In the flower world, it all of us easy to find stunning blooms that come in many colors with different shapes which are natural gifts. Each has its own meaning, and the list of the green flowers today also has its own secrets and interest. Whatever shade, green flowers carry special meanings of renewal, good fortune, youth, and optimism. So if you are finding positive energies or new friends for your plants, they are great candidates that work well with others to give your garden a stunning look in color.
And in the post today, we will share the collection of the 21 Easy to grow Green Flower Varieties. Like other flowers, they also adapt to your soil easily to display their natural beauty. Some are several low-maintenance annual flowers, others are perennial flowers and plants, and flowering shrubs ideal for gardens and containers, which you can choose from. Check them out to find some you love growing in your garden right now.
#1 Green Hellebores (Helleborus viridis)
Green Hellebores blooms beautiful flowers in leathery leaves, with a center, ornamented in the cluster of thread-like petals. Its blooming time lasts from February to May.
#2 Hypericum Berries (Hypericum androsaemum)
Hypericum Berries show off oval-shaped, berry-like flowers that are popular in floral bouquets.
#3 Green Goddess Lily (Zantedeschia aethiopica)
Green Goddess Lily has green elegant flowers. It is easy to grow in containers or pots.
#4 Green Rose (Rosa)
Green Rose displays gorgeous flowers in lime green to sea green color that looks divine.
#5 Green Cockscomb (Celosia)
Green Cockscomb has original from the Amaranth family. This flower comes in many varieties with striking green shades.
#6 Green Star Gladiolus (Gladiolus hortulanus)
Green Star Gladiolus grows in tall ruffled flower spikes, its flower bulb is termed as corms.
#7 Flowering Tobacco (Nicotiana ‘lime green’)
Flowering Tobacco blooms in delightful pale green to pink color and brings fragrant with a jasmine-like scent.
#8 Angelica (Angelica)
Angelica has flowers that are edible and known as wild celery. Not just that you can use its roots and stalks to prepare aromatic tea and green salads.
#9 Green Dianthus (Dianthus barbatus)
Green Dianthus comes from the carnation family. Its flowers have a spicy fragrance.
#10 Viridiflora (Rosa chinensis)
Viridiflora grows without petals and is scentless like other roses.
#11 Cymbidium Orchid (Cymbidium)
Cymbidium Orchid produces pretty green flowers. If you can grow it because it is an easy-to-maintain variety of orchids.
#12 Green Daylily (Hemerocallis)
Green Daylily has beautiful and delicate flowers that grow in a trumpet-like shape with strings in the center.
#13 Lady’s Slipper Orchid (Orchid cypripedium)
Lady’s Slipper Orchid does well in moist, well-aerated soil and in full or partial shade. Its flowers have a unique appearance that looks like a lady’s slipper.
#14 Carnations (Dianthus caryophyllus)
The Carnations come in different shades including green. You can see it in floral arrangements and decor to mark the special holiday.
#15 Green Tulips (Tulipa)
Green Tulips have the slightest hue of green in them. They look great in white and green shades.
#16 Envy Zinnia (Zinnia elegans)
Envy Zinnia showcases flowers in a lime tone and turns green with time.
#17 Greenflower Indian Mallow (Abutilon sandwicense)
Greenflower Indian Mallow puts off delightful heart-shaped leaves and matching green-yellow sepals.
#18 Green Clematis (Clematis Florida Alba Pena)
Green Clematis has white flowers but these will change to lime green with time. It blooms from June to October.
#19 Hydrangea Annabelle (Hydrangea arborescence ‘Annabelle’)
Hydrangea Annabelle owns charming flowers with small flowers with large heads. It is one of the best types of green flowers to enhance the appeal of the garden.
#20 Green Chrysanthemum (Chrysanthemum)
Green Chrysanthemum is available in hundreds of varieties and comes in different colors, sizes, and flowers that you can choose to liven up your boring garden.
#21 Green Anastasia Spider (Dendrathema grandiflorum)
Green Anastasia Spider has long and thin flower petals, which look like spider legs.