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Top 20 Flowers That Start With H (With Pictures)

Do you like flowers? A lot of people find them to be pretty, as well as romantic gestures which can show emotion. If you want to know more about flowers beginning with the letter H, keep on reading! You’ll be amazed by their beauty and variety.

1. Which Flowers Start With The Letter H?

There are loads of different kinds of flowers, shrubs and trees that start with the letter H. Some have common names beginning with H, others have scientific names beginning with H. In this article, expect to find the following flowers and information about them:

  • Hypericum
  • Hydrangea
  • Honeysuckle
  • Hibiscus
  • Hellebore
  • Helenium
  • Heather
  • Heavenly bamboo
  • Hebe flower
  • Heliotrope
  • Hepatica
  • High mallow
  • Hollow root
  • Hollyhock
  • Horned violet
  • Hosta flower
  • Hyacinth
  • Hybrid tuberous begonia
  • Henbane
  • Hardy primrose

2. How To Take Care Of Flowers?

Each flower is unique in its own way. You should adjust your approach based on the kind of flower that you have in your home or garden. Here are some simple steps to take:

  • Clean the vase every day
  • Fill it with cold (but not very cold) water
  • Remove any foliage that will sit below the waterline
  • Trim about 2-3cm from the bottom of the stems at a 45-degree angle

If you plan on plating a flower, you should:

  • Keep the plant moist but never overwater it
  • Go for a location with the right amount of light and shade depending on the flower type
  • Remove any dead flowers or leaves at the right moment

3. What You Need For At-home Maintenance?

Most at-home maintenance tools and approach options are pretty simple. You don’t have to have a lot of tools to keep your flowers alive. If you have several minutes to spare on a daily basis, you’re going to enjoy the process of maintenance and keeping your flowers alive. In most cases, you will need:

  • A trowel or spade
  • Fresh soil
  • Canister (watering can)
  • Fresh water
  • Rake
  • Scissors

Top 20 Flowers That Start With H

1. Hypericum Flower

Yellow hypericum flowers are so fun and one of the most common summer flowers! Do you enjoy its shine? The Hypericum is a fall flower in some countries, but is available year-round in warmer climates. It can look gorgeous when combined with different floral options. Ask your florist for some tips when it comes to bringing this species to life!

The plant has leafy stems that are 24 to 36 inches in length and has round berries which grow in clusters at the top.

2. Hydrangea Flower

Hydrangea Flower

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Hydrangeas will look so good when planted in your garden. It is not too high-maintenance as a flower either. The hydrangea blooming season depends upon the type and cultivar as well as your planting zone. You can find it on every continent except Antarctica. You will enjoy it subtle scent, as well as the fact that the flower is quite practical to maintain. Most of your friends or neighbours probably already have Hydrangea at their homes.

There are around 70-75 varieties of hydrangea.

3. Honeysuckle Flower

Honeysuckle is such an unusual flower. You’ll be amazed by its beauty. Climbing honeysuckles can be deciduous, semi-evergreen or evergreen, depending on the variety. All honeysuckles will grow in most soil types but prefer a well-drained, humus-rich soil.

Honeysuckle is a plant that is sometimes called “woodbine.”

4. Hibiscus Flower

Hibiscus Flower

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This light pink hibiscus looks so cute and simple. If you like flowers that are extravagant you’re going to like this one. You can also use this flower as a tea flavoring, which is one of the most common and gentle solutions used in old-school, herbal medicine. Hibiscus is a soft flower that you’re going to love, especially those with pale colors for home decorating purposes.

Hibiscus develops large, trumpet-shaped flower without scent.

5. Hellebore Flower

Hellebore Flower

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The hellebore flower is an unusual yet stunning flower that will show its full beauty in the fall! Hellebores can be planted in the spring or fall. Some species are slow to develop and may require two seasons before they bloom. If you enjoy unusual and truly unique kinds, this beauty will suit you. It has that unique renaissance vibe and a lot of monochrome colors that will attract looks.

Hellebore species are most highly concentrated along the Mediterranean Sea.

6. Helenium Flower

Helenium Flower

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Helenium flowers are so popular in our gardens. It is an upright, clumping, perennial wildflower that grows 3 to 5 feet tall and 2 to 3 feet wide. Native to both North America and Europe, you’re going to love it in your surroundings. If you want something that is easy to plant but will attract a lot of attention, try this!

Helenium is a genus of about 40 species in the family Asteraceae, native to the Americas.

7. Heather Flower

Heather is common in many locations around the world. The heather flower appears in mid-summer to mid fall. It is a low growing ground cover shrub. It enjoys sandy, earthy base soils. This shrub and its simple appearance will easily blend with your bouquets.

Heather flowers bloom in late summer.

