Some common types of flowers include daisies, geraniums, daisies, hydrangeas, iris and violets. In addition, roses, lavender, sunflowers, tulips and morning glories are frequently cultivated varieties of flowers.
Geraniums are available in a variety of types and colors. The plants bloom in early summer, growing in full sun or partial shade. Geraniums grow up to 18 inches tall.
Daisies are classic white flowers that are bright yellow in the center. The plants flourish in full sun or partly shady areas. Daisies can grow up to 3 feet tall.
Hydrangeas bloom in various colors, including blue, pink and white. The flowers grow in large bunches and grow best in partly sunny areas. Hydrangeas bloom in early summer and can grow up to 6 feet tall.
Violets grow best in cooler weather and are usually a deep shade of purple. Reaching up to a foot tall, they usually do well in partially shady or fully shaded areas. The sweet smelling blooms are also edible.
Iris flowers bloom in many colors; shades of lavender are very common. The buds also come in a variety of sizes. The best places for growing iris are fully sunny regions. The plants reach up to 3 feet tall.