Top 12 Incredible Flowers That Represent Change

Butterfly Bush:Butterfly bush is a genus comprised of 140 species of deciduous flowering plants that produce cone-shaped clusters of tiny aromatic flowers. 

 Crocus:Crocuses are a beacon of hope because they peep their head through the snow, indicating the beginning of a new season.

Daffodil:These flowers are associated with Narcissus because they resemble a face looking down, and they grow well near ponds, streams, and riverbanks. 

Hyacinth:These perennial flowers represent change because people give them as gifts to help refresh one’s home or as a symbol of new beginnings.

Hydrangea: Hydrangea is a genus of flowering plants native to the Americas and Asia. There are 100 species of hydrangea and the majority of them are in Japan, Korea, and China.

Iris:Irises belong to a genus of more than 300 varieties of flowering plants. It’s also a member of the Iridaceae family, just like the crocus flower.

Lily of the Valley:Lily of the valley’s popularity is largely attributed to its sweet aroma and meaningful symbolism. 

Lotus Flower:This aquatic flowering plant is native to Asia, but some varieties of this flower are found in North America, Iran, China, India, Japan, and Russia.

Morning Glory:Morning glory is a common name for over 1000 species of flowering plants that belong to the Convolvulaceae family, making them a distant relative of sweet potatoes.

Nasturtium:Nasturtiums comprise a genus, Tropaeolum, of around 80 species of perennial and annual flowering plants. These flowers are native to Central and South America. 

Scarlet Pimpernel:Scarlet pimpernel or red pimpernel is a popular wildflower that represents a shift in major life events.

Sunflower: Sunflowers are a genus of almost 70 types of flowering plants that are part of the Asteraceae family. Indigenous to South and North America, these flowers are known for their massive flowers and tasty seeds.

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