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Types of Orange Flowers

Chrysanthemum​
Chrysanthemum​

The Meaning of the Chrysanthemum Flower Posted on November 6, 2013 by Kiersten Schulte The Chrysanthemum is the flower of the month for November, and this beautiful flower comes with a wide variety of meanings all across the globe.

Common ​Daisy​
Common ​Daisy​

Daisies are one of the most recognizable and common flowers. Nearly everyone can recognize the classic shape of a daisy: white petals surrounding a bright yellow center. However, there are thousands of varieties of daisies, ranging in size, shape, and naturally occurring colors.

Lantanas​
Lantanas​

Lantanas are useful as honey plants, and Spanish flag , L. lilacina and L. trifolia are sometimes planted for this purpose, or in butterfly gardening. Butterflies which are attracted to lantana flowers are most notably Papilioninae (swallowtail and birdwing butterflies).

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Marigold​
Marigold​

These flowers are yellow to orange and do not include red colored Marigolds. The Africans take longer to reach flowering stage than the French type. French Marigolds (Tagetes patula): Marigold cultivars in this group grow 5 inches to 18 inches high.

Poppy​
Poppy​

Orange poppies, papaver orientale, are easy to grow perennials that are well known for their bright and showy blooms. These flowers are celebrated across the globe and have been the inspiration of great artists such as Georgia O’Keefe and countless poets.

Silver Cock's ​Comb​
Silver Cock's ​Comb​

The cockscomb flower is an annual addition to the flower bed, commonly named for the red variety similarly colored to the cock’s comb on a rooster’s head. Cockscomb, Celosia cristata, traditionally grown in the red variety, also blooms in yellow, pink, orange and white.

Transvaal ​Daisy​
Transvaal ​Daisy​

The Transvaal Daisy has a large 3-5 inches wide bloom on leafless stems. Available year round, you can get these flowers in many different colors. The Transvaal Daisy has a large 3-5 inches wide bloom on leafless stems.

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Xerochrysum​
Xerochrysum​

Xerochrysum 'White Monarch' was a spontaneous garden hybrid that resembles 'Dargan Hill Monarch' but with white flower heads with orange discs measuring up to 8 cm (3 in) in diameter. Xerochrysum 'Lemon Monarch' resembles 'Cockatoo', but its lemon-coloured flower heads have fewer bracts. It has bushy foliage.

Zinnia​
Zinnia​

Zinnia is a genus of plants of the sunflower tribe within the daisy family. They are native to scrub and dry grassland in an area stretching from the Southwestern United States to South America, with a centre of diversity in Mexico.