There is nothing more glorious than brown flowers blooming in the garden! Check out these Best Brown flowers on our list.
The brown flowers symbolize warmth and a homey feeling, making a perfect companion on your low days. Brown flowers also represent determination, stability, strength and grit. In this list, we mention the best brown flowers with images!
Also, check out these Succulents with Pink flowers!
1. Bearded Iris
Botanical Name: Iris Germanica
The gorgeous blooms of the Bearded iris last long and make the surrounding come alive. Flowers come in many hues, including blue, purple, white, orange and brown. One stunning brown bearded iris is Givendale showcasing pale brown-tan tones!
2. Angel Amber Kiss Pansy
Botanical Name: Viola cornuta ‘Angel Amber Kiss’
Bronzy orange-brown blooms of Angel amber are a sight to withhold! It’s a hybrid between Pansies and Violas and brings the best of both. Perfect as ground cover, rock garden, border plant and even for containers.
3. Aloe-leafed Cymbidium
Botanical Name: Cymbidium aloifolium
Commonly found in the regions of North-East India and the Andaman, aloe-leafed cymbidium bears reddish-brown blooms. Prized for the showy flowers, it thrives in warm conditions.
4. Antler Orchid
Botanical Name: Dendrobium Discolor
Antler orchid’s wavy petals and sepals give its blooms a unique appearance. Flowers can be light brown, reddish brown, dark brown or yellow.
5. Chocolate Cherry Sunflower
Botanical Name: Helianthus annuus ‘chocolate cherry’
Chocolate cherry sunflower is a stunning sunflower variety with petals having chocolate-brown hues. Due to the long vase life, it makes an excellent cut flower. In the garden, it makes attracts bees, butterflies and other pollinators.
6. Boat Orchids
Botanical Name: Cymbidiums ‘Charlie brown’
Be it cut flowers or corsages for a unique occasion; boat orchids are a prized possession. Blooms grow on long arching flower spikes and come in shades of white, orange, brown, pink and yellow.
7. Carolina Allspice
Botanical Name: Calycanthus floridus
Carolina allspice also goes by the name Sweetshrub and the strawberry bush because of the fragrant blooms. Flowers range from dark red to maroon to brown in hues. You can prune this shrub and grow it as a hedge plant in the garden.
8. Tropical Hibiscus
Botanical Name: Hibiscus rosa-Sinensis
Large, showy Tropical hibiscus flowers come in many colors, including brown. Blooms last for a day but grow throughout the blooming season. In cold regions, you can plant them in containers and bring them indoors during winter!
9. Prairie Coneflower ‘Red Midget’
Botanical Name: Ratibida columnifera f. pulcherrima ‘Red Midget’
Ratibada columnifera has unique blooms with downward petals and a central cylindrical spike. It blooms from summer to autumn and has reddish petals with outer yellow edges. The central cone starts as green and turns reddish-brown.
10. Cattleya velutina
Botanical Name: Cattleya velutina
Hailing from Brazil, the yellowish-bronze blooms of Cattleya are covered with reddish-burgundy spots. Another striking feature is the white lip covered with purple stripes.
11. Horned Leaf Hakea
Botanical Name: Hakea ceratophylla
Lobed leaves and flowers covered with white or rusty-brown hairs make hakea stand out. It’s native to the southwest regions of Western Australia.