20 Most Beautiful Flower Pokemon: Gorgeous and Pretty

The vast world of Pokemon is filled with interesting creatures and the most beautiful flower Pokemon are among the most adored.

The gorgeous and pretty flower Pokemon capture the hearts of players and anime fans with their adorable appearances.

We have researched the top flower Pokemon that has graced the Pokemon world. Aside from the beauty that these Pokemon possess, just like humans some of their qualities even make them shine brighter than the other ones.

Here are the 20 most beautiful flower Pokemon that will capture your heart:

20. Gossifleur

Gossifleur from Generation 8

Gossifleur is a grass-type flower Pokémon introduced in Generation VIII. The name Gossifleur was derived from the words gorse, a yellow-flowered evergreen shrub, and fleur meaning flower in French.

This lovely Pokemon with yellow and red flower is found near fields and mountains.

Gossifleur uses its petals to absorb nutrients from the soil which it uses to heal itself.

The pollen from Gossifleur can have a calming effect on people and the tea from its pollen is known to cure children’s illnesses.

During battle with other Pokémon, Gossifleur will try to weaken its foes with its thorny whips before going in for the finish with a powerful Gust attack. The best moves for this yellow and red Pokemon are Razor Leaf and Grass Knot.

19. Floette

Floette - Mermaid flower Pokemon with a flower in her hand

Floette is a fairy-type, lovely flower Pokemon introduced in Generation VI. The name Floette was derived from flower or floret and -ette a suffix originating from France mixed with “float” because of how this Pokemon floats around.

This beautiful new Pokémon habitat is a garden or a space full of blooming flowers.

Floette searches for flowers that are about to wilt and cares for them. Floette helps flowers restore their vibrancy. When the wilted flowers it looks after restore their radiance, Floette celebrates with an elegant dance.

In battle, Floette draws powers from flowers. The best moves for Floette are Vine Whip and Dazzling Gleam.

18. Vileplume

Vileplume - orginal cute Poison-type from Gen 1

Vileplume is a Grass or Poison-type flower Pokémon introduced in Generation I. The name Vileplume was derived from the words vile and plume suggesting the vile smell that the rafflesia flower on its head is associated with.

This charming Pokemon, among the Pokemon with a flower on its head, is known to inhabit swamps and jungles. The female ones are known to have larger flower spots than the male counterpart.

Vileplume scatters pollens from its bloom as it walks making the surrounding air turn yellow. The pollen is dangerous to be in contact with as it can trigger bad allergies, poisoning and even can cause paralysis.

The larger the petals of Vileplume’s flower, the more toxic its pollen becomes so even if this Pokemon looks adorable, it is a bad idea to approach it.

Vileplume uses its large flower to attract prey. When in battle, this Pokemon flaps its flower petals to scatter toxic pollens. The best moves for Vileplume are Razor Leaf and Sludge Bomb.

17. Lilligant

Lilligant

Lilligant is a Grass-type exquisite flower Pokémon introduced in Generation V. The name Lilligant was derived from the words lily and elegant.

This gorgeous Pokemon is another Pokemon with flowers on its head that are found in forests and meadows of the Alola region, requires a lot of pampering, and is extremely delicate.

Lilligant uses its alluring fragrance and elegant dancing to entrance foes. It then finishes them off with powerful kicks.

During battle, Lilligant attacks by using the blades on its arms or whipping its long tail around. The best moves for Lilligant are Solar Beam and Petal Dance.

16. Lurantis

Lurantis - red, green, and white flower

Lurantis is a Grass-type green and white flower Pokemon introduced in Generation VII. The name Lurantis came from “lure” short for fleur (French for “flower”) and mantis.

This beautiful flower Pokemon can be found in jungles.

Lurantis has a pleasant aroma with a colorful appearance and elegant moves. They want their trainers to treat them with utmost care and when they’re best cared for, their colors become more vibrant.

This beautiful flower pokemon’s sickle-shaped petals are so powerful that they can slice through thick metal plates.

During battle, Lurantis can gather light and shoot fire laser beams. This Pokemon’s best moves are Razor Leaf and Leaf Blade.

15. Petilil

Petilil - Gen 5 Lily-like pocket monster

Petilil is a Grass-type flower Pokémon introduced in Generation V. The name Petilil was derived from the words petal and lily.

This lovely green Pokemon with leaves on its head is found near fields and mountains during springtime.

Petilil has long green leaves that it uses to store energy. When fully energized, the leaves on its head will shine brightly.

During battle, Petilil attacks with a barrage of quick kicks. The best moves for Petilil are Solar Beam and Sleep Powder.

Petilil is the base form of Lilligant.

14. Sunflora

Sunflora - weird flower Pokemon

Sunflora is a Grass-type flower Pokemon introduced in Generation II. The name Sunflora was derived from the words sun and flora.

This green and yellow Pokemon is found near the sun.

