every flower pokemon guide

Every Flower Pokemon Guide

An every flower Pokémon guide like this will list every single flower-inspired Pokémon that exists. So if you love flowers or you want to make a Pokémon-inspired bouquet, then this guide will help.

As someone who had a fantasy-themed wedding, I always like to incorporate all things gaming, anime, and such into my everyday life. That’s why I love gathering all of the Pokémon of a specific theme together. This time, I’m referring to flower Pokémon.

What is a Flower Pokémon?

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Pokemon Generation Type Number Flower
Venusaur I Grass/Poison 3 Rafflesia
Vilepume I Grass/Poison 45 Rafflesia
Victreebel I Grass/Poison 71 Venus Flytrap
Meganium II Grass 154 Geranium or Hibiscus
Bellossom II Grass 182 Rafflesia
Sunflora II Grass 192 Sunflower
Celebi II Psychic/Grass 251 Unknown Bud
Lileep III Rock/Grass 345 Sea Lily
Roselia III Grass/Poison 315 Rose
Roserade IV Grass/Poison 407 Rose
Cherrim IV Grass 421 Cherry
Shaymin IV Grass 492 Gracidea (Chinese Hibiscus)
Lilligant V Grass 549 Multiple
Maractus V Grass 556 Cactus (possible Chollas)
Floette VI Fairy 670 Ambiguous
Flabébé VI Fairy 669 Ambiguous
Florges VI Fairy 671 Ambiguous
Lurantis VII Grass 754 Orchid
Bounsweet VII Grass 761 Purple Mangosteen
Tsareena VII Grass 763 Purple Mangosteen
Comfey VII Fairy 764 Posies
Gossifleur VIII Grass 829 Gossypium
Applin VIII Grass/Dragon 840 Apple Blossom

If the Pokémon is a plant but not a flower, I will not include it. For example, Cottonee and Whimsicott may look like flowers, but they are actually cotton Pokémon. Cotton is not a flower.

Gen 1 Flower Pokémon – Red, Blue, and Yellow

Generation I is the first generation of Pokémon. The first two games were released in 1996, and Yellow was released two years later.

Venusaur #003

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  • Type – Grass/Poison
  • Flower – Rafflesia
  • Abilities– Overgrow, Chlorophyll
  • Evolves From – Ivysaur
  • Evolves Into – None

Venusaur is one of the best flower Pokémon. In later games, he can turn into Mega Venusaur and Gigantamax Venusaur. Since it evolves from the first grass starter Pokémon, Venusaur has been a fan favorite for nearly 30 years.

Although Venusaur has made minor appearances in the anime, his most memorable appearance was in Pruning a Passel of Pals! where May’s Bulbasaur evolved twice while she was gone.

Vileplume #045

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  • Type – Grass/Poison
  • Flower – Rafflesia
  • Abilities– Chlorophyll, Effect Spore
  • Evolves From – Gloom (Leaf Stone)
  • Evolves Into – None

Vileplume is a Gen 1 Pokémon that evolves from Gloom which evolves from Oddish. Vileplume appears in many anime episodes, including Holy Matrimony! and The Treasure Is All Mine!, where we see James’ fiancee Jessebell’s Vileplume.

Victreebel #071

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  • Type – Grass/Poison
  • Flower – Venus Flytrap
  • Abilities– Chlorophyll, Gluttony
  • Evolves From – Weepingbell (Leaf Stone)
  • Evolves Into – None

I always liked Bellsprout whenever I was younger, so I was disappointed whenever it was ready to evolve. However, Victreebell is a strong Grass Pokémon that most would be excited about. In the anime, Victreebel, it appears randomly in a few episodes. But the most famous belongs to James. In fact, James had two Victreebels, who eventually fell in love and went to live alone in the forest.

Gen 2 Flower – Gold, Silver, and Crystal

All of my favorite flower Pokémon come from Gen II, the Johto region.

