The Top 10 Grass Pokemon

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10. Shaymin

Shaymin, known as the Gratitude Pokémon, is a hedgehog-like Pokémon that premiered in Pokémon Diamond and Pearl. Its fur is pure white and instead of quills, Shaymin has green grass growing on its back along with pink flowers growing on the sides of its head, giving it an even more flower-like appearance. Its cry is similar to birdsong. Shaymin resides in the Flower Paradise, a flower-filled field untouched by humans.

Shaymin is found at level 30. In order to go unnoticed by intruders or attackers, it utilizes its own form of camouflage, rolling up into a ball resembling a flower in a patch of grass. By doing so, it blends in with the surrounding flowers, going undetected even if the attacker is beside it. Shaymin also has the power to decompose the toxins in the air and turn the land into flower fields in an instant. It is rumored to have turned the desolate area of Floaroma Town into a fertile field. -Wikipedia.org

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9. Oddish

Oddish are a weed-like Pokémon found in all regions throughout the Pokémon world. Oddish looks like a small animated radish plant with a rounded body. Its body is blue or purple with two small feet and red eyes. On top of its head grows a large clump of 5 long green blades of grass. Pokémon: The Electric Tale of Pikachu manga author Toshihiro Ono cited Oddish as one of his favorite Pokémon to draw for the series, “because it’s cute”. Oddish is a nocturnal Pokémon, using moonlight rather than the sun’s rays for photosynthesis. During the day, Oddish avoids the sun’s heat and brightness by burying itself into the earth, leaving only the leaves on top of its head visible above ground.

In this way it disguises itself as a plant, misdirecting its herbivorous daytime predators. In the night, it goes around sowing its “seeds.” While buried, Oddish nourishes itself by absorbing nutrients from the soil using its feet, which are said to temporarily change into a root-like structure for this purpose. Oddish has been known to use its leaves as hands, such as one who used this to climb a rope net and tried to fly like a Hoppip. If anyone pulls at Oddish’s leaves and tries to uproot it while it is buried underground, Oddish will react by shrieking in a high-pitched voice. This mirrors the behavior of the legendary mandrake in a similar situation, although it seems that Oddish’s squeaks do not have the same dire consequences as a mandrake’s. -Wikipedia.org

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8. Venusaur

Venusaur, known as the Seed Pokémon, is the final stage in Bulbasaur evolution. The seed finally bloomed into a huge flower, vaguely resembling a Rafflesia. The flower constantly draws in sunlight for nutrition, characterized by vivid colors and a soothing aroma, and power, which is much more substantial in the summer. They are always on the move to absorb more sunlight, though they usually remain quiet and still while absorbing it. After it rains, the aroma is much stronger, which attracts other Pokémon. Female Venusaur have a seed coming out of the flower, possibly representing a pregnancy.

Being the final form of Grass starter, Venusaur can learn moves such as Hyper Beam, Giga Impact and Frenzy Plant.  Venusaur appears in Super Smash Brothers as a random Pokémon on the “Saffron City” stage. It uses Razor Leaf to hurt opponents. Venusaur also appears in Super Smash Bros. Melee as a PokéBall Pokémon. When summoned, it uses Earthquake, repeatedly slams the ground with its body, damaging any nearby foes. In Hey You, Pikachu!, Venusaur lives in the Cobalt Coast as a supporting character who looks forward to the Pinata party. Venusaur is the version mascot of both Pokémon Green and LeafGreen versions, appearing on the boxart of both. -Wikipedia.org

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7. Torterra

Torterra, Dodaitos  in original Japanese language versions, is the final evolution of the Turtwig evolutionary line, It evolves from Grotle. It most likely resembles a Galápagos Tortoise. It name is deprived from tortoise and terra (meaning earth). Despite their great size, these Pokémon are peaceful in nature and enjoy being with others of their own kind, preferring to bask in sunlight as they do not like to fight. When immobile, they look as if they are part of the ground upon which they rest, not as though they were a sleeping Pokémon.

Because of this appearance, there are occasions when small Pokémon will gather and build nests on the shell of a stationary Torterra. Some Pokémon are born on a Torterra’s back and spend their entire life there. When Torterra do move, they often move in herds in search of water and look like moving forests. Ancient people imagined that beneath the ground, a gigantic Torterra dwelled. -Wikipedia.org

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6. Treecko

Treecko is a small, green, bipedaI reptilian Pokémon. Treecko’s hands and feet each have three digits. Treecko has two large dark-green tails, which they use to predict the day’s weather. Its stomach and throat are red. Treecko has yellow eyes with long, skinny pupils. It also has a line across on its stomach resembling a pouch. With the aid of tiny spikes located in their hands and feet, Treecko are able to scale walls and even ceilings.

