(888) 349-0605 M-F: 10-7 EST

32 Stunning Green Flowers for Your Garden (With Pictures)

Bumble bee pollinating on a green zinnia flower

Are you looking to add green flowers to your garden but wondering which ones might look best? Multiple flowers keep green after bloom, but most adapt to different climates and geographic locations.

Green flowers are relatively rare compared to their vibrant and colorful counterparts. They hold a certain allure and uniqueness that makes them stand out in any garden or floral arrangement. Personally, these magnificent botanical treasures have been a constant source of joy and fascination in my gardening journey.

As a biologist, I can’t help but marvel at the influence of chlorophyll in creating these stunning green colors. The green color in flowers is a result of the presence of chlorophyll, the pigment responsible for photosynthesis in plants.

Green flowers symbolize renewal, fertility, new life, abundance, and hope. Some people may associate green with envy or jealousy, but that is not the case. The color green represents positivity and hopeful feelings making green plants an excellent choice for moments of new beginnings like a new home, new job, or achievements.

There’s something fresh and unexpected about naturally green flowers, especially cause there are low-maintenance green flowers for those with a brown thumb.

In this article, I’ll share some of the most beautiful green flowers and their hardiness, USDA zone suggestions, and even some plant care tips as a master gardener.

1. Bells of Ireland

Green bell-shaped calyxes of bells of Ireland surrounding small white flowers

Bells of Ireland (Moluccella laevis) – Photo Credit: Dreamstime.

Botanical Name: Moluccella laevis

Hardiness Zones: 3 – 10 (USDA)

Plant Type: Annual

Sun Exposure: Full sun/partial shade

Bells of Ireland are elegant and tall plants with distinctive green bell-shaped calyxes that surround small white flowers. These blooms make a beautiful addition to floral arrangements and gardens alike.

To care for Bells of Ireland, provide them with full sun exposure or partial shade and well-drained soil. Regular watering is necessary to keep the soil consistently moist but not waterlogged.

These plants can reach impressive heights, so staking may be required to prevent them from toppling over in strong winds. Deadhead the faded flowers to encourage continuous blooming.

Bells of Ireland are considered annuals in most regions, but they can reseed themselves if conditions are favorable.

2. Green Dianthus ‘Green Ball’

Lime green flowers of the Green Dianthus 'Green Ball' (Dianthus barbatus)

Green Dianthus ‘Green Ball’ (Dianthus barbatus) – Photo Credit: Dreamstime.

Botanical Name: Dianthus barbatus

Hardiness Zones: 3 – 8 (USDA)

Plant Type: Perennial

Sun Exposure: Full sun/partial shade

If a green flower could be the life of the party, the dianthus ‘Green Ball’ would be just that! This flower has soft, fuzzy, round, light green colored balls, making it a fun addition to beds and containers.

These compact plants add a delightful touch to borders, rock gardens, or containers. To ensure the best growth, plant Green Dianthus in well-drained soil and provide them with a location that receives full sun or partial shade. Water the plants regularly, allowing the soil to dry slightly between waterings.

Green Dianthus ‘Green Ball’ is a hardy perennial, and with proper care, it will grace your garden for years to come.

3. Green Calla Lily

Flowers of green calla lily with white and green shades and a yellow finger-like spadix

Green Calla Lily (Zantedeschia aethiopica) – Photo Credit: Shutterstock.

Botanical Name: Zantedeschia aethiopica

Hardiness Zones: 8 – 10 (USDA)

Plant Type: Perennial/often grown as annual

Sun Exposure: Partial shade

Calla lilies are available in an array of colors. Although white calla lilies are popular for wedding bouquets, these light green calla lilies are a stunning addition to gardens.

These beauties thrive in moist, well-draining soil and appreciate partial shade to protect them from scorching sun. Ensure regular watering to keep the soil consistently moist, but avoid overwatering to prevent root rot. Fertilize the plants with a balanced, water-soluble fertilizer during the growing season.

