Mackenzie Nichols from bhg said that Black flowers rarely occur in nature, but when they do, they are showstoppers. If you look closely, you’ll see that their petals are actually very dark shades of red or purple.
Nevertheless, these inky-hued flowers will turn heads in moody bouquets. And in the garden, they’re perfect for a farmhouse-style planting where they’ll add depth, intrigue, and mystery.
The following plants produce some of the most striking black flowers you can grow in your garden.
Most of these varieties are winter hardy across several regions of the country so they will return every year. Their blooms can last up to two weeks in a vase, a plus for cutting gardens and floral arrangements.