35 Best Types Of Yellow Flowers You Will Fall In Love With

Do you want to add a nice twist to your garden?

Do you want to make it look more inviting and bright?

If the answer to one of those questions is ‘YES’, then you can choose some of the various types of yellow flowers out there.

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We compiled a list of 35+ dazzling types of yellow flowers with pictures. Moreover, we included essential growing information like sun and soil needs.

Find out which one of these gorgeous-looking flowering plants would fit best in your garden.

1. Yellow Rose

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I would start my list with the Queen of the yellow flowers. 

The yellow roses, also known as the symbol of good cheer, will surely fill your day with a great dose of sunshine (even when it’s rainy and cloudy outside).

Just keep in mind that they will need at least 5 hours of direct sunlight a day. In fact, that counts for all kinds of roses.

  • USDA Growing Zones: 2 to 11
  • Blooms In: Late Spring – Early Fall
  • Sun Exposure: Full Sun
  • Soil Needs: Well Drained Soil
  • Height: 1 – 10 feet
  • Perennial: Yes

2. Sunflower

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As you may all know, the sunflower has a brown center (filled with seeds) that is surrounded by a large, daisy-like flower face. It is basically like growing a smiley face in your backyard!  😀

For sure, the sunflower is one of the most popular yellow daisy type flowers that can be frequently found in solid wedding floral arrangements in fall. It adds spirit to the yard’s ambiance.

However, it does not have a strong memorable aroma.

Tip: In reality, the sunflower is one of the toughest yellow flowers types. But still, be aware not to over-fertilize.

  • USDA Growing Zones: 3 to 10
  • Blooms In: Early Summer – Early Fall
  • Sun Exposure: Full Sun
  • Soil Needs: Well Drained
  • Height: 1 – 3 feet
  • Perennial: Yes

3. Begonia

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Are you curious about the different types of yellow flowers’ meaning? If yes, let me tell you just a few of the various meaning of the gorgeous Begonia!

To start, it can be gifted to someone you are very grateful for something; it is also a symbol of peace, harmonious communication, and justice.

What is making the Begonia one of those yellow flowers that are hard to forget, is its petals’ buttery color and the rich texture.

Tip: Make sure the soil is being moisturized enough, however, do not overwater it. 

  • USDA Growing Zones: 8 to 10
  • Blooms In: Late Spring-Early Fall
  • Sun Exposure: Full Sun – Partial Shade
  • Soil Needs: Well Drained
  • Height: 0.5 – 1.5 feet
  • Perennial: Yes

4. Chrysanthemum

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Up to date, there are over 40 wild species of the Chrysanthemum. It is surely one of the most common and loved types of tropical types of yellow flowers. It comes in a huge variety of shapes and sizes.

When speaking of its meaning, this bedding plant symbolizes different things depending on the color.

For instance, the red one is a symbol of long life, love, and deep passion. The yellow Chrysanthemum, from the other side, symbolizes sorrow and neglected love.

Tip: Read more about pinching which is the most important technique for growing Chrysanthemum (or Mum).

  • USDA Growing Zones: 3 to 9
  • Blooms In: Mid Summer – Late Fall
  • Sun Exposure: Full Sun – Partial Shade
  • Soil Needs: Well Drained
  • Height: 1 – 3 feet
  • Perennial: Yes

5. Marigold

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Marigold is for sure one of the most splendid annual yellow types of flowers for watching. However, its smell is quite peppery and some of you might find it disagreeable.

Besides, it can bloom all summer long so your garden will sparkle even during the hot summer days.

Tip 1: Make sure you are allowing the soil to dry before watering again. 

Tip 2: Give your Marigold lots of direct sunlight.

  • USDA Growing Zones: 2 to 10
  • Blooms In: Early Summer-Mid Fall
  • Sun Exposure: Full Sun
  • Soil Needs: Well Drained
  • Height: 0.5 – 1.3 feet
  • Perennial: Yes

6. Yellow Pansy

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The Pansies are one of the most popular types of small yellow flowers. It is great for creating borders and ground covers in the garden.

It is loved for its charm, adaptability, and sweet aroma.

Some of the key meanings of the Pansy (Viola Wittrockiana) are free-spirit, loving thoughts, remembrance. The yellow Pansy symbolized the love and affection of one person to another.