Green Calla Lilies are perennials in warmer regions but may need to be lifted and stored indoors during colder winters. With the right care and attention, Green Calla Lilies will reward you with their enchanting presence year after year.

4. Green Chrysanthemum

Closeup of Green Chrysanthemum flowers

Green Chrysanthemum – Photo Credit: Shutterstock.

Botanical Name: Chrysanthemum

Hardiness Zones: 3 – 9 (USDA)

Plant Type: Perennial and annual varieties available

Sun Exposure: Full sun

Also known as mums, Chrysanthemums are available in various shapes and shades, including bright green. All mum varieties are a mainstay in the florist industry.

These versatile plants can be grown in containers, borders, or as cut flowers. For optimal growth, plant them in well-draining soil and provide them with full sun exposure.

Regular watering is essential, ensuring the soil remains consistently moist but not waterlogged. To encourage bushier growth, pinch back the stems when the plants reach about 6 inches in height.

Green Chrysanthemums are hardy perennials, but they benefit from winter protection in colder climates. With proper care, they will add a vibrant touch to your garden for years to come.

5. Green Carnations

Green carnation (Dianthus caryophyllus) flowers beside white flowers with yellow center

Green Carnations (Dianthus caryophyllus) – Photo Credit: Shutterstock.

Botanical Name: Dianthus caryophyllus

Hardiness Zones: 3 – 10 (USDA)

Plant Type: Perennial and annual varieties available.

Sun Exposure: Full sun/partial shade

Carnations can sometimes be overlooked when it comes to bouquet creations, but green carnations are a nice touch to any flower arrangement.

To care for Green Carnations, provide them with well-draining soil and a location that receives at least six hours of sunlight per day. Water the plants regularly, ensuring the soil remains evenly moist. Applying a balanced fertilizer during the growing season will help nourish the plants.

Green Carnations are typically perennials, but they may benefit from division every few years to maintain their vigor. With proper care, Green Carnations will bring beauty and elegance to your garden.

6. Green Dahlia

Macro of a Green Dahlia flower

Green Dahlia – Photo Credit: Dreamstime.

Botanical Name: Dahlia

Hardiness Zones: 8 – 10 (USDA)

Plant Type: Tender perennial

Sun Exposure: Full Sun

Dahlias are available in various colors, but the lime green dahlia often gets overlooked. Dahlia shows off from midsummer to fall.

These showy blooms come in various shades of green, ranging from pale lime to deep emerald. To grow Green Dahlias, choose a sunny location with well-draining soil. Water the plants regularly, aiming to keep the soil evenly moist.

Applying a balanced fertilizer during the growing season will promote healthy growth and abundant blooms. Stake taller varieties to provide support in windy conditions.

Green Dahlias are tender perennials, so they may need to be lifted and stored indoors during winter in colder regions. With proper care, Green Dahlias will grace your garden with their stunning colors.

7. Green Flowering Tobacco

Green trumpet-shaped flowers of the green flowering tobacco

Green Flowering Tobacco (Nicotiana alata) – Photo Credit: Shutterstock.

Botanical Name: Nicotiana alata

Hardiness Zones: 10 – 11 (USDA)

Plant Type: Tender perennial

Sun Exposure: Full sun/partial shade

This leafy plant with full-bodied stalks creates a solid foundation for small flowers at the top. This dainty-looking plant is beautiful but toxic! Keep away from animals and children!

The flowers feature green tubular trumpets that attract nocturnal pollinators. To cultivate Green Flowering Tobacco, plant them in well-drained soil and provide them with full sun or partial shade.

Water the plants regularly, aiming to keep the soil consistently moist but not waterlogged. Deadhead spent flowers to encourage continuous blooming. These plants self-sow easily, so you may find new seedlings appearing in your garden.

Embrace the beauty and fragrance of Green Flowering Tobacco in your garden.

