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21 Best Grass Type Pokémon In Every Generation (2022)

Grass type Pokémon are not just one of the most common types in the Pokémon universe, but they are also quite popular. The very first entry in the Pokédex is Bulbasaur which is a grass-type and it is also one of the starter types in several generations, which kinda cemented its position as one of the most popular of all time!

This type of Pokémon may be common to find but it’s definitely worth it to have at least one grass-type on your team. They are extremely strong against water-type, normal-type and ground-type and they are also immune to electric-type attacks. They are also capable of learning several amazing moves like poison attacks that can instantly turn the tide in battle.

There is a huge variety in design of the grass type Pokémon – you will see all kinds of animals, you will see bugs, and you will even see plant-based and tree-based designs. And most of these designs are really cool and eye-catching!

Since this is one of the most common type of Pokémon, it was only natural that I would want to make a list featuring all the popular grass Pokémon of all time and let you all know about them too!

Best Grass-Type Pokemon of 2022

21. Rillaboom

rillaboom

Rillaboom was introduced in Generation VIII. It evolves from Thwackey at level 35 and is the final form of Grookey. It also has a Gigantamax form!

This gorilla-like Pokémon is a mix of brown, light, and tan colors. It has triangular ears and orange irises. On its arms, there are butterfly-shaped tan marks and more on its rib cage. It also has two green cuffs right next to its fingers. In attack, the Rillaboom always has its drum set. The drumming brings out its special tree stump power. The rhythm of the drumming determines its direction during battle.

  • Type: Grass
  • Weakness: Flying, Poison, Bug, Fire, Ice
  • Immunity: None
  • Resistance: Ground, Water, Grass, Electric

20. Trevenant

trevenant

Trevenant is a dual-type Ghost/Grass Pokémon. It was introduced in Generation VI and evolves from Phantump after a trade.

This spider-legged, tree-like Pokémon has a slim body frame and can be seen in tree gaps. It has one red eye and wavy branches on both sides of its head. It also has a cluster of green leaves and gnarled branches for its arms. By using its roots, this ghost-type Pokémon can manipulate other trees. It attacks anyone who tries to harm the flora. Also, its body can become a home for other animals which it generally treats with kindness.

  • Type: Ghost/Grass
  • Weakness: Flying, Ghost, Fire, Ice, Dark
  • Immunity: Normal, Fighting
  • Resistance: Ground, Water, Grass, Electric

19. Carnivine

carnivine

Carnivine is yet another Grass type Pokémon that you should know about. It was introduced in Generation IV and is not known to evolve.

It is formed similarly to a Venus flytrap, and it has small pupils, a massive range of mouth movement, and powerful spikes for its teeth. It also has a stem and vines too. It blends perfectly into the flora and can hang easily off trees. Carnivine lives in forests and can entice prey by exposing them to its scented saliva. It’s also a slow eater and can take a whole day to consume even the smaller ants.

  • Type: Grass
  • Weakness: Flying, Poison, Bug, Fire, Ice
  • Immunity: Ground
  • Resistance: Water, Grass, Electric

18. Tsareena

tsareena

Tsareena was introduced in Generation VII. This Pokémon evolves from Steenee when it levels up with a knowledge of Stomp; it is the final form of Bounsweet.

Tsareena is bipedal and looks human. It has dark-purple eyes and no visible mouth on its face. It’s also colored white on its hip and head. On its head, there are three massive locks of hair with yellow spherical patterns. This Pokémon is prideful and cannot tolerate being controlled. In battle, it makes use of kicks and graceful movements to neutralize opponents. To serve as a distraction to its enemy, Tsareena conveniently gives off a sweet-smelling fragrance that will cause the enemy to become weak.

  • Type: Grass
  • Weakness: Flying, Poison, Bug, Fire, Ice
  • Immunity: None
  • Resistance: Ground, Water, Grass, Electric

17. Serperior

serperior

Serperior, the Regal Pokémon, was introduced in Generation V and evolves from Servine at level 36. It is the final form of Snivy.

Serperior is a red-eyed, serpentine Pokémon. It’s colored in green with patches of white on its throat. Also, this Pokémon is patterned with curled streaks that extend to its face. On its head, two yellow protrusions are visible with coiled dark-green extensions that spread from its neck. It believes itself to be superior to others and as a result, it will attack enemies who do not avoid its glare. It can also amplify solar power with its body.

