In the spring and summer, many people like to work outside in vegetable gardens or flower gardens. Even on a rainy day, you can enjoy the garden's beauty with these free garden coloring pages for kids.
If you're hungry for organic produce, you will find tomatoes, lettuce, beets, squash, corn, potatoes, and so much more. Fill your basket or your salad bowl with these ripe veggies!
Perhaps it's flowers you are looking for. We've got roses, daisies, tulips, lilacs, poppies, lavender, and so much more. You will find flowers that come in every shade - you will simply need your crayons, markers, or colored pencils to bring out their true colors.
There are also plenty of helpful friends to join you in your garden. Bees and butterflies are there as essential pollinators, and ants, beetles, dragonflies, and other bugs help keep nature's balance in check.
Does your garden need room to grow? You can get down on the farm and color your very own barn!
Online Coloring Pages for Kids
Get creative with this interactive bee coloring page. Experiment with unique color combinations and see which one looks the best!
In addition to the usual printable coloring pages, we also have online coloring available for every coloring sheet in this post!
Just scroll down, and you'll find the coloring options for each coloring page.
Free Garden Coloring Pages
Sunflower Coloring Sheet
You will feel as sunny as a sunflower as you complete this drawing guide. Most sunflowers have yellow petals, brown and black centers, and green stems and leaves. Some have white, red, orange, or purple on their petals.
Ladybug Coloring Sheet
Don’t let this ladybug fly away home until you have given her some color! Most ladybird beetles are red with black spots. Some are orange, yellow, or greenish with black or brown spots.
Fence Coloring Sheet
If you dream of a cozy cottage with a white picket fence, color one! Leave the wooden slats white, color them brown like bare wood, or paint them any color you can dream up.
Onion Coloring Sheet
They say ogres are like onions - whether or not that is true, you can color this one. The grasslike leaves at the top of the onion are green. The vegetable itself could be white, yellowish brown, or even red or purple.
Butterfly Garden Coloring Sheet
Gardens need pollinators like this butterfly in order to continue to grow. Color the lush grass, the butterfly’s colorful wings, and the flowers.
Vegetables Coloring Sheet
Don’t stop at just one vegetable when you can color a whole garden full of them! This picture includes tomatoes, onions, carrots, and beets. You will also find a friendly butterfly.
Pumpkin Coloring Sheet
Pumpkins like this one are usually orange or white in color, but some are green or brown. What will you do with your pumpkin? With a bit of drawing, it could become a scary decoration or even a magical carriage!
Lemon Tree Coloring Sheet
A lemon tree is very pretty, but some people think its sour fruit is impossible to eat! The good news is, it’s not impossible to color. Shade the lemons yellow, or use green to turn them into limes.
Dragonfly Coloring Sheet
Dragonflies are friendly garden insects because they eat pests like mosquitos. Many dragonflies come in bright, iridescent colors.
Bush Coloring Sheet
Add a flowering shrub to your garden with this coloring sheet. You can choose the colors of the flowers. Might this be a berry bush?
Lilac Flower Coloring Sheet
Here is a close-up of another type of flowering bush. Lilac blossoms are usually light purple in color, but they can also be white or pink.
Lemon Coloring Sheet
Did you color the lemon tree above? Now, do a close-up of one of its lemons! Or, you can turn one or both of the fruits into limes by coloring them green.
Beetle Coloring Sheet
This stag beetle may look ferocious, but he’s actually a peaceful garden guest. Some stag beetles are a dull brown while others are iridescent in shades of green or orange.
Daisy Flower Coloring Sheet
Daisies come in many colors. Rather than picking the petals off a flower to the rhyme, “He loves me, he loves me not,” you can shade the petals instead!
Squash Coloring Sheet
Do you like to eat butternut squash? This autumn vegetable is a light orange color inside and out.
Garlic Coloring Sheet
Garlic adds a lot of flavor to food. The cloves are covered in papery skins that are usually white, perhaps streaked with purple.
Cartoon Tree Coloring Sheet
This classic cartoon tree has a big, leafy crown, forked branches, and a spiral-shaped knothole on its trunk. Color the leaves green and the trunk brown.
Cherries Coloring Sheet
Tasty cherries are bright red when ripe. Some are a darker red or even a purplish hue.
Pears Coloring Sheet
Color this pair of pears. The apple-like fruits may be green, yellow, brown, reddish, or a combination of these colors.
Dandelion Coloring Sheet
Most dandelions around the world have green leaves and bright yellow flowers. Some varieties have white or pink blooms.
Asparagus Coloring Sheet
Asparagus is a green vegetable, but it can also be white, purple, or green tinged with purple tips.
Grapes Coloring Sheet
What type of grapes are your favorite? These bite-sized fruits can be green, purple, red, or pink.