8. Green Gladiolus

Macro of the blooming flowers of green gladiolus

Green Gladiolus – Photo Credit: Shutterstock.

Botanical Name: Gladiolus

Hardiness Zones: 6 – 10 (USDA)

Plant Type: Perennial

Sun Exposure: Full sun

Gladiolus is a tall, flashy, and popular summertime flower with an electric green color that adds a punch of color to any flower bed.

These flowers make excellent focal points in gardens and create eye-catching floral arrangements. To cultivate Green Gladiolus, plant the bulbs in well-drained soil and provide them with full sun exposure. Space the bulbs 4 to 6 inches apart and plant them at a depth of about 6 inches. Water the plants regularly, aiming to keep the soil evenly moist.

Green Gladiolus bulbs are tender and need to be lifted and stored indoors during winter in colder regions. With proper care and protection, Green Gladiolus will reward you with their majestic presence.

9. Green Hydrangea

Closeup shot of green hydrangea flowers

Green Hydrangea (Hydrangea macrophylla) – Photo Credit: Shutterstock.

Botanical Name: Hydrangea macrophylla

Hardiness Zones: 4 – 9 (USDA)

Plant Type: Perennial shrub

Sun Exposure: Full sun/partial shade

Hydrangea has beautiful pom-pom-like flowers, which make it an all-time classic flower. Hydrangeas are best enjoyed as a bouquet, but a single stem is equally fantastic. The ‘Little Lime’ hydrangea complements classic white and blue hydrangeas.

These versatile plants can be grown in borders, containers, or as specimen plants. To ensure healthy growth, plant Green Hydrangeas in well-draining soil and provide them with full sun or partial shade.

Water the plants deeply, allowing the soil to dry slightly between waterings. Applying a balanced fertilizer formulated for hydrangeas during the growing season will help promote robust flowering.

Pruning should be done in late winter or early spring, removing dead or damaged wood and shaping the shrub if necessary. Green Hydrangeas are hardy perennials that will bring a touch of elegance and serenity to your garden.

10. Green Ranunculus

Macro shot of green ranunculus flower

Green Ranunculus – Photo Credit: Dreamstime.

Botanical Name: Ranunculus

Hardiness Zones: 8 – 10 (USDA)

Plant Type: Perennial/annual

Sun Exposure: Full sun

Ranunculus are popular cut flowers with a rose-like hypnotizing construction. Green ranunculus has a celery-like look that fits this organic freestyle arrangement.

To grow Green Ranunculus, choose a location with full sun and well-drained soil. Plant the tubers in the fall, about 2 inches deep and 4 inches apart. Water the plants regularly, keeping the soil consistently moist but not waterlogged. Mulching around the plants can help retain moisture and suppress weeds.

Green Ranunculus is typically grown as an annual but can act as a short-lived perennial in some regions. With proper care, you can enjoy the vibrant beauty of Green Ranunculus in your garden.

11. Green Tropical Lady’s Slipper Orchid

Focus shot of a green tropical lady’s slipper orchid in the garden

Green Tropical Lady’s Slipper Orchid (Cypripedium reginae) – Photo Credit: Dreamstime.

Botanical Name: Cypripedium reginae

Hardiness Zones: 4 – 7 (USDA)

Plant Type: Perennial/annual

Sun Exposure: Bright indirect light

This orchid is known for its pouch-like labellum resembling a lady’s slipper. This tropical orchid is easy to grow and rewards long-lasting blooms.

These orchids make a stunning addition to indoor collections or shade gardens. To care for Green Tropical Lady’s Slipper Orchids, provide them with a well-draining mix of orchid bark and sphagnum moss.

Place them in a location with bright, indirect light and consistent temperatures between 60-80°F (15-27°C). Water the plants thoroughly when the top inch of the growing medium feels dry, but avoid overwatering to prevent root rot.

With proper care and attention to their specific needs, Green Tropical Lady’s Slipper Orchids will reward you with their unique beauty.