  • Type: Grass
  • Weakness: Flying, Poison, Bug, Fire, Ice
  • Immunity: None
  • Resistance: Ground, Water, Grass, Electric

16. Dhelmise

dhelmise

Dhelmise is a dual Ghost/Grass type Pokémon. It was introduced in Generation VII and does not evolve.

Dhelmise has the likeness of an anchor and is in fact made of one. It’s held together by seaweed which is its true body. On the anchor, there are rusty, blackish spots and a star shape on the hub. The wheel is damaged and colored lavender and yellow in sections. Dhelmise, which prefers large animals, can capture prey with its body and render them unconscious easily. In attack, it entangles its prey and causes them to suffocate. It never runs out of seaweed as it continues to replenish itself during motion.

  • Type: Ghost/Grass
  • Weakness: Flying, Ghost, Fire, Ice, Dark
  • Immunity: Normal, Fighting
  • Resistance: Ground, Water, Grass, Electric

15. Roserade

roserade

Roserade is a dual-type Grass/Poison Pokémon which was introduced in Generation IV. It evolves from Roselia when exposed to a Shiny Stone and is the final form of Budew.

Roserade is a bipedal Pokémon and it looks like the fusion of a Rose and Masquerade. On its head, there are white rose petals and it also dons a green cape. It’s got yellow eyes and a bouquet in each hand. Although beautiful, this elegant Pokémon can be very deadly. From both hands, it can emit dangerous poisons and a poisonous whip to neutralize other hostile Pokémon.

  • Type: Grass/Poison
  • Weakness: Flying, Fire, Psychic, Ice
  • Immunity: None
  • Resistance: Fighting, Water, Grass, Electric, Fairy

14. Ferrothorn

ferrothorn

Ferrothorn is a dual-type Grass/Steel Pokémon. It was introduced in Generation V and it evolves from Ferroseed at level 40.

Being a steel-type Pokémon, Ferrothorn has a metallic body that is covered in thorns. Its eyes are colored green and yellow with dark pupils. It also has a powerful green spike that extends from its body. In attack, it will lunge its incredibly powerful spikes at enemies. They’re also useful for climbing and gripping cave walls and other crevices. It gets food by scraping cave walls using its feelers.

  • Type: Grass/Steel
  • Weakness: Fighting, Fire
  • Immunity: Poison
  • Resistance: Normal, Rock, Steel, Water, Grass, Electric, Psychic, Dragon, Fairy

13. Decidueye

decidueye

Decidueye is a dual Ghost/Grass-type Pokémon. It was first introduced in Generation VII. Decidueye evolves from Dartrix at level 34 and is the final form of Rowlet.

Decidueye is an avian, owl-like Pokémon. It has a dark-green patch on its face and orange circles around its eyes. It’s also got a snow-white body and powerful, brown wings. On each wing and its torso, there are six beautiful polka dots. This Pokémon is great at camouflage and can blend seamlessly into its environment. In battle, it can vanish and deploy dangerous, unexpected quill attacks at its enemies. Decidueye is eerily accurate from any range and is the only practitioner of the Spirit Shackle move.

  • Type: Grass/Ghost
  • Weakness: Flying, Ghost, Fire, Ice, Dark
  • Immunity: Normal, Fighting
  • Resistance: Ground, Water, Grass, Electric

12. Torterra

torterra

Torterra is a dual-type Grass/Ground Pokémon. It was introduced in Generation IV and it evolves from Grotle at level 32. It is the final form of Turtwig.

This tortoise-like Pokémon is quadrupedal and has a large shell covering on its back. It also has a single, oak-like three, red eyes and three peak-like extensions on its shell. This black-nosed Pokémon is partitioned into two discernible sections colored brown and green. Like the tortoise, this ground-type is a static Pokémon and will live in the same place during its life. To keep its tree alive, it will “move the forest” in search of water. In attack, it shoots seeds and leaves at its enemies and can wield vines too.

  • Type: Grass/Ground
  • Weakness: Flying, Bug, Fire, Ice
  • Immunity: Electric
  • Resistance: Ground, Rock

11. Shaymin

shaymin

Shaymin is one of the best Grass type Pokémon. It was introduced in Generation IV and it does not evolve. However, it has a second form that activates when it wields a Gracidea during the day.