Sunflora uses the sun’s energy to convert carbohydrates into food which it then stores in its leaves. When the hot season approaches, Sunflora’s colors become more vivid.

This beautiful flower pokemon also stops moving when the sun sets.

During battle, Sunflora will use its leaves to attack foes with a barrage of quick slaps. The best moves for this yellow and green Pokemon are Solar Beam and Petal Dance.

13. Florges

Florges from Gen 6

Florges is a Fairy-type flower Pokemon introduced in Generation VI. The name Florges came from the words flora and gorgeous.

This green and white Pokemon can be seen on Grasslands and is one of the prettiest Pokemon out there.

Florges devotes its life to protecting flower gardens and is known to live for more than a hundred years. This exquisite Pokemon can also increase its Pokemon flower power by soaking itself in the power emitted by flowering plants.

This beautiful flower Pokemon is capable of releasing a petal blizzard from its head when in battle. The best moves for this charming Pokemon are Vine Whip and Moonblast.

12. Bellsprout

Original Pokemon - Bellsprout

Bellsprout is a grass and poison type Pokémon introduced in Generation I. The name Bellsprout is derived from “bell” (referring to the shape of its head) and “sprout” (a young plant).

This yellow plant Pokemon with a yellow bell-shaped head can be found on grasslands and near marshes.

Bellsprout has a small root on its head that it uses to sense the environment and hunt for prey. The root also absorbs nutrients from the soil.

This plant Pokémon’s thin body is very flexible which allows Bellsprout to swivel and twist to avoid attacks.

In battle, Bellsprout will use moves such as Acid and Wrap to defeat foes. The best move for this beautiful flower Pokémon is Vine Whip and Power Whip.

11. Tsareena

Tsareena - Gen 7 female Pokemon with leaf on head

Tsareena is a grass type new Pokémon introduced in Generation VII. The name Tsareena has derived from the words tsarina, meaning empress, and queen.

This stunning flower Pokémon can be found near forests and grasslands.

Tsareena has a white and purple Pokemon body and is known as the “Queen of kick”. This attractive green Pokemon with a leaf on its head has strong and shapely legs which it uses to deliver powerful kicks to defeat its foes.

Tsareenas are known to be prideful and would give death stares to trainers they deem as weak.

This beautiful flower green Pokémon with a leaf on its head also has a sharp stinger on its heel which it uses to protect itself from predators.

In battle, Tsareena will use its formidable kicks to defeat enemies. The best moves for Tsareena are Power Whip and High Jump Kick.

10. Jumpluff

Jumpluff, grass/flying Type

Jumpluff is a grass and flying type Pokémon introduced in Generation II. The name Jumpluff was derived from the words jump and puff.

This pretty Pokemon can be found near mountains and forests during springtime.

Jumpluff has a fluffy white body which it uses to float in the air. When the hot season comes, Jumpluff’s body will become more colorful.

Jumpluff also has the ability to spread pollen which it uses to put enemies to sleep.

In battle, Jumpluff will use its fluffy body to attack foes with a barrage of quick slaps. The best moves for this beautiful flower Pokémon are Sleep Powder and Solar Beam.

9. Flabebe

Flabebe, beautiful Gen 6 Pokemon

Flabebe is a Fairy-type beautiful flower Pokemon introduced in Generation VI. The name Flabebe was derived from flower and bébé (French for “baby”).

This female-only species flower Pokemon lives in fields or gardens and is known for its distinct adorable notched ears.

Flabebe appears as a red and yellow flower Pokemon but can change colors depending on which flower it will attach itself to. In the event that the flower Flabebe is on gets damaged, it would search for another flower.

This beautiful flower Pokemon has pollens that have healing properties.

In battle, Flabebe can control hidden power from flowers. This flower Pokémon’s best attacks are Vine Whip and Dazzling Gleam.

Flabebe can evolve to Floette and Florges.

8. Comfey

Comfey the Fairy-Type Pokemon

Comfey is a Fairy-type Pokémon introduced in Generation VII. The name Comfey was one of the pleasant-sounding plant Pokemon names derived from comfort and bouquet.

This beautiful flower ring Pokemon can be found near forests and fields.

Comfey is one of the most beautiful Pokémon with its green body with white flowers all over it. This charming flower Pokemon is known to be laid back and attracts prey with the sweet aroma it emits.

Comfey also has the ability to pick up other Pokémon with its vine-like arms and carry them around.

In battle, Comfey will use moves such as Draining Kiss and Petal Blizzard to defeat foes. The best move for this beautiful flower Pokemon is Vine Whip and Grass Knot.

7. Meganium 

Meganium from Gen 2

Meganium is a Grass-type beautiful flower Pokemon introduced in Generation II. The name Meganium is a combination of “mega” and “geranium” words.

This pink and green Pokemon can be found on grasslands.