12. Green Tulip

Closeup of green tulips about to bloom in the garden

Green Tulips – Photo Credit: Shutterstock.

Botanical Name: Tulipa

Hardiness Zones: 3 – 7 (USDA)

Plant Type: Perennial/annual

Sun Exposure: Full sun/partial shade

This tulip has yellow petals enveloped by dark green flames, which give an ultra-luminous bloom. Tulips are famous for cut arrangements but also for their long bloom time.

To grow Green Tulips, plant the bulbs in well-drained soil and provide them with full sun or partial shade. Plant the bulbs in the fall, about 6 inches deep and 4-6 inches apart. Water the plants regularly, aiming to keep the soil consistently moist but not waterlogged. Applying a slow-release bulb fertilizer during planting will help nourish the bulbs.

After the flowers fade, allow the foliage to wither naturally before removing it. Green Tulips are hardy perennials, and with proper care, they will grace your garden with their vibrant colors year after year.

13. Green Mediterranean Spurge

Macro of Green Mediterranean Spurge (Euphorbia characias) flowers

Green Mediterranean Spurge (Euphorbia characias) – Photo Credit: Dreamstime.

Botanical Name: Euphorbia characias

Hardiness Zones: 3 – 7 (USDA)

Plant Type: Perennial shrub

Sun Exposure: Full sun

The Mediterranean spurge is a low-maintenance compact evergreen shrub with tough and drought-tolerant characteristics. Its bottom leaves are dark green, while its bloom clusters are bright neon green.

These plants feature narrow leaves and branching flower clusters that add texture and interest to borders or rock gardens. To care for Green Mediterranean Spurge, choose a location with full sun and well-drained soil.

Water the plants regularly, especially during dry periods, but avoid overwatering as these plants prefer slightly drier conditions. Pruning should be done in early spring, cutting back the flower stems to encourage new growth.

Green Mediterranean Spurge is drought-tolerant and deer-resistant, making it a low-maintenance addition to your garden.

14. Green Cockscomb

Flower of Green Cockscomb in white background

Green Cockscomb – Photo Credit: Dreamstime.

Botanical Name: Celosia

Hardiness Zones: 2 – 11 (USDA)

Plant Type: Perennial/annual

Sun Exposure: Full sun

With an ocean coral-like shape and a solid chartreuse color, the little green cockscomb goes a long way. This uniquely shaped green flower brings boldness to any flower arrangement or garden bed.

These plants feature narrow leaves and branching flower clusters that add texture and interest to borders or rock gardens. To care for Green Mediterranean Spurge, choose a location with full sun and well-drained soil. Water the plants regularly, especially during dry periods, but avoid overwatering as these plants prefer slightly drier conditions.

Green Mediterranean Spurge is drought-tolerant and deer-resistant, making it a low-maintenance addition to your garden.

15. Green Cymbidium Orchid

Closeup shot of blooming Green Cymbidium Orchid with green petals and white and yellow shades in the center

Green Cymbidium Orchid – Photo Credit: Dreamstime.

Botanical Name: Cymbidium

Hardiness Zones: 5 – 10 (USDA)

Plant Type: Perennial

Sun Exposure: Bright indirect light

This type of orchid has tropical-like colors ranging from light-dark green and featuring pink, red, yellow, or white centers, making it a unique bouquet plant.

These orchids make exquisite additions to indoor collections or protected outdoor areas. To care for Green Cymbidium Orchids, provide them with a well-draining mix of orchid bark and sphagnum moss.

Place them in a location with bright, indirect light and consistent temperatures between 60-75°F (15-24°C). Water the plants thoroughly when the top inch of the growing medium feels dry, but allow them to dry slightly between waterings to prevent overwatering.

With proper care and attention, Green Cymbidium Orchids will grace your space with their enchanting beauty.

