We've created a lovely, detailed colouring page for every national flower of the Commonwealth countries, and bundled them up into one pdf file. Each flower has a border around it so that you can frame the pictures when coloured in. Perfect for older children and adults too.
Flowers of the Commonwealth Colouring Pages
Take a trip around the flowers of the Commonwealth with these beautiful, stylised colouring pages showing the national flower of each Commonwealth country. They are perfect for older children and adults, and would make a fantastic display.
This beautiful colouring page features the national flower of Antigua and Barbuda - the Dagger Log. The Dagger Log has stunning yellow flowers which rise from the large rosette formed by the Agave plant.
Enjoy colouring in this beautiful illustration of Australia's national flower, the sweet-smelling Golden Wattle.
Here's a colouring page featuring the gorgeous national flower of The Bahamas, the Yellow Elder.
Fun Fact: This beautiful evergreen shrub can grow up to 20 feet in height!
The beautiful water lily or 'shapla' is the national flower of Bangladesh, and it takes centre stage on this lovely colouring page.
Have fun colouring in this fabulous illustration of the Barbados national flower, the colourful 'Pride of Barbados'.
Fun Fact: The Pride of Barbados appears on the Barbados coat of arms.
The national flower of Belize is the very unusual black orchid, and we think this colouring page will look stunning once finished! Perfect to go in a frame...
Fun Fact: The black orchid is also known as the cockle shell orchid or the clam shell orchid.
Colour in the pretty national flower of Botswana, the Devil's Claw. If you enjoy this colouring page, why not try one of our other national flower colouring pages?
This pretty colouring page featuring the simpur, the national flower of Brunei, will appeal to both kids and adults who enjoy colouring pages!
Fun Fact: The usually large and stiff leaves are often used as food wrappers.
We hope you'll enjoy this colouring page featuring the pretty national flower of Cameroon, the Red Stinkwood.
Colour in this picture of the pretty bunchberry, the national flower for Canada.
Fun Fact: The bunchberry won a poll to decide Canada's national flower in 2017 with 80% of the votes.
The national flower of Cyprus, the beautiful and delicate Cyclamen, makes the perfect focal point for this colouring page.
Fun Fact: Cyclamen is often used to make perfumes.
Dominica's National flower, the Bwa Kwaib, has rich red flowers that are said to resemble the courage, strength and resilience of the Dominican people. We think it makes a lovely colouring page!
Colour in our national flower colouring page for Eswatini, featuring the Edelweiss. Perfect for a project book cover, or you can frame it for displays.
The national flower of Fiji, tagimoucia, only grows in the crater lake of an extinct volcano - and nowhere else in Fiji or in the world! You can create your own picture of this rare and beautiful flower with our colouring page!
This stunning colouring page features the Gambian national flower, the white variety orchid. We've left a gap around the edge so it's perfect for framing once completed.
We've illustrated the beautiful hibiscus flowers of Ghana on this colouring page - perfect for a relaxing colouring experience!
Fun Fact: Certain species of hibiscus are beginning to be used as a natural source of food colouring.
The pretty bougainvillea is the national flower of Grenada and the star of this lovely colouring page!
Fun Fact: It's not the flowers that make this plant so colourful, it's actually the magenta pink bracts (a leaf-like part of the plant).
Guyana has quite an unusual national flower - the Victoria Regia lily, the largest of all water lilies! Enjoy colouring in our lovely illustration of this beautiful plant...
Grab some pens or coloured pencils and enjoy colouring in the beautiful national flower of India, the lotus.
Our Jamaica national flower colouring page features the pretty Lignum Vitae. This plant is only found in Jamaica and has pretty purple/blue flowers.
The stunning orchid is Kenya's unofficial national flower - and even if it's not officially the national flower yet, we think you'll enjoy colouring in this picture of one!
Colour in this beautiful illustration of the Plumeria Frangipanis, which is considered to be the national flower of Kiribati.
Fun Fact: Frangipanis won't burn except in extreme (over 500 degrees) temperatures.
This colouring page features a really interesting plant, the Aloe Polyphylla - the National flower of Lesotho.
This beautiful colouring page features the stunning lotus, the national flower of Malawi.
Fun Fact: Lotus plants can survive thousands of year and even revive after long periods of dormancy.
The Hibiscus rosa-sinensis is the national flower of Malaysia, and the pretty trumpet-shaped flowers of this lovely plant are ready to be coloured in on our gorgeous colouring page.
We've got a beautiful illustration of the National Flower of Malta, the Maltese Centuary, for you to enjoy colouring in. This pretty flower is only found in Malta and was adopted as the national flower in the early 1970s.
