Collection: Green Favorites

You've probably seen gardens that are all yellow or all pink, contrasting well with the natural greenery around them. But what if this year you tried something entirely new? What if you planted an all-green garden throughout your yard, providing a monochromatic appearance and a sense of luck and renewal? We're not just talking about flowers here; we're talking about flowers, herbs, and veggies. It's either go big or go home, right? Check out Eden Brothers' Bells of Ireland Seeds, Green Globe Artichoke Seeds, Sweet Basil Seeds, and more!

All about our green favorites

  • 33 green flower and veggie varieties
  • Green symbolizes growth and renewal
  • Varieties for every blooming season
  • Offers something unique for any garden

All about our green favorites

  • 33 green flower and veggie varieties
  • Green symbolizes growth and renewal
  • Varieties for every blooming season
  • Offers something unique for any garden

The best green flowers and vegetable seeds

Flowers and vegetables are perfect companions in the garden, protecting each other from pests and enticing pollinators into the garden. At Eden Brothers, we think that green flowers and vegetables also go together aesthetically and that's why we pulled together this collection of all of our green favorites.

Maximize your garden space by having your edible garden double as your ornamental garden, or vice versa. Intercropping vegetables and green flowers in the garden draws more pollinators, making your vegetables the most productive that they've ever been. Looking out over a green garden evokes feelings of peace and security, so let your garden be both a literal feast and a feast for the eyes!

Infuse your ornamental garden with purpose

Plant Amaranth Green Callaloo for a twist on your typical leafy greens, and an herb that doubles as a bouquet filler. Pollinators love fast-growing and long-blooming summer annuals like Black-Eyed Susan Green Eyes and Bells of Ireland. Or plant perennial bulbs like Gladiolus Green and White Mix for recurring color season after season.

Display your peas and cucumber vines by allowing them to grow up a lattice or arch. The next time you're lounging on your patio or porch, you can reach up and grab a quick snack! Fill out your container garden with Salad Bowl Green Lettuce or naturally green zinnia flowers for a fresh new look.

Make an edible flower arrangement

Edible arrangements are easy to make and fun to gift. Start with Artichoke Green Globe as the focal flower and tuck in a few Amaranth Green Thumb stalks. Add Sweet Basil or Fiesta Green Cilantro as a fragrance-adding filler, and round out the bouquet with a few stems of Tomatillo Rio Grande Verde and Green Arrow Peas to add texture and intrigue.

Incorporate some foliage into your green garden with Fire & Ice Hosta roots and Upright Elephant ear bulbs. For a splash of color to complement all those green hues, sprinkle a few ranunculus bulbs around the garden—Super Green Mix flowers have green centers surrounded by outer petals boasting yellows, pinks, and oranges.

The highest-quality green flower and vegetable seeds on the market

At Eden Brothers we understand exactly how much your garden means to you, especially your eating garden. It's not an area of your life where you are willing to take shortcuts, and neither are we. We took the Safe Seed Pledge to make a commitment to our customers that we will never allow GMOs, additives, or fillers into our products—so that you can plant your garden with confidence, knowing that you are handling and consuming only 100% pure seed.

We intentionally offer as many heirloom and open-pollinated varieties as we can find because we believe in diversifying the worlds' seed stock and protecting history and culture. We expand our offerings every year to include more certified organic seeds, so if you don't see your favorite variety listed as organic, it's likely on our list for future projects.

You won't find a greater selection of higher-quality green flower seeds, bulbs and vegetable seeds on the market. If you've been dreaming of a beautiful edible garden or a functional ornamental garden, this is the page for you. Learn to plant anything (green or not!) in our Gardening 101 resource center. Don't put your goals off another season—order your seeds today before they sell out!