8. Heavenly Bamboo

Heavenly Bamboo

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A cute pink pop of colour and an unusual bamboo flower that is not your typical go-to. You’ll enjoy this in your backyard for that unique vibe that is rare to find. Shorter cultivars of heavenly bamboo plants, such as Woods Dwarf and Harbour Dwarf, usually reach about 18 inches (45.5 cm).

Heavenly bamboo is native to China, Japan, and India.

9. Hebe Flower

Purple flowers such as this one will add beauty to any garden. Make sure that you pair it along with some yellow or white flowers to round off your bouquet. While the flowers are pretty, some species are actually grown for their foliage. Most grow around 1-1.5m high and wide, with a naturally rounded shape and small, dense leaves.

Hebe is a genus of plants native to New Zealand.

10. Heliotrope Flower

Heliotrope Flower

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A shrub that you’re going to like at any point during the year for its elegance! A fun and helpful tip: If you want to grow heliotrope as a houseplant, use a standard garden pot with a diameter of 18 inches.

Small, shrub-like plants, heliotrope flowers grow from 1 to 4 feet high (0.5 to 1 m).

11. Hepatica Flower

Hepatica Flower

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Such a unique flower! Add a pop of blue and enjoy this floral beauty in a vase or planted in the garden. The dark green, glossy foliage is smooth and leathery with dense hairs on the undersides of the leaves. Also, it has star-shaped flowers on hairy stems that emerge in early spring – typically in mid-April through mid-May before the trees leaf out.

Hepatica was once used as a medicinal herb.

12. High Mallow Flower

High Mallow Flower

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Plant this purple/white flower in your garden for a beautiful show of color. Because of its anti-inflammatory and antiseptic properties, mallow flower extract is especially helpful for treating acne and skin irritation. This is why you can find it in a lot of skincare or makeup products. It is not overpowering and it won’t cause irritation or breakouts.

The plant is considered to be a guardian of the house.

13. Hollow Root Flower

A hardy outdoor plant that you will spot outside in nature. This flower is known scientifically as Corydalis cava. This gorgeous beauty can grow 24-36 in. (60-90 cm). If you like softer flowers and truly feminine options, this will suit you.

You’ll find this purple flower in most parts of Europe.

14. Hollyhock Flower

Find this beauty in its full blossom mid-summer. Hollyhock is known scientifically as Alcea rosea. This old-fashioned plant has absolutely caught the hearts of many. It can also grow from 3 to 8 feet. Enjoy loads of different colorful options when planting it. Stick with your favorite kind and show off its beauty.

This is a genus of over 80 species of flowering plants in the mallow family Malvaceae.

15. Horned Violet

Horned Violet

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Give it time and be gentle when it comes to this gorgeous bright blue flower. The soil should be rich in humus, loose and permeable, so that waterlogging does not happen. Make sure that you are gentle with it and its planting since it is a fragile flower.

Horned violet is perennial, herbaceous plants that impress with a long flowering period.

16. Hosta Flower

Plant this beauty and give it the required attention. It will blossom best if you give it plenty of sun. They are also known as Plantain lilies. You should know that every hosta plant grows flowers if maintained in the right way.

Hostas bloom for about three weeks, usually somewhere between May and September.

17. Hyacinth Flower

Play with different kinds of colors. You will find this gorgeous beauty in lots of shades. Do not overwater this flower! They must have cold temperatures of 40 to 45°F for at least 12 to 14 weeks in winter. Hyacinths bloom just once per year (in the spring), but they will happily bloom again in subsequent years if provided with the proper care.

The Hyacinth bulb produces a dense, compact spike of flowers 6-12 inches (15-30 cm) tall.

18. Hybrid Tuberous Begonia

Hybrid Tuberous Begonia

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There is a lot of different species of this flower out in nature. There are several common types of begonias, including tuberous begonias, rex, angel wings, wax, and winter-flowering varieties. Picking out just one to plant may take some time & patience, but we recommend this hybrid!

Begonia can grow from 8 inches to 2 feet in height, depending on the species.

19. Henbane Flower

Henbane Flower

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If you enjoy unique and mystical-looking flowers you’re going to adore this plant! This flower is known scientifically as Hyoscyamus spp. The Greeks and Gauls poisoned their arrows and javelins with a decoction of henbane. They can be tricky to handle or poisonous if not handled the right way. However, if you want the best of the best and something that is really unusual to find, give it a go with Henbane!

The plants grow up to 36 inches tall and have hairy leaves that are sticky to the touch.

20. Hardy Primrose Flower

Hardy Primrose Flower

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A cute yellow and orange color combo that will look the best in your garden, but can also look good in a bouquet. Primrose is available in 400+ species. This flower will bloom early spring to late summer. Once it blooms you will enjoy it for 6 months straight.

 

Any Flower Lovers Out There?

If you are a true flower lover and you want to buy or plant some of these gorgeous flowers, give it a go! You will enjoy at least one of these flower ideas. Which one looks the best according to you? Let us know!

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