Gardening is a rewarding hobby, but it can take a lot of time, patience, and effort to transform your lawn into the garden you want. Flowering plants are one of the best ways to spread color, scent, and beauty around your yard for free. Here are some flowering species starting with J!
Some flowers are easy to grow, both indoors and in the garden. Because of this, many people enjoy growing flowers in their homes or yard. Some flowers are easy to grow indoors, and some are easier to grow outside. The difference has a lot to do with what that particular type of flower is accustomed to having in the wild or at a florist.
Flowers Starting with J
Here is the group of flowers starting with the letter J.
Jack-in-the-Pulpit (Arisaema triphyllum) is a charming wildflower native to midwestern and eastern North America but easily grown in shady gardens elsewhere. The flower comes in purple, greenish-white, and green shades. Its bloom forms a club-shaped cluster of scarlet or red berries in autumn.
Jamaica Plum (Spondias mombin), also known as hog plum or yellow mombin, is a tree and flowering plant in the Anacardiaceae family. It originates from tropical America, including the West Indies. The sweet-scented flowers usually bloom from January to May. They are in large, loose terminal panicles with small purple to yellow flowers.
Kerria japonica, also known as Japan rose or Japanese kerria, is a small ornamental shrub in the Rosaceae family native to Korea, Japan, and China. The flowers are a brilliant golden yellow with 5 petals, similar to the old-fashioned rose.
Cattleya orchids have a fantastic appearance that many plant lovers could not resist. The blooms are showy, prominent, fragrant, and come in various color patterns and colors. There are currently 35 natural hybrids and 46 recognized species of the genus Cattleya. These orchids are native to the tropics such as South and Central America.
Jasmine (Jasminum polyanthum) is a genus of vines and shrubs in the Oleaceae (olive) family. The flowers are usually 2.5cm in diameter and come in shades of yellow and white.
Jerusalem oak (Dysphania botrys) was previously classified in the Ambrosia genus, with the botanical name Ambrosia mexicana. The plant has several small, compact clusters of greenish-yellow flowers at the end of the stems that resemble a stinging nettle.
Native to the Southeastern United States, Jessamine (Gelsemium sempervirens) is a large vine for the landscapes. Jessamine grows 20 ft or more when cultivated as a vine. The fragrant, golden yellow flowers cover the finely structured cascading foliage from February through April.
Jupiter's Beard (Centranthus ruber) is well-known for its nearly uninterrupted flowering ability and extreme drought tolerance. This beautiful flower are loved for its ability to produce a showy white, pink, or crimson flowers tree, sometimes on barren soils from spring to frost.
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