World’s Brightest and Prettiest Garden Flowers

Here are the brightest and prettiest flowers on the face of the planet.

There are hundreds of flowering plants in the world but not all are brightly colored. Roses and tulips are among the most popular, brightest and prettiest flowers. Here are the brightest and prettiest flowers on the face of the planet.

1.) Daybreak Red Stripe (Gazania asteraceae)

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The lovely and bright Daybreak Red Stripe is another beauty to behold. It is a cultivar of Gazania. I certainly would love to add this flowering plant in my garden.

2.) Bellis

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Beautiful Bellis are perennial plants native to Europe and Mediterranean region that grow from 5 to 20 cm tall. A species of this pretty flowering plant has been introduced in North America and in the different parts of the world. These plants bear pretty and brightly colored flowers one per stem. There are 15 known genus of Bellis.

3.) Trailing Gazania (Gazania rigens)

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The Trailing Gazania is a flowering plant that bears one of the brightest flowers on earth. This beautiful plant which is endemic to southern Africa had been naturalized elsewhere and is widely cultivated as an ornamental garden plant.

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In Australia, it is commonly called Coastal Gazania and commonly seen in coastal dunes and roadsides of Sydney and Central Coast regions.

4.) Aurora’s Kiss

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Aurora’s Kiss is a variety of Dahlia, a flowering plant that is widely distributed worldwide. Dahlia flowers are among the brightest and prettiest flowers in the world. These beautiful flowers are also referred to as Belia.

5.) Clumping Gazania (Gazania rigens)

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Clumping Gazania is a variant of Gazania rigens that can be found in Tasmania, Australia. This pretty-looking variety is only found in cultivation and is grown for the brilliant color of its flower. It is distinguished by its large 4 to 8 cm flower heads with yellow or orange rays, each with a basal eye-spot

6.) White and Purple Gazania

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  1. Beautiful!

  2. What if the world had no flowers? This is a profusion of beauty, bro. Lovely article, as usual.

  3. These are beautiful collections. I like the sunflower the best!

  4. Stumbled Thumbs up. My favorite are the Dahlias but lately I am too busy to maintian a flower garden so only have perrenials.

  5. Wow…amazing. I love sunflowers and dahlias.

  6. stunning photos great for any garden addition.

  7. so pretty! my fave is the Bellis :)

  8. I love all flowers. One great post.

  9. Amazing. Nature is Beauty. And from these photos, that motto is proved true :)


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