16. Green Gerbera Daisy

Macro of a Green Gerbera Daisy with green petals and yellow center

Green Gerbera Daisy – Photo Credit: Shutterstock.

Botanical Name: Gerbera

Hardiness Zones: 3 – 10 (USDA)

Plant Type: Perennials, tender perennials, or annuals (depending on the zone)

Sun Exposure: Full sun

Gerbera daisies are one of the most cheerful flowers in the market, making it a crowd favorite. These bright blooms are long-lasting cut flowers that can bring joy to any garden.

To grow Green Gerbera Daisies, choose a location with full sun and well-drained soil. Water the plants regularly, keeping the soil consistently moist but not waterlogged. Applying a balanced fertilizer during the growing season will promote healthy growth and abundant blooms.

Green Gerbera Daisies are typically grown as perennials in warmer regions but may need winter protection in colder climates. With proper care, they will bring joy and vibrancy to your garden.

17. Green Hellebores

Green Hellebores blooming flowers in the garden

Green Hellebores – Photo Credit: Dreamstime.

Botanical Name: Helleborus

Hardiness Zones: 4 – 8 (USDA)

Plant Type: Perennials

Sun Exposure: Full sun/partial shade

Also known as Lenten roses, hellebores are low-maintenance plants. Their beauty is best noticed when viewing up close to them or at snipped flowers floating in the water. These evergreen perennials feature unique bell-shaped flowers and leathery foliage.

To care for Green Hellebores, choose a location with full sun or partial shade and well-drained soil. Avoid planting them in hot, dry areas. Water the plants regularly, aiming to keep the soil consistently moist but not waterlogged. Mulching around the plants can help conserve moisture and protect the roots. Prune the old foliage in late winter to allow the new blooms to shine.

Green Hellebores are typically long-lived perennials, and with their resilience and beauty, they will bring life to your winter garden.

18. Green Lady’s Mantle

Green Lady's Mantle green flowers in the garden under the sun

Green Lady’s Mantle – Photo Credit: Dreamstime.

Botanical Name: Alchemilla

Hardiness Zones: 3 – 8 (USDA)

Plant Type: Perennial

Sun Exposure: Full sun/partial shade

Lady’s Mantle is a low-growing plant with tiny yellow-greenish flower clusters. This plant looks best when it is grown with multiple plants of its kind as a large mass.

To care for Green Lady’s Mantle, provide it with a location that receives full sun or partial shade with filtered sunlight and well-drained soil. Water the plant regularly, ensuring the soil remains evenly moist. Deadhead the faded flowers to encourage continuous blooming and maintain a tidy appearance.

Green Lady’s Mantle is a hardy perennial that requires little maintenance and brings a touch of elegance to borders, rock gardens, or woodland settings.

19. Green Rose

Green roses

Green Rose (Rosa chinensis ‘Viridiflora’)

Botanical Name: Rosa chinensis ‘Viridiflora’

Hardiness Zones: 3 – 11 (USDA)

Plant Type: Perennial

Sun Exposure: Full sun

Roses are typically known for being red, white, and pink, but green roses are a thing too! Sringy green roses are a fresh take on typical colored roses.

To care for Green Roses, provide them with a location that receives at least six hours of direct sunlight per day and well-drained soil. Water the plants deeply, ensuring the soil remains consistently moist.

Green Roses are typically hardy perennials that will grace your garden with their captivating beauty.

20. Green Zinnia

Closeup of Green zinnia flower

Green Zinnia (Zinnia elegans) – Photo Credit: Dreamstime.

Botanical Name: Zinnia elegans

Hardiness Zones: 3 – 10 (USDA)

Plant Type: Annual

Sun Exposure: Full sun

Zinnia plants are known for their brightly colored blooms, and the lime green Zinnia is no exception to the Zinnia’s reputation. This green Zinnia (and zinnias generally) is low maintenance and drought tolerant.

