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It's easy for green flowers to get lost among the foliage, but blooms that come in shades of lime, chartreuse, emerald, and pine can add intrigue and texture to any bouquet. If you're looking to give a single bloom in a green shade, a fragrant tea rose, a frilly carnation, or a classic chrysanthemum is the way to go. If, however, you want to create a gorgeous bouquet pairing blooms in a variety of shades, consider adding the pale pear shade of hellebores, chartreuse zinnias, or jade daylilies to the mix. You'll get green hues that add the zing of spring and visual appeal to any bouquet. Don't forget to order with same-day shipping so recipients get their floral gifts post haste.

Green Flower FAQ

When is it appropriate to give green flowers?

Because green flowers are symbolic of hope, health, and renewal, they are appropriate for a variety of occasions. You might give green flowers in springtime as a way to awaken the senses after months of dreary, gray winter weather. You could also give them to anyone recovering from illness or injury, especially when paired with sunny, yellow flowers to add some cheer. They could be given to a couple expecting a baby or to someone who has just nabbed a dream job. Any occasion that embodies the shine of newness calls for the inclusion of green flowers.

Which colors pair best with green flowers?

If you put together a bouquet of green flowers, you might find it a bit too monochromatic, what with green stems and leaves, as well. While single green stems work great as a standalone symbol of hope and renewal, it's best to pair verdant blooms with complementary colors to create a more eye-catching bouquet. Adding red flowers can either convey romantic sentiment or serve as a holiday gift - just think of how lovely and popular poinsettias are at the holidays. The contrast of red and green is definitely stunning. You can also pair green flowers with cooler purples and blues to excellent effect, or even go with oranges and yellows for a unique and colorful display.

Evergreen Flowering Plants, Trees & Shrubs

  • Evergreen Boxwood: A staple of any English garden, this compact, evergreen shrub can be sheared into a wide variety of shapes, making it a beautiful way to express yourself through creative horticulture. Box plants work equally well to create long lines of hedges or as standalones in the garden or in planter boxes. Blossoms in yellow-green shades arrive in spring and depart by summer, and certain varieties feature a lovely fragrance.

  • Green Camellias: This intriguing shrub features large, ovoid, glossy leaves and flowers in the spring. The blooms, which range from white and yellow to pink and red, start as small globes and open to a flat face featuring layers upon layers of concentric petals. Easy to shape with proper pruning, camellias are one evergreen shrub that can complement any garden.

  • Green Magnolias: Often characterized by massive blooms and expansive leaves, this evergreen comes in species of both shrubs and trees, making it a versatile addition to landscaping. The most popular magnolias tend to feature white flowers, but they also commonly bear blooms in pink and purple hues, and occasionally, even yellow-green shades.

The Meaning of Green Flowers

Green is the color most often associated with nature and new life. It is the color of spring and it symbolizes renewal, hope, and even good fortune. It can also be used to convey feelings of optimism and good health. While the sunny shades of yellow blooms convey a sense of joy and cheer, green blossoms cold be considered the feel-good flowers of the gardening world.