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Queen of the Night Tulip

The Queen of the Night Tulip, or black tulip, is actually a deep maroon color that appears black in certain lighting. As one of the almost black flowers available today, this one makes a great addition to any garden, especially one with a gothic theme. Even the name gives this flower a certain mystique, perfect […]

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Bowles Black Viola: The Perfect Black Flower

Before starting with your gothic garden project you need to know and consider a lot of things. These include the types of plants and flowers to plant in the garden, the different types of accessories which will complement with theme, and other accent pieces which will help tie up the whole idea. Dark and mysterious […]

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Hyacinth, Dark Dimension

The Hyacinth, Dark Dimension is a striking perennial that features eight to twelve inch flower spikes adorned with very dark, deep purple, densely clustered, star-shaped florets. These beautiful flowers are so dark that they appear almost black in color, with deep purple accents on the edges of the petals. The Dark Dimension is an extremely […]

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Black Barlow Columbine is Gothic in Appearance

A great addition to any gothic garden is the Aquilegia vulgaris var stellata, or Black Barlow Columbine.  Black Barlow Columbine not only is black to deep purple, but it also has spiky petals that add to its gothic appearance. To get the best results with Black Barlow Columbine, grow plants in partial shade, but where […]

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Black Peony Papaver Paeoniflorum: Beautiful Stunning Blooms

A carefully planned and well executed gothic garden will provide you a great outdoor space which can help enhance the beauty and market value of your property. Although not commonly used in many homes, a gothic garden can bring excitement, attention, and curb appeal. There are several steps you need to take in order to […]

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Black Sprite, Centaurea, Looks Like It Has Fingers

The Black Sprite, Centaurea is a compact plant with purplish black blooms that have a “spidery” look to them, as well as greenish-gray foliage. The Black Sprite prefers full sun, well- drained soil, and are resistant to drought and deer. They should be planted in areas that receive several hours of full sun each day.This […]

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Black Mourning Bride, Scabiosa atropurpurea

Scabiosa atropurpurea, commonly know as Black Mourning Bride, is a plant native to the Mediterranean. Black Mourning Bride has been cultivated in southern Europe since the year 1629 , and came to the United States during Colonial times and was popular among the Victorian people. This plant grows very quickly and the fragrant flowers work […]

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Black Rose, the Ultimate Gothic Flower

The Black Rose is not naturally a truly black flower, but rather one that is so deeply red that it appears black in color. Because black flowers do not exist in nature, some people have found ways to try to make them. One such method to use is to make your own dye for the […]

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Tropaeolum minus Black Nasturtium

Tropaeolum minus, commonly known as Black Nasturtium, is a trailing flower that can be used for climbing or as a ground cover, and is almost black in color. Nicknamed “Black Velvet”, this annual flower prefers to be planted in areas with full sun and in well drained soil. This is also a good flower choice […]

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Add Mystery to Your Garden with this Gothic Figure

Every gothic garden needs some mystery, and what could be more mysterious than this mysterious gothic figure wandering through your garden. Who hasn’t heard stories of wizened elders so attuned to nature that even the wind seems to whisper to them its secrets? Artist Liam Manchester draws on these tales to bring us the powerful […]

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