Tip: Make sure you are watering your Pansies regularly. The drought is the main threat for them. 

  • USDA Growing Zones: 2 to 11
  • Blooms In: Spring
  • Sun Exposure: Full Sun – Partial Shade
  • Soil Needs: Well Drained
  • Height: 1 – 3 feet
  • Perennial: Yes

7. Yellow Calla Lily

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Calla lilies originated in South Africa, are very easy to cultivate perennial bouquets types of yellow flowers. Thanks to the arrowed-shaped foliage, they are very impressive and elegant without a doubt.

Their main advantage is the quick blossoming which comes only 5 to 8 weeks after planting.

They should be planted any time between February and June.

Tip 1: Do not overdose on the water, Calla lilies do not like soggy soil.

Tip 2: Do not display on direct light. 

  • USDA Growing Zones: 2 to 10
  • Blooms In: Spring – Early Fall
  • Sun Exposure: Full Sun – Partial Shade
  • Soil Needs: Well Drained
  • Height: 2 – 6 feet
  • Perennial: Yes

8. Black-Eyed Susan

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Do you want to plant some small yellow flowers that need minimal care? Then, choose the Black-Eyed Susan!

These yellow daisy-type flowers can cheer every garden. They match well with annuals and shrubs.

They are flourishing from the end of June until the beginning of the frosty winter.

Tip: Leave an adequate spacing between the plants and water at the soil level rather than watering from above.

  • USDA Growing Zones: 3 to 9
  • Blooms In: Late Summer – Mid Fall
  • Sun Exposure: Full Sun
  • Soil Needs: Well Drained
  • Height: 1 – 3 feet
  • Perennial: Yes

9. Yellow Tulip

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The tulips are tall yellow flowers that are able to attract small birds and gorgeous butterflies into your garden.

The most suitable time of the year to plant them is usually during September and October in the north and October and November in the south.

The meaning of the yellow tulip has progressed somewhat, from once symbolizing the hopeless love to now being a popular expression for sunshine and positive thoughts.

Tip 1: Tulips hate the excessive amount of water, so do not overdose if you want to enjoy them.

Tip 2: The best way is to plant them in full sun or partial shade.

  • USDA Growing Zones: 4 to 8
  • Blooms In: Spring
  • Sun Exposure: Full Sun
  • Soil Needs: Well Drained
  • Height: 0.5 – 2.5 feet
  • Perennial: Yes

10. Yellow Jasmine

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The bloom of the yellow version of the jasmine is just as alluring and fragrant as the other colors’. In fact, the name of this flower means ‘a fragrant oil from Persia’. 

It flowers from the beginning of April until mid-May. Perfect for any garden that needs a little twist!

Some of you might not know but the jasmine is one of the most poisonous yellow flowers on Earth. The body of every person poisoned by Yellow Jasmine becomes fully paralyzed yet remains conscious with eyes open.

  • USDA Growing Zones: 8 to 10
  • Blooms In: Summer
  • Sun Exposure: Full Sun
  • Soil Needs: Well Drained
  • Height: 5 – 15 feet
  • Perennial: Yes

11. Coreopsis

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The Coreopsis, also known as Tickseed, are clump-forming, tall yellow daisy type flowers. The delicate and bountiful blooms will make your garden one-of-a-kind!

The Tickseed blows best in full sun but it can also grow in partial shade.

If Deadheads are taken off, this flower will be the longest-lasting bloom in the garden, trust me!

  • USDA Growing Zones: 3 to 9
  • Blooms In: Late Summer-Mid Fall
  • Sun Exposure: Full Sun – Partial Shade
  • Soil Needs: Well Drained
  • Height: 1 – 3 feet
  • Perennial: Yes

12. Yellow Lily

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If you are desperately searching for different types of yellow flowers which are great for creating beautiful flower beds and shrub borders, I might have the right answer for you!  😉

The Yellow lilies are coming in different shapes and sizes. Their symbolic meaning is joviality…and in case you decide to plant some of them in your garden, they will surely brighten your day. Plus, they are never dormant!

Keep in mind that Yellow lilies, along with the other types of lilies don’t require watering on a daily basis. However, make sure to water them deep enough to reach the bulb.

Besides, skip out on the strong high-nitrogen fertilizers.

