Green is nature’s favorite color. You can see it in the woods, in your own backyard and also in public gardens and parks.
Despite its universality, green is very rare when it comes to flower colors. Today, we are going to show you 20 Beautiful Green Flowers To Add To Your Garden. All of them are remarkable and unique.
1. Green Star Gladiolus
This tall flower is a common part of a cottage garden. It mesmerizes with a height of four feet and dense blooms featuring green ruffled petals.
Green Gladiolus blooms in spring and sometimes its stalks can bend. Trellises will be helpful to keep the stalks straight.
2. Cymbidium Orchid
Unlike other orchid varieties, this one is easy to care for. They love bright indirect light and can tolerate partial shade. It is important to water them once a week.
The color of the petals is light green and the centers vary from red to yellow.
3. Green Chrysanthemum
Chrysanthemums, also known as mums, can be found in a wide variety of colors and shapes. The green one is fascinating with its dense foliage and blooms.
Deadheading is very important for encouraging the growth of new blooms.
4. Green Hellebores
This low-maintenance plant blooms in early spring. It features bell-like blooms and dense foliage all along the stem. When you take a quick look at the flower, you may not notice its blooms because their color is the same as the one of the leaves.
5. Green Rose
It may be the first time you hear that there is a green rose. It is very easy to take care of and features the typical rosette shape but with fewer leaves. Florists like to include it in colorful bouquets as a filling.
6. ‘Green Goddess’ Calla Lily
This variety of Lily is not that popular as a cut flower but is a common part of private gardens. The Green Goddess blooms from late spring to early fall and its elegant flowers remain fresh for a long time.
7. Green Cockscomb
The weird shape of the bloom of the Green Cockscomb resembles a cockscomb, hence the name. The petals are curved and velvet. Its foliage is also impressive featuring spike-shaped leaves.
Caring for the Green Cockscomb is easy. It needs full sun and can resist moments of drought.
8. Hydrangea Annabelle
Annabelle is the most popular hydrangea. Like most varieties in this family, it loves the morning sun and dappled to full shade in the afternoon. If you ensure such a location, it will reward you with rich tufty blooms in light green and white.
9. Green Tulips
Green tulips are a rare variety but if you find bulbs from it, make sure to get them as its blooms are long-lasting and fabulous. Their petals are creamy yellow with green highlights in the base of the flower continuing up through the middle of each petal.
10. Flowering Tobacco
The blooms of the flowering tobacco are fragrant and very delicate featuring five light green petals. Its blooms are smaller than those of the pink and white tobacco varieties but like them is toxic to people and pets.
11. Bells of Ireland
This deer-resistant plant cannot tolerate dry, hot and humid climates. The green bell-shaped petals are actually sepals that hide a white flower in their center.
This tall and impressive flower is great as a backdrop that gives height to flower arrangements and is also good-looking as a dried flower.
Garden Angelica is well known for its sweet fragrance and great health advantages as a herb. It features flowers peeking out a stem like a starburst. It is relatively easy to care for. Plant it in a place with full sun to partial shade and make sure the plant gets enough moisture.
13. Envy Zinnia
The color of the petals of the Envy Zinnia is lime green. The petals are usually spread on two rows making the blossom very impressive.
Like all other Zinnia varieties, the bloom is tall and lasts long. The flower prefers a sunny spot and is pretty easy to care for.
14. Hypericum Berries
You have probably seen cut Hypericum Berries in flower arrangements. They are perfect for a wedding bouquet or for a party flower arrangement.
The flowers of this plant are unripe berries which are first green and later turn red.
15. Green Daylily
Like all other Lilies, the Green Daylily fascinates with a large but delicate bloom featuring large velvet petals. They are creamy-white with lime-colored edges.
This Daylily blooms in mid-summer. Daylily is one of the non-toxic plants so it is a good choice for gardening for people having small kids and pets.
16. Clematis Florida Alba Plena
The family Clemits is a climbing vine always blooming with large flowers. People tend to add it to the landscape where there are arches and pathways as an edging plant.
The rosettes of this Clematis are creamy green. It is best to plant Clematis in containers rather than directly in the ground in order to maintain an optimum environment for their growth.
Viridiflora also known as Green Rose is native to China. And if you expect to see the typical rose petals, the Green Rose will surprise you with green spikes called sepals.
The Green Rose is an easy-to-care-for plant.
18. Greenflower Indian Mallow
The Greenflower Indian Mallow is a shrub originating from Hawaii. It can be seen in the mountains and you can recognize it by its pale green to yellow flowers.
This plant is also known as a herb that is anti-bacterial, anti-inflammatory, anti-oxidant, anti-cancer, anti-hepatoprotective.
19. Green Dianthus
It is very easy to recognize the Green Dianthus. Its flowers look like fluffy balls peeking out on a long stem. The blooms can last up to two weeks when cut and placed in a vase.
The green pom pons are great as a garden flower where there is enough sun.
20. Anastasia Spider Green
Anastacia Spider Green also known as Spider mums are distinguishable with their green blooms. The petals are spiky and point upwards.
The cut flower is long-lasting which makes it popular for floral arrangements.