Black Flowers and Plants
1. Queen of Night Tulip
Botanical Name: Tulipa ‘Queen of Night’
Starting our Black flower images is the Queen of the Night tulip. Beautiful and dramatic, its flower appears in deep maroon in spring. This variety can be mixed with white or pink tulips or other Natural black flowers to create an astonishing view.
2. Sophistica Blackberry Petunia
Botanical Name: Petunia grandiflora ‘Sophistica Blackberry’
Varieties like ‘Black Velvet Petunia’ or ‘Black Cat Petunia’ look almost black, but finding the seeds of Black petunia flower be complicated and expensive. ‘Sophistica blackberry’ is an easier option with deep reddish or burgundy in color.
3. Onyx Odyssey Helleborus
Botanical Name: Helleborus ‘Onyx Odyssey’
Need some Black flower aesthetic? Dark burgundy or nearly black hellebores are highly appreciated for their color. This lovely perennial can easily be grown in containers in partial to full sun. Provide good air circulation around the plant and keep the soil moist.
4. Before the Storm Iris
Botanical Name: Iris ‘Before the Storm’
Irises are widely used in gardens and are available in almost every color, including chocolate, and the Black iris flower variety, ‘Before the Storm,’ offers the perfect flowers.
5. Diabolo Ninebark
Botanical Name: Physocarpus opulifolius ‘Diabolo’ syn. ‘Monlo’
A versatile and appealing shrub with white flowers and deep burgundy foliage looks black in shade. It tolerates a wide range of soil conditions and grows best in USDA Zones 2-7.
6. Black Baccara Rose
Botanical Name: Rosa ‘Black Baccara’
This dramatic Black rose flower, due to its bold color and upright habit, looks stunning! Its dark color and fragrant blooms make an amazing display in the garden.
7. Wine and Roses
Botanical Name: Weigela florida
This variety of Weigela is sold as ‘Wine and Roses’ or ‘Alexandra’ as it is a Plant with black leaves and pink flowers. It offers a surprising combination of flowers in pink tones immersed in deep burgundy foliage.
8. Black Beauty Elderberry
Botanical Name: Sambucus nigra ‘Black Beauty’
Another excellent choice among Black flower names is Sambucus nigra ‘Gerda,’ valued for its purple-black foliage, pink flowers, and juicy edible fruits.
9. Zantedeschia Black Star
Botanical Name: Zantedeschia ‘Black Star’
One of the most decorative flowers, the ‘Black Star,’ has a deep purple spathe that looks almost black. It looks attractive in combination with light green foliage spotted with red tips.
10. Black Mondo Grass
Botanical Name: Ophiopogon planiscapus
A wonderful alternative for warm climates is rock gardens, borders, or pots, this is a true beauty among Black plants and flowers. The ‘black mondo grass’ grows about 12-16 inches tall and can extend up to 6-12 inches wide.
11. Zwartkop Aeonium
Botanical Name: Aeonium arboreum ‘Zwartkop’
This tall Black succulent flower has rosettes of dark reddish-brown or burgundy leaves and yellow flowers that appear from summer through fall. It is more suited to warm climates.
12. Arabian Night Dahlia
Botanical Name: Dahlia ‘Arabian Night’
The Black dahlia flower is the most beautiful of all cut flowers. ‘Arabian night’ is a Plant with black leaves and red flowers, known for its deep purple-red flowers that look almost black in shade.
13. Colocasia Black Magic
Botanical Name: Colocasia esculenta ‘Black Magic’
Colocasia ‘black magic’ is an astonishing plant that can be identified from its dramatic large and dark purple-black dusty leaves.
14. Black Prince Coleus
Botanical Name: Solenostemon ‘Black Prince’
‘Black Prince’ has unusual solid black foliage and small Naturally black flowers. It can be grown either as a perennial in warm subtropical or tropical regions or as an annual in a temperate climate.
15. Silver Laced Primrose
Botanical Name: Primula ‘Silver Lace Black’
It produces flowers of black-brown color with scalloped white-silver edges and a golden center. The blooms of this Black and white flower are fragrant and appear in spring.
16. Black Coral Bell
Botanical Name: Heuchera ‘Obsidian’
Also called ‘Obsidian Coral Bells,’ it is one of the most beautiful Dark flowers names on our list that you can grow in borders, in flower beds, or in containers!
17. Bat Flower
Botanical Name: Tacca chantrieri
It is a unique, rare, and exotic flower that mimics a bat in flight, earning a special place among the Names of black flowers. The plant requires warm subtropical to tropical weather to thrive.
18. Black Magic Mangave
Botanical Name: Mangave ‘Black Magic’
This tropical succulent offers a rosette of almost black leaves when kept in full sunlight. It looks great with other light-colored plants.