  • USDA Growing Zones: 4 to 8
  • Blooms In: Spring – Early Fall
  • Sun Exposure: Full Sun
  • Soil Needs: Well Drained
  • Height: 2 – 6 feet
  • Perennial: Yes

13. Yellow Dahlia

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This flower is commonly called “Yellow star” due to its one-of-a-kind large buttery blossoms in yellow.

Believe it or not, Dahlia goes to the group of the various types of cactus with yellow flowers. Their successful planting requires lots of direct sunlight and light shade during the extremely hot summer days.

It starts blooming from mid-July until frost.

The Yellow Dahlia is as beautiful displayed in a vase as planted around the house.

Fun fact: both dahlia flowers and tubers are able to be eaten. The tubers taste like a cross between a radish and a potato.

  • USDA Growing Zones: 8 to 10
  • Blooms In: Mid Summer – Early Fall
  • Sun Exposure: Full Sun
  • Soil Needs: Well Drained
  • Height: 2.5 – 5.5 feet
  • Perennial: Yes

14. Yellow Carnation

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The Yellow carnation falls in the group of the most commonly planted types of yellow annual flowers. They are coming in different colors and each of them has a totally different meaning from the other ones.

For instance, the Yellow carnation symbolizes disappointment. The pink one means “mother’s love”, while the red carnation symbolizes admiration.

As stated in a Christian legend, those flowers first appeared on earth as Jesus carried the Cross. Carnations sprang up from where the Virgin Mary’s tears fell as she cried over her son’s pickle.

When it comes to planting, make sure to keep the soil very moisturized. Also, the carnation’s foliage should not be exposed to direct heat, however, the plant surely needs some hours of full sun every day.

  • USDA Growing Zones: 3 to 8
  • Blooms In: Early Spring – Late Summer
  • Sun Exposure: Full Sun
  • Soil Needs: Well Drained
  • Height: 1.5 – 2 feet
  • Perennial: Yes

15. Yellow Daffodil

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Someone might say that Daffodils are quite funny yellow flowers as they look like a trumpet. Their blooms are a certain sign that the spring has arrived!

They can easily grow both indoors and outdoors. If you have an animal at home, be careful as the Daffodil is very poisonous to pets.

Besides, they are one of the most suitable types of yellow flowers for a rustic wedding as they are both unpretentious and splendid.

Tip: Make sure you are planting bulbs that are not already dried out. Also, the Yellow daffodil needs to be planted about 3 times deeper than its bulb’s height. If not, the plant will curve soon after blooming. 

  • USDA Growing Zones: 3 to 9
  • Blooms In: Spring
  • Sun Exposure: Full Sun
  • Soil Needs: Well Drained
  • Height: 0.25 – 2 feet
  • Perennial: Yes

16. Yellow Peonies

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The Yellow peonies are also called Goldilocks. With their opulent, large, rounded bloom, they embody romance and prosperity and are regarded as an omen of good cheer and peaceful marriage.  

These oddly looking, slightly fragrant yellow flower types are usually starting to bloom from the beginning of April until the end of June. Keep in mind that this period will last longer in a colder climate.

Make sure the soil is well-drained as the standing water will kill the Yellow peonies very fast.

  • USDA Growing Zones: 3 to 8
  • Blooms In: Spring
  • Sun Exposure: Full Sun – Partial Shade
  • Soil Needs: Well Drained
  • Height: 3 – 6 feet
  • Perennial: Yes

17. Craspedia / Billy Balls

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The cute Billy Balls, also knows as woolly heads, are perfect yellow flowers for gardeners looking for low-maintenance plants. They bear with most soil types, do not require constant watering, and are principally pest and disease resistant.

Exposure to direct sunlight is recommended, at least 6 six hours of direct sun helps the plant to bloom extensively.

Originally from Australia, the Craspedia belongs to the daisy family. It symbolizes good health.

  • USDA Growing Zones: 9 to 11
  • Blooms In: Spring – Summer
  • Sun Exposure: Full Sun
  • Soil Needs: Well Drained
  • Height: 0.4 – 1.5 feet
  • Perennial: Yes

18. Yellow Daisy

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(Yellow) Daisy, the 5th most common flower in the world, is basically composed of white petals and a yellow center but is coming in a wide variety of colors.

Daisies are delicate, long-lasting, perennial yellow flowers. Moreover, they do not require a lot of maintenance but a solid dose of direct sunlight.

