Fun Plant Coloring Pages For Kids of All Ages

Color these captivating plant coloring pages using markers, crayons, or watercolors! This collection includes the Venus Fly Trap, succulents, daisies, and more – perfect for any flower or nature theme! Also, check out our vegetable and fruit coloring pages as learning tools when studying plants!

Venus Fly Trap

Dionaea muscipula is an exotic carnivorous plant native to North and South Carolina coastal bogs in the United States. This unique species uses leaves with elastic bands attached that close like spring traps to capture insects, small creatures, and even flower petals! This remarkable specimen often blooms while protecting itself.

Venus fly traps lure unsuspecting prey with their flower-like appearance and sweet-scented nectar. Tiny hairs in each leaf become activated when an insect brushes against it; in an instantaneous response, they snap shut with astonishing speed! Once caught by these tightly closed leaves, their tight grip thrashes around a trapped insect before digesting it for the plant.

Though the Venus fly trap is an intriguing plant, it does have some downsides: holes in its leaves allow small prey and nutrients it consumes to escape, and temperature-dependent humidity requirements mean it needs constant humidity levels compared with many other carnivorous plants such as Nepenthes, Cephalotus, most Heliamphora or Drosera species.

Today, Venus fly traps are widely cultivated and sold as popular potted plants in greenhouses. Unfortunately, in nature, this species only inhabits 100 square miles of wetland habitat in North and South Carolina and remains endangered due to human development, fire suppression, and poaching by collectors. New plants can be started through either cloning or seeds, which can then be sown indoors or outdoors with sandy peat soil that retains dampness; their reproduction process can occur asexually or sexually.


Succulents are plants with thick, fleshy leaves and stems that store water and release it when conditions are dry, making them great houseplants or garden additions with low maintenance requirements and long lifespans – perfect for those new to gardening or who don’t have much time to take care of their plants themselves. Examples of succulents include aloe and cacti.

When selecting a succulent, there are numerous colors and shapes from which to choose. Some are rosette-forming like Dudley or echeveria, while others sprawl like sedum or agave; even tall varieties like the prickly pear cactus or jade plant are available.

Assimilated succulents offer vibrant colors and captivating patterns that make them fun coloring page subjects. Their repeated arrangement pleases the eye while being easy for coloring enthusiasts to complete. Their rubbery leaves provide extra grip while feeling good against the skin.

Plants like the flaming Katy succulent feature dark red blooms, adding an eye-catching pop of color to a living room or garden. Sempervivum succulents also boast vibrantly hued flowers that look lovely when placed among colorful foliage outdoors. Other popular succulent varieties include stonecrop and Eugenia succulents.

Succulents make great air purifiers and can help remove volatile organic compounds (VOCs). Their roots absorb water vapor from the air and convert it to food for their hearts. Succulents are also ideal for people with allergies to other plants as they don’t release carbon dioxide at night like other greenery.


The daisy is an iconic flower found throughout lawns and low prairies worldwide, easily recognized and instantly recognizable by all. With its straightforward design and simple hues, daisies make great coloring projects for kids of all ages. Use shades of the same hue for added depth or glitter and metallic or white gel pens to accent its vibrant petals with highlights or shimmering blooms. Adding dewdrops or ladybugs would only enhance this coloring sheet further!

Daisy coloring pages give children an engaging way to learn about different plants and their colors while helping them express themselves creatively and emotionally. Yellow can symbolize happiness and optimism, while purple represents femininity, pride, elegance, and royalty; pink daisies symbolize gentle admiration, affection, or adoration, while orange ones represent passion, excitement, and sunshine – Roman mythology’s Belides transformed herself into a daisy to escape unwanted attentions from Vertumnus (God of gardens and seasons) who attempted to seduce her; later adopted by Celtic peoples as a symbol of purity innocence and purity!

If you’re searching for something bright and colorful to bring to your garden, check out the Marguerite daisy. With its dark raised disk and delicate yet sophisticated petals that start pale yellow before becoming off-white as they bloom from spring till fall – it is ideal for wild meadows, borders, or large flower beds where it will cover every surface in blooms of color – plus it is hardy enough for zones 3 through 8.

Coffee Filter Roses

Coffee filter roses are an easy, fun craft for preschoolers and elementary kids. Kids can experiment with various colors and designs by creating these roses from coffee filters. Coffee filter roses can be made in any size you like, from complete to simple – using different types of glue can add variety! Finished coffee filter roses can be used in multiple ways: decorating bulletin boards, adding headbands or nosegays/corsages, etc. They may even be included as part of flower science units or May Crowning celebrations, as they can quickly done independently or together at slumber parties!

Cover your work surface with a sheet to prevent paint spillage to create these flowers. Separate and paint one filter at a time using watered-down tempura paints or diluted watercolors to reduce the filter’s ripping or tearing. When each filter has dried completely, add another color using a smaller brush for more contrast.

Once the filters are complete, assemble them. Starting from the right-side petals, fold down and over. Next, gather the center area before wrapping it with clear tape to secure it. Add a pipe cleaner for stemmed attachment, and you are all set!

Repeat these steps until all filters have been used to form a bouquet. This project makes an easy and inexpensive floral display for Mother’s Day or other special events requiring floral displays, including boutique or shop window displays. Furthermore, their durability means you could use them on mannequins and window displays!


Plant coloring pages can be an engaging way to teach kids about plants and flowers while practicing their coloring skills. Coloring can also relieve stress and promote relaxation – manually or via apps – with various styles available, from intricate relaxing pages to simple flower illustrations and even coloring pages based on mythological characters to develop creativity in children.

Many people don’t realize that fruits and vegetables are flowers; for instance, cauliflower resembles sunflower in its tightly packed seed pods. If you want a fun way to learn about plants, why not visit a botanical garden? This will give you access to various kinds of plants in one location and serve as an opportunity to be inspired by them all simultaneously!

Create cozy scenes featuring fifty common houseplants, from spiky cacti and fragrant anthuriums to trailing pothos and dragon trees. Printed on thick, high-quality paper that can take pencils or crayons well, this book is ideal for green thumbs of all stripes!

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