Flowers in June

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If months are to be represented by flowers, then the month of June will definitely be represented by a rose. Rose, one of the most famous flowers in the world, is the birth flower of June. Rose has more than a hundred of varieties and that means all types of roses can be used as the symbol for this month.

Rose and Its Different Meanings

All flowers have meanings behind it, and that is also true with the variety of roses. The most common, yet the most popular variety of rose is the red rose which symbolizes true love. When one gives a red rose flower to a special someone, the message that person wants to give is none other than “I love you.” The pink rose represents the feeling of happiness, while the white one symbolizes purity, innocence, and cleanliness. However, not all rose varieties have positive meanings behind them, for the yellow variety of rose signifies jealousy, decrease of love, or falling out of love for someone.

June-The Perfect Month to Grow Flowers

June is actually the start of the summer. That makes it a perfect month to plant and grow flowers because the longest days of the sun will benefit them. Most of the lovely flowers enjoy the sunshine, and so June is very ideal to start planting and growing one due blazing summer temperatures and fertile and rich soils. Sun-loving flowers are brighter in colour that aids in making the garden attractive. Flowers that are grown in the month of June either complement the beauty of existing flowers in the garden, or simply stand out on their own.

Cosmic Red Cosmos

With a clumping growth habit and a fast growth rate, the cosmic red cosmos is one of the best flowers to grow in the garden in the month of June. Its unique colour of red petals with a hint of yellow shade in the centre never fails to attract the butterflies, which adds more character to the garden. This type of flower requires full sun, making it perfect for the summer months. What also makes it easy to grow is its ability to grow and thrive in any zone.


Daylilies have different shades that spell vibrancy. Its colours include pink, purple, orange, peach and deep red, to name a few. Some varieties of daylilies also have a combination of colours, which make this flower unique and appealing. It can grow in any soil type but it must have a full sun to make it healthy. It is easy to plant, grow and maintain, that is why beginners always find ease in planting daylilies.

Shasta Daisy

Shasta daisies come in pure white colour with a bright shade of yellow at the centre. This flower, originally from northern California, grows up to six to twelve inches in height. Since growing Shasta daisy requires heat of the sun, the month of June makes it an ideal time to plant and grow it. It is very easy to maintain and blooms consistently and its beauty can even last all throughout the summer season.

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SNO Flowers Name Flowers Common Names Flowers Description
1 Allium flowering onion star-shaped flower‚ Tight or loose‚ round clusters of small on long smooth
2 Alstroemeria peruvian lily miniature lilies‚ with spotted or striped markings‚ shaded colour‚ or
3 Amaranthus love lies bleeding Amaranthus are not well-known as cut flowers in the
4 Ammi queen Anne's lace Ammi has the same flower shape as
5 Anigozanthos kangaroo paw Anigozanthas has long furry‚ velvety buds that open the tip of the stems
6 Anthurium flamingo flower Their unmistakable glossy heart-shaped flower
7 Bouvardia Bouvardia Bouvardia are certainly not common flowers. If you study them closely‚ you find
8 Carnation Carnation The carnation isone large flower per stem‚ or a spray carnation with lots of
9 Cattleya Orchid corsage orchid The leaves are sold as Orca
10 Celosia cockscomb Celosia leaves are not very decorative or longlasting and are best removed
11 Chincherinchee Chincherinchee Their flowers‚ bell and star-shaped‚ are showy and sometimes very
12 Chrysanthemum ox-eye daisy The chrysanthemum is depicted on Japan's imperial weapon and
13 Craspedia drumstick Craspedia is Small‚ golden globular head tightly packed with florets on long‚
14 Crocosmia montbretia Crocosmia are rich orange tube shaped
15 Curcuma Curcuma Curcuma is actual small flowers are found in the lower green bract. It has a sweet and
16 Dahlia Dahlia The native forms are quite simple and daisy-like‚ but breeding has resulted in some
17 Delphinium Delphiniums Delphiniums and larkspur make good dried
18 Dendrobium Orchid King orchid Sprays of 10-12 dainty flowers on slender stems‚ often like daffodils in
19 Eryngium sea holly The plant has deepy-cut leaves shaped like holly‚ and sometimes just as
20 Eucharis amazon lily Each stem bears at least two flowerheads and often up to
21 Freesia Freesia Freesias are among the most popular and widely grown cut flowers in the world‚ with
22 Gerbera transvaal daisy Gerbera are little hairs on the stem act as gerbera?s leaves‚ so if they are put
23 Gypsophila baby's breath Gypsophila has many slender branching stems‚ each bearing many tiny button-shaped
24 Heliconia species lobster claw The variety shown here has upright facing flowers; some forms‚ called hanging
25 Hydrangea Hortensia Hydrangea are small‚ star-shaped flowers packed closely together to form a rounded
26 Hypericum st john's wort Remove the leaves as these fade quickly and are not as ornamental as the
27 Iris Bearded The popularity of irises over the centuries has been demonstrated in the still life
28 Kniphofia red-hot poker The downward-pointing flowers open from the bottom of the stem upwards‚ revealing
29 Lily lilium The lily was the holy flower of the ancient
30 Limonium sea lavender Limonium flowers look stunning en masse‚ by themselves or as an ideal
31 Lisianthus eustoma Lisianthus has been one of the most popular flowers exhibited by the Flowers & Plants
32 Moluccella bells of Ireland Moluccella is bell shaped calyxes enclosing the tiny real white fragrant flowers inside
33 Nerine guernsey lily The nerine is an elegant and dainty flower with long stems showing off the slender petals
34 Oncidium Orchid golden shower orchid Delicate sprays of tiny flowers‚ shaped like skirted dancing
35 Paphiopedilum Orchid lady's slipper orchid One or two flowers per stem‚ shaped like helmets with moustaches
36 Peony peony Peonies are very thirsty flowers‚ so make sure you top up the vase or
37 Phalaenopsis Orchid moth orchid Sprays of up to 15 large waxy flat oval-shaped flowers on long
38 Phlox Garden Phlox Phlox are very thirsty flowers so keep the water topped
39 Pink Pink Pink is aFour rounded petals with a distinctive eye‚ on a greygreen
40 Protea sugarbush The flower is surrounded by colourful
41 Rose rose The red rose is the symbol of England and is worn on St George's Day. It is also the
42 Rudbeckia coneflower Large yellow daisy-like flower head with a domed
43 Scabious scabious Scabious are close relatives of the teasel‚ though you wouldn't know it to look at
44 Sedum stonecrop Sedum are succulent-leaved plants with large flat
45 Snapdragon snapdragon The Antirrhinum is reminiscent of English gardens with the tall stems grouped amongst
46 Stock stock Stock is a Tall‚ strong stem with a cluster of sweet-scented‚ double flowers
47 Strelitzia bird of paradise Purchase Strelitzia when the first flower bud is fully
48 Sunflower Common Sunflower Sun flower is large flower head with usually a big dark centre and bright yellow
49 Sweet Pea sweet pea Sweet pea Keep cool‚ always in water‚ and away from ripening
50 Trachelium blue throatwort TracheliumClustered panicles of tiny
51 Tuberose tuberose Tuberose is therefore more commonly used in bridal
52 Vanda Orchid Vanda Orchid Vanda orchid is Elegant five petalled flowers‚ several to a
53 Viburnum Opulus Black Haw Shrub‚ with heads of globular lace-cap type flowers‚ from pale green to
54 Zantedeschia arum The petals are fleshy and very easily bruised‚ take care when transporting or
55 Zinnia Zinnia The straight stems are topped by a pom-pom of bright candy