Meganium is a peaceful Pokemon and affectionate to their trainers. The sweet scent of Meganium’s petals can soothe emotions and anyone near this Pokemon would feel refreshed.

This amazing Pokemon’s breathe is known to revive dead plants and make them healthy again.

In battle, Meganium spews a more soothing scent to calm down an opponent’s blazing fighting spirit. Meganium’s best attacks are Vine Whip and Frenzy Plant.

6. Bounsweet

Bounsweet - A cute Gen 7 flower Pokemon

Bounsweet is a grass-type Pokémon introduced in Generation VII. The name Bounsweet is derived from bouncy and sweet.

This purple flower Pokémon can be found on trees near forests.

Bounsweet is known as one of the cutest Pokémon, has a big head and small body with black eyes and red lips. This lovely flower Pokémon gives off a delicious aroma and its juices are known to be sweet.

This beautiful Pokémon is also known to be very bouncy.

In battle, Bounsweet will use moves such as Play Rough and Sweet Scent to defeat foes. The best move for this cute flower Pokémon is Calm.

5. Shaymin (Sky Forme)

Shaymin in Sky Forme

Shaymin is a Grass-type, mythical flower Pokemon introduced in Generation IV. The name Shaymin came from “shaman” (a mystical healer who often uses plants), Shamayim (Hebrew for “heaven”), “stamen” (part of a plant), and “miniature.”

Shaymin is said to be found curled up in flower patches or fields.

When Shaymin is in its sky forme, it’s very sweet and amicable. The sky forme transformation happens when Shaymin takes in a scent of a rare flower.

Flowers can bloom on Shymin’s back when it’s relaxed but hides back in when this Pokemon gets frightened.

In batte, Shymin’s sky form has the Serene Grace ability that doubles the chance of an additional effect on top of the main attack. The best attacks for this beautiful flower Pokemon are Zen Headbutt & Solar Beam.

4. Ivysaur

Popular Pokemon Ivysaur

Ivysaur is a grass and poison type Pokémon introduced in Generation I. The name Ivysaur is derived from “ivy” and “saur” (a suffix that means lizard).

This green and yellow reptilian Pokemon with a flower on its back can be found on grasslands.

Ivysaur as one of the first stage evolutions of Bulbasaur has a small bulb on its back that has grown larger and now blooms a pink flower. The Pokémon is now able to fire seeds as bullets from the tip of the bulb.

As a beginner stage, Ivysaur is easy to take care of but as it grows, this Pokémon requires more sunlight to maintain its health.

In battle, Ivysaur will use moves such as Solar Beam and Petal Blizzard to defeat foes. The best move for this beautiful flower Pokémon is Vine Whip and Power Whip.

3. Bellossom

Gorgeous Bellossom

Bellossom is a Grass-type beautiful flower Pokémon introduced in Generation II. The name Bellossom is derived from the words bell and blossom.

This attractive small green Pokemon is found near warm and sunny areas such as forests during springtime.

Bellossom grows on sunny days by drinking plenty of water. When the night comes, they close their petals and go to sleep.

During battle, this green flower Pokemon dances to stir up a breeze that scatters pollen. The best moves for Bellossom are Petal Blizzard and Solar Beam.

2. Cherrim

Cute flower Pokemon Cherrim

Cherrim is a Grass-type beautiful flower Pokémon introduced in Generation IV. The name Cherrim, which is one of the loveliest pink Pokémon names, derives from the words cherry and prim.

This pink flower Pokemon can be seen near mountains during springtime.

Cherrim has a reddish-brown body and is known as the “Blooming Pokémon” with sunshine form. When exposed to sunlight, this lovely flower Pokemon will open its petals and release a sweet aroma.

This beautiful Pokemon can also store solar energy in its petals and use it to power up its attacks.

In battle, Cherrim will use moves such as Solarbeam and Petal Dance to defeat foes. The best moves for this beautiful flower power Pokemon are Sunny Day and Solarbeam.

1. Roserade

Flower Pokemon Roserade

Roserade is a grass or poison type charming flower Pokémon introduced in Generation IV. The name flower pokemon name Roserade is based on the words rose and masquerade.

Roserade usually inhabits forests and meadows.

This adorable Pokémon with a single leaf between its legs uses its deceiving aroma to attract its prey.

The sweeter the aroma of Roserade, the more toxic its poison becomes. This Pokemon can also poison its victim through the thorny Pokemon bouquet on its hands.

During battle, Roserade dances and strikes its whip laced with poison. The best attack from this Pokemon are Poison Jab and Sludge Bomb.

This Pokemon also evolves to a more gorgeous flower Pokemon, Roselia a tulip pokemon.


There you go, the best most beautiful flower Pokemon that fill the Pokemon world with vibrant colors and a lovely atmosphere. Be sure to get one of these charming Pokemon either for your card collection or Pokemon Go collection.

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