Flowers Starting With The Letter B

Looking for a way to brighten up your day? Well, we have the perfect solution! With so many blossoms starting with the letter B, it’s no surprise that there are a few we missed.

Although this article contains numerous of them, we apologize if I forgot any! 

Here is a list of beautiful flowers that start with B, categorized by annuals and perennials for your convenience, ranging from lovely native wildflowers to majestic roses.

This article will teach you about different flowers that start with the letter B. We know that this is going to make your day because flowers are one of the most popular ways people show their love and appreciation. 

You can find many varieties in shops or online, but here are some of our favourites:

flowers that start with 'B'

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Baby's Breath

The baby’s breath is a white flower. It grows on the ground and it looks like cotton balls. It is used in bouquets and arrangements because it looks pretty. The baby’s breath flower is a common flower that is used in many parts of the world, however, it originates from South America.

Baby's Breath

Bachelor's Button

The bachelor’s button is a small white flower that grows on the ground. It looks like a little bouquet and it comes in three petals. These flowers are very common because they grow everywhere, however, mostly around fields and pastures. Some people even call them cornflowers or bluebottles.

Bachelors Button

Balloon Flower

The balloon flower is a gorgeous blue/purple flower that looks like hot air balloons. It also has little purple spots on it. The balloon flowers are used in bouquets, arrangements and centrepieces by many people because they look so pretty. This beautiful plant grows out of the ground and can grow up to four feet tall if planted right!

Balloon Flower

Bee Balm

Bee balms usually come with either white or pink petals and they smell delicious – almost like mint! They may be small, but this wildflower packs a big punch when comes to attracting pollinators such as bees and butterflies (hence its name). There are various types of bee balm available including red bergamot, lemon bergamot, and wild bergamot.

Bee Balm

Begonia

Begonias are a type of flowering plant that comes with big, pretty flowers. They can be red, orange or yellow and they look like roses. These plants come from South America and Asia but you can find them all over the world!

Begonia

Bellflower

The bellflower is very similar to the bluebells. They are both tiny, delicate flowers that grow on the ground and look like bells or tulips. This flower comes in different colours but mostly purple, white or pink so they can be used for all occasions!

Bellflower

Bergenia

The bergenia is a very unique flower that comes with large leaves. It looks like the elephant ear plant but it has flowers on top of its head, which is big and purple. This plant can be used for any occasion because of its dark colouring!

Bergenia

Black-Eyed Susan

A black-eyed Susan looks pretty much exactly what you think it would – a small yellow flower with little dark eyes. These flowers were named after African slaves who brought them up north because they reminded them of where they came from (Africa).

Black-Eyed Susan

Blanket Flower

The blanket flower is a beautiful purple and yellow flower that looks like it has flames coming out of its head. The petals point outward, making them look like rippling blankets or water waves! These flowers are mostly used for bouquets and arrangements because they come in various sizes and usually bloom together in areas where there is lots of shade.

Blanket Flower

Blazing Star

Blazing stars are beautiful, bright flowers that come in various colours like yellow and blue. They look great when they grow together because there is usually one flower with a different coloured star (petals). These flowers can be used for almost any occasion due to their unique appearance!

Blazing Star

Bleeding Heart

The bleeding heart comes in two varieties: the red-and-white variety and the pink/red variety. It looks very similar to an actual beating heart because it has little strings coming out of each side. This plant was named after the resemblance of its shape to hearts that bleed or beat quickly when you touch them which makes them perfect for Valentine’s Day!

Bleeding Heart

Bluebells

Similar to the bellflowers, these guys also tend to give off a very strong scent that makes you feel happy. These flowers are mostly used for bouquets because they come in various colours including pink, white and blue!

Bluebells

Blue-Eyed Grass

The blue-eyed grass is a very unique flower that has one petal with the same name. It comes in different colours like purple, white or pink and looks great together! This plant also grows on the ground so it tends to look smaller which makes it perfect for bouquets.

Blue-Eyed Grass

Blue Star Flower

The blue star Flower is a delicate looking plant that comes with bright white petals and has little yellow/blue stars in the middle. This wildflower can be used for any occasion because it looks great on its own or mixed together!

Blue Star Flower

Bouvardia

The Bouvardia is a very pretty plant that has small, red/purple flowers on top of its head. They can also be used for any occasion because they come in different colours!

Bouvardia

Buddleja

The Buddleja is a plant with bright purple flowers that bloom together, making them look like little explosions. These plants are mostly used for bouquets and arrangements because they grow in large groups!

Buddleja

Bush Morning Glory

Bush morning glory is a common flower that has bright blue/purple flowers with little yellow stars. They are mostly used for bouquets and arrangements because they come in various sizes but usually bloom together!

Bush Morning Glory

Buttercup

The buttercup is a very delicate looking plant that mostly comes in yellow. It also has little green leaves with three petals coming out of the centre which makes it look like you’re holding onto tiny, golden balls! Buttercups are usually used for bouquets and arrangements because they come in various sizes but bloom together nicely!

buttercup
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