16 BLACK Flowers And Plants to To Your Garden
First thing first I would like to let you know the black plants are not really black.. 😛 but combination of dark purple, deep burgundy, maroon or red..These type of flowers comes under the black flowers and plants which can transform any garden or container garden in an exquisite way, they add a tropical touch and look unique when grown with other bright colored flowers plants.
- Tulip known as ‘Queen of Night’
Beautiful and designing, this black flower appears in deep maroon color in spring. This variety can be mixed with white or pink tulips or other bright colored flower to create an amazing view.One of the most imp thing is a low maintenance plant and usually easy to grow, that makes it a good plant for beginners. This fairly cold hardy plant blooms in mid or late spring.
- Petunia known as Sophistical Blackberry Hybrid
This new varieties like ‘Black Velvet Petunia’ or ‘Black Cat Petunia’ look almost black but it rarely expensive to find their seeds. However, beautiful petunia, ‘Sophistical blackberry’ is an easier option. The dark flowers of this annual are actually deep reddish or burgundy in color and can be grown in window boxes, small pots, beds and borders to make it more attractive
- Helleborus known as ‘Onyx Odyssey’
The dark burgundy or nearly black hellebores are highly attractive for their color. This lovely recurrent can easily be grown in containers in part to full sun. Provide good air movement around the plant and keep the soil well moist. Grows best in early bloomers and flower in spring.
- Iris known as ‘Before the Storm’
Irises are usually used in gardens and are available in almost every color imaginable, including chocolate and this new variety ‘Before the Storm’ of black color. This slightly fragrant iris requires a sunny position and well-drained soil in order to grow perfect curve.
- Physocarpus Opulifolius ‘Diabolo’ syn. ‘Monlo’
A useful and attractive plant with white flowers and deep burgundy greenery that looks black in shade or in dark. It is easy to grow and tolerates a wide range of soil conditions, it grows best in moderate climate and must be planted in an area of partial shade in warmer zones due to the reason that in higher heat the foliage can become green.
- Black Baccara Rose
This histrionic tea rose due to its bold color and upright habit looks fabulous, it is one of the best black flowers. It’s almost black color and fragrant blooms make a wonderful display in the garden. The tough green foliage are reddish when young. The flowers appear blacker in cool weather.
- Hollyhock known as ‘Nigra’
Hollyhocks are lovely looking, they look special when flowers appear on their tall strong stems. But, particularly, this unique variety hollyhock, Alcea rosea ‘Nigra’ bears breathtaking chocolate maroon flowers that look almost black towards the center. Hollyhocks are old traditional plants, easy to grow and grow in a variety of climates easily both in cool and warm climates.
- Wine and Roses (Weigela florida)
This variety of Weigela is sold as ‘Wine and Roses’ or ‘Alexandra’, it offers a shocking combination of flowers in pink tones occupied in a deep burgundy foliage, looks black like. Suitable for cold climates, it likes full sun but tolerates some light shade too, this small plant can also be grown in small pot and window box, easy to grow and bloom profusely in spring or early summer and continue to bloom throughout the summer season.
- Calla Lily ‘Black Star’
One of the most pleasing to the eye flowers the ‘Black Star’ bloom is deep purple with a spathe that is almost black, it looks attractive in combination with light green foliage spotted with red tips. It can be planted in containers like small pot or window Box or in the garden border.
- Black Mondo Grass
A wonderful different for warm climates in rock gardens, borders or in a small pot. The ‘black mondo grass’ grows about 12 inches tall and can extend up to 5-14 inches wide. In spring, the new dark green foliage emerges and then in summer it changes into a very deep purple-black.
- Aeonium Arboreum
This subtropical plant is an impressive and dramatic plant. This tall succulent has designs of dark reddish brown or burgundy leaves and yellow flowers that appear from summer through fall. The plant is more suitable to warm climates and should be protected in winters in cold climates.
- Dahlia known as‘Arabian Night’
Dahlias become most beautiful cut or sun flowers. This cultivar dahlia ‘Arabian night’ has deep purple-red flowers. The flowers look black like in shade. Growing dahlia requires full sun, however, shade in the afternoon in warm climates is preferable. These type of flower required sun therefore they mostly known as sun flower as well.
- Coleus ‘Black Prince’
The coleus is one of the most widespread species and most popular when it comes to choosing striking foliage plants for the garden. Its unusual solid black foliage and small flowers, it is a perfect plant for borders and can be used in combinations with other plants in containers.
- Silver-Laced Primrose (Primula ‘Victoriana Lace Silver Black’)
Beautiful! This gorgeous flower is one of the rarest and difficult to obtain Primulas. It produces flowers of black-brown color with a scalloped silver edges and a golden yellow center. Blooms are fragrant and appear in spring. This plant can be grown in cool and warm temperate, it prefers partial shade and moist soil.
- Bat Flower
Tacca bat flower (Tacca chantieri) is really a unique and look strange, rare and exotic flower that mimics a bat in flight. The plant requires warm subtropical or tropical weather in order to grow outside, in a cold climate you can grow it outside.
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