Very cool and calm, Treecko never panic under any circumstances, even when faced with a bigger foe. Known to be the protectors of the forest’s trees, Treecko make their nests inside overgrown forests. Wild Treecko are very territorial, and will attack anyone that comes near their homes by attacking with their tails. -Wikipedia.org

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5. Leafeon

Leafeon is a Verdant pokemon,and is covered with tattered leaves, along with patches of moss-green fur. Besides leaf-like ears and long, branch-like tail, there are a multitude of smaller leaves growing from the knees, chest, and back. A larger, curled leaf grows from the middle of its forehead, and is the same soft green color as all of the other leaves. Leafeon has plant-like characteristics alongside its animal nature; as such, it is photosynthetic, and as a result, it is always surrounded by clean air. It is obtained by leveling up an Eevee near the mossy rock in Eterna Forest in the Sinnoh region. -Wikipedia.org

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4. Turtwig

Turtwig, Naetle  in original Japanese language versions, are small, Tortoise-like Pokémon, and are one of the three starter Pokémon for the Sinnoh region. Its prominent jawbone may denote a relationship to the snapping turtle. Its name refers to a turtle and a twig. Its green and yellow body is covered by a shell.

A small sapling grows on its head, similar to the plant bulb on Bulbasaur’s back and the leaf on Chikorita’s head. The soil-based shell on its back grows stronger when it absorbs water. On a very healthy Turtwig, the shell should feel moist. Turtwig survives by carrying out photosynthesis with its whole body. The leaf on its head will wilt if it becomes thirsty. As a result, it lives in areas that are close to lakes. -Wikipedia.org

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3. Celebi

Celebi is a Pokémon species in Nintendo and Game Freak’s Pokémon franchise. Created by Ken Sugimori, they first appeared in the video games Pokémon Gold and Silver and subsequent sequels. They have later appeared in various merchandise, spinoff titles and animated and printed adaptations of the franchise. Created by Ken Sugimori, Celebi is a green fairy-like creature. Celebi has round toe-less feet, three-fingered hands, and clear wings on its back. Celebi has a round head that comes to a point and sticks upward in the back.

It has large baby-blue eyes, with thick black rings around them, and a pair of green antennae that are tipped blue. Celebi is a time traveling legendary Pokémon that first debuted in Pokémon Gold and Pokémon Silver. It is known as the guardian of the forest, where it is worshipped as a god. It wanders through time, visiting various undisturbed old-growth forests during peaceful times, leaving behind flourishing grass and trees. It often leaves behind an egg that it brought from the future. Celebi’s continuing existence signifies a good future. -Wikipedia.org

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2. Chikorita

Chikorita, known as the “Leaf” Pokémon, is the Grass-type Starter Pokémon in Pokémon Gold, Silver, and Crystal, and its remakes Pokémon HeartGold and SoulSilver. One may also get this Pokémon in Pokémon Emerald by completing the Hoenn Dex. Chikorita has also appeared in the Nintendo GameCube game Super Smash Bros. Melee and also appears in its Wii sequel, Super Smash Bros. Brawl as a Poké Ball item Pokémon that unleashes a Razor Leaf that hits any opponent in its path. Chikorita is a small green reptilian Pokémon. It is primarily a pale leaf green color with large red eyes. Its most distinguishing feature is the large leaf on the top of its head, which is usually longer than the rest of its body. It has a “necklace” of small green buds around its neck.

Chikorita can spawn vines from its neck and create leaves from the big leaf on its head. Like many Grass-type Pokémon, its foliage emits a sweet odor that has calming properties. This leaf also has the ability to check the temperature and humidity of the surrounding air. Chikorita, like many grass Pokémon, are very docile. It prefers to avoid fights by waving around the large leaf on its head. It spends most of its time sunbathing, and uses the leaf on its head to find warm spots. Chikorita are also sensitive emotionally, and become very upset when misunderstood. Chikorita are rare Pokémon mostly found in large open plains or small forests with other Chikorita, Bayleef, and Meganium. -Wikipedia.org

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1. Bulbasaur

Bulbasaur, known as Fushigidane in Japan, is a Pokémon species in Nintendo and Game Freak’s Pokémon franchise. Designed by Ken Sugimori, their name is a combination of the words “bulb” and “dinosaur”, and is both the singular and plural name of the species. First appearing in Pokémon Red and Blue, they later appeared in subsequent sequels, spin-off games, related merchandise, and animated and printed adaptations of the franchise. -Wikipedia.org

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