Shaymin has similar physical properties to a hedge-hog. This mythical Pokémon is tender and has grass-like fur on its back. It also has pink flowers on its head and others that appear when it’s comfortable. It can remove toxins from the air and make them into something pleasant. This Pokémon is telepathic and can feel appreciation without words or presence. Shaymin is a master of disguise and can avoid the most dangerous situations by curling up and blending in.

  • Type: Grass
  • Weakness: Flying, Poison, Bug, Fire, Ice
  • Immunity: None
  • Resistance: Ground, Water, Grass

10. Kartana

kartana

Kartana is a dual-type Grass/Steel Pokémon. It was introduced in Generation VII and is not known to evolve. It is one of the Ultra Beasts, a group of extra-dimensional Pokémon, and is known by the code name of UB-04 Blade.

Kartana looks like a humanoid cut-out. On one side, it’s white and orange on the other and in its center, there’s a four-sided star. It has two antennae on its top and no discernible facial features. For arms, it has two yellow projections that extend from its midsection. In attack, it relies on its sharp edges which can cut down a building. Like paper, Kartana is lightweight and this allows it to evade danger with great ease. However, it is susceptible to fire.

  • Type: Grass/Steel
  • Weakness: Fighting, Fire
  • Immunity: Poison
  • Resistance: Normal, Rock, Steel, Water, Grass, Electric, Psychic, Dragon, Fairy

9. Celebi

celebi

Celebi is a dual-type Psychic/Grass Pokémon and also one of the Mythical Pokémon. It was introduced in Generation II. It is also the guardian of the Ilex forest.

Celebi is a fairy-like Pokémon and has clear wings, three toes, and three fingers on its cubits. It also has large infant-looking eyes and green antennae on its head. This psychic-type is a plant-loving Pokémon and a time traveler. It can also revivify plants that are sick or dead. This Pokémon amongst others can only be seen in peaceful times.

  • Type: Psychic/Grass
  • Weakness: Flying, Poison, Bug, Ghost, Fire, Ice, Dark
  • Immunity: None
  • Resistance: Fighting, Ground, Water, Grass, Electric, Psychic

8. Leafeon

leafeon

Leafeon is a Grass type Pokémon which was introduced in Generation IV. It evolves from Eevee when it gets leveled up close to a Moss Rock or comes in contact with a Leaf Stone. It is one of Eevee’s many evolutions!

Leafeon is a quadrupedal Pokémon. It has a tan coloration and green sprouts on different parts of its body. It also has tan tufts of fur and brown eyes. This Pokémon is similar to many plants as it has green leaves on its body and even has a leafy tail. Instead of predation or cannibalism, it uses photosynthesis to replenish its energy. Although this Pokémon prefers non-violence, it can defend itself with its sharp tail.

  • Type: Grass
  • Weakness: Flying, Poison, Bug, Fire, Ice
  • Immunity: None
  • Resistance: Ground, Water, Grass, Electric

7. Meganium

meganium

Meganium is one of the most popular Grass-type Pokémon. It was first introduced in Generation II and it evolves from Bayleef at level 32. It is the final form of Chikorita.

Meganium is a dinosaur-like Pokémon. It has a green coloration, yellow eyes, and a short snout. It also has antennae and beautiful pink flower petals on its neck. These petals are very useful in calming aggression as the fragrance from it can bring a feeling of serene peacefulness. Meganium can also bring dead plants and grass to life with its breath.

  • Type: Grass
  • Weakness: Flying, Poison, Bug, Fire, Ice
  • Immunity: None
  • Resistance: Ground, Water, Grass, Electric

6. Calyrex

calyrex

Calyrex is a dual-type Psychic/Grass Pokémon. It was introduced in Generation VIII. Although Calyrex does not evolve, it has two alternate forms which are activated by using Reins of Unity, Glastrier and Spectrier.

Calyrex is a bipedal Pokémon with long legs that are disproportionate to its body. On its head, four prongs extend to form a large, oversized crown. This legendary Pokémon has triangular patterns in blue and white on its neck. It has omniscient vision and can see through time. It uses its healing power to conserve the forests and keep them blooming. It can also possess humans and use their bodies to achieve its own ends.

  • Type: Psychic/Grass
  • Weakness: Flying, Poison, Bug, Ghost, Fire, Ice, Dark
  • Immunity: None
  • Resistance: Fighting, Ground, Water, Grass, Electric, Psychic

5. Venusaur

venusaur

The Venusaur is a dual-type Grass/Poison Pokémon which was introduced in Generation I. It evolves from Ivysaur at level 32 and is the final form of Bulbasaur. Unlike most, it can Mega Evolve and it also has a Gigantamax form!

