38 Beautiful Types of Black Flowers and Plants

Whether you want to add a dash of elegance to an outdoor garden or a bit of mystery to a bouquet, black flowers and plants can help you create the rare air of mystique you’ve been looking for. 

Here you’ll find 38 stunning and mysterious types of black flowers and plants to grow at home or in your garden. 

38 Types of Black Flowers and Plants:

1. Black Forest Calla Lily (Zantedeschia black forest)

The Black Forest calla lily has a nearly black, deep-purple blossom that will grace gardens throughout the summer and looks lovely paired with the simple elegance of creamy white calla lilies in gardens and bouquets alike.

2. Black Hollyhock (Alcea rosea nigra)

Hollyhocks are a quintessential backdrop for the classic cottage garden. They have a wild look and their tall cones (up to six feet!) of single or double-layered flowers offer a reliable, perennial appeal.

3. Raven ZZ Plant (Zamioculcas zamiifolia ‘Raven’)

The typical ZZ plant features pinnate leaves of emerald green, but the raven cultivar has foliage that darkens as it matures into such a deep shade of green that the leaves look almost black.

4. Black Widow (Geranium phaeum)

The Geranium phaeum is a species of the Geranium genus (not the “geraniums” that you commonly see in the garden store in summer) that features back-turned, dark-purple, almost black flowers. .

Black flowers generally symbolize elegance, power, mystery, mourning, and goodbyes..

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