides to eradicate this persistent, perennial weed is necessary.

Wild Violet

17. Wedelia

A member of the sunflower family, Wedalia, also known as “creeping-oxeyes”, is a genus of wildflowers that have been used as a ground cover. It is considered a weed problem in Florida.


18. White Trumpet Pitcher Plant

Is a Southern carnivorous plant with distinctively white and red trumpets flowers. It is effective at trapping insects.

White Trumpet Pitcher Plant

19. Whirling Butterflies

Whirling Butterflies or Gaura lindheimeri is a clump-forming perennial native to Southern American. Along with the full sun, good drainage is the key to success with this drought-tolerant plant.

Whirling Butterflies

20. Wild Rose

It belongs to the Rosa genus. Most Wild Roses are pink, some are red and white, and a few may have yellowish tints.

Wild Rose

21. Wood Anemone

Wood Anemone usually grows in thick mats, spreading via rhizomes, and blooms in spring. Another name of this herbaceous perennial plant is Anemone quinquefolia.

Wood Anemone

22. Willow-leaved Sunflower

Willow-leaved Sunflower is a bluegrass prairie species that has willow-like leaves and showy yellow blossoms attractive to butterflies.

Willow leaved Sunflower

23. Wax Plant

Wax Plant, also called Hoya carnosa or Porcelain Flower, is a houseplant cultivated for the star-shaped, sweetly fragrant flowers that grow in umbrella-like clusters.

Wax Plant

24. Wisteria

Wisteria genus contains 10 flowering vining plants in the family. Appearing blue to purple from a distance, Wisteria flowers are a wonderful accent in your pergola in spring and summer.


25. White Evening Primrose

This native North American drought-tolerant plant is an excellent choice for the rock garden or as edging. Oenothera speciosa, White-stem Evening-primrose, and Pale Evening-primrose are other names of White Evening Primrose.

White Evening Primrose

26. Wallflower

Being beautiful, fragrant, and fast-growing, Wallflower (Gillyflower) is a welcome addition to any rock or garden in spring or fall.


27. Water Avens

Water Avens or Geum rivale is a moisture-loving plant usually used as a ground cover for cool and wet sites.

Water Avens


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