I have searched for the symbolic meaning of the yellow daisies and it is cheerfulness.

  • USDA Growing Zones: 2 to 11
  • Blooms In: Mid Summer – Early Fall
  • Sun Exposure: Full Sun
  • Soil Needs: Well Drained
  • Height: 1 – 3 feet
  • Perennial: Yes

19. Yellow Yarrow

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I am a big fan of the Yellow Yarrow as it is an ancient aromatic herb with tons of healing properties! It is helping to reduce heavy menstrual pain, to lower high blood pressure, and to improve circulation in the body.

As a matter of fact, Yarrow was found amongst other medicinal herbs in a Neanderthal burial site in Iraq, which dates from around 60,000 BC.

It is considered a hardy perennial which is both drought and pest-resistant. If you plant some Yarrow in your garden, it will surely attract a bunch of majestic butterflies!  

  • USDA Growing Zones: 3 to 10
  • Blooms In: Mid Summer
  • Sun Exposure: Full Sun
  • Soil Needs: Well Drained
  • Height: 1.5 – 3 feet
  • Perennial: Yes

20. Yellow Hibiscus

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Talking about interesting types of yellow flowers, the Yellow Hibiscus is an eye-catching flowering shrub (can grow up to 30 feet high), originated from Hawaii. Its Hawaiian name is ‘maʻo hau hele’ which literally means “green traveling introduced hibiscus”.

It is a symbol of friendship and platonic love.

This tropical flower is sensitive to both drought and cold. Make sure they are regularly moist and preserved from temperatures below freezing.

  • USDA Growing Zones: 2 to 11
  • Blooms In: Summer – Spring
  • Sun Exposure: Full Sun
  • Soil Needs: Well Drained
  • Height: 3 – 7 feet
  • Perennial: Yes

21. Yellow Hyacinth

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The Hyacinth, also known as the “Yellow Queen”, is a splendid perennial that could be a great choice if you want to refresh your garden. It looks amazing planted in a combination with all types of yellow flowers.

The Yellow Queen comes in a wide variety of colors and each of them has a different symbolic meaning. The yellow one, for instance, symbolizes jealousy, while the blue one (the most popular one) stands for sincerity.

Plant the bulbs in the fall, 4-inches deep.

Note: Keep in mind the fresh bulbs of the Hyacinth are very poisonous and could irritate the skin. 

  • USDA Growing Zones: 4 to 9
  • Blooms In: Spring
  • Sun Exposure: Full Sun
  • Soil Needs: Well Drained
  • Height: 1 – 3 feet
  • Perennial: Yes

22. Yellow Zinnia

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Zinnias, or Yellow Ruffles, are surely the most popular bright yellow flowers. You can create a true rainbow in your garden by combining various colors of Zinnias, from flaming red to baby pink.

Those flowers are fast growers.  After the big frost, you can directly sow them during the early spring. Then you can seed the second batch in mid-summer, to have fresh new plants blooming into the autumn.

Those types of yellow flowers do not have just one meaning but many such as thoughts of friends, courage, daily remembrance, generosity, and lasting affection.

Tip: Yellow Zinnias are rather easy to grow annual flowers. Remove dead heads to ensure continued blooming and fertilize slightly.

  • USDA Growing Zones: 2 to 11
  • Blooms In: Summer – Mid Fall
  • Sun Exposure: Full Sun
  • Soil Needs: Well Drained
  • Height: 1 – 3 feet
  • Perennial: Yes

23. Yellow Freesia

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Yellow Freesia are elegant types of yellow flowers that open in the morning. They originate from South Africa and stand for innocence and friendship.

However, they can grow both indoors and outdoors, keep in mind they prefer dry summers and winter temperatures above 20F.

Knowing when to plant the bulbs is the key to success. If you are living in a warmer region, you can plant them in the autumn. If the climate in your region is cooler, then plant bulbs in the mid-spring.

  • USDA Growing Zones: 2 to 9
  • Blooms In: Spring
  • Sun Exposure: Full Sun
  • Soil Needs: Well Drained
  • Height: 0.5 – 1 feet
  • Perennial: Yes

24. Golden Rod

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Goldenrod, or Solidago, is one type of yellow annual flower with strong healing properties and several health benefits. It is a natural diuretic and anti-inflammatory.

