Green in the garden is at once the most common color of foliage and the rarest color found in flowers. This beautifully photographed guide presents 84 varieties of green-flowering plants for arrangements and gardens; for example, jack-in-the-pulpit provides curiosity; fritillaries and columbines lend subtle beauty; and green roses, hellebores, and irises serve as foils to their more colorful varieties.
"Chlorophyll never looked so good as in the gorgeous close-up photographs by [Marie] O'Hara. Green Flowers is an intriguing look at often overlooked plants for both gardeners and non-gardeners looking for inspiration through nature."—LADaily News