Flowers Starting with T
There are many types of flowers starting with T such as Tassel flower, Tares, Tansy, Throatwort, Tiger lily and more. Explore them all flower names begin with T and their descriptions below.
The Tassel flower is a small, intriguing plant on the front edge, producing tiny scarlet-orange pompoms that appear to float in mid-air when viewed from a distance. Also known as Cupid's shaving brush or Emilia, the tassel flower is a genus of over 100 species in the Asteraceae family found primarily in the tropics of the Old World.
Teasel (Dipsacus spp.) is a genus of plants from the Caprifoliaceae (honeysuckle) family. Members of this genus are typically known as teazle or teazle. The flowers are white, purple, lavender, or dark pink. Dipsacus species are endemic to North Africa, Asia, and Europe. The genus name Dipsacus is a Greek word meaning thirst.
Intricate and delicate, Throatwort (Trachelium caeruleum) dazzles with its thick cushions of blue-violet flowers and gives any garden or flower arrangement an elegant, lace-like charm. The flowers come in shades of white, green, pink, purple, and blue, but the flowers of the white varieties age more quickly.
Thunbergie has been called "the most gorgeous vine in the world" by some. This blooming, twisted vine looks like morning glory from a distance, and the flowers are similar up close. Thunbergia grandiflora is a vine in the Acanthaceae family. There are 100 to 150 species of flowering plants in the Thunbergia genus.
Tricyrtis affinis is a perennial Japanese plant of the Liliaceae. This species is endemic to Japan and can grow to a height of 30-60 cm. The flowers of Tricyrtis affinis are white with purple spots. The flowers have six free tepals in two whorls. Tricyrtis is a symbol of fertility.
Trientalis borealis is a star-shaped perennial wild-flowering plant native to the North American forests that bloom from May to June. Each stem has a whorl of 5 to 9 lance-shaped leaves at its end, with 1 or 2 white, green, or brown flowers on smaller stems extending from the center of the whorl.
Cite This Page
BioExplorer.net. (2022, June 29). Flowers Starting with T. Bio Explorer. https://www.bioexplorer.net/plants/flowers/t/.
BioExplorer.net. "Flowers Starting with T" Bio Explorer, 29 June 2022, https://www.bioexplorer.net/plants/flowers/t/.
BioExplorer.net. "Flowers Starting with T" Bio Explorer, June 29 2022. https://www.bioexplorer.net/plants/flowers/t/.