Check out Plants that Grow Big and Huge Flowers and add them to your garden to surprise your guests with their enormous blooms!
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Plants that Grow Big and Huge Flowers
1. The Corpse Flower
Botanical Name: Rafflesia arnoldii
Also popular as the giant Padma, this flower is native to the rainforests of Indonesia and can grow 3-4 feet wide! The bloom emits a repulsive odor like rotten meat.
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2. King Protea
Botanical Name: Protea cynaroides
This national flower of South Africa offers artichoke-like blooms that can measure upto 6-10 inches wide. The blossoms have pointy and colorful bracts.
3. Bigleaf Magnolia
Botanical Name: Magnolia macrophylla
Bigleaf Magnolia is famous for its huge oblong-ovate green leaves and ornamental white blooms that can be as big as 8-12 inches.
4. Mammoth Russian Sunflower
Botanical Name: Helianthus annuus ‘Russian Mammoth’
Like the name, the huge mammoth sunflowers open to 10-16 inches wide flowers on a plant that can reach upto 12-24 feet high!
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5. Ornamental Onion
Botanical Name: Allium ‘Globemaster’
The spherical blooms of ornamental onions open in 10-inch violet-purple orbs on 2-3 feet long stems from late spring to early summer.
6. Primal Scream Daylily
Botanical Name: Hemerocallis ‘Primal Scream’
The striking tangerine orange blooms measure up to 6-8 inches across. This variety is a tetraploid, which means it has four times more than the normal chromosomes that offer huge blossoms.
7. Dinnerplate Dahlia
Botanical Name: Dahlia
Dinner plate dahlia opens to 8-12 inches across blossoms in multiple hues. ‘Lady Darlene’ with red petals, and ‘Alex Mingus’ featuring yellow blooms are the best!
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8. Candle Larkspur
Botanical Name: Delphinium ‘Cobalt Dreams’
The blue flower spikes can grow upto 2-3 feet tall in a striking shade of blue! This variety is a part of the New Millennium Series and can easily withstand heat and humidity.
9. Burgundy Chinese Hibiscus
Botanical Name: Hibiscus ‘Black Dragon’
The velvety dark burgundy petals spread up to 8-10 inches across. The bloom’s center is almost black, giving it a rich feel.
10. Night-Blooming Cereus
Botanical Name: Selenicereus grandiflorus
It is a variety of orchid cactus with flowers that can measure upto 6-9 inches wide. The blooms have an intense fragrance, and they bloom only at night.
11. Oriental Lily
Botanical Name: Lilium ‘Casa Blanca’
The pure white and fragrant flowers can measure almost 8-12 inches tall. They come in clusters, which makes them appear bigger than they actually are.
12. Shimadaijin Tree Peony
Botanical Name: Paeonia suffruticosa ‘Shimadaijin’
‘Shimadaijin’ features scented blooms that can measure 5-8 inches across on a 4-5 feet tall plant. The blooms come in pink, yellow, white, magenta, and red hues.
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13. Sacred Lotus
Botanical Name: Nelumbo nucifera
Also popular as the Egyptian lotus, this lovely pond plant offers blooms in rose hues that fade to pink. The flowers spread 8-12 inches across and emit a unique fragrance.
14. Limelight Hydrangea
Botanical Name: Hydrangea paniculata ‘Limelight’
This hydrangea boasts a cluster of flowers that can be as wide as 6-8 inches. The blooms open in a chartreuse color and then fade to a pink hue.
15. Indian Summer Rudbeckia
Botanical Name: Rudbeckia hirta ‘Indian Summer’
This short-living perennial is the ‘All America Selections’ winner with flowers that can be 6-10 inches wide. Grow it in direct sunlight for an intense yellow hue!
16. Mrs. Edwards Whitaker’s Water Lily
Botanical Name: Nymphaea ‘Mrs. Edwards Whitaker’
This classic tropical water lily is an heirloom cultivar with 8-12 inches or wider flowers. The blossoms have lavender petals that mature to white with gold stamens in the center.
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17. California Giant Zinnia
Botanical Name: Zinnia ‘California Giant’
‘California Giant Mix’ Zinnia displays a mix of shades, including white, pink, purple, yellow, and orange. The blooms open 3-5 inches across on tall stems.
18. Early Large Flowered Clematis
Botanical Name: Clematis ‘Fireworks’
The blooms open 3-7 inches from late spring to early summer and again during fall. They have lavender-blue petals with bright magenta stripes.