15 Best Black Flowers To Add Depth And Drama To Your Garden

15 Best Black Flowers To Add Depth And Drama To Your Garden

15 Best Black Flowers To Add Depth And Drama To Your Garden

15 Best Black Flowers To Add Depth And Drama To Your Garden

“Black is such as happy color.” While some might not agree with Morticia Addams, black can certainly add some drama to your garden. While there are few flowers that are a true black, a mixture of dark maroons, purples, burgundies, and reds will certainly suffice.

Adding black flowers and plants to your garden will add tremendous depth and drama. As soon as you plant some of the plants or flowers you will instantly have a beautiful, deep and dramatic garden. If you plant any of these in your front yard, you will for sure add a lot of curb appeal and have turning heads checking out your garden!

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Without further ado here are the flowers and plants you came here to see. Enjoy!

1. Black Viola

‘Molly Sanderson’ Viola

Viola

This flower can be grown in containers or in open soil. They’ll bloom during the spring and fall. Their dark purple petals radiate from a yellow and bright purple center. They’re extremely compatible with yellow primroses and multicolor pansies. Get seeds here: Black Viola Seeds

2. Black Iris

Iris “Before the Storm”

Black Iris Flowers

One of my personal favorites, due to their beautiful aesthetic appearance is the Iris. They are available in many colors including ‘chocolate.’ The Before the Storm variety is what will bloom in black. The iris must be planted in well-drained soil and in an area with plenty of sun. Get these seeds here: Black Iris Flowers

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