11 Beautiful Emerald Flowers

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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.

Emerald flowers are a little richer than their green counterparts in the botanical world. Let’s see the best ones!

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!

Emerald Flowers

1. Green Tulip

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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!

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2. Jack-in-the-Pulpit

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Botanical Name: Arisaema triphyllum

A woodland perennial, this one has a hooded appearance, which makes it look like a green serpent!

3. Emerald Dianthus

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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.

4. Indian Mallow

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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.

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5. Bells of Ireland

Bells of Ireland emerland flower

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.

6. Emerald Green Rose

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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.

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7. Green Cockscomb

Green Cockscomb emerland flower

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!

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8. Wood Spurge

wood spurge emerland flower

Botanical name: Euphorbia amygdaloides

It is a perennial flowering plant that spreads underground. It produces bright emerald flowers that look amazing as ground covers!

9. Green Jewel Coneflower

Botanical name: Echinacea purpurea ‘Green Jewel’

Green jewel coneflower is a member of the Asteraceae plant family and features a green center with deeper emerald-hued blooms.

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10. Mediterranean Spurge

Mediterranean Spurge emerland flower

Botanical name: Euphorbia characias

This cultivar is native to the Mediterranean region and displays bluish-green foliage with matching flowers. You must add this beauty to your place!

11. Emerald Green Gladiolus


Botanical name: Gladiolus ‘Emerald Green’

With emerald flowers that grow on top of each other, you simply cannot miss this one! Pair it with contrasting blossoms to make it stand out!

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