Meganium #154

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  • Type – Grass
  • Flower – Geranium or Hibiscus
  • Abilities– Overgrow, Leaf Guard
  • Evolves From – Bayleef
  • Evolves Into – None

Meganium evolves from Bayleef, who evolves from Chikorita. The previous two Pokémon are not exactly flowers, but Meganium has a flower around its neck. The flower is likely either a geranium (similar to her name) or a hibiscus.

In the anime, Meganium can release an aroma that calms those around it, and its breath can revive dead plants. Meganium is known as a peacemaker. Meganium has made a few appearances in the anime.

Roselia #315

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  • Type – Grass/Poison
  • Flower – Rose
  • Abilities– Nature Cure, Poison Point, Leaf Guard
  • Evolves From – Budew
  • Evolves Into – Roserade (Shiny Stone)

I love Roselia. It’s a pretty, delicate, and refined pokemon. Roselia evolves from Budew when leveled up with high friendship during the day. Roselia can also bring peace with its aroma, but when it isn’t well, the smell isn’t as sweet. The thorns on its head can also be poisonous.

Although Roselia has a few minor appearances in the anime, the most memorable are the Roselias that belong to Drew and Nando. Find them in Now That’s Flower Power! and Dawn of a New Era!

Bellossom #182

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  • Type – Grass
  • Flower – Rafflesia
  • Abilities– Chlorophyll, Healer
  • Evolves From – Gloom (Sun Stone)
  • Evolves Into – None

Bellossom is my favorite flower Pokémon. It is tiny and sweet, evolving from Gloom only when exposed to the Sun Stone. The legend says that the worse the Gloom smells, the more beautiful the Bellossom will be.

Bellossom appears a few times in the anime, and most of the time, the Bellossom are dancing or partying. They appear to be social creatures who live together with other Grass Pokémon.

Sunflora #192

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  • Type – Grass
  • Flower – Sunflower
  • Abilities– Chlorophyll, Solar Power, Early Bird
  • Evolves From – Sunkern (Sun Stone)
  • Evolves Into – None

Sunflora is a sunflower Pokémon whose petals are bright in the summer and pale in the winter. Sunflora always faces the sun – just like real sunflowers – and at night, it stands still in a static of sorts.

Celebi #251

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  • Type – Grass/Psychic
  • Flower – Bud
  • Abilities– Natural Cure
  • Evolves From – None
  • Evolves Into – None

Celebi is the guardian of the Ilex Forest. Although you may consider it a legendary Pokémon, Celebi is actually a mythical Pokémon or an “event legendary” Pokémon outside of Japan.

Although Celebi appeared in a few episodes of the anime, its special appearance was in the 2001 movie Pokémon 4Ever.

Gen 3 Flower Pokémon – Sapphire, Ruby, and Emerald

Out of all of the generations, Generation III has the fewest flower Pokémon, with only one true contender.

Lileep #345

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  • Type – Grass/Rock
  • Flower – Sea Lily
  • Abilities– Suction Cups, Storm Drain
  • Evolves From – None
  • Evolves Into – Cradily

Lileep is a special Pokémon as it is the only flower Pokémon in this generation. The “petals” coming out of its head are often called tentacles as this Pokémon is a “sea creature” who doesn’t live in the water. Lileep is a very old Pokémon that once lived in the sea. The Pokémon are no longer found in the wild – as of 100 million years ago – and now they can only be found in fossils.

Gen 4 Flower Pokémon – Diamond, Pearl, and Platinum

Aside from the first generation, the fourth generation is the one I’ve played the most. I was obsessed with Platinum as a teenager, literally collecting every Pokémon available. Too bad there were only three flowers to collect.

Roserade – #407

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  • Type – Grass/Poison
  • Flower – Rose
  • Abilities– Natural Cure, Poison Point, Technician
  • Evolves From – Roselia (Shiny Stone)
  • Evolves Into – None

Roserade is another Pokémon that evolves via a stone. It looks and acts similar to its previous form, Roselia. I was ecstatic when this Pokémon was announced, and I still love it.

Roserade lures its enemies in with a sweet smell and then poisons them with one of its toxins. Each hand has a different toxin, both possibly fatal, with the red toxin acting faster.

