Check out the most attractive White Flowering Shrubs in India that you can grow to add elegance and beauty to your garden.
These White Flowering Shrubs are the most popular ones you can grow in India. They complement well with different colored flowers and look great in the gardens!
Have a look at the most charming white flowers in India here
White Flowering Shrubs in India
1. Jasmine / Mogra
The tiny white flowers of jasmine exude a mesmerizing fragrance. It does well in the year in the tropical climate of India and is at its peak season in summers.
2. Crepe Jasmine / Chandani
The evergreen shrub blooms pinwheel-like white flowers sporadically year-round. This tropical beauty dwells happily in full sun to partial sunlight.
3. White Roses / Gulab
This low-maintenance shrub gets full of white flowers that emit an intoxicating fragrance in the surroundings. It also attracts bees and butterflies in the garden.
4. Gardenia / Gandhraj
Gardenia can be trained as a privacy screen, hedges, or borders. These flowers are strongly scented and grow either solitary or in a small cluster.
5. Oleander / Kaner
Oleander appears in an array of pink, yellow, orange, red, and white hues. The flowers are at their peak during summer and create a floral mat beneath the tree upon shedding.
6. Plumeria / Champa
Milky white flowers of plumeria have a beautiful yellow hue at the center. The flowers are highly fragrant and bloom abundantly in tropical climatic regions with full sun and dry conditions.
7. White Hibiscus / Gudhal
The trumpet-shaped white flowers of hibiscus look magnificent with other flowering plants in the garden. The shrub continues to bloom throughout the summers.
8. White Bougainvillea / Gaganbel
Coming in a broad spectrum of colors, including white, pink, yellow, and orange, the woody and climbing shrub adds an aesthetic appeal to the garden.
9. Night Jasmine / Paarijaat
Five petaled white flowers of night jasmine fill the air with its heady fragrance. It is undoubtedly one of the most fragrant plants you can grow in India.
10. Devil’s Trumpet / Datura
The trumpet-like flowers of datura bloom during nighttime and fade the next day. Besides its cluster of large flowers, the fruit known as datura has lots of significance in Hindu culture.