To grow Green Zinnias, choose a location with full sun and well-drained soil. Water the plants regularly, aiming to keep the soil consistently moist but not waterlogged.

Applying a balanced fertilizer during the growing season will promote healthy growth and abundant blooms. Deadhead spent flowers to encourage continuous blooming.

Green Zinnias are annuals, but they readily reseed themselves, allowing them to return year after year with proper care.

21. Green Daylily

Macro of green daylily flower with yellow petals and green center

Green Daylily – Photo Credit: Shutterstock.

Botanical Name: Hemerocallis

Hardiness Zones: 3 – 10 (USDA)

Plant Type: Perennial

Sun Exposure: Full sun/partial shade

Daylily is a stunning perennial that comes in various colors, including fresh, lush, and gorgeous green. This plant blooms throughout spring up to late summer.

These plants are known for their reliability and low maintenance. To care for Green Daylilies, choose a location with full sun to partial shade and well-drained soil. Water the plants regularly, ensuring the soil remains evenly moist.

Dividing the clumps every few years will help rejuvenate the plants. Green Daylilies are long-lived perennials that will bring beauty and resilience to your garden.

22. Green Jack-in-the-Pulpit

Green spathe and green spadix of the Green Jack-in-the-pulpit flower

Green Jack-in-the-Pulpit (Arisaema triphyllum) – Photo Credit: Shutterstock.

Botanical Name: Arisaema triphyllum

Hardiness Zones: 4 – 9 (USDA)

Plant Type: Annual

Sun Exposure: Full sun/partial shade

This exciting plant grows even more attractive flowers. The Jack-in-the-Pulpit’s flowers are a stalk or spadix that develop within the spathe – a hooded cup.

These plants are native to woodland areas and bring a touch of intrigue to shade gardens. To care for Green Jack-in-the-Pulpit, provide them with full sun to partial shade and well-drained, humus-rich soil. Keep the soil consistently moist but not waterlogged. Mulching around the plants will help retain moisture and suppress weeds.

Green Jack-in-the-Pulpit typically goes dormant in late summer, and the foliage dies back. It reemerges in spring, bringing new growth and flowers. These plants are known for their long life spans and will add a touch of enchantment to your garden.

23. Green Hypericum Berries

Closeup shot of Green Hypericum Berries (Hypericum androsaemum) with green leaves in white background

Green Hypericum Berries (Hypericum androsaemum) – Photo Credit: Dreamstime.

Botanical Name: Hypericum androsaemum

Hardiness Zones: 5 – 8 (USDA)

Plant Type: Perennial shrub

Sun Exposure: Full sun/partial shade

Commonly known as St. John’s Wort, the Hypericum grows around 1 to 3 feet tall and has extensive oval leaves with clustered flowers. This flower is commonly used in flower arrangements.

To care for Green Hypericum, choose a location with full sun to partial shade and well-drained soil. Water the plants regularly, aiming to keep the soil consistently moist.

Pruning should be done in late winter or early spring to maintain the desired shape and remove any dead or damaged branches. Green Hypericum plants are hardy perennials and will reward you with their vibrant berries.

24. Green Spider Mum

Bunch of Green Spider Mum (Dendranthema grandiflorum) flowers with green petals

Green Spider Mum (Dendranthema grandiflorum) – Photo Credit: Shutterstock.

Botanical Name: Dendranthema grandiflorum

Hardiness Zones: 3 – 9 (USDA)

Plant Type: Perennial

Sun Exposure: Full sun/partial shade

This flower is known for its long, narrow petals covering the entire head. Spider Mums come in different colors and bloom in spring. This flower received its name for its droopy petals that resemble spider legs.

To grow Green Spider Mums, choose a location with full sun or partial shade and well-drained soil. Water the plants regularly, keeping the soil consistently moist but not waterlogged. Applying a balanced fertilizer during the growing season will promote healthy growth and abundant blooms.