Cherrim #421

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  • Type – Grass
  • Flower – Cherry
  • Abilities– Flower Gift
  • Evolves From – Cherubi
  • Evolves Into – None

Cherrim has two forms – an overcast form and a sunshine form. It stays in the first form when it is cloudy and the second when it is sunny. It evolves from Cherubi at level 25 and is based on a cherry blossom. Not only does it look different depending on the weather, but its mood changes too. It is happier and more outgoing when it is sunny.

Shaymin #492

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  • Type – Grass (or Grass/Flying)
  • Flower – Gracidea (Chinese Hibiscus)
  • Abilities– Natural Cure, Serene Grace
  • Evolves From – None
  • Evolves Into – None

Shaymin is based on the flower in the Pokémon world known as the Gracidea. This flower is inspired by the Chinese Hibiscus. Shaymin can make Gracidea flower bloom and can absorb pollution. Shaymin has two forms. Its hedgehog-like form and its deer-like form. When it transforms into the deer, it gains the Flying-type but also remains a Grass-type. Shaymin is a mythical Pokémon.

Gen 5 Flower Pokémon – Black and White

Out of all of the Pokémon generations, I played Black and White the least. I traded my friend B/W exclusive Pokémon to my games, but that’s about it. However, I still love many of the B/W Pokémon.

Lilligant #549

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  • Type – Grass (Grass/Fighting)
  • Flower – Multiple
  • Abilities– Chlorophyll, Own Tempo (Hustle), Leaf Guard
  • Evolves From – Petilil (Sun Stone)
  • Evolves Into – None

Lilligant has two forms, the standard Lilligant and the Hisuian Lilligant. The flower that dons its head is an ambiguous flower without a specific inspiration. I believe this is so the flower can be unique to the Pokémon. In most regions, the Lilligant will evolve into the standard form. But when in Hisui (Sinnoh), it will evolve into the Hisuian Lilligant, which is a version that is slender, tall, and wears pants rather than a skirt.

Maractus #556

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  • Type – Grass
  • Flower – Ambiguous
  • Abilities– Water Absorb, Storm Drain
  • Evolves From – None
  • Evolves Into – None

Maractus does not evolve into or from any Pokémon. It is not related to Cacnea and Cacturne despite them all three being cactus Pokémon. The flowers on Maractus’s head are simple pink cactus flowers. A fun thing to know about Maractus is that when it moves, it makes a maraca sound, which is likely where it got its name. The sound is fun to listen to, but it also scares away predators.

Gen 6 Flower Pokémon – X and Y

I played a lot of X and Y for quite a few years. In fact, I was playing it whenever Pokémon GO came out, and for a while, I played them both simultaneously. That was a fun time. In this generation, there is only one set of flower Pokémon.

Flabébé #669

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  • Type – Fairy
  • Flower – Ambiguous
  • Abilities– Flower Veil, Symbiosis
  • Evolves From – None
  • Evolves Into – Floette

Flabébé is a small Pokémon that sits atop of flower (that comes in five colors) much larger than itself. The Pokémon is only four inches tall. All Flabébé are female as there are no male Flabébé

Floette #670

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  • Type – Fairy
  • Flower – Ambiguous
  • Abilities– Flower Veil, Symbiosis
  • Evolves From – Flabébé
  • Evolves Into – Florges (Shiny Stone)

The flower that Floette holds comes in five different colors, making her quite a unique Pokémon. Floette can only be female as there are no male Floettes. The Pokémon infuses its own power into the flower it carries.

Florges #671

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  • Type – Fairy
  • Flower – Ambiguous
  • Abilities – Flower Veil, Symbiosis
  • Evolves From – Floette (Shiny Stone)
  • Evolves Into – None

When Floette is exposed to the Shiny Stone, it evolves into Florges, a much more confident and flashy version. Like the previous Pokémon, it is only female and comes in five colors.

Gen 7 Flower Pokémon – Sun and Moon

Generation 7 felt so different to me, and I enjoyed every minute of it. The four flower Pokémon from this generation are hard to forget, and they are each special to me.

