15 Exotic Flowers from Around the Globe

Nature laughs through beautiful and colorful flowers. The flowers express deep emotions and also serve as a stress-buster. In addition, they are the most popular gifts that are given on any occasion and to anyone. Flowering plants can be broadly classified into two categories – endemic and exotic. Endemics are those that can only be grown in a certain type of geographical location. While foreigners are native to certain lands, they adapt and thrive when introduced to a foreign ecosystem. For their adaptability, these exotic flowers are in great demand and are used deeply in decorations and fancy flower arrangements.



Tulip is a member of the Lily family, Lilysea. There is a danger of roses from the popularity of this flower. They symbolize endurance, perfect love, prosperity, abundance and royalty. In bunch, bouquets, and box / vase / basket arrangements – these flowers are heart winners.



It is one of the most interesting looking exotic flowers in the world. Anthuriums are popular wedding decoration flowers. They are available in red, white and pink colors and in general, they symbolize hospitality, abundance and happiness.

birds of Paradise

bird of Paradise

The original name is Strelitzia and is native to South Africa. This stunning and dreamy flower symbolizes grandeur, freedom, optimism, royalty, heaven on earth, success and faithfulness. As an anniversary gift, you can opt for this flower.



Belonging to the eastern Mediterranean, this flower is a symbol of honesty. Available in purple, yellow, white and red colors, this flower often enhances the beauty of mixed floral arrangements.



Originally Amerillis belonged to tropical lands such as islands in the Caribbean, South Africa, or the South Seas, but they can be found worldwide, except in Antarctica. This unique exotic flower is a symbol of pride, antiquity, power and confidence.



Kaila lilies are native to South Africa. It is also a symbol of livelihood, youth innocence, rebirth and immense beauty.



Lotus is the national flower of India and Vietnam. It has a very wide distribution from central and northern India through northern India-China and East Asia with distinct locations in the Caspian Sea. The lotus symbolizes purity, enlightenment, self-transcendence and rebirth.



The lily of the valley is a very poisonous woodland flowering plant with sweet-scented and vine-shaped white flowers. It symbolizes the return of happiness, purity, humility, purity, happiness and fortune.

Ecuadorian Roses

Forever rose

There is a large variety of Ecuadorian roses, but these people growing in Ecuador are said to have the best quality in the world. They are appealing to the eyes for their large size and unlike other varieties of roses, they last longer and smell stronger.



These flowers resemble roses and the bright and large white petals emit a soothing fragrance. They lead to better sleep besides being a symbol of purity, love, innocence, security and self-reflection.



Lilac is originally from Europe and Asia, and European colonists brought it to America. A soothing fragrance relieves stress and anxiety. Lilac is characterized by innocence, remembrance of love, and often gifted to fresh graduates.



The Calathes are known as the most beautiful people in the Marantesi family and they come in various shapes. This flower signifies a new beginning or a new beginning in life.



Used in a variety of cosmetics and flower arrangements, orchids carry a royal veneer. Orchids are available in red, pink, purple, blue, white, yellow and green colors. Orchids are used extensively – from medicine to perfume.

Heliconia pendula

Lobster claw

Heliconius are pinkish-red on the lower half and red on the upper half. The petals may vary from red to orange or yellow.



Plumeria is famous as Frangipani. In Sri Lanka, this flower is used to worship the gods while in India these flowers are mostly used in incense sticks. Plumeria, in general, symbolizes beauty, love, rebirth, spring and grace.

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