Green flowers are associated with renewal, good fortune, youth, and optimism. They can come in a range of hues, adding depth to floral arrangements and playing a big part in the flow of a garden.
Light green flowers have a calming effect and a refreshing way about them, blending in well with most other colors.
Let’s have a look at some beautiful light green flowers. Who knows? You may feel inspired to get some light green plants to cheer your garden up!
A wonderful evergreen shrub with bottom leaves that are a darker green than those higher up. Clusters of blooms erupt at the top of the stems in a lovely bright light green. The shape of the blossoms is very pretty. These flowers have something happy about them.
Unless you are growing the Green Goddess Calla Lily (see below) green Calla Lily flowers are not actually natural. Calla Lilies are not, in fact, true lilies. They are in the same family as the Jack-in-the-Pulpit.
The flower’s petals are spathes, which are modified leaf structures, folding around the spadix. The spadix bears the tiny true flowers. Green spathes are often the result of low light situations or excess nitrogen.
The trumpet-shaped flowers of the Calla Lily that come out green are, therefore, due to a problem, but it cannot be said that they are not stunningly beautiful.
This Arum Lily has large green flowers with white throats. The foliage is a magnificent matte green. A gorgeous bloom that will certainly add glamor to a garden or floral arrangement.
These exceedingly light green carnations work well to fill in multi-flower arrangements, and work especially well when there’s a full bouquet of a single color amassed in a vase. They are a popular choice for bridal bouquets because of their ruffly texture and volume.
Since they are hardy, they can be used in corsages, as centerpieces, and in large arrangements. Carnations are the perfect flower to use as a foundational element, being consistent in color and long-lasting.
The tropical-like flower colors range from light to dark green and feature red, pink, white, or yellow centers. One look at the flower and you can’t help but be entranced by both the design of the flower and its hues. The cut stems can last several weeks, so they’re ideal for flower arrangements.
Tall and stunning gladiolus blooms always make an impact and this light green variety is saturated in glorious color. It’s the perfect foil for other blooms that may have brighter colors and blends well in both vases and borders.
Hydrangeas are blooming beauties, with many varieties within the species. The large macrophylla or mop heads are still the most popular. They’re normally blue, pink, or white but green hydrangea flowers will arise at some point in the season.
A full hedge of blooming pom-pom-like flowers in this light green hue makes for a very pretty visual effect.
Ranunculi have entrancing rose-like blooms that are simply dream-like. The Super Green version has a blend of green and white flowers, each one different. The completely green blooms resemble artichokes. One look at these blooms and you just know that they are something very special indeed!
The word Maudiae is the name given to the hybrids that have produced the Lady’s Slipper Orchids. The plants have exceptional vigor and bloom easily. The foliage is gorgeous. The flowers are striking and unique with intricate detailing.
They are particularly known for their pouch-like labellum that looks like a lady’s slipper. Green-and-white Maudiaes are occasionally referred to as albinos because they lack red pigment. The monochromatic version with a variegated top petal is breath-taking.
Tulip ‘Spring Green’ will get you in the right mood for spring and it will certainly put a spring in your step. The classically-formed blooms of this viridiflora Tulip are a delicate ivory white. Each petal is adorned with a green stripe to give this bloom a real seal of elegance.
The Formosa Tulip has golden yellow petals with a broad green stripe across each petal. They are perfect spring flowers with the sunny yellow and light green combination.
This has got to be the most elegant of tobacco plants. Dainty green, waisted, bell-shaped blooms hang from unexpectedly strong, wiry stems. The color of the blooms is enhanced by blue anthers.
With two towers of up to 30 pale ivory-green bells on each bulb, this is a stately and intriguing late-flowering bulb. The pretty downward facing flowers look like pixie caps. You can easily imagine these flowers in a magical garden.
Long, cone-shaped flower heads open in a soft shade of pea green, becoming creamier as they mature, then deepening in colour. Eventually, they develop delicate soft pink tones. The three-toned effect is gorgeous.
Such magnificent blooms make elegant cut flowers, but why cut them when they provide exceptional colour in woodland gardens and mixed borders?
Nurture your plants guide: how to grow hydrangeas.
Conical, green flowers fade to cream and then blush-pink as the season progresses. A colorful and interesting addition to any garden. The flower-heads work magnificently in dried flower arrangements.
An intense shining green in colour, with no hint of yellow, this plant displays five or six flowers on each stem. For large and dramatic displays, where real impact is needed, they are ideal.
An expensive plant but one that is definitely beautiful. The blooms will capture attention. They look almost space-age in their perfect symmetry and simplicity. Or perhaps like a lampshade? Whatever images they conjure you have to admit that these blooms make you stop and think.
This gorgeous weeping plant has light green flowers, which slowly fade to cream as they age. The blossoms form dramatic tassel-like panicles. The leaves look tropical and the blooms cascade through the foliage to the ground. The overall effect is splendid.
Each of the tassels consists of a colony of tightly packed, tiny flowers and lasts for many weeks on the plant. The long panicles make good cut flowers and, if carefully dried, the colour of the spikes remains unchanged for a long time.
Benary’s Giant Lime Zinnia is more consistently double than other Zinnias. The plant has long, thick sturdy stems on which magnificent, fully double blooms, erupt. Brilliant for borders and splendid for cutting.The flowers are just sublime, in gentle hues with snowy effect centers.
This is a very rare species from Asia Minor. It bears large flowers that resemble sweet peas of a fabulous greeny yellow hue. The shape of the blossoms is striking and will most definitely stand out in the garden or in floral arrangements.
The plant has frilly flowered double pom-poms flower heads of green florets surrounded by rings of greenish white ray-florets, on tall branching stems. The design of the flowers is wonderfully attractive with both upward and downward facing movement.
This species of green flower is unique in colour and shape. Its distinctiveness is guaranteed by elegant petals with curled edges and rich green hues.
More commonly known as St. John’s Wort, this particular flower species showcases oval leaves and individual clusters of flowers. Hypericum berries are often used in bouquets and table arrangements prior to ripening.
Light green is gentle and soothing and, as the array of flowers above shows, the color is expressed in a range of blooms and hues. Whether you want some light green blooms to provide a backdrop to other plants, or you want to weave light green amongst other, more vibrant colors, in your garden or in a floral display, light green blossoms are the perfect means to fulfil those wishes.
They bring their own form of glamor to the table and just give everything a wash of freshness and youthful vigor. The color light green is said to symbolize renewal, luck, health and optimism. So, do yourself a favor and get some soothing and peaceful light green flowers.