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54 Best Types of Orange Flowers | Eye-Catching Orange Flower Names

These best Types of Orange Flowers are a great way to brighten up your homes and gardens with fascinating orange blossoms!

If you love the season of fall, then you must be fond of the orange shade. This beautiful color has the happiness of yellow and the energy of red color. It symbolizes fascination, creativity, attraction, success, encouragement, stimulation, and determination. You can bring all these attributes in your home or garden by planting these best Types of Orange Flowers!

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Types of Orange Flowers

1. Pocketbook Plant

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Botanical Name: Calceolaria crenatiflora

It is also known as a lady’s purse, slipper flower, and slipperwort. The pouch-shaped flowers come in orange, red-brown, and yellow colors speckled with contrasting shades.

2. Orange Lily

Botanical Name: Lilium bulbiferum var. croceum

Popularly known as fire lily and tiger lily, this hardy and ornamental lily is prized with flamboyant orange flowers, spotted with deep chocolate freckles. The flowers turn more pretty when the color deepens to red towards the petal tips.

3. Lantana

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Botanical Name: Lantana camara

The small bouquet of lantana displays tiny flowers in orange, red, and yellow shades. This tropical plant is ideal for hanging baskets.

4. Orange Pansy

Botanical Name: Viola tricolor var. hortensis ‘Nature Orange’

This pansy, from the nature series, shows off bright, cheery orange flowers that will stand out like a flare when planted in a hanging basket or window box.

5. Painted Abutilon

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Botanical Name: Abutilon pictum ‘Thompsonii’

‘Painted Abutilon’ is a vigorous evergreen shrub that bears showy, bell-shaped, light-orange, dangling flowers from spring to fall. The variegated maple-like glossy foliage is mottled with a yellow color that complements the beauty of the entire plant.

6. Orange Tulip

Botanical Name: Tulipa ‘Orange Princess’

Tulips are available in almost every color; the orange variety is a beautiful fragrant peony-flowered tulip, which is adorned for the light orange petal, blushed with red-purple, and polished with warm pink. The bowl-shaped flowers have green tips on the outer petal.

7. Butterfly Weed

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Botanical Name: Asclepias tuberosa

‘Butterfly weed’ is a good choice if you want to attract butterflies in your garden. It features crown-shaped tiny orange flowers that make a cluster of 2 inches across. During fall, the upright pods open, releasing seeds sparkling with silky hairs.

8. Chinese Lantern Plant

Botanical Name: Physalis alkekengi

The ‘Chinese Lantern’ plant features heart-shaped leaves and white flowers. This plant is grown for the 2-inch wide papery pods or ‘calyxes’ that surround the flowers. The pods look-like bright orange ‘Chinese lantern’ hence the name.

Note: The unripe berries are toxic. This plant belongs to the nightshade family that includes many toxic plants like; angel’s trumpet and bittersweet nightshade.

9. Orange Poppy

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Botanical Name: Papaver orientale

The cup-shaped, large, crepe papery, bright tangerine flowers have black spots and dark ‘eyes’. This care-free satiny flower blooms from late spring to early summer.

10. Calendula

Botanical Name: Calendula officinalis

Calendula or pot marigold produces beautiful orange-yellow flowers that have various culinary and medicinal uses since ancient times. This cold-hardy plant is ideal for flower beds or containers.

11. Crocosmia

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Botanical Name: Crocosmia ‘lucifer.’

This attractive variety forms bright orange or red flowers in branched spikes with a dense clump of upright, sword-like foliage in late summer. Crocosmia ‘Lucifer’ is popular for attracting bees.

12. Canna Lily

Botanical Name: Canna indica

This plant looks attractive with wide and long, banana-like leaves in bronze, green, or striped patterns. The burgundy stems bear bright orange flowers with droopy petals. It is one of the best Types of Orange Flowers!

13. Orange Zinnia

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Botanical Name: Zinnia elegans ‘Queeny Orange’

Zinnia offers flowers in several different colors, including many shades of orange. ‘Queeny Orange’ offers 2-3 inches wide, double flowers in coral orange shade. It blooms for an extended period from early summer to frost.

14. Trumpet Vine

Botanical Name: Campsis radicans

This climber grows orange to salmon flowers in summer. Support trumpet vine with a trellis, arbor, or fence, and it will climb beautifully. It is also a great plant to attract hummingbirds.

15. Orange Impatiens

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Botanical Name: Impatiens walleriana ‘Sunpatiens Compact Orange’

Impatiens can be grown in both sun and shade. They are available in a range of varieties and tones. The ‘Sunpatiens Compact Orange’ offers bright orange 2-3 inches wide flowers that beautifully contrast with dark green foliage.

16. Orange Nasturtium

Botanical Name: Tropaeolum Majus ‘Double Gleam Orange’

Enjoy the beauty of this nasturtium variety all summer long. It features fragrant vivid semi-double orange flowers. This variety also goes with the name trailing nasturtium and can reach up to 40-60 inches in length.