Green Spider Mums are typically grown as short-lived perennials. With proper care, they will add a touch of whimsy and charm to your garden.

25. Green Scabiosa

Macro of a green scabiosa flowerhead that looks like a pincushionFile Name: Green scabiosa flowerhead

Green Scabiosa – Photo Credit: Shutterstock.

Botanical Name: Scabiosa

Hardiness Zones: 3 – 7 (USDA)

Plant Type: Herbaceous perennial

Sun Exposure: Full sun

This interesting-looking flower has a pincushion-like center, that’s why it is also known as a pincushion flower. The scabiosa is a summer bloomer, and although its mostly found in blue, purple, and white shades, green scabiosa are breathtaking.

To care for Green Scabiosa, provide them with a location that receives full sun and well-drained soil. Water the plants regularly, aiming to keep the soil consistently moist but not waterlogged. Deadhead spent flowers to encourage continuous blooming.

With proper care, they will bring elegance and grace to your garden or floral arrangements.

26. Green Star Gladiolus

Macro of green star gladiolus blooming flowers in the garden

Green Star Gladiolus (Gladiolus hortulanus) – Photo Credit: Shutterstock.

Botanical Name: Gladiolus hortulanus

Hardiness Zones: 8 – 11 (USDA)

Plant Type: Bulbs

Sun Exposure: Full sun

The Green Star Gladiolus grows in large ruffled flower spikes -its flower bulb is named corm. The Green Star Gladiolus is one of the prettiest green flowers on the list!

These flowers make a dramatic statement in gardens and floral arrangements. To grow Green Star Gladiolus, choose a location with full sun and well-drained soil.

Plant the corms in spring, about 4-6 inches deep and 6-8 inches apart. Stake the tall stems to provide support as they grow. Water the plants regularly, aiming to keep the soil consistently moist but not waterlogged.

Green Star Gladiolus is typically grown as an annual but can act as a short-lived perennial in some regions. With proper care, they will add elegance and height to your garden.

27. Anastasia Green Spider

Group of Anastasia green spider blooming flowers

Anastasia Green Spider (Dendrathema grandiflorum) – Photo Credit: Dreamstime.

Botanical Name: Dendrathema grandiflorum

Hardiness Zones: 6 – 9 (USDA)

Plant Type: Deciduous perennial

Sun Exposure: Full sun/partial shade

The Anastasia Green Spider Flower is a spider mum variety that comes from the daisy family. This flower’s spider-like petals are long and thin. This spider mum variety is commonly used in floral arrangements.

These blooms bring a touch of whimsy and charm to gardens and floral arrangements. To care for Anastasia Green Spider, provide them with a location that receives full sun and well-drained soil.

Water the plants regularly, aiming to keep the soil consistently moist but not waterlogged. Applying a balanced fertilizer during the growing season will promote healthy growth and abundant blooms.

Anastasia Green Spider is typically grown as an annual but may act as a short-lived perennial in some regions. With proper care, they will add a delightful and playful element to your garden.

28. Green Hydrangea Anabelle

Closeup shot of a green hydrangea Anabelle flower with faint yellow shade

Green Hydrangea Anabelle (Hydrangea arborescence ‘Annabelle’) – Photo Credit: Shutterstock.

Botanical Name: Hydrangea arborescence ‘Annabelle’

Hardiness Zones: 3 – 8 (USDA)

Plant Type: Smooth hydrangea

Sun Exposure: Full sun/partial shade

The Hydrangea Anabelle is a charming flower that enhances any garden or flower bed. This flower blossoms in tiny flowers with big heads. These hydrangeas are known for their abundant and long-lasting flowers.

To care for Green Hydrangea Annabelle, choose a location with full sun or partial shade and well-drained soil. Water the plants regularly, aiming to keep the soil consistently moist. Pruning should be done in late winter or early spring, cutting back the previous year’s growth to a few inches above the ground.

Green Hydrangea Annabelle is a reliable and low-maintenance shrub that will bring beauty and elegance to your garden.

