How many of the Best Yellow Flowers in India can be named? Don’t worry if that’s challenging; this list will help out!
If you want to have the most beautiful garden, begin with Yellow Flowers! These blooms bring bright colors to your lawn and can be helpful in many ways.
Best Yellow Flowers in India
1. Marigold (Genda)
Botanical Name: Tagetes spp.
Gendas are in rich yellow and orange tones and are a symbol of purity. Farmers grow these blossoms all over India, but they are more prominently grown in the southern states.
2. Sunflower (Surajmukhi)
Botanical Name: Helianthus annuus
Did you know these yellow flowers can follow the sun’s movement? Sunflowers were introduced from North America and are now widely found in Maharashtra and Karnataka.
3. Yellow Hibiscus (Gudhal)
Botanical Name: Hibiscus flavus
4. Golden Shower Tree (Amaltas)
Botanical Name: Cassia fistula
Amaltas trees are full of cascading yellow flowers and are grown across the country. They are local to the Himalayas and symbolize springtime. They turn golden just before falling.
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5. Yellow Oleander (Kaner)
Botanical Name: Thevetia peruviana
6. Chrysanthemum (Guldavdi)
Botanical Name: Chrysanthemum morifolium
Guldavdi comes in many shades, with yellow being one of the prettiest. They’re easy to grow, have medicinal properties, and are often seen in hills and cooler regions.
7. Dahlia (Dahaliya)
Botanical Name: Dahlia pinnata
For those seeking Indian yellow flowers that can truly be enjoyed, Dahlias are an excellent choice. They’re wonderful for bouquets, bloom from December to April, and have edible tubers.
8. Calendula (Gule Ashrafi)
Botanical Name: Calendula officinalis
Calendulas have yellow-orange flowers that look like daisies and have an herbal scent. They grow easily in Indian cooler regions – Uttarakhand and Himachal and are helpful in Ayurveda for healing skin irritations.
9. Yellow Jasmine (Peeli Chameli)
Botanical Name: Jasminum nudiflorum
Jasmine are tiny star-shaped flowers can be pale or deep yellow in shade and have a sweet fragrance. Chameli is cultivated in many parts of India but is mostly found in Tamil Nadu and Karnataka.
10. Yellow Passionflower (Jhumko Lata)
Botanical Name: Passiflora lutea
These flowers have a fringed appearance and a faded canary color. They often grow wild along the Western Ghats and in North Eastern India.
11. Persian Yellow Rose
Botanical Name: Rosa foetida
These have double blooms and bright yellow petals. The plant is quite common in all of West Asia and grow wild in Ladakh and Lahaul.