Flower names in German

Discover interesting background information about the names of German flowers. What are the names of roses in German? Which site is suitable for exotic species of flowers?

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Flower names in German
Flower names in German

Flower names in German

Allium

Allium

Allium belongs to the Amaryllis family and is striking thanks to its wonderful large flower balls.

Amaryllis

Amaryllis

Amaryllus is a really wonderful flower. It comes from the tropics and subtropics – for example in South America.

Anemonen

Anemonen

When we say "anemone", we usually mean wooden anemones, whose beautiful leaves flutter at the slightest breeze.

Astern

Astern
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The star belongs to the sunflower family and has about 150 subspecies. It blooms between late summer and autumn.

Astrantia

Astrantia

The main astronomical star is probably better known to most people as the Great Star. It belongs to the umbelliferae family.

Bartnelke

Bartnelke

Sweet cloves are known from many typical home gardens and belong to the family of cloves.

Calla

Calla

What a stylish impression! Cala inspires the youngest with her delicate and very graceful floral head. Both are in the garden.

Celosia

Celosia

The most famous species of Silosia are Silusia Argentina, or Brandshoppf. This name is due to the appearance of the flower which is very reminiscent of the flame.

Christrosen

Christrosen

Large white flowers for Christmas open at a time that we do not expect at least: in the middle of winter. It shines brightly during the darkest days of the year.

Chrysanthemen

Chrysanthemen

When summer slowly approaches its end and autumn approaches by great strides, we can look forward to beautiful tulips again. Your name.

Craspedia

Craspedia

Craspedia is a genus of the family Asteraceae. The genus includes about 25 to 30 species and is native to Australia and New Zealand.

Dahlien

Dahlien

The dahlia, which belongs to the sunflower family, is one of the most famous garden plants in Germany. It means luxury and diversity.

Disteln

Disteln

Thistles are generally considered part of the chrysanthemum family and inspire us with their appearance in the most diverse species and genera.

Enzian

Enzian

Gentiana delights us with a magical blue color and a unique flower shape. But the beauty of the Alpine region is not only striking in blue.

Euphorbia

Euphorbia is mainly known as the scallop and belongs to the family of scallop plants. Worldwide there are about 2000 different.

Fackellilen

Lily tornado, also known as rocket flower, belongs to the weed tree family. Lily Torch owes his name.

Färberdistel

Safflower was already used in dyeing fabrics in ancient Egypt and is still used today. But in the meantime.

Fetthenne

With more than 400 species, the cydom plant belongs to the family of thick leaves (Crassulaceae). Most species are native to the Northern Hemisphere.

Freesien

Freesias already shows their importance by their appearance: many graceful flowers that glow in dense colors unfold on thin stems.

Frühblüher

The last part of winter in particular, when the Christmas lights are present, often seems endlessly long and cold. The greater the joy.

Gerbera

Red, yellow, orange, pink, pink, white – gerbera comes in almost every imaginable color and sometimes the flower shines in two different degrees.

Germini

Germini is a subspecies of gerbera and differs only from its older sister in the size of a flower.

Ginster

A few decades ago, the importance of the bell was as a garden shrub and as part of a larger bouquet than it is today. However, the bell is currently witnessing.

Gladiolen

The tulip amazes with its majestic appearance and unique color variety. Dream-like flower heads line up the trunk and remind us of each other.

Gloriosa

Gloriosa is also called the crown of fame and belongs to the Eternal Family. It occurs mainly in the tropics and subtropics and is used for

Goldrute

Goldenrod (Solidago) is also called Goldenrod and belongs to the family of chrysanthemums. There are about 100 different species, most of which are in

Guernseylilie

The genus Guernseylilie (Neride) is a genus within the Amaryllis family. The species 25 or so is native to South Africa and can reach a height of 50 cm.

Hortensien

When hydrangea flowers begin to bloom, they are difficult to miss due to their large and magnificent flowers. Do you want a real catchy.

Hyazinthen

They rise proudly and sublime and appear small and royal at the same time: lilies are fascinated by their intense aroma as well as their delicate colors.

Inkalilie

Inca lily (Alestromeria) belongs to the Inca lily family. Its native South and Central America, as well as Australia and New Zealand.

Iris

The iris is also known as the iris and belongs to the family of iris. There are about 280 species found in the Northern Hemisphere.

Jungfer im Grünen

The girl with a green color belongs to the buttercup family. The addition means "Damascene" in its Latin name "coming from Damascus".

Kalanchoe

Fiery colors, long life span and easy care: these points make Kalanchoe a particularly popular houseplant.

Lavendel

More than 30 species of lavender belong to the mint family. The genus Lavender originally comes from the Mediterranean.

Leberbalsam

The genus "Leberbalsam" consists of about 40 species and belongs to the sunflower family. Its original habitat is the New Tropical Region.

