Top 7 Orange Flowers to Plant This Season

Snapdragons are bold, versatile flowers that thrive in containers, landscape borders, and make great cut flowers.


Gerbera daisies are perfect for those looking to add cut flowers to their garden. They boast symmetrically round flowers on dark green foliage.

Gerbera Daisy

Zinnias are low maintenance, sun-loving annuals that make great cut flowers too. They withstand periods of hot and dry temperatures.


Tithonia, also referred to as Mexican sunflower, are super easy annuals to grow. These flowers attract loads of pollinators and beneficial insects.


These sun-loving annuals have vivid fuzzy blooms and add an interesting texture to any setting. Celosia does well in warm and dry climates but can also withstand humidity and wet periods.


Orange cuphea, also known as the firecracker plant, attracts loads of pollinators and even hummingbirds, so planting these on deck borders or in butterfly gardens is your best bet.

Firecracker Plant

Marigolds bloom in shades of orange, red, and yellow. Creating a garden or landscape border with marigolds is popular amongst many gardeners as they attract beneficial insects.


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