+25 Green Pokemon Explained (3D Images)

Green pokemon are very interesting in every generation. They always have some unique qualities that make them more interesting and powerful. Here is a list of top green ones. 

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Green Pokemon

Bellossom

Bellossom (Pokémon), 3d

It has the ability Chlorophyll, which powers up its Grass-type moves in sunlight. Its type combination is what makes it so effective at dealing massive damage to both Psychic- and Dark-types (two types that often lack much defense against Grass). Learn More

Leafeon

Leafeon (Pokémon), 3d

Leafeon is a Grass-type Pokémon with a light green body and dark green, leaf-shaped spots all over it. Its tail is made of leaves and resembles the tail of a fox. It has three pairs of legs: two on its belly, one on its back, and one on its head. The ears are covered in fur with leafy tufts just like the rest of its body.

Carnivine

Carnivine (Pokémon), 3d

Carnivine is the final form of Finneon, evolving from it when leveled up while knowing Ancient Power.

A carnivorous plant that looks like it could eat an entire cow with one bite, Carnivine gets its name from its ability to capture prey by ensnaring them in its hair-like vines and then draining their energy. 

Burmy

Burmy (Pokémon), 3d

Burmy is a Bug/Plant-type Pokémon. It is a cocoon that protects itself with its cloak-like shell. When it feels threatened, it will open its cloak and reveal its true form.

Grovyle

Grovyle (Pokémon), 3d

Grovyle is a bipedal, reptilian Pokémon. It has a light green coloration with darker green stripes, and it resembles the larvae of tree frogs. Grovyle's eyes are red with black pupils. 

Dustox

Dustox (Pokémon), 3d

Dustox is a Bug/Poison type Pokémon that can have the ability Shield Dust or the ability Illuminate. Dustox are primarily found in the wild in Sinnoh, but can also be obtained by breeding Combusken and Beautifly. Dustox's name is derived from "dust", referring to its powder-like wings, and "craftsman".

Bulbasaur

Bulbasaur (Pokémon), 3d

Bulbasaur is a Grass-type Pokémon that was first seen in the anime episode "Bulbasaur and the Hidden Village". Bulbasaur is one of the starter Pokémon in Pokémon Red and BlShades Of Blue Color: +50 Blue Colors with Hex Codesue (alongside Charmander and Squirtle).

Lotad

Lotad (Pokémon), 3d

Lotad's main body is blue and it has two short green vines sprouting from the sides of its head, which are used for floating in the water or holding objects. 

It also has two long vines extending from its rear end that it uses as feet when standing upright on land.

Grotle

Grotle (Pokémon), 3d

Grotle's stats are all pretty intimidating‚ÄĒit has great HP and Attack stats, but it's Defense and Special Attack are pretty low. Still, it's a solid choice for your team if you're looking for someone who can hit hard and take hits well.

Budew

Budew (Pokémon), 3d

Budew is a small Pokémon with a nearly spherical body. It has a pair of green leaves on its head and a single green leaf on its tail. Its body is primarily light green, with white tips on the leaves.

Politoed

Politoed (Pokémon), 3d

Politoed is a large, green frog-like Pokémon with yellow markings around its red eyes. On its belly are three black spots that merge together to form an upside-down triangle, which may be meant to represent a stylized belly button. 

There are two white circles on each of its limbs and the end of its thick tail; the inner half of these circles are blue, while their outer halves are yellowish green.

Larvitar

Larvitar (Pokémon), 3d

A large, blue reptilian Pokémon with a tan underside, Larvitar is roughly the size of a child and has two horns on its head. It has a black "mask" over its eyes and red stripes on its tail.

Treecko

Treecko has a very serious demeanor, but can also be seen smiling when he's happy. It is an agile climber that can even scale vertical concrete walls.

Venusaur

Venusaur (Pokémon), 3d

Venusaur has long been one of the most popular Pokemon, especially among those who played the original games. With its thick body, large flower, and towering height, this vine-like creature is not only aesthetically pleasing but also a powerful force to be reckoned with in battle!

Ludicolo

Ludicolo (Pokémon), 3d

Ludicolo has three different forms, which are named after the word they are based on: Ludicolo, Rain Dish; Marill, Sap Sipper; and Azumarill, Huge Power.

Tropius

Tropius is a Grass/Flying type Pokémon. It can learn the following moves: Dragon Dance, Giga Drain, Leaf Blade, Leaf Storm, Natural Gift, Petal Blizzard and Petal Dance. Tropius has two abilities: Solar Power or Harvest and Chlorophyll.

The former increases its Special Attack when it's sunny out as long as Tropius isn't asleep (but it also prevents Tropius from being able to fall asleep outside of battle). 

