African Flowers Varieties

African Flowers Collection

1. African Daisy
(Gerbera jamesonii)
Family of Compositae

Charming cut flowers

Indoor house plant and
out door potted flowers

Love sunny and half shadow
Blooming from late spring
to late summer

Suitable for a balcony or a
terraced back yard

Commonly seen in Asia

African Daisy in dark pink
Gerbera jamesonii in medium pink
African flower in soft pink
Two sweet pink Daisy flower in bloom
Daisy Gerbera in peach
Indoor cut flower in pink
Purple pink Gerbera jamesonii
Lovely African daisy in orange

2. African Lilies
Belongs to Agapanthaceae family
Outdoor cut flowers
Clusters of lily a-like flowers
Love a sunny place
Blooming in summer
Great for any flowers borders

Blue Agapanthus aficanus
Perennial plants under
frost free condition.

Agapanthus aficanus is blooming gracefullyBlues

Agapanthus campanulatus
Purplish blue
Perennials without frost

Purplish blue African perennials flower

Agapanthus Headbourne hybrid
Perennial plant
Required slight winter protection
With smaller strip form of green leaves

The stem is about 75 cm in length
Blue trumpet shape of flowers
about 5cm in length

Love sunny place and a warm position

Happy with any type of soil,
but not too wet

Small trumpet flowers from Africa

Agapanthus orientalis 'albifloris'
Pure white clusters of flowers

Agapanthus orientalis 'albifloris' in a big cluster

3. African Violets
Family of Gesneriaceae
Kaaps viooltje in Dutch
Flowers in various colours
Commonly appeared in pink,
purplish, white, or both

There are plain, half filled and full filed blossoms. Some with fancy petals too.

Indoor house plant
Everlasting evergreens
Love 15 to 17 °C growing temperature

Perfect for office gardening
Love plenty of light

African Violets with creamy white and soft purple

Full filed blue blossoms with
white edge fancy petals

Five dark and soft purple petals warm feeling blossoms

Five plain deep purple petals

African flowers almost fully filled with dark purple colour

Whole flower in pure violet blue

A few plain brilliant violets from Africa

Five medium blue petals

Plain blue wide opened African blossoms

White with purple fringe petals

Special type of African flowers

Pure purple

African Violets in pure reddish purple

A cluster of pure white
African Violets

White with purplish tinted petals

Cheerful purple white indoor flowers  in full bloom

More African Flowers

4. Gazania Flower
Afrikaanse Gazannia in Dutch
Belongs to Compositae family

Annual flowers in the cold location
Excellent golden yellow colours
with brownish red strips

Warm weather drought-tolerant plant

Butterfly beloved
Can grow in containers

Suitable for a terraced backyard,
and window balcony

Flower open widely under full sun,
and flowers will close its petals in the evening

Blooming continuously from mid-summer to early autumn

African Gazania in solid yellow red colour

5. Marigold
Afrikaantje in Ducth
Belongs to Compositae family

Love every type of soil
Preferred a sunny location in your garden

Average plant height is around 60cm

Flowering from June to October

Remove spent flowers can prolong the blooming time


Warm weather cheerful container blossoms

Tagetes-erecta 'Gold-galore'

Tagetes-erecta in different form

Tagetes-erecta 'Orange Jubilee'
Grote afrikaan in Dutch

A Tagetes-erecta in full bloom

Tagetes-patuda 'Rusty Red'

African marigold in yellow and red highlight

Also known as French Marigold
South African plant

Annual in a cold location;
perennials in a warm place

Flowers in orange and red highlights
from late spring

Love full sun
Best for rock gardens
Great for containers and borders

Ursinia flowers are blooming joyfully

6. Sauromatum-venosum
Dark brown elegant looking flower

Blooming under high temperature with an unusual odor

Dislike heavy wind
Can also be grown in water
Blooming in the second year

An elegant designed flower from Africa

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