19. Dark Reiter Geranium
Botanical Name: Geranium pratense ‘Dark Reiter’
Here’s another beautiful one of Black plants and flowers. The plum-black leaves of this geranium look almost black from a distance. Come summer, and the plant grows bright lilac blooms!
20. Red Rubin Basil
Botanical Name: Ocimum basilicum ‘Purpurascens’
The dark red leaves of the plant give a black impression of its foliage. It is a great plant to add color to the salad!
21. Sweetunia Black Satin
Botanical Name: Petunia hybrida ‘Sweetunia Black Satin’
The trumpet-shaped Types of black flowers match really well with the overall light green foliage of the plant. It is also a great choice for hanging baskets!
22. Blackie Sweet Potato Vine
Botanical Name: Ipomoea batatas ‘Blackie’
The deep purple leaves of this plant look almost black. The trailing growth habit of this Plant with black stems and purple flowers also makes it great for baskets!
23. Black Prince Echeveria
Botanical Name: Echeveria ‘Black Prince’
This compact succulent features a rosette of black leaves. For the best color, make sure it gets plenty of direct sunlight.
24. Enchanted Sunrise Begonia
Botanical Name: Begonia ‘Enchanted Sunrise’
The dark-hued, chocolate-colored leaves of the plant look classy with lime-green veins. It can also be a great houseplant if you provide it the light sunlight exposure.
25. Pansy Black Beauty
Botanical Name: Pansy ‘Black Beauty’
This gorgeous Black pansy flower from the viola genus shows off pure black petals with a pretty yellow center.
26. Chat Noir Dahlia
Botanical Name: Dahlia ‘Chat Noir’
This Black dahlia flower variety looks almost black due to its burgundy petals. This Black velvet flower grows up to 6-8 inches across and consists of black and red velvety petals.
27. Odessa Calla Lily
Botanical Name: Calla Lily ‘Odessa’ (Zantedeschia)
Its trumpet-shaped Purple and black flowers look elegant with contrasting green leaves. Another hybrid variety, ‘Black Forest, ‘ looks spectacular with funnel-shaped deep violet blooms, and even its Black flower bulbs captivate from afar.
28. Green Wizard Coneflower
Botanical Name: Rudbeckia occidentalis ‘Green Wizard’
Also known as Western Coneflower, these distinct-looking Black flowered plants feature acorn-shaped purple-brown flowers that look almost black in color.
29. New York Night Hellebore
Botanical Name: Helleborus ‘New York Night’
These beautiful dark purple flowers have a creamy yellow center, and the blooms consist of 5 large petals up to 3-4 inches across.
30. Dark Dimension Hyacinth
Botanical Name: Black Hyacinth ‘Dark Dimension’
‘Dark Dimension’ offers clusters of fragrant trumpet-shaped coal-black blooms that open in a tubular shape on short stems. One more award-winning variety – ‘Midnight Mystic’ has dark flowers.
31. Chocolate Cosmos
Botanical Name: Cosmos atrosanguineus
This perennial Black cosmos flower is stunning. The dark maroon or chocolate brown petals almost look black to dark red.
Botanical Name: Viola cornuta ‘Blackout’
‘Blackout’ is a herbaceous perennial, it flowers from spring to fall and offers true black blooms with a purple and yellow eye over green leaves.
33. Penny Black
Botanical Name: Nemophila menziesii ‘Penny Black’
This low-growing annual is a spreading one on out list of Black plants and flowers; it has five scalloped deep purple petals that appear black in color.
34. Black Barlow
Botanical Name: Aquilegia vulgaris var. stellata ‘Black Barlow’
Also known as Granny’s Bonnet, ‘Black Barlow’ is a short-living black perennial flower; it offers double blooms in deep plum to an almost black color and resembles spikey pompoms.
35. Tropicanna Black Lily Flower
Botanical Name: Canna Lily ‘Tropicanna Black’
This tropical Black lilies flower produces rich scarlet blooms that slowly fade to orange; it is famous for its large, dark, bronze, chocolate foliage. The plant flowers from mid-summer to fall.
Tip: Looking for a flower that grows in the dark? Go with the Peace Lily!
36. Black Scallop
Botanical Name: Ajuga reptans ‘Black Scallop’
Also known as Carpet Bulge, this perennial is admired for its glossy black serrated leaves that look great the entire year. The plant also offers highly fragrant violet blooms.
37. Hillside Black Beauty
Botanical Name: Cimicifuga ramosa ‘Hillside Black Beauty’
These late-season Black flowering plants are also known as Black Snakeroot; the leaves are extremely dark and bronze and appear black from afar. During late summer, the plant offers mauve-pink bottlebrush blooms.
38. Black Knight Peperomia
Botanical Name: Peperomia ‘Black Knight’
The black knight peperomia is the plant to grow if you love the dark shade! Make sure it gets plenty of bright light for that deep shade.