Gulpin

Gulpin (Pokémon), 3d

The Gulpin can be found in the Hoenn Region. This Pokémon is a poison type. It has a white plump head, two purple lips and a small horn on its head. It also has two eyes that are black with small pupils as well as stubby arms with three fingers each.

The Bellossom is a plant-like Pokémon that resembles a flower. Its head has two short spikes, and it has oval eyes with small pupils. Its body consists of a large, pink flower at the top and base, with a green stem in between

Bellsprout

You may have heard of Bellsprout, a Grass/Poison-type Pokémon that evolves into Weepinbell starting at level 21, which then evolves into Victreebel when exposed to a Leaf Stone. This Pokemon is one of the most well-known in the Pokédex and has been featured in many games over the years.

Cradily

Cradily (Pokémon), 3d

A Cradily is a large Pokémon that resembles a sea anemone. It has a large, round body with two fleshy arms and two stubby legs. It has a large mouth with four teeth that are visible even when its mouth is closed.

Cradily's arm is green and has three-fingered hands at the end. In the back of its body is a small, red spike. The top of Cradily's head is green and somewhat resembles a tuft of grass.

Caterpie

Caterpie (Pokémon), 3d

Caterpie is a small insect Pokémon with a brown body. Its eyes are large compared to the rest of its body, and it has no visible legs.

The insects hatch from eggs and undergo metamorphosis before emerging as adults. Caterpie is the most common form of this life cycle, but there are several others including Pupitar and Wormadam (Plant).

Xatu

Xatu is a Psychic/Flying-type Pokémon, which means this bird Pokémon has the ability Synchronize. 

Serperior

Serperior is the final evolution of Snivy. It is a Grass-type Pokémon. It is known as the Regal Pokémon, meaning that it shows confidence and gracefulness even in the heat of battle.

Serperior can learn Leaf Storm, Coil and Leaf Blade.

Vibrava

It has the abilities Rock Head or Overcoat. If Vibrava's HP total is below 1/3, it loses all of its HP in one hit regardless of type effectiveness (including Fairy-type attacks). 

Pansage

Pansage is a Grass-type Pokémon, based on a monkey. It is one of the three Pokémon that you can choose from besides Snivy and Tepig, which are all monkeys. Also, it's the first of three monkey-like Pokémon in Unova.

Swadloon

It is the final form of Sewaddle. Swadloon are protected by their hard shell and will roll up into it if attacked by an enemy.

Maractus

Maractus (Pokémon), 3d

Maractus has a large, round body with a small, black head. Its main body consists of five green ovals that each contain three yellow spikes; these ovals are separated by two short spikes on either side of the oval's center line.

Basculin

Basculin is a Water/Dark type Pokémon. It is known as the Savage Pokémon and is based on a bass fish. Basculin evolves from Roggenrola at level 25. It is one of two Pokémon that can use the move Bounce, which bounces an opponent off of itself or another Pokémon that knows Bounce.

Breloom

Breloom (Pokémon), 3d

Breloom is a small, mushroom-like Pokémon with a red cap and a white body. It has pincers on its head and emits spores from its body. The Nintendo 3DS game Pokémon X and Y features two types of green Pokémon: the Grass/Fighting-type Breloom and the Fire/Fighting-type Darumaka.

Chikorita

Chikorita is a female-only species with no male counterpart. The leaves that grow on this Pokémon's back are very bitter. If a Pokémon tries to eat the leaves, it will choke and cough with tears in its eyes. This Pokémon will also use this flavor to counter any attack."

Duosion

Duosion is a Psychic-type Pokémon. It evolves from Reuniclus when exposed to a Dusk Stone, and can evolve into either Solosis or Duosion if it levels up while knowing the move Psychic.

Duosion has the ability Dual Brains, which allows it to use the same move twice in one turn. It can learn the moves Psybeam, Psychic, Thunder and Ice Beam by leveling up only once.

Spinarak

When you see a Spinarak, you have to keep your eyes on its legs because they're what makes it dangerous! It has eight legs, which it uses to ensnare prey with its string. This string can also be used by Spinarak to swing from trees and travel great distances.

Electrike

Electrike (Pokémon),3d3

Electrike is an Electric-type Pokémon that evolves into Manectric at level 26. It evolves from Shinx as a Shinx at level 15, and can Mega Evolve into Mega Manectric when holding the Manectite.

Servine

Servine (Pokémon), 3d

Servine is known as the "Snake Pokémon". It has long vines and a leaf on its head that resembles a crown or tiara. It can wrap its vines around trees to bind them together, or tangle up opponents with them to knock them out of balance.

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