Are you a proud plant parent or a crazy plant lady? Or maybe you like plants but can't seem to keep them alive. Either way, you can create your own indoor jungle with the help of these free plant coloring pages for kids.
The best part is, these plants need no water and can never die!
What types of plants will you find below? There are lots of edibles - vegetables, fruits, nuts, and grains.
You can also try your hand at a variety of rare and exotic houseplants, such as the carnivorous Venus flytrap of the easy-going cactus.
You'll be in luck if you find a four-leaf clover, or set the scene with colorful fall foliage.
If you're looking for some more coloring printables similar to the Free Plant Coloring Pages, check out Free Tree Coloring pages - they're sure to give you plenty of enjoyment!
Online Coloring Pages for Kids
Get creative with this interactive cherries 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 Printable Plant Coloring Pages
Beans Coloring Sheet
They say that beans are good for your heart - coloring them is good for your art portfolio. Green beans like these can have green, yellow, black, or brown seeds inside their pods.
Pumpkin Patch Coloring Sheet
Don't color just one pumpkin - design a whole patch of them! Pumpkins are usually orange or white, but they can also be marked with yellow, green, black, or red.
Venus Flytrap Coloring Sheet
Venus flytraps may look like they came from another planet, but they actually grow in North America. They are green in color, and some have a pink or purple "mouth."
Cactus Coloring Sheet
Cactus like these saguaros thrive in dry environments. Color them a healthy green - they only turn brown when old and dry.
Broccoli Coloring Sheet
Broccoli is usually green in color, but did you know? Some varieties are tinged in purple, yellow, or white. What is more, the green leafy tops will turn into flowers if you don't pick the broccoli in time!
Peanut Coloring Sheet
If you found a peanut, color its shell brown and the nut inside red, brown, or white.
Holly Coloring Sheet
Holly has green leaves that are sometimes striped with white. Its berries are bright red or a striking white.
Vegetables Coloring Sheet
How do vegetables grow? Carrots, beets or radishes, and onions are root vegetables, forming underground. Tomatoes grow on bushes or vines.
Pistachios Coloring Sheet
Pistachios are a nut that comes from a tree. Their hard shells are tan. The nuts inside are bright green with a brown papery skin.
Shamrock Coloring Sheet
Shamrock or clover leaves are green or purple. Most clovers have three leaves, but occasionally they have four.
Potato Coloring Sheet
Potatoes are usually brown on the outside and white on the inside, but some varieties are purple or red.
Fall Oak Leaves Coloring Sheet
In the fall, oak leaves usually turn orange, red, or yellow before settling into brown as they dry.
Vines Coloring Sheet
What grows on these vines? you can cut and paste the beans above, or draw in some flowers or grapes.
Wheat Coloring Sheet
Wheat is a grass. It starts out green then turns white or gold when the grains are ready for harvesting.
Bamboo Coloring Sheet
Bamboo is the world's largest species of grass. It is usually green in color, but it can become dry and brown like wood.
Carrot Coloring Sheet
Carrots are usually orange, but some varieties are white, red, or such a dark purple that they almost look black.
Cherries Coloring Sheet
Many types of cherries turn bright red when ripe, but others are blackish-purple in color.
Food Chain Coloring Sheet
Plants are an important part of the food chain. Learn how plants - in this case, cattails - support so many animal species in the environment.
Pecan Nuts Coloring Sheet
These delicious brown nuts are ready to be made into a Thanksgiving pie. Get your crayons out and get cracking!
Pumpkin Coloring Sheet
Pumpkins are often the largest vegetables in the garden. Their skins may be orange, white, yellow, green, brown, reddish, or some combination of these colors.
Cartoon Flowers Coloring Sheet
Do flowers make you happy? You can make them happy, too! Add some color to the petals and stems of these smiling flowers.
Cartoon Forest Coloring Sheet
Use these woods to set your scene. You can make it green and cheerful with a blue sky above or dark and foreboding.
Fall Tree Coloring Sheet
Red, yellow, orange, brown - these are the colors that leaves turn in the fall. Print more than one copy of this page, and you can color its green spring leaves, too.
Pineapple Coloring Sheet
Pineapples are a yellowish-brown fruit with green leaves on top. Did you know? You can plant the leaves and grow another pineapple! Or, you can color this one instead.
Spruce Coloring Sheet
As an evergreen tree, spruces are - you guessed it - green in color. Some, like the blue spruce, have a blueish-green tinge from which it gets its name.
Pears Coloring Sheet
Pears come in many colors. Ripe fruit may be green, yellow, orange, brown, or red. Some are tinged with multiple colors.
Watermelon Slice Coloring Sheet
Classic watermelons have light and dark green striped skins. The inside is red or pink with black seeds. Some varieties are yellow or orange inside. The mellon may be green and white or completely dark green.
Fall Scenery Coloring Sheet
The windy day is causing the fruit to fall from the tree. You have a lot of control over this picture. What type of fruit is it - red apples or orange oranges, perhaps? What time of year is it? Can you see autumn colors or are the leaves still green?
Jungle Coloring Sheet
You will need every shade of green in the crayon box to color this jungle. Don't forget the blue river and the mountains in the distance.
Plant Coloring Pages - Which One Was Your Favorite?
What can you do with these plant-themed coloring pages? Well, you could download them, print them out, and bind them together to make a coloring book.
Or, you could create a food chain or food pyramid for your next science project. Decorate your home by cutting out paper houseplants or putting them in a frame. Or, make a nice nature-themed greeting card to let someone know you are thinking about them.
You know just how much fun the Free Plant Coloring Pages can be – so why not level up you coloring skills by giving the Free Flower Coloring pages a go as well for maximum entertainment?