List of White Flowers in the world

“White is a shining and affirmative thing, as fierce as red, as definite as black… God paints in many colors; but He never paints so gorgeously, I had almost said so gaudily, as when He paints in white.”   -Gilbert Keith Chesterton

The color ‘white’ symbolizes purity, serenity, innocence, light, goodness, heaven, safety, brilliance, illumination, softness, and perfection. It is the symbolic opposite of black, or darkness. White things reflect grace and elegance, they soften the mood and fill the aura with gleams of positivity. It is one color that reflects back all the negativity and darkness, unlike black. This color is widely adorned by Brahma Kumaris, as a color of god and humanity. This color spreads the essence of divinity all around and so do flowers. Flowers are the most enlightening beautiful creation of God. Flowers can be seen in various colors ranging from black to purple to red to pink to yellow to blue but the flower that catches attention the most are white flowers. White flowers can be seen as a charm at weddings and baby showers, even for high school graduation wishes too. In the contrast, white flowers are also used in funerals to offer condolence.

These are some of the most beautiful white flowers in the entire world that one must know about

White Petunia:

Petunias consist of 35 true species worldwide. The hybrid Petunias are known to be found in almost any color known and the most traditional varieties are sprawling plants with white or purple blooms. These beautiful flowers symbolize one’s longing to spend time with someone they find soothing and peaceful to talk to.

White Petunia

Calla Lily:

Calla Lilies’ unique shape and pure bloom color are marvelous creations that brides often choose for their weddings. These enticing white flowers enhance the royalty of a bouquet when used in a flower arrangement and are symbols of tranquility and elegance.

Calla Lily


Like all other white flowers, Daisies symbolize innocence and purity. They are made up of white petals and a yellow center and grow on a smooth, leafless stem. This flower is also considered a sacred flower in Norse mythology.


White Daffodil:

Daffodils are symbols of true friendships. They are also known as ‘Lent Lilly’ in England due to their association with Lent. White Daffodils are typically flowers with six petal-like tepals surmounted by a cup- or trumpet-shaped radiance.

White Daffodil

White Rose:

White Roses symbolize beauty and represent love. White roses reflect the vibes of purity and peace. They also symbolize respect and are often used at funerals. White roses are true symbols of happiness and positivity too.

White Rose

White Tulips:

White Tulips are truly delightful to the eye. White tulips are spring flowers, which signify warmth, beauty, and new beginnings and are perfect for any occasion especially when one needs to ask for forgiveness.

White Tulips

White Carnation:

White Carnations are serene blossoms that stand for perfect love and innocence. These are perfect for a bouquet for Mother’s Day celebrations and wedding ceremonies.

White Carnation


Dahlias are enchanting white flowers with large, round heads formed by numerous spiky petals. These can be seen in a variety of other colors also.


White Hibiscus:

White Hibiscus are Hybrid flowers that symbolize the fleeting and beauty of fame or personal glory. These flowers grow on small trees and are huge, trumpet-shaped blooms with dark green leaves.

White Hibiscus


Flowers are dewdrops of positivity and beauty. These are beautifully adorned by women as Gajras and even used during religious ceremonies. These are also the highlight of every party’s decoration and all weddings. Flowers are also presented to the dear ones to portray our love for them. We might depart from them due to work and personal reasons but these little cherubs of nature always keep us connected to them. So, don’t think just send flowers online to India with a quick click and let your loved ones know that you love them.

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