What are underwater flowers called?

Aquatic flowers are flowering plants that thrive in water environments. Plants that grow in water are called hydrophytes or aquatic macrophytes. Aquatic flowering plants can grow submerged in water, floating on water, or near bodies of water.

What are the examples of flowering aquatic plants?

Examples are lotus flowers, beautiful water lilies, and dainty water poppies. These plants have underwater roots that allow the leaves and flowers to float on the surface of the water.