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17. Mexican Sunflower

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Botanical Name: Tithonia rotundifolia

Native to Mexico and Central America, it is an annual that can grow up to 4-6 feet tall. The bright orange flowers with raised yellow centers attract scores of butterflies in the garden. It offers a yield of flowers, two times, in the same year.

18. Crown Imperial

Botanical Name: Fritillaria imperialis

Also known as Kaiser’s crown, it is a spring-flowering bulb that forms orange, red, or yellow flowers. The unique-looking flower beautifully dangles like a ‘bell.’ The inside markings consist of six-round, glossy, white spots close to the base of each petal.

19. Orange Carnation

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Botanical Name: Carnation ‘Chabaud Orange’

This carnation hybrid offers you fragrant, large, peach-orange, double-flowers with ruffled petals. It flowers from late spring to mid-summer.

20. Orange Gerbera

Botanical Name: Gerbera jamesonii

Orange gerberas are praised for their daisy-like, bright, lively flowers with green, fuzzy foliage. The orange varieties include;  Jaguar ‘Deep Orange’, Jaguar ‘Tangerine,’ Jaguar ‘Orange Fire.’

21. Orange Persian Buttercup

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Botanical Name: Ranunculus asiaticus ‘Tecolote Orange’

Persian buttercup produces long-lasting, rose-like, large, bright orange flowers, embellished with multiple, silky, delicate petals with lime-green centers. It is one of the best Types of Orange Flowers!

22. Torch Lily

Botanical Name: Kniphofia ‘Nobilis’

This late-flowering perennial forms tall, vigorous, long spikes of bright orange-red tubular flowers that fade to yellow in late summer to early fall. It has won the Award of Garden Merit of the Royal Horticultural Society.

23. Orange Sneezeweed

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Botanical Name: Helenium hoopesii

Native to North America, this helenium forms branched clusters of brilliant golden orange-yellow flowers with serrated ray petals. It has an orange cone-like center with golden pollens that attract butterflies.

24. Lion’s Tail

Botanical Name: Leonotis leonurus

This dazzling semi-evergreen shrub produces tubular, two-lipped fuzzy orange flowers tiered in whorls around the top half of upright stems. It flowers from late spring through fall.

25. California Poppy

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Botanical Name: Eschscholzia californica

Also known as a cup of gold, California sunlight, and golden poppy, this ornamental plant features cup-shaped orange flowers that are also used as a garnishing agent in food recipes. Also, it has been declared the official state flower of California in 1903.

26.  Orange Begonia

Botanical Name: Begonia x tuberhybrida ‘Nonstop Orange’

This beautiful variety displays beautiful, double flowers that resemble roses with their vibrant orange petals from late spring to frost. Hot weather tolerant, Begonia ‘Nonstop Orange’ belongs to ‘Nonstop Series.’

27. Orange Bird of Paradise

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Botanical Name: Strelitzia reginae

The orange bird of paradise produces bold spikes of orange flowers with hints of blue. It beautifully rises above the pointy dark green foliage from late winter to late fall.

28. Orange Stalked Bulbine

Botanical Name: Bulbine frutescens ‘Orange’

Native to South Africa, it features tall flower stalks with succulent foliage. The small buds flaunt distinct green stripe, deep orange petals, frilly yellow stamens.

29. Orange Chrysanthemum

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Botanical Name: Chrysanthemum ‘Hailey Orange’

This decorative variety of ‘mum’ sports bright orange flowers with broad petals. It is ideal for embellishing fall landscapes or borders. You can also try other orange chrysanthemum varieties like; ‘Dazzling Stacy,’ ‘Miranda Orange,’ ‘Mumosa Orange,’ ‘Pop Eye Orange,’ ‘Sunset Orange.’

30. Orange Cosmos

Botanical Name: Cosmos ‘Cosmic Orange’

This compact, semi-hardy, annual flower showcases vibrant, semi-double orange flowers with fern-like foliage on sturdy stems from early summer to fall. It is one of the best Types of Orange Flowers!

31. Orange Dahlia

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Botanical Name: Dahlia pinnata

‘Gwyneth’ Dahlia is a classy waterlily dahlia with flaming orange flowers, pale in the center that deepens with age. Other orange dahlias include; ‘Jodie Wilkinson,’ ‘Peach Brandy,’ ‘David Howard,’ ‘Sylvia,’ ‘Vulcan,’ ‘Mrs. Eileen’.

32. Orange Daylily

Botanical Name: Hemerocallis fulva (Tawny Daylily)

Also known as Tiger Daylily, Tawny Daylily, or Ditch Lily, it forms trumpet-shaped, six-petaled, orange flowers on tall leafless stalks. The flowers last not more than 24 hours hence the common name ‘Daylily.’

33. Peruvian Lily

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Botanical Name: Alstroemeria ‘Indian Summer’

‘Peruvian Lily’ is an exotic, vigorous perennial that flaunts coppery-orange and golden-yellow flowers. The petals are beautifully patterned with dark burgundy-streaks and create a fantastic contrast with lance-shaped rich-bronze foliage.

34. Orange Strawflower

Botanical Name: Bracteantha bracteatum

‘Helica Orange’ produces large, long-lasting, papery, bold orange daisy flowers with yellow eyes at the ends of the stem. The narrow leaves stay dark green throughout the season.