Lurantis #754

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  • Type – Grass
  • Flower – Orchid
  • Abilities– Leaf Guard, Contrary
  • Evolves From – Fomantis
  • Evolves Into – None

Lurantis evolves from Fomantis when the former Pokémon is leveled up to 34 during the day. Although the Pokémon looks like an insect, it is actually based on the orchid flower. Lurantis looks like a bug to defend itself in the wild. Like other flower Pokémon, it also smells wonderful and uses this fact to lure in enemies for a surprise attack.

Bounsweet #761

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  • Type – Grass
  • Flower – Purple Mangosteen
  • Abilities– Leaf Guard, Oblivious, Sweet Veil
  • Evolves From – None
  • Evolves Into – Steenee

Another all-female Pokémon is Bounsweet and its evolutions. The Pokémon is also based on the tasty Purple Mangosteen. Although you shouldn’t eat it, it does smell just as good.

Steenee #762

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  • Type – Grass
  • Flower – Purple Mangosteen
  • Abilities– Leaf Guard, Oblivious, Sweet Veil
  • Evolves From – Bounsweet
  • Evolves Into – Tsareena

At level 19, Bounsweet evolves into Steenee. The Pokémon has many of the same traits as the previous Pokémon; however, there are a few differences. Steenee is what would be equivalent to being “calloused” for us, so it can play without the fear of being hurt.

Tsareena #763

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  • Type – Grass
  • Flower – Purple Mangosteen
  • Abilities– Leaf Guard, Oblivious, Sweet Veil
  • Evolves From – Steenee
  • Evolves Into – None

The final evolution for Bounsweet is Tsareena. It can be evolved from Steenee whenever the Steenee is leveled after knowing Stomp. While it means no harm to those with pure hearts, Tsareena can detect evil and will attack it on the spot. Although, touching her crown does ensure she is left vulnerable.

Comfey #764

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  • Type – Fairy
  • Flower – Posies
  • Abilities– Flower Veil, Triage, Natural Cure
  • Evolves From – None
  • Evolves Into – None

Despite being directly after Tsareena in the Pokédex, Comfey doesn’t evolve from nor into any other Pokémon. The Pokémon is never seen without a ring of posies that it carries. Comfey uses these flowers as gifts to show affection. It also secrets oil onto the flowers that make them smell sweet and soothe those who wear the flowers.

Gen 8 Flower Pokémon

The newest Generation of Pokémon contains two Pokémon that I would consider flowers. 

Gossifleur #829

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  • Type – Grass
  • Flower – Gossypium
  • Abilities– Cotton Down, Regenerator, Effect Spore
  • Evolves From – None
  • Evolves Into – Eldegoss

Although Gossifleur is a flower, the evolved form Eldegoss is not. It is cotton. Gossifleur is a yellow and red flower based on the Gossypium – an aptly named Pokémon, it seems. With its pollen, Gossypium can heal others. That’s why it prefers clean air and water so that it can have maximum healing power. When it needs to, it can travel far just by riding the wind.

Applin #840

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  • Type – Grass/Dragon
  • Flower – Apple Blossom
  • Abilities– Ripen, Gluttony, Bulletproof
  • Evolves From – None
  • Evolves Into – Flapple/Appletun

Although Flapple resembles a half-eaten apple and Appletun resembles an apple pie, Applin is an apple. Since apples bloom from flowers, we can say that Applin is a flower too.

Applin isn’t much bigger than an apple, making it the smallest Dragon Pokémon. It evolves into Flapple when given a Tart Apple and Appletun when given a Sweet Apple.

FAQs

Question: Are All Flower Pokémon Grass-Type?

Answer: No. Although most flower Pokémon are at least half-Grass, a few flower Pokémon are Fairy-type. So far, all flower Pokémon are Grass or Fairy.

Question: What is the Best Flower Pokémon?

Answer: There isn’t a best flower Pokémon. Third evolutions are generally quite strong, but if the Pokémon doesn’t evolve, that doesn’t mean it can’t be a great addition to your team. 

Question: Which Pokémon Holds a Flower?

Answer: Flabébé and Floette each hold a flower. These flowers come in five colors. The unreleased Eternal Flower Floette also holds a flower that is unique. 

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