Green flowers are always popular and until just recently, choices were limited to mums, hydrangeas, and (gasp!) the dyed carnation. But there’s a new kid on the block, and its name is Green Trick Dianthus. This cheery and head-turning flower is a cousin of the carnation but doesn’t need any dye to gain its eye-catching bright green color. The frilled edges of the petals give it a soft pom-pom look while its tight shape lends a formal sculptural element to bouquets and arrangements.
My favorite use of this flower is to use it as part of a tablescape inspired by Central Park in New York City. It is just the cutest little centerpiece and I want to go and make one for myself right now! Next time you’re at the florist, try to find this green gem and I bet you’ll fall in love!
Want to see more Green Trick Dianthus? Check out Pinterest.
Images: Bark Vases, Single Close-up, Group Close-up via COCOCOZY, Woodsy Centerpiece via Kate Harrison, Centerpiece with White Hydrangeas via Justin & Mary, Green and White Centerpiece via Ingman Photography, Bouquet via Troy Glover Photographer, Tablescape via Datura: a Modern Garden