11 Beautiful Emerald Flowers
17.01.2024 - 10:31
/ Raul Cornelius
From the Green Tulip to the endangered Green Flower Indian Mallow native to Hawaii, each one has an emerald like shine. Wait, there are more! The hooded Green Jack-in-the-Pulpit, the frilly Emerald Dianthus, the 'Feeling Green' Chrysanthemum, Bells of Ireland with bell-shaped blooms, and the unique Viridiflora rose.
If you want to add a plant to your garden that stands out from the rest with a distinctive hue, then go for any one of these emerald flowers!
Botanical Name: Tulipa
These emerald flowers are quite a rare sight in the wild, but you can surely have one indoors or in your garden for a splendid display!
Botanical Name: Arisaema triphyllum
A woodland perennial, this one has a hooded appearance, which makes it look like a green serpent!
Botanical Name: Dianthus
You just can’t leave Dianthus out of this list, especially when it looks this good with the emerald hue! It has a frilly ball-like shape.
Botanical Name: Abutilon sandwicense
The Indian Mallow is native to Hawaii and has beautiful emerald-yellow flowers with a touch of green. It blooms in summer and fall.
Botanical Name: Moluccella laevis
An annual with bell-shaped flowers, these blooms grow on tall stems. They have a striking hue which is a mix of green and emerald.
Botanical Name: Rosa chinensis ‘Viridiflora’
There is truth in the saying, there’s a rose for every occasion! And see, we have one on this list, too! The Viridiflora rose has lovely emerald sepals.
Botanical name: Celosia
This one belongs to the Amaranth (Amaranthaceae) family and has many varieties that display striking green blooms. The popular one includes Celosia Spring Green!
Botanical name: Euphorbia amygdaloides
It is a perennial flowering plant that spreads underground. It produces bright emerald flowers