White flowers generally symbolize perfection, innocence, purity, and honesty. They also provide the perfect contrast to dark green foliage and other brightly colored flowers in the garden.
In this article, we discuss 16 types of white flowers. We talk about how to grow them, when they bloom, and much more.
Baby's Breath plants are fast-growing plants native to Europe, Africa, Asia, and Australia. It is commonly used in floral arrangements, wreaths, and bouquets as filler.
Nemesia is a small orchid-like bedding plant indigenous to Africa. It is commonly used as a ground cover or edging plant in landscaping.
Peonies produce large, sweet-scented white, coral, red, pink, or signature yellow flowers. However, they are mildly toxic to both pets and humans. So be cautious around them.