It's Official: We Found The 9 Prettiest Flowers In The World

Zygopetalum Orchid

Known for its beautiful speckling and unusual anatomy, this fragrant orchid thrives in partial shade and humid conditions. It is best grown in a hanging basket under dappled shade and requires protection from extreme temperatures.

English Rose

Revered for its large blooms packed with petals and a rich fragrance, this variety thrives in full sun and rich loam soil. These roses, often the result of extensive breeding programs, are ideal for zones 5 to 9.

Dinner Plate Dahlia

Famous for its large blooms, this diverse genus includes varieties that produce giant flowers. They require full sun, plenty of fertilizer, and water, and may need to start indoors in colder zones.

Turkscap Lily

Notable for its impressive four-foot stalks and pendant-shaped blooms, this lily prefers its feet in the shade and flowers in the sun. It thrives in zones 3 to 8 with excellent drainage and sheltered spots.

Himalayan Poppy

Renowned for its rare blue color, this plant thrives in zones 3 to 7. It blooms for about two weeks in cool, moist conditions and is best suited for mountain rock gardens. The Himalayan poppy grows up to 4 feet tall and prefers dappled sunlight


Known for its striking blue blooms, this plant thrives in cool or mild summers in zones 3 to 7. It requires rich soil, staking, and regular moisture, but does not perform well in high humidity climates. Delphiniums can grow to a mature size of 3 to 5 feet tall

Toad Lily

This hardy perennial blooms in the fall and thrives in shade. It prefers moist soils and grows well in zones 4 to 8. Toad lilies have unique, exotic-looking flowers in shades of blue, purple, white, pink, and yellow, and can reach a mature size of 1 to 3 feet tall.


With its glove-like bell-shaped blooms, this plant attracts bumblebees and comes in various colors. It is biennial in zones 4 to 8, self-seeding readily, and prefers partial shade and moist soil. Foxgloves can grow to a mature size of 2 to 5 feet tall and 1 to 2 feet wide

Bearded Iris

Tough and low-maintenance, this plant thrives in sunny gardens within zones 3 to 9. It produces vibrant blooms in May and requires division every few years to maintain vigor. Bearded irises come in a wide range of colors including red, orange, yellow, blue, purple