10 Flowers That Start With W

These are the different kinds of flowers with name and image for you to view. This is a list of flower names that begin with the letter W. Emphasis is placed on common and easy to grow kinds.

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Common Flower Names Beginning With W.

Wallflower

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Wandflower

Sparaxis tricolor, known by the common names wandflower, harlequin flower, and sparaxis, colorful flowers which are bi- or tri-colored with a golden center and a small ring of brown surrounded by another color.

Wandflower. (Spraxis).

Water Avens

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Waterlilly

Waterlily. (Nymphaea).

Watsonia

Native to South Africa, Watsonia species were introduced as garden ornamentals to Australia in the mid-19th century and were widely grown by the 1940s. 

Waterlily. (Nymphaea).

Wax Plant

It gets its name because of the waxy appearance of the flowers and leaves.

Wax Plant. (Hoya carnosa).

Wedelia

Wedelia. (Sunflower Family).

Weigela

Weigela. (Caprifoliaceae Family).

Whipple’s Cholla

The dried fruit of this cactus ground into a flour, mixed with ground cornmeal and made into a mush.

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Whirling Butterflies

Whirling Butterflies. (Gaura).

Wild Rose

Wild Rose. (Rosaceae Family).

Wild Violet

Other common names include common meadow violet, purple violet, the lesbian flower, woolly blue-violet, hooded violet, and wood violet. 

Wild Violet. (Viola sororia).

Willow Bell

Its flowers are cup-shaped and can be either lilac-blue or white.

Willow bell (Campanula persicifolia)

Winged Monkey Flower

Mimulus alatus, the sharpwing monkeyflower, or winged monkey flower is native to North America and its blooming season is from June to September. 

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Winged monkey flower (Mimulus alatus)

Wishbone Flower

It is also called the bluewings or Torenia fournieri.

Wishbone flower (Torenia Fournieri)

Witch Hazel

The fruit of witch hazel can be yellow, red or orange. The North American species are occasionally called winterbloom.

Witch Hazel (Hamamelis)

Woolly Violet

Woolly Violet. (Viola sororia).