Have a burst of many shades in your home or yard with the Most Beautiful Multicolor Flowers! Pick your favorite from the list below!
Grow these Multicolor Flowers and add a burst of vivid hues to your garden. These are also great to invite butterflies and birds!
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Most Beautiful Multicolor Flowers
Botanical Name: Lantana ‘Fruity Pebbles’
Fruity Pebbles displays multicolors in a spectacular fashion! ‘Buttonsage’ is also loved for its subtle white blooms with yellow spots in clusters.
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Botanical Name: Xerochrysum bracteatum
These daisy-like annuals produce multicolor blooms that will light up your garden throughout summer and spring.
Have a look at some stunning Daisy-like flowers here
Botanical Name: Rosa
Roses are pretty shrubs that bloom florets of exotic white, purple, pink, yellow, red, and blue shades. You can also mix and match different varieties.
Botanical Name: Viola tricolor var. hortensis
The vivid and beautiful petals of pansy come in a range of vibrant shades including purple, violet, red, white, orange, and yellow.
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Botanical Name: Anemone
Anemones are one of the most colorful varieties that will spruce up your yard with a pop of vibrant colors. Make sure they get plenty of sunlight.
Botanical Name: Penstemon
This herbaceous variety features beautiful spikes of clustered tubular flowers on emerald green foliage. Grow them by the fence for the best display.
Botanical Name: Hydrangea
The stunning shrub will fill your summer and spring garden with ruffled clusters of pink, purple, blue, white, green, and, red flowers.
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Botanical Name: Nemesia
These colorful annuals feature tender florets in purple, white, blue, orange, pink, and red shades with contrasting centers.
Botanical Name: Aster
The star-shaped flower petals will add much-needed charm to your garden with lovely shades of purple, blue, pink, and white.
Botanical Name: Petunia × atkinsiana
The pretty bell-shaped flowers look best in hanging baskets. You can grow them in clusters on the garden bed or pot with other flowers on this list.
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Botanical Name: Zinnia
Zinnias make the prettiest cut flowers with bright daisy-like blooms in pink, red, orange, white, yellow, and multicolor shades.
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Botanical Name: Lonicera
This is a hardy variety that displays sweet-smelling flowers in pink, yellow, peach, and white on blue-green foliage.
Botanical Name: Freesia
The funnel-shaped flower clusters grow in pink, yellow, purple, mauve, orange, and white shades on long slender stems.
14. Blue Tango Aechmea
Botanical Name: Aechmea ‘Blue Tango’
‘Blue Tango’ displays elegant bright flowers that do best in full sun. The tall stalks contrast beautifully with the green foliage.
15. Lobster Claw
Botanical Name: Heliconia rostrata
Also known as hanging parrot’s beak, the plant showcases banana-like leathery foliage and bright red bracts with yellow-green tips.
Botanical Name: Gazania ‘Big Kiss White Flame’
This variety boasts large creamy white flowers patterned with dark pink stripes and golden disks. They look great both in pots and garden beds.
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17. Bearded Iris
Botanical Name: Iris germanica
‘Celebration Song’ has ruffled petals in lavender-blue and apricot-pink hues. Its clusters look simply stunning, thanks to its cotton-like appearance.
18. Bird of Paradise
Botanical Name: Strelitzia reginae
Also popular as the orange crane flower, it shows off spikes of orange blossoms with blue overtone. The dark green pointed leaves have blue-green undersides.
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19. Blanket Flower
Botanical Name: Gaillardia x grandiflora ‘Fanfare’
The beautiful pinwheel scarlet flowers are embellished with trumpet-shaped petals having bright yellow tips.
20. Purple Passionflower
Botanical Name: Passiflora incarnata
This climbing vine features beautiful purple-white flowers. The petals are fringed and have wavy hair strands with a peach-pink center.
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Botanical Name: Pericallis hybrida
Also known as Florist’s Cineraria, the beautiful purple and white daisy-like flowers have a brown center. It does best in full sun.
22. Blue Bird Hibiscus
Botanical Name: Hibiscus syriacus ‘Blue Bird’
This beautiful hibiscus variety offers large blue flowers with deep maroon and yellow centers with white hues.
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23. 4’o clock
Botanical Name: Mirabilis jalapa
These trumpet-shaped flowers come in exotic shades of pink, red, yellow, magenta, white, and marbled textures. It does best in bright light.
Botanical Name: Aechmea
Aechmea features large showy pink flowers while the variegated foliage in silver, burgundy, and green steals the show.
25. Ruby Spider
Botanical Name: Hemerocallis ‘Ruby Spider’
This daylily cultivar produces large, ruby red, flat, starry flowers with beautiful golden throats atop arching foliage.
26. Collarette Dahlia
Botanical Name: Dahlia ‘Collarette’
Collarette Dahlia has flat flowers with a small inner ring of petals near the center. The blooms come in different colors.
27. Dark Eyes Fuchsia
Botanical Name: Fuchsia hybrid ‘Dark Eyes’
‘Dark Eyes’ is a cheerful fuchsia variety that shows off beautiful flowers in deep pink and blue shades. It is one of the best Multicolor Flowers you can grow!
28. Calla lily
Botanical Name: Zantedeschia
These pretty tubular flowers emerge from green and white variegated foliage in shades of white, orange, pink, red, and purple.
29. Asiatic Lily
Botanical Name: Lilium auratum ‘Patricia’s Pride’
This six-petaled flower looks like a star and its creamy-white blossoms have dark plum markings on each petal with appealing stamens in green filaments.
Have a look at the best lily varieties here
30. Butterfly Amaryllis
Botanical Name: Hippeastrum papilio
This cultivar got its name from the Latin word ‘butterfly.’ Its striped petals are adorned in magenta and green veins.
31. Blue Pearl Crocus
Botanical Name: Crocus Chrysanthus ‘Blue Pearl’
This crocus variety features pale lavender-blue and white petals with yellow-orange centers. It opens and closes with the sunlight.
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32. Painted Doubles
Botanical Name: Helleborus x hybridus ‘Painted Doubles’
‘Painted Doubles’ exhibits white blooms patterned in red or burgundy shades with white margins and lemon-yellow centers.
33. Lily of the Incas
Botanical Name: Alstroemeria
This patterned flower consists of three petals and sepals in deep orange color with maroon markings. It looks beautiful in clusters.
34. Matchsticks Chrysanthemum
Botanical Name: Chrysanthemum ‘Matchsticks’
‘Matchsticks’ looks fantastic with a dark yellow hue having scarlet red tips. The flower has a fascinating shape with quilled and spooned petals.
35. Giant Crinum Lily
Botanical Name: Crinum asiaticum
Crinum lily displays clusters of white spidery blooms on the large central stem. While boasting multiple colors, the interesting shape makes it more appealing.