Looking for a list of flowers that start with the letter N? Here you’ll find 10 beautiful blooms, including nasturtiums, night-blooming cereus, and more.
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Flowers that start with N
Narcissus is a genus of about 40 species of herbaceous perennials in the Amaryllidaceae family. This is one of the flowers that start with N. They are native to Europe, North Africa, and Asia. The most common species are Narcissus pseudonarcissus and Narcissus tazetta.
Narcissus, genus of about 40 species of bulbs belonging to the amaryllis family (Amaryllidaceae), known for their showy flowers. The common name daffodil also belongs to some members of the Amaryllidaceae (such as jonquils) and is sometimes used to refer to all narcissuses. Several species are cultivated as garden ornamentals, and many hybrids have been produced.
Nasturtium (Tropaeolum majus) is a flowering plant that has round, edible leaves and showy, brightly colored flowers. The flowers can be orange, yellow, or red, and the plant grows best in full sun. Nasturtium is a popular choice for gardens because it is easy to grow and can tolerate poor soil. The plants are also resistant to pests.
Nemophila, also called baby blue eyes or five-spot, is a member of the Hydrophyllaceae family. It is an annual herb with a hairy stem and lobed leaves. The plant bears striking mid-blue flowers with a white centre, each with five petals. Native to North America, it is found in woodlands, grasslands and chaparral.
Nicotiana is a genus of herbaceous plants and shrubs of the family Solanaceae, native to North and South America. They are best known as tobacco plants, although some species are grown for their ornamental flowers. A few species grow in shady woodlands. All the species are annual or perennial herbs growing to 0.5-2 m tall.
The hardy annual nigella, often called love-in-a-mist, features airy foliage and delicate, lacy blooms. It’s a good choice for filling in gaps in the border or for adding color to cottage gardens. The species nigella damascena is the most common, with blue or white flowers. Nigella hispanica has lovely chocolate-brown blooms.