What Are Different Types of Blue & Yellow Flowers?

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    What Are Different Types of Blue & Yellow Flowers?

    Many types of flowers come in blue or yellow with some combining the two colours. Some blue flowers appear more royal purple in colour. Yellow flowers vary from bright yellow to gold to yellow-orange.

    Many wild flower varieites have blue flowers. (blue flowers image by Sean MacLeay from Fotolia.com)

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    Hydrangeas are some of the best recognised blue flowers. In order to retain their blue colour, they require special hydrangea blue fertiliser.

    Hydrangeas have large, bulbous blooms composed of smaller flowers. (Blue hydrangea image by gnohz from Fotolia.com)

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    Clematis produce starlike flowers with a small white or slightly yellowish centre. Clematis flowers are much lighter than many other blue flowers.

    Clematis are tropical vines commonly compared to the passion flower. (clematis image by Falkenauge from Fotolia.com)

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    Daisies are most commonly associated with the colour yellow. Their flowers range in size from about the size of a fingertip to dinner plates.

    Daisys come with black, white or yellow centres. (daisy 1 image by David MacFarlane from Fotolia.com)

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    Marigolds have large, spherical flowers that range from bright yellow to golden to orange in colour. They have a very distinctive scent that is commonly used in cosmetics.

    Marigolds can have large double blooms or smaller single blooms. (marsh marigold image by Alison Bowden from Fotolia.com)

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    Irises come with both blue and yellow flowers. Many blue flowers are more purple in colour and have either yellow or white in the centre.

    Many blue irises have a yellow accent towards the centre. (Iris image by Kamila Rakowska from Fotolia.com)

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