29. Angelica

Focus shot of an Angelica herb

Angelica – Photo Credit: Dreamstime.

Botanical Name: Angelica

Hardiness Zones: 4 – 9 (USDA)

Plant Type: Biennial/perennial herb

Sun Exposure: Full sun/partial shade

Angelica is an edible biennial herb that’s better known as wild celery. Its roots can be used to prepare aromatic tea and salads. This herb is known for its culinary and medicinal uses.

To care for Angelica, choose a location with partial shade and moist, fertile soil. Provide the plants with consistent moisture, especially during dry periods. Angelica is a biennial, meaning it grows leaves and stems the first year, flowers and sets seeds the second year, and then die.

After the plant sets seeds, it often self-sows, producing new plants. Harvest the leaves and stems before the flowers open for culinary purposes. Angelica is a versatile and useful plant for herb gardens and traditional herbal medicine.

30. Green Viridiflora

Macro of a green viridiflora (Rosa chinensis) with green leaves in a field

Green Viridiflora – Photo Credit: Dreamstime.

Botanical Name: Rosa chinensis

Hardiness Zones: 9 – 11 (USDA)

Plant Type: Compact perennial

Sun Exposure: Full sun/partial shade

Viridiflora is an old variety plant that grows without petals; unlike other rose varieties, viridifloras are scentless.

To grow Green Viridiflora, plant the bulbs in well-drained soil and provide them with full sun or partial shade. Plant the bulbs in the fall, about 6 inches deep and 4-6 inches apart.

Water the plants moderately, aiming to keep the soil consistently moist but not waterlogged. Applying a bulb fertilizer in the fall will provide nutrients for healthy growth.

Green Viridiflora are perennial bulbs that will grace your garden with their unique and stunning blooms.

31. Green Clematis

Green clematis flowers closeup shot

Green Clematis – Photo Credit: Shutterstock.

Botanical Name: Clematis florida ‘Alba Plena’

Hardiness Zones: 4 – 9 (USDA)

Plant Type: Perennial

Sun Exposure: Full sun

Green Clematis (Clematis) is a graceful climbing vine that showcases greenish flowers with intricate petals. Clematis flowers bloom from June to October, and they come in different shades of white but change to lime/green with time.

These vines add vertical interest and beauty to fences, trellises, or garden walls. To care for Green Clematis, provide them with a location that receives full sun and well-drained soil.

Plant the vine at least 3 inches deeper than the soil line to encourage strong root growth. Water the plants regularly, aiming to keep the soil consistently moist but not waterlogged.

Prune the vines in early spring, removing dead or weak stems and shaping the plant. Green Clematis is a hardy and resilient vine that will enhance the vertical elements of your garden.

32. Green Flower Indian Mallow

Selective focus of the green flower of a Green Flower Indian Mallow with heart-shaped green leaves

Green Flower Indian Mallow (Abutilon sandwicense) – Photo Credit: Dreamstime.

Botanical Name: Abutilon sandwicense

Hardiness Zones: 8 – 11 (USDA)

Plant Type: Perennial shrub

Sun Exposure: Full sun/partial shade

This plant’s lovely heart-shaped leaves match the green-yellow sepals, which makes it a unique, eye-catching flower, especially when the petals come in a bright green shade.

These plants are native to arid regions and are adapted to drought-like conditions. To care for Green Flower Indian Mallow, provide them with a location that receives full sun or partial shade and well-drained soil.

These shrubs are drought-tolerant once established and require minimal watering. Prune the plants in early spring to remove any dead or damaged branches and maintain a tidy shape.

Green Flower Indian Mallow is a hardy and resilient plant that will bring a touch of desert beauty to your garden.

 

Other Flower Guides from Planet Natural:

37 Popular White Flowers for Home Gardeners with Pictures

Types of Lilies: 18 Stunning Lily Species for Your Garden