list of dried flowers

Dried Flowers are indeed numerous. Dried Flowers are a great craze for flower lovers. Dried flowers!!! A wonderful world altogether. Whether it be home decoration or any special event like weddings or birthdays... dried flowers form a part and parcel.

Following is a list of dried flowers (which can be used in used in bouquets, pressed flower pictures, or potpourri, or on hats, wreaths, kissing balls, shadow boxes, hearth brooms, shaker boxes, window ornaments, door swags, etc.) with reference to their common and scientific names as along with a brief description about them-

List of Dried Flowers

Common Name Scientific Name Comments
Achilia Achillea filipendulina Widely used as a dried flower accent
Acroclinium Helipterum roseum Suitable for air-drying
African Daisy Lonas inodora Suitable for pressing and burying
Ageratum Lonas inodora Suitable for pressing
Amaranth Amaranthus caudatus This is an excellent flower because the pendant plumes are a rich red when dried it keep their natural colour. The long drooping flower with the green leaves adds a nice whispy touch to a bouquet
Ammobium Ammobium elatum A very nice dried flower accent used in clusters or single point of pure white daisies
Anaphalis Anaphalis margaritacea Enhances the beauty of a dried flowers arrangement
Annual Statice Limonium sinuatum The collection of blue flowers is brilliant with their evergreen leaves, a stunning combination
Anthemis Anthemis kelwayi
Armerias Armeria maritima
Artemisia Artemisia albula Also popular as ´Silver King´. Wreaths made with artemesia are simply great
Baby's Breath Gypsophila paniculata It has stiff woody stems with dried flower blossoms
Blue Globe Thistle Echinops ritro Beautiful, dense, blue, spiny globe-shaped dried flower heads on sturdy stems
Blue Hydrangea Hydrangea paniculata The name is derived from a Greek description of the shape of the seed heads that were thought to resemble Greek water vessels
Blue Salvia Salvia farincea Suitable for pressing and burying
Boxwood Buxus sempervirens
Brome Grass Bromus madritensis
Broom Bloom Cytisus scoparius Excellent for dried flower filler offering an array of colour
Bunny Tail Lagurus ovatus
Canary Grass Phalaris canariensis Enhances the beauty of a dried flowers arrangement
Chili Peppers Capsicum spp. Again this item can be put on beautiful display and them whenever you need that extra lift in a dish just pluck to taste
Everlasting Helichrysum petiolatum
Everlastings Helichrysum bracteatum
Feverfew Chrysanthemum parthenium A beautiful white flower that looks very similar to the daisy and chamomiles, having a yellow center disk with white rays
Flax Linum usitatissimum
Gyp Gypsophila paniculata
Golden Ageratum Lonas inodora
Hare's Tail Lagurus ovatus Grass variety, suitable for drying
Honesty Lunaria annua Popularly known as ´Money Plant´, suitable for drying
Lamb's Ear Stachys byzantina A dried product of the silver-gray, velvety foliage that is soft and fuzzy, like a lambs ear
Larkspur Delphinium consolida Light pink, true blue or white shaded dried flower blooms densely set along tall, tapering spikes
Lavender Lavandula adentata Lavender´s sweet scent and pretty little blue flowers are very enchanting
Lemon Leaf Gaultheria shallon Enhances the beauty of a dried flowers arrangement
Lepto Leptospermum laevigatum In the spring they are most attractive with a profusion of white or pinkish flowers which retain their colours even as dried flowers
Linium Linum usitatissimum
Lona Lonas inodora
Love-in-the-Mist Nigella damascena It has a delicate and lacy covering from where the beautiful name. These soft, pastel green pods also have vertical lavender stripes
Love-lies-bleeding Amaranthus caudatus
Marguerite Daisy Anthemis kelwayi
Matricaria Chrysanthemum parthenium
Millet Setaria macrochaeta Mixed with grasses for a stunning ´textured´ dried flowers arrangement
Monkshood Aconitum napellus Enhances the beauty of a dried flowers arrangement
Mugwort Artemisia albula
Nigella Nigella damascena Also known as ´Love in the Mist´ because of its delicate and lacy covering
Oats Avena sativa The oats add texture to any dried flowers arrangement
Penny Thlapsi arvense It is a strongly scented herb that has light blue to light lilac colored flowers that fork whorls along the main stem
Pearl (The) Anaphalis margaritacea
Pearly Everlasting Anaphalis margaritacea The flower heads are very small but several occur on each stem. Each one consists of many pearly white papery bracts surrounding the tiny yellow flowering part in the center
Phalaris Phalaris canariensis
Poppy Pods Papaver somniferum
Quaking Grass Briza maxima
Rodanthe Helipterum manglesii Loose white to soft pink dried flowers 1-2 inches across. Rodanthe is a nice bright dried flower accent
Salal Gaultheria shallon The leaves are perfect for wreaths or floral swags
Sea Oats Uniola paniculata
Sea Thrift Armeria maritima
Sea Pinks Armeria maritima
Silver Dollars Lunaria annua
Snow Ball Hydrangea paniculata
Strawflowers Helichrysum bracteatum Combining these dried flowers with wild apple and pomegranate,an excellent arrangement can be generated
Sunflower Helianthus spp.
Sweet Annie Artemisia annua
Tassel Flower Amaranthus caudatus
Tea-tree Leptospermum laevigatum Tea tree is not only great to have as an oil to enhance your skins life, it also looks charming. It adds height to a foyer display or a large public display
Transformer Nigella orientalis
Wheat Tritacum spelta cv.
Winged Everlasting Ammobium elatum
Wormwood Artemisia albula
Yarrow Achillea filipendulina It has flat umbels of small white dried flowers with a more open appearance. Yarrow is a nice large dried flower head used as a dried flower accent
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