Enjoy colouring in the beautiful Trochetia Boutoniana (Boucle d'Oreille), the national flower of Mauritius.
Fun Fact: Boucle d'oreille means earring in French!
This beautiful national flower colouring page for Mozambique features the stunning Maroon Bell Bean.
Fun Fact: The leaves of the Maroon Bell Bean Tree are often enjoyed by local elephants!
The Welwitschia (Namibia's national flower) might not be the prettiest flower to look at, but these plants are famous in Namibia and certainly make an interesting colouring page!
The pretty Calophyllum is the star of this national flower colouring page for Nauru.
Fun Fact: Traditionally Calophyllum wood was used to construct the keel of canoes by Pacific Islanders.
Enjoy some relaxing colouring time with our gorgeous national flower colouring page for New Zealand, featuring the Kowhai.
Fun Fact: Kowhai flowers were traditionally used by Māori to make yellow dye.
Nigeria's national flower is the striking Costus Spectabilis, and we've drawn one for this colouring page, ready for you to colour in...
Fun Fact: The Costus Spectabilis is often referred to as the Yellow Trumpet (it's easy to see why!).
The fragrant Jasmine features on our national flower colouring page for Pakistan.
Fun Fact: The Jasmine flower releases its fragrance after sunset, and is often strongest towards a full moon.
The national flower of Papua New Guinea is the Dendrobium Lasianthera or Sepik Blue Orchid, and we've got a lovely illustration of this pretty plant for you to colour in...
Enjoy this colouring page with a beautiful illustration of a red rose, the national flower of Rwanda.
Fun Fact: The tallest rose bush ever recorded stood at 23 feet tall.
This national flower colouring page for Samoa features the Tuila flower. Teuila flowers can vary from lighter shades of pink to bold red shades, with red being the most traditional colour in Samoa - so you might like to choose pink or red shades for this pi
The lovely national flower of Seychelles also has a lovely name - the tropicbird orchid! We've created a stunning colouring page featuring this unusual plant...
Enjoy colouring in our national flower colouring page for Sierra Leone, and we have lots of other national flower colouring pages to choose from too.
We hope you'll colouring in the pretty national flower for Singapore, the curiously named Vanda Miss Joaquim orchid!
Enjoy some relaxing colouring time with our lovely Solomon Islands national flower colouring page, featuring beautiful hibiscus flowers.
Fun Fact: There are around 220 different species of hibiscus in the world.
The stunning protea cynaroides is the national flower of South Africa, and should provide lots of colouring fun!
Fun Fact: The national cricket team of South Africa is known as "the Proteas".
You'll need your blue pens or pencils to colour in the gorgeous blue water lily, the national flower of Sri Lanka.
Enjoy our national flower colouring page for St Kitts and Nevis, featuring the stunning Poinciana.
Fun Fact: A newly planted royal poinciana usually takes five years to bloom, and sometimes twelve years or more!
Colour in these pretty roses, the national flower for Saint Lucia.
Fun Fact: The rose was the winner of the Saint Lucia National Flower Competition in September 1985.
The fascinating Soufriere Tree produces beautiful flowers, perfect for our St Vincent and the Grenadines national flower colouring page.
Fun Facts: The Soufriere Tree was reported to have been collected on the volcano in 1804 before the volcano erupted in 1812.
There's almost something psychedelic about this colouring page, featuring the Edelweiss, the national flower of Swaziland.
Fun Fact: Edelweiss are sometimes referred to as "snow flower".
This pretty national flower colouring page for Tanzania would look lovely coloured in then finished off in a frame.
Enjoy our colouring page featuring the heilala, Tonga's national flower.
Fun Fact: The Red-blossomed Heilala is celebrated during the Heilala Festival in Tonga every July 4.
The beautiful Chaconia, the national flower of Trinidad and Tobago, is illustrated in fine detail on this colouring page.
Fun Fact: The Chaconia is also known as the Pride of Trinidad & Tobago or Wild Poinsettia
Our national flower colouring pages look lovely displayed on their own or you could colour in a few and display together. This one is for the national flower of Tuvalu, the Plumeria.
This lovely set of colouring pages features the national flowers of the 4 countries of the United Kingdom: the rose, the flax flower, the thistle and the daffodil.
The national flower for the United Kingdom is, of course, the rose. Roses come in lots of different colours, so you can choose whichever you like for the rose on this colouring page.
The stunning hibiscus plant is the national flower of Vanuatu and the star of this colouring page.
Fun Fact: Colorful hibiscus flowers are often used as a natural dye.
The Welsh national flower is the daffodil - one of the most cheerful signs that spring is on its way, and seen everywhere in time for St David's Day.