5 Black Plants and Flowers to Add Drama to Your Garden





Have you ever thought about adding some drama into your garden by adding plants with black foliage or black flowers? All you need to do is google “black garden” and you will instantly fall in love with the uniqueness and beauty of these specific black or almost black plants. They are perfect for creating a striking contrast in your garden, paired with bright colored plants. You can choose from many varieties, from annual flowers to perennials and succulents. Take a look at these black plants and flowers we have chosen as most suitable for adding a dark touch to your garden and choose your favorites.

1. Tulip ‘Queen of Night’

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This dramatic tulip is truly “almost” black. Its deep maroon color will make a beautiful addition to your garden. As any tulip, it is very easy to grow and very low maintenance so don’t be afraid to grow it even if you are a beginner. It is a cold hardy plant that blooms in mid or late spring under USDA Zones 3 to 8. Pair it with some white tulips for an astonishing view.

2. Coleus ‘Black Prince’

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If you want to add some striking foliage into your garden then choose this gorgeous coleus rightfully named the “Black Prince”. It can be grown as a perennial in warm climates or as an annual in colder climates. You can plant it in containers paired with other plants, or create a dramatic “black” border in your garden.

3. Sorbet Black Delight Viola

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This magnificent viola doesn’t only have a beautiful dark color, but is also fragrant and very low maintenance. It tolerates sun as well as partial shade and blooms in cool weather. You can plant it in your garden even before the chance of frost is gone. Your containers will look fabulous all winter long!

4. Tropicanna Black canna

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Bring a touch of the tropics into your garden with this dramatic black canna variety. It grows magnificent 6 feet tall and will surprise you with beautiful bright scarlet blooms. You will need to plant rhizomes every spring. This canna needs at least 6 hours of sun a day, but will tolerate a little shade as well.

5. Calla Lily ‘Black Star’

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This calla is one of the most decorative almost black plants you can use for a dramatic touch in your garden. It brings a gorgeous contrast to your garden with its deep purple flowers and light green foliage. You can plant the “Black Star” calla lily in containers or as part of your garden border.





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