Flower coloring pages! These cool images were designed, specifically, for this website. You won't find them anywhere else! This website is a fun and informational place for kids and adults. So, I've dedicated an entire section just for free coloring sheets! In addition, find fun trivia and flower crafts!
These flower coloring pages can be gifts from the heart. Hang them
around the house or frame them. Decorate them by gluing glitter, sequence, ribbons or other items. Kids can be proud of their colorful,
artistic, creations! Print these cool images, now!
DIRECTIONS: LEFT CLICK to view. RIGHT CLICK to download & print.Tulip
FLOWER CRAFTS AT AMAZON!
* CAUTION! Some soap making kits use the melt and pour method. In this case, soap can get very hot! Never leave children alone making soap. Adult supervision may be needed. Read all directions, carefully.*
SUNFLOWER: (Shown top left) Grows 5 - 12 feet tall. It needs full sun, moist and well-drained soil to grow the best. Mature sunflowers, typically, face the east. Only young sunflowers track the sun, turning their orientation from east to west within one day. The inner florets of the sunflower mature into seeds. Sunflower seeds can be a tasty snack!
TULIPS: (Shown center) The most popular variety of tulips are the red varieties. There are over 3,000 varieties of tulips! Tulips are thirsty flowers and will drink a lot of water. Tulips bend and droop in the direction of light. They grow rapidly with a life span of 3 - 7 days. Tulips were once the most expensive flower in the world!
DAISY: (Shown top right) The daisy is made of two flowers: the disk floret and petal-like, white, ray florets. The common daisy has white petals and yellow center, but its petals can be pink or rose colored. The daisy symbolizes a friendly flower with purity, innocence and new beginnings. Daisies are found everywhere on Earth, except Antarctica.
FLOWERING PLANTS: There are approximately 250,000 different types of flowering plants on Earth.
TOP 10 EASY to GROW FLOWERS
FUN TRIVIA QUESTION
Can you name the parts of a flower? Find answers, click the link below!
HOW DOES a SEED BECOME A PLANT?