35. Trumpet Honeysuckle

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Botanical Name: Lonicera ciliosa

Also known as orange honeysuckle, Northwest honeysuckle, or Western Trumpet, it produces clusters of sweetly-scented, nectar-producing trumpet-shaped orange flowers on climbing vines that can grow up to 33 feet (10 m) long.

36. Hummingbird Hyssop

Botanical Name: Agastache ‘Apricot Sunrise’

An aromatic plant, it is a must-have specimen if you want to attract hummingbirds to your garden. Its large, orange-pink-flowers can be a great addition to any pollinator-friendly garden.

37. Cat’s Tail Aloe

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Botanical Name: Aloe castanea

Growing up to 8-12 feet tall, the plant has an unusual-looking, dark orange-brown flowers that grow mid-winter. It gets its name, thanks to the curled and snake-like inflorescence.

38. Sigar Plant

Botanical Name: Cuphea ignea

Also popular as the firecracker plant, it is a rounded and bushy, evergreen shrub that can reach an impressive height up to 10-20 feet. It grows tubular, bright orange-red flowers, that attract hummingbirds and butterflies.

39. Climbing Penstemon

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Botanical Name: Keckelia cordifolia

A drought-tolerant plant, it can grow up to 4-6 feet tall and produces hairy flower clusters in pale orange-red hues that match well with its oval and heart-shaped leaves. It does well in bright and shaded spots.

40. Rose

Botanical Name: Rosa hybrid ‘Pat Austin’

Large, deeply cupped flowers of Pat Austin come in a beautiful shade of Orange-copper. The blooms have a unique contrasting shade that makes them immensely attractive. The flowers also have a mild tea/clove scent.

41. Marigold

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Botanical Name: Tagetes

If you are looking for a flower that blooms all summer long in a bright shade of orange, then this is the plant for you! The large, pompom double flowers come in the shades of yellow, gold, and orange. The plant does best in sun.

42. Orange Trumpet Vine

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Botanical Name: Pyrostegia venusta

A vigorous and fast-growing growing vine, it blooms all winter long. The dazzling shade of its vibrant orange flowers creates quite a spectacle in full sun. It makes for a great lush ground cover or a climbing vine, both.

43. Frangipani

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Botanical Name: Frangipani

This is a delicate, tropical flower that symbolizes devotion and strength. You can choose to include frangipani in arrangements anywhere in the house to welcome guests with its rich scent and orange hue.

44. Cockscomb

Botanical Name: Celosia cristata

This plant derives its name ‘cockscomb’ from the way the flower looks like the head on a rooster. The plants are resistant to most diseases and grow equally well indoors or outdoors.

45. Flowering Maple

Botanical NameAbutilon x hybridum

Flowering maple looks like a small maple tree except that it resembles bell-shaped flowers. These subtropical plants are sensitive to frost, so they should be moved outdoors over the winter unless you want to grow them as an annual.

46. Montbretia

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Botanical Name: Crocosmia ‘Lucifer’

Montbretia is commonly seen in floral arrangements and the foliage resembles that of the iris while its flowers can remind you of freesias. The plants grow around 2-4 feet tall and should be protected with a layer of mulch over the winter.

47. Iris

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Botanical Name: Iris ‘Maid Of Orange’

Like roses, the Iris genus also is quite diverse. Iris flowers have drooping outer petals with upright inner petals. And they come in varying shades. Removing spent flowers can help to prolong the blooming, which typically occurs from late spring into summer.

48. Red Hot Pokers

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Botanical Name: Kniphofia uvaria

Red Hot Poker is also called Torch Lilies is named because of the bright orange blooms that grow on top of a long, slim stem making them look like poker or torch.

49. Butterflyweed

Botanical Name: Asclepias tuberosa

The clusters of yellow-orange to bright orange flowers match really well with green, lance-shaped foliage. It is also one of the best plants to attract butterflies.

50. Orange Snapdragon

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Botanical Name: Antirrhinum

If as a gardener you’re looking for a flower that stands out with bright blooms then look no more beyond than a tall snapdragon! A symbol of growth and grace, this flower can be incorporated into an arrangement for any occasion celebrating a new journey.

51. Orange Hibiscus

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Botanical Name: Hibiscus rosa-sinensis

One of the most beautiful orange flowers you can grow, Hibiscus shines with its ruffled petals and large shape that also contrast really well with the glossy foliage.

52. Orange Bells

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Botanical Name: Tecoma alata

This cute little shrub adorns clusters of bright orange flowers in a trumpet shape. The plant continues to bloom from late spring until the first frost.

53. Orange Carnations

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Botanical Name: Dianthus caryophyllus ‘Orange Sherbet’

This unique flower has bi-colored, orange, and cream flowers. It is also one of the best plants you can grow to attract hummingbirds and butterflies to the garden.

54. Orange Alstroemeria

Botanical Name: Alstroemeria ‘Orange Glory’

These beautiful orange funnel-shaped flowers look more vivid as they come in groups of six to eight. The blooms match well with the narrow, lance-shaped leaves.

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