39. Black Rex Begonia
Botanical Name: Begonia rex
Rex begonias come in a variety of shades, and you can find many in deep purple or black hues. If you want the darkest of them all, grow “Black Mamba.”
40. Darth Vader
Botanical Name: Billbergia x ‘Darth Vader’
Like its name, this plant is a show-stopper and will definitely remind you of the menacing character from Star Wars. It does best in plenty of bright light.
41. Geo Plant
Botanical Name: Geogenanthus ciliatus
Nothing comes close to this specimen when it comes to the shade of black with a bright sheen. It can be a great coffee table plant.
42. Black Pearl Pepper
Botanical Name: Capsicum annuum ‘Black Pearl’
Though peppers are always fiery, hot, and red, this one sticks out, thanks to its deep purple foliage that almost looks black! It is an amazing Plant with small white flowers and black berries.
43. Black Magic Hollyhock
Botanical Name: Alcea rosea ‘Black Magic’
Add a touch of enchantment to your garden with tall stalks of striking dark-purple, almost dark flowers.
44. Black Diamond Crapemyrtle
Botanical Name: Lagerstroemia indica ‘Black Diamond’
Want to create a dramatic contrast in your garden with Black plants and flowers? Go with the Black Diamond Crapemyrtle featuring deep burgundy foliage and vibrant red or pink blooms.
45. Black Lace Elderberry
Botanical Name: Sambucus nigra ‘Black Lace’
Elevate your garden with elegant and lacy dark purple foliage, delicate pink flowers, and, later, blackish-red berries for a sophisticated display.
46. Black Knight Scabiosa
Botanical Name: Scabiosa atropurpurea ‘Black Knight’
Attract butterflies and make a striking focal point in your garden with gorgeous, deep maroon flowers standing tall on slender stems.
47. Black Orchid Flower
Botanical Name: Dracula vampira
The Rare black orchid flower is a strikingly dark orchid with velvety black petals and a unique, intriguing appearance that leaves everyone staring.
48. Black Sweet Pea
Botanical Name: Lathyrus odoratus ‘Black Knight’
With delicate, fragrant flowers in a deep, captivating shade, the Black Sweet Pea is perfect for adding an elegant touch to any garden.
49. Black Bachelor’s Button
Botanical Name: Centaurea cyanus ‘Black Ball’
The Black Bachelor’s Button is an enchanting flower among Black flower names featuring deep black blossoms with a distinctive button-like appearance.
50. Black Cornflower
Botanical Name: Centaurea cyanus ‘Black Gem’
Beautiful, black, and bold, this Cornflower variety showcases rich flowers, creating a stunning contrast in any floral arrangement or garden bed.
51. ‘Diamond Head’ Elephant Ear
Botanical Name: Colocasia ‘Diamond Head’
With its impressive, dark foliage resembling black coral, this elephant ear cultivar is a striking choice for large containers or tropical-themed gardens.
52. Black Magic Ti Plant
Botanical Name: Cordyline fruticosa ‘Black Magic’
This tropical beauty showcases deep burgundy to almost black leaves, providing an exotic and dramatic accent in both indoor and outdoor settings.
53. Black Pothos
Botanical Name: Scindapsus treubii ‘Dark Form’
The Black Pothos is a trailing houseplant with distinctive, purple-black, heart-shaped leaves. Its dark, glossy foliage contrasts beautifully with the silvery-green markings, creating an elegant addition to indoor spaces.
54. Black-Leafed Astilbe
Botanical Name: Astilbe chinensis ‘Dark Side of the Moon’
Searching for Black flowers to plant? Known for its dark, almost black foliage, this astilbe variety pairs well with its feathery, purple plume-like flowers, creating a captivating contrast.
55. Black Lotus Flower
Botanical Name: Nelumbo nucifera ‘Black’
The Real black lotus flower is a rare and enchanting aquatic plant that boasts mesmerizing, darkly pigmented petals. These deep, velvety blossoms rise gracefully above the water’s surface, creating a stunning contrast.
56. Black Hibiscus
Botanical Name: Hibiscus rosa-sinensis ‘Black’
The Black hibiscus flower is a tropical shrub celebrated for its striking, dark burgundy to nearly black blossoms. These deep, velvety petals are a rare and dramatic departure from the vibrant hues typically associated with hibiscus flowers.
57. Black Peony Flower
Botanical Name: Paeonia lactiflora ‘Black Beauty’
The Black Peony is a rare and exquisite perennial plant that showcases opulent, dark burgundy to nearly black blossoms. These sumptuous, velvety flowers emerge in late spring and early summer.
Please note that while the flowers listed above are often referred to as “black,” they typically exhibit deep shades of brown, purple, or maroon. True Plants with black flowers in nature are exceptionally rare. Additionally, some flowers, like the Black stone flower and Black locust flower, carry the name “black” but do not display black hues, which is why they were not included in this list.