Green flowers to brighten your bouquets

When we think about flower colours, green is not usually the first to come to mind. This is because we usually add various types of foliage to our bouquets as opposed to green flowers. What many people don’t realize is the fact that there are several types of green blooms available and they can truly transform your flower arrangements.


If you want to add green flowers with a twist, you should use amaranths. These blooms hang down rather than standing upright like most flowers. They are rich in texture too which makes them excellent as filler flowers. If you want to grow this plant, you should try showing them off in hanging baskets.

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These green flowers are nothing shy of stunning. They prefer cooler temperatures and cold weather actually enhances germination. Once in bloom, you can expect to enjoy a fabulous floral display for about 10 weeks!


Daylilies are available in several shades of green. These include Green Flutter, Green Puff and Green Iceberg. They are also some of the easiest flowers to grow in your garden so you don’t have to work too hard to achieve beautiful results.


If you are looking for green flowers that will really stand out, you need gladioli. Green gladioli to be exact. These stems hold several flowers and they are tall which makes them perfect for creating a backdrop for vertical flower arrangements.


You may already know that hydrangeas come in various colours including blue, white and purple. What you may not realize is that they are also popular green flowers. These plants are fairly easy to grow and, even when they are not in bloom, they still provide a beautiful addition to any garden thanks to their lush foliage.


Let’s not forget about one of the most popular flowers you will find at your local florist – chrysanthemums! Available in various colours, they are also popular green flowers. They can be added as mass or filler blooms depending on the size of the arrangement.

If you love a particular type of flower but it is not available in green, you can always create your own green flowers. All you need to do is use a white bloom, still in bud form, and place it in some water with green food colouring. It will soon transform into the most beautiful green flower you’ve ever seen!