Besides, it is not the most typical garden flower. The blossoms of the Solidago attract a lot of insects, the most pleasing to people being colorful butterflies.

The blooming starts at the end of the summer and continues until mid-fall. Goldenrod needs well-drained soil and a solid amount of full sun.

  • USDA Growing Zones: 4 to 8
  • Blooms In: Summer – Early Fall
  • Sun Exposure: Full Sun – Partial Shade
  • Soil Needs: Well Drained
  • Height: 1 – 8 feet
  • Perennial: Yes

25. Yellow Ranunculus

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Yellow Ranunculus, originating from Asia, is also known as Buttercup and Coyote’s Eyes. This plant is celebrated for its various healing features.

Further, Buttercup comes in different colors and each color carries a specific symbolic meaning with itself. Yellow ranunculus, for instance, stands for radiant charm. This flower is ideal for those who want to express their affection to their partner.

The Buttercup’s blooms are full of petals. Make sure to provide well-drained soil.

  • USDA Growing Zones: 4 to 7
  • Blooms In: Spring – Mid Summer
  • Sun Exposure: Full Sun
  • Soil Needs: Well Drained
  • Height: 0.5 – 3 feet
  • Perennial: Yes

26. Yellow Butterfly Bush

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Compared to all different yellow flower names, the Yellow Butterfly Bush is my favorite one!

It is a late summer bloomer that has bright yellow blooms with an orange center and rounded edges. Vivid color is accented with silvery, tight foliage.

This eye-catching shrub can grow 8 feet high, producing long thorns of solid colorful blooms. The plant is drought -tolerant and prefers direct sun rather than shady spots.

Awesome cut flower! And as its name implies, butterflies love these blooms!

  • USDA Growing Zones: 5 to 10
  • Blooms In: Summer – Early Fall
  • Sun Exposure: Full Sun
  • Soil Needs: Well Drained
  • Height: 4 – 10 feet
  • Perennial: Yes

27. Yellow Primrose

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Yellow Primroses (Oenothera) are native to North America.

Fragrant and flashy, they are small yellow flowers that come in a rainbow of hues and may stand 3 inches high to over 2 feet high, depending on the sort.

The formula for the successful growing of primroses is partial shade + cool weather + moisturized soil (similar to the one for growing almost all different types of yellow wildflowers).

  • USDA Growing Zones: 3 to 8
  • Blooms In: Spring
  • Sun Exposure: Partial Shade
  • Soil Needs: Well Drained
  • Height: 0.5 – 1.5 feet
  • Perennial: Yes

28. Yellow Snapdragon

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Continuing the list of yellow flower types, here comes the Yellow Snapdragon, also knows as lion’s mouth, calf’s snout and toad’s mouth.

Basically, it’s a perennial plant that varies in size from 5 inches to 3 feet tall and needs well-drained soil and direct sunlight. It origins from southern Spain and North Africa.

Similar to other yellow flowers, the Yellow Snapdragon has a very complex analogy. From one side, this flower symbolizes inner strength in difficult circumstances. On the other side, snapdragons are being used as a charm against falsity.

  • USDA Growing Zones: 9 to 10
  • Blooms In: Summer – Early Fall
  • Sun Exposure: Full Sun
  • Soil Needs: Well Drained
  • Height: 1 – 3.5 feet
  • Perennial: Yes

29. Yellow Water Lily

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Yellow water-lilies are perennials with strong rootstocks and both immersed and floating oval foliage.

This splendid flower prefers full sun, however, it can grow successfully in partial shade. Their blooming period is between mid-June and August.

If you have a tiny decorative pond in your backyard, or even a pool of water (that you don’t use to swim in), the yellow water-lilies are a perfect choice for twisting your landscaping a bit.

  • USDA Growing Zones: 2 to 11
  • Blooms In: Late Spring-Early Fall
  • Sun Exposure: Full Sun – Partial Shade
  • Soil Needs: Moist
  • Height: 0.2 – 0.5 feet
  • Perennial: Yes

30. Prickly Pear With Yellow Flowers

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The Prickly Pear, often named nopal, is one of the popular perennial treelike types of cactus with yellow petals. It grows up to 18 feet (5.5 m) in height.