Firefly Coloring Sheet
Do lightning bugs make an appearance in your summer garden at night? Color their brown bodies and glowing yellow abdomens.
Apricot Coloring Sheet
Apricots are similar to peaches. Many are orange or peach in color. Some are tinged with yellow or red.
Peach Tree Coloring Sheet
Did you color the apricot above? Now, color its cousin, the peach, hanging from a tree. Most peaches are orangish with reddish coloration at the top.
Lettuce Coloring Sheet
You can use leafy lettuce like this to make a salad. The lettuce leaves may be green, purple, reddish, white, or some combination of these colors.
Lavender Coloring Sheet
How many purple flowers can you find on this list? Here is another. Lavender is usually purple but can sometimes be found in shades of white or pink.
Cherry Blossoms Coloring Sheet
Cherry blossoms, called sakura in Japanese, are usually pink, white, or some combination of these colors.
Spruce Coloring Sheet
The spruce is an evergreen tree, like a pine tree. It typically has green needles and a brown trunk. One variety, the blue spruce, is bluish-green in color.
Grasshopper Coloring Sheet
Most grasshoppers are green or brown. But they can also come in astonishing colors - yellow with black stripes or blue and red spots on the legs, for instance.
Orchid Coloring Sheet
Phalaenopsis orchids like this one range in color from white or yellow to pink or purple. Many have patterns of blotches or stripes on their petals.
Green Beans Coloring Sheet
As their name suggests, most green beans are green in color! A few types have purple stripes or are solid yellow.
Cucumber Coloring Sheet
Most cucumbers are dark green on the outside and light green on the inside. Some types are a different shade of green or even yellow in color.
Easy Cartoon Bug Coloring Sheet
Did you color the ladybug beetle above? Color this one to give her a friend! Most ladybugs are red with black spots. Some are orange, yellow, or green.
Corn Cob Coloring Sheet
This corn has the juice and a smiling face! Color the corn kernels yellow, white, or a combination of colors - red, blue, purple, or green. Color the leafy shuck green or brown.
Cartoon Butterfly Coloring Sheet
Design your own beautiful butterfly with this realistic coloring sheet. Most butterflies have brown or black bodies, perhaps with white markings. Their wing patterns come in many colors!
Flower Garden Coloring Sheet
This flower garden is home to a friendly black and yellow striped bumble bee. Make him feel at home by coloring the daisy and tulip flowers.
Calla Lily Coloring Sheet
Many calla lilies are white with yellow centers. But they can come in a rainbow of colors, ranging from yellow to pink to a purple so deep that the petals appear black
Heart Carved in Tree Coloring Sheet
There’s no need to injure a tree to declare your love - you can color this romantic picture instead!
Potato Coloring Sheet
Most potatoes have brown skins. They can also be yellow, red, or even purple.
Rose Bush Coloring Sheet
Why settle for one cut flower when you can give someone the whole rosebush? Enjoy endless blossoms when you color this one. What variety of rose will you choose?
Monarch Butterfly Coloring Sheet
Monarch butterflies are recognized by their bright orange wings, which are edged in a black band with white spots.
Tomato Coloring Sheet
Juicy, ripe tomatoes are usually red in color, but they can also be yellow, orange, or purplish. Unripe tomatoes are green.
Eggplant Coloring Sheet
Italian eggplants - the ones you usually see in grocery stores - are purple in color. Some are so dark they almost appear black. Other types of eggplants are white, green, pink, or purple striped.
Wheat Coloring Sheet
Wheat is a type of grass. Like grass, its stems and seeds are initially green. When they ripen, they turn a golden color.
Easy Bee Coloring Sheet
It’s easy to shade this bee with black and yellow stripes. But did you know? Not all bees are these colors. Some are solid black, red, blue, or green!
Strawberry Coloring Sheet
Juicy strawberries are usually red with dark seeds. Before the fruit ripens, it is white or green. But did you know? Some strawberries are white with red seeds!
Carrot Coloring Sheet
Traditionally, carrots are orange in color. But they can also be white, yellow, red, or even purple. Add a little color to your plate!
Farm Coloring Sheet
Where do all these veggies you’ve been coloring come from? From down on the farm, of course! Color the classic red barn and rolling green hills.
Poppy Coloring Sheet
Red poppies like the poisoned ones from The Wizard of Oz are popular, but these flowers also come in many other colors - yellow, orange, pink, and purple to name a few.
Ant Coloring Sheet
Ants may be the hardest workers you will find in your garden. Most ants are black, brown, or red in color.
Free Garden Coloring Pages - Which One Was Your Favorite?
Which of these tasty garden coloring pages was your favorite? You can enjoy coloring them online or print them out to color by hand using markers, crayons, or colored pencils.
You can create your own deluxe garden-themed coloring book using all the pages. Or, you can make a smaller coloring book focusing on vegetables, flowers, or garden insects.