Bright, bold and beautiful, yellow plants inject a good dose of sunshine into your garden and can do wonders to improve your mood. You should always have at least one plant that explodes with yellow shades in your garden, such as the Canna ‘Yellow King Humbert’ or a spiky yellow Bromeliad.

When it comes to yellow plants, you can never have enough and with shades ranging from pale vanilla to dazzling amber, you’ll always be able to find a colour that suits your home or garden perfectly.

Yellow plants by botanical name and common name:

anigozanthos, kangaroo paw
anthurium, painter’s palette, flamingo flower
begonia, painted leaf
capsicum, ornamental pepper
codiaeum, Joseph’s coat, croton
cymbidium, cymbidium orchid
euphorbia milii, crown of thorns
euphorbia pulcherrima, poinsettia
gerbera, barberton daisy, transvaal daisy
guzmania (bromeliad family)
hibiscus, china rose
ixora, flame of the woods
kalanchoë blossfeldiana, flaming Katy
lilium, lily
narcissus, tazetta, soleil d’or, paperwhite
oncidium, dancing orchid
phalaenopsis, moth orchid
primula veris, primrose
ranunculus, turban buttercup
vriesea splendens, flaming sword
zantedeschia, calla lily, arum

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