The fruits of this plant are widely used for fighting diabetes, high cholesterol, obesity, and hangovers. The Prickly Pear is also promoted for its antiviral and anti-inflammatory features.

This species needs full sun and a warm climate so make sure you are living in an area with suitable conditions for growing the exotic nopal.

  • USDA Growing Zones: 2 to 10
  • Blooms In: Mid Spring – Mid Summer
  • Sun Exposure: Full Sun
  • Soil Needs: Well Drained
  • Height: 3 – 15 feet
  • Perennial: Yes

31. Yellow Iris

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Here comes another stunning yellow plant, the Iris flower! Natively from Europe, it is named after the Goddess of the rainbow.

Up to date, the world knows about 100 varieties of Yellow Iris. It is a herbaceous perennial that blooms from late summer until the late fall.

The iris would be an ideal addition to borders, flower beds, bushy city gardens, and cottage yards.

It stands for passion and was often used by Victorian suitors to display their depth of feelings.

  • USDA Growing Zones: 3 to 9
  • Blooms In: Early Spring-Early Fall
  • Sun Exposure: Full Sun
  • Soil Needs: Well Drained
  • Height: 0.25 – 5 feet
  • Perennial: Yes

32. Yellow Gerbera

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The Yellow Gerberas are appreciated perpetual yellow flowers not only for their phenomenal beauty but also for the belief that they radiate colossal bliss.

They have originally come from South Africa and fall in the group of the yellow daisy type flowers. They are often reaching heights of 8 to 24 inches.

Similar to the other kinds of flowers and plants, each color of the Gerberas has a different meaning. For instance, the vibrant yellow color stands for friendship and happiness.

Important: Gerbera daisies need full sun and well-drained soil. 

  • USDA Growing Zones: 8 to 11
  • Blooms In: Early Spring-Early Fall
  • Sun Exposure: Full Sun
  • Soil Needs: Well Drained
  • Height: 1 – 1.5 feet
  • Perennial: No

33. Perennial Geranium

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Compared to the majority of yellow types of flowers, the Perennial Geranium is extremely easy to grow. A moderate fertile, well-drained soil and a solid amount of direct sunlight is everything that is needed.

These flowers have a peppery smell, seed easily and have a long blooming period from early summer to early fall.

I was very surprised to find out that there are more than 300 of species of geraniums that differ in size, shape, and color.

When speaking of symbolic meanings, the most common ones of the Perennial Geranium are gentility, true friendship, and melancholy.

  • USDA Growing Zones: 4 to 8
  • Blooms In: Early Summer – Early Fall
  • Sun Exposure: Full Sun
  • Soil Needs: Well Drained
  • Height: 0.5 – 2.5 feet
  • Perennial: Yes

34. Yellow Hellebores

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The Yellow Hellebores, also known as a Yellow lady, is a beautiful perennial winter flowering plant that needs full sun (but also can successfully grow in partial shade).

The Yellow lady stands for calumny and scandal (quite negative meaning compared to the rest of the yellow flowers we have talked about so far 😐 ).

Note: It can surely make a splendid flower cut but keep the following in mind – all parts of the Yellow Hellebores can be very toxic if ingested and can provoke eye and skin irritation.

  • USDA Growing Zones: 4 to 8
  • Blooms In: Late Spring – Summer
  • Sun Exposure: Full Sun
  • Soil Needs: Well Drained
  • Height: 0.5 – 1.5 feet
  • Perennial: Yes

35. Yellow Orchid

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The Yellow Orchids are of the most popular perennial decorative yellow flowers that come in a wide variety of sizes.

They stand for fertility, majesty, and greatness. In ancient Greece, orchids used to symbolized virility. Moreover, Greek women believed that if the father of their expected child ate large, fresh orchid tubers, the baby would be a boy.

Due to their enormous elegance, these bright colored flowers are being used for wedding and ceremonial decoration.

  • USDA Growing Zones: 2 to 8
  • Blooms In: Early Spring-Early Fall
  • Sun Exposure: Full Sun
  • Soil Needs: Well Drained
  • Height: 1 – 2 feet
  • Perennial: Yes

So now that you are familiar with the symbolic meanings attached to the most popular yellow flowers, it makes planting flowers all the more mindful.  Enjoy the natural beauty and spread positive vibes by gifting a yellow flower bouquet to your dear ones.

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