Lilien

Tulips are a really wonderful flower: they look as elegant as they are – they come in a variety of shades.

Lisianthus

The genus Lisianthus consists of only three species and belongs to the Gentiana family. It is native to the United States, Mexico, South America and the Caribbean.

Loewenmaeulchen

Snapdragons are very popular houseplants – both in the garden and on the balcony, they are not only very resistant, but thanks to their color diversity.

Margeriten

Daisies belong to the family of chrysanthemums. The genus consists of 42 species, all of which are native to Europe.

Milchstern

The milk star belongs to the asparagus family. It was allocated to the tulip family and there has been disagreement about it ever since.

Montbretien

Montbretia belongs to the family of iris. Sex includes from 7 to 12 species depending on the concept of sex

Nadelkissen

The pointed pillow has an unusual appearance with very long and very narrow stamens that are straightened like a pointed pillow and.

Narzissen

They glow in yellow and white in late winter and at Easter: daffodils are among the most popular early pants.

Nelken

The scientific name of the cloves is "Dianthus" and means "Zeus flower". The flower of the gods, not only because of the splendor of their colors.

Orchideen

Orchids around the world are famous for their beauty, unusual flower forms and bright colors. Your is more intense.

Pfingstrosen

Every year we look forward to finally replenishing peony flowers in May and June. With peony, summer comes slowly but steadily and gardens.

Phlox

Phlox comes from the barrier grass family. Native to North America, there is only one species – Siberian phlox – also found in North Asia.

Protea

The genus Protea belongs to the family of the silver tree and includes 114 species. It is native to South Africa.

Ranunkeln

With its many beautiful petals, buttercups – typical early pants – shine in subtle, bright and strong colors and give way to winter gray.

Rittersporn

Larkspur is a genus within the buttercup family. larkspurs belong to about 300 to 350 species, which are found almost everywhere.

Rosen

The rose has been called the "Queen of Flowers" since ancient Greece. The beauty of the fork has been cultivated as an ornamental plant for more than 2,000 years.

Santini

Santini is a subgroup of chrysanthemums that, with approximately 30 to 40 species, belong to the family of chrysanthemums. It is from several crossroads.

Schafgarbe


The botanical name of the yarrow is Achillea and belongs to the family of chrysanthemums. It occurs as a perennial herbaceous plant or a lower shrub.

Schleierkraut

Wild gypsuma usually grows in poor soils, such as sandy hills, railway lines and similar sites. The flowers are mostly white, but there are also differences.

Schmucklilien

The ornamental lily also known as agapanthus belongs to the family of amaryllus. Originally from South Africa, it feels like summer.

Schneeball

The snowball belongs to the musk grass family. There are about 100 to 200 species, depending on the supply, mainly in Europe, East Asia, Central and North America and

Sonnenblumen

Hardly any other species embodies summer like sunflower. Perhaps it is its yellow color or the shape of the flower that resembles summer.

Sonnenbraut

The genus Helenium, also known as the bride of the sun, belongs to the family of chrysanthemums. It includes 32 species found in North, Central and South America.

Strandflieder

The genus Sea Lavender includes about 300 to 350 species. It belongs to the family of the main root and occurs on all continents.

Strelitzien

Strelitzia is a genus within the Strelitzia family. It includes only five species, all of which are native to South Africa. Among these species are three species of small trees, and.

Thlaspi

Thlaspi is a relatively small and new genus in the Crusader family. The sex was broader and inclusive.

Traubenhyazinthe

Grape hyacinth forms its own genus in the asparagus family. The genus includes about 50 species found in Europe, but also in.

Tulpen

Tulips are one of the most famous flowers. It glows in almost every imaginable color, blooms with the full power of spring and.

Wachsflower

The wax flower (also called "the flower of the candles", the wax flower (also called the "wax flower" or "wax flower") belongs to the myrtle family. It is home to

p" or "wax flower") to the myrtle family.

Zauberglöckchen

Magic bells belong to the family of eggplants. They are cultivated plants, so they do not originally grow wild. They are descended from petunia flowers.

Parts of the flower in German

  • Venus – die Blüte
  • Bud – das Blatt
  • Seeds –der Samen
  • Trunk – der Stengel
  • Fork –der Stachel

الزهرة البيضاء بالالماني

weiße Blume

معنى زهورات بالالماني

Blumen

The types of flowers are varied, as well as their meanings. You may have heard about the fact that red roses are intended for lovers. Why this is true and the types of flowers you use to convey the right message are part of this floral lexicon.

The names of flower species often hide interesting stories. What does sapphire have to do with unfulfilled love, and what happened to the animona nymph who gave anemone its name? This article is part of the German learning series.

The sources

Dictionary of flowers: types of flowers from A to Z

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