5 Petal Flowers

Salt Tree Flowers (Nitraria retusa)

Salt Tree

Flower Type: Shrubs/Trees
The Salt tree is a drought-tolerant shrub of the Order Sapindales. It can grow up to 2.5 meters. This plant is native to the Northern African desert areas. The Salt tree has fruits of a triangular drupe.


Flower Type: Perennials
Stellaria longipes, a species of plant in the Caryophyllaceae family, are known by Goldie's starwort and long stalk starwort. The Stellaria genus includes approximately 120 species of perennial herbaceous plants. There are 5 white petals, each divided into 2 lobes, sometimes flat but often so deep that they appear to have two petals.

Beach Rose

Flower Type: Shrubs
The beach rose is a deciduous Japanese shrub with a multi-stem. It is native to Japan and is widely used as an ornamental plant. The beautiful beach rose is pollinated by insects and birds. Rosa rugosa is a strong symbol of Love and adoration.


Flower Type: Shrubs/Trees
The pomegranate (Punica granatum) is a fruity, deciduous shrub from the Lythraceae family, a subfamily of the Punicoideae. The flowers are typically bright red but can also be pink or white and are 3 cm (1.18 inches) in diameter with 4 to 5 petals.


Flower Type: Trees
The quince (Cydonia oblonga) is the only member of the genus Cydonia in the Rosaceae family (including pears and apples). These Japanese trees have been cultivated by landscape architects for their showy pale pink flowers and other ornamental features.


Flower Type: Shrubs/Trees
Pittosporum is one of many evergreen trees or shrubs primarily native to New Zealand and Australia, making up the Pittosporaceae family's Pittosporum genus. Also known as Australian laurel, Pittosporum is mainly planted as ornamental plants in temperate regions

Peach blossom

Flower Type: Shrubs/Trees
The common peach blossom (Prunus persica) is the genus Prunus fruit plant, which belongs to the Rosaceae family. The Prunus genus includes 430 different tree and shrub species. The peach blossom originates from northern and central China.

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