The world's most Instagrammed flower has been revealed — do you have it in your garden?

Cameras at the ready...

Flowers and fabulous photos are a pairing as old as time. And social media site Instagram is the vehicle many people now turn to, to show off these stunning snaps.

Now new research from SerenataFlowers — the UK’s leading online florist — has revealed which bloom has most bowled over Instagram users, according to the number of times its hashtag has been used.

flower vase

(Image credit: Future PLC/Claire Lloyd Davies)

Claiming the number 1. spot in the top ten ranking is '#rose', which has been used on Instagram more than 32 million times, a figure which has tripled since October 2016 (when it was used 10.9 million times).

The full list reads as follows:

1. #rose – 32,230,239

Bunch of white and red roses

(Image credit: Future PLC/Polly Eltes)

2. #cherryblossom - 6,902,637

3. #tulip - 5,510,760

4. #sunflower - 5,017,926

Sunflower garden

(Image credit: Future PLC/Amateur Gardening)

5. #daisy - 4,261,896

6. #orchid - 3,019,203

7. #lily - 2,825,846

8. #hydrangea - 2,079,882

Vase of flowers with figs on table

(Image credit: Future PLC/David Brittain)

9. #peonies - 2,006,050

10. #iris - 1,632,902

Commenting on the findings, Lucia Polla, marketing manager at, said: 'I suspect roses will always remain firmly at the top of the list when it comes to the most popular flowers.

'Trends come and go, for example in recent years we’ve seen a rise in demand for British flowers and exotic flower varieties, but roses have been given as a symbol of love for centuries and offer such charm and beauty it’s easy to see why so many Instagram users feel compelled to photograph them.

'It’s also comes as no surprise that roses are the number one most commonly bought flower on our website, together with lilies.'

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Which is your favourite flower from the list?