Venusaur is a quadrupedal Pokémon. It had blue-green skin, snout, and a wide mouth. It also has pointed ears and a massive, pink white-spotted flower that sits on its back. It can convert the flora on its back into energy when it’s sunny. When it rains, the flowers give off a soothing fragrance and attract other Pokémon. To fight off enemies, this Pokémon attacks with powerful vines in its Gigantamax form. It can also give off dangerous pollen from its flowers.

  • Type: Grass/Poison
  • Weakness: Flying, Fire, Psychic, Ice
  • Immunity: None
  • Resistance: Fighting, Water, Grass, Electric, Fairy

4. Sceptile

sceptile

Sceptile is yet another popular Grass type Pokémon. It was introduced first in Generation III. It evolves from Grovyle beginning at level 36 and is the final form of Treecko. It can also Mega Evolve using the Sceptilite!

Sceptile is a reptilian Pokémon and its green coloration is contrasted by yellow seed-like circles on its back. It also has two crests, yellow eyes, and a colorful band across its waist. In an attack, it can deploy the Leaf blade move against opponents. When it Mega-evolves, its tail becomes longer and has a red sharp end. This regenerative tail can transform into a missile and devastate its enemies.

  • Type: Grass
  • Weakness: Flying, Poison, Bug, Fire, Ice
  • Immunity: None
  • Resistance: Ground, Water, Grass, Electric

3. Tapu Bulu

tapu bulu

Tapu Bulu is a dual-type Grass/Fairy Pokémon. It was first introduced in Generation VII and is not known to evolve. It is the guardian deity of Ula’ula Island.

Tapu Bulu looks like a bull and it has a powerful body and thick arms. It also has a glistening blue eye, two black horns, and orange lines across the iris in its eyes. It has a golden nose, many thick lines on its body, and face. Although it looks menacing, it rarely ever does anything and is lazy. That said, this fairy-type Pokémon can be deadly in attack, using trees as weapons against enemies. It can also destroy small villages and make grass grow.

  • Type: Grass/Fairy
  • Weakness: Flying, Poison, Steel, Fire, Ice
  • Immunity: Dragon
  • Resistance: Fighting, Ground, Water, Grass, Electric, Dark

2. Zarude

zarude

Zarude is a dual-type Grass/Dark Pokémon and it was introduced in Generation VIII. Although this Pokémon is not known to evolve, it can transform into an alternate form called Dada Zarude.

Zarude is a red-eyed baboon-like Pokémon and has a lot of thick, coarse fur in almost every part of its body. Around its head, the fur is shaped like a beautiful crest. Other patterns also decorate its chest and belly. This dark-type Pokémon can create vines from its neck, feet, and wrists using which it can attack its prey. It is also a healer and can treat wounds with its vines. In war, it is very hostile, and very difficult to conquer.

  • Type: Dark/Grass
  • Weakness: Fighting, Flying, Poison, Bug, Fire, Ice, Fairy
  • Immunity: Psychic
  • Resistance: Ground, Ghost, Water, Grass, Electric, Dark

1. Virizion

virizion

Virizion is a dual-type Grass/Fighting Pokémon. It was introduced in Generation V and does not evolve. It is a member of the Swords of Justice.

Virizion is a spritely, stag-like Pokémon whose primary coloration is green and like an antelope, it has long, pointed horns and a snout as well. It has a pink-tipped leaf on its neck and a medium-long tail. Its legs look like boots. Unlike many others, the this fighting-type Pokémon is hostile to humans and fight to protect Pokémon against them. In attack, Virizion can lunge its razor-sharp horns at an enemy and cut them to pieces.

  • Type: Grass/Fighting
  • Weakness: Flying, Poison, Fire, Psychic, Ice, Fairy
  • Immunity: None
  • Resistance: Ground, Rock, Water, Grass, Electric, Dark

Conclusion

These are some of the best grass type Pokémon that you should definitely know about. There are some fan-favorites mentioned in the list above, but I am sure that you must have discovered some new Pokémon as well after going through the list.

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Arbaz Khan

My name's Arbaz Khan, and I am the guy behind SlushTimes.com! Since I spent most of my time watching anime and reading manga, I thought of creating a website where I can talk about things I like. So here we are!

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