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The Grass type is one of the 18 Pokémon elemental types. Along with Fire and Water, it is one of the 3 main types of Pokémon, because all Starter Pokémon are in these 3 types. Grass-type attacks are super effective against Rock, Ground and Water, but the strength of this type is hindered by a multitude of weaknesses — Fire, Flying, Bug, Ice and Poison, reflecting how fragile nature is.

Despite having many weaknesses, Grass-type Pokémon are known for being immune to the move Leech Seed and, from the core series games Pokémon X and Y onwards, possessing the unique immunity to all kinds of powder and spore moves as well, such as Poison Powder, Sleep Powder, and Stun Spore. Fluoruma Gym Leader Fissy specializes in Grass-type Pokémon.

Battle Properties

Offensive

This table shows the effectiveness of Grass-type moves against other types of Pokémon.

Effectiveness Type
Super-effective against: (Damage x2) Ground Water Rock
Not very effective against: (Damage x1/2) Dragon Fire Bug Flying Grass Poison Steel
No effect against: (Damage x0) None

Defensive

This table shows the effectiveness of other types of moves against Grass-type Pokémon.

Effectiveness Type
Immune to: (Damage x0) None
Resists: (Damage x1/2) Grass Electric Water Ground
Weak to: (Damage x2) Fire Bug Flying Poison Ice

Grass-type Pokémon

Here is a list of currently obtainable Pokémon that belong to this type.

Pure Grass-Type Pokémon

Pokédex no. Name Image Obtaining Method
114 Tangela
Tangela XY
Catch at Route 13
465 Tangrowth
Tangrowth-M XY

Male

Tangrowth-F XY

Female

Evolve Tangela after learning Ancient Power
Tangela learns Ancient Power at Lv. 38
152 Chikorita
Chikorita XY
Starter Pokémon
153 Bayleef
Bayleef XY
Evolve Chikorita at Lv. 16 or above
154 Meganium
Meganium-M XY

Male

Meganium-F XY

Female

Evolve Bayleef at Lv. 32 or above
182 Bellossom
Bellossom XY
Use a Sun Stone on Gloom
191 Sunkern
Sunkern XY
Catch on Route 7
192 Sunflora
Sunflora XY
Use a Sun Stone on Sunkern
252 Treecko
Treecko XY
Starter Pokémon
253 Grovyle
Grovyle XY
Evolve Treecko at Lv. 16 or above
254 Sceptile
Sceptile XY
Evolve Grovyle at Lv. 36 or above
273 Seedot
Seedot XY
Breed with a female Nuzleaf or Shiftry
285 Shroomish
Shroomish XY
Catch on Route 9
331 Cacnea
Cacnea XY
Catch on Route 11
387 Turtwig
Turtwig XY
Starter Pokémon
388 Grotle
Grotle XY
Evolve Turtwig at Lv. 18 or above
470 Leafeon
Leafeon XY
Evolve Eevee by levelling up near the Moss Rock on Route 9
492 Shaymin
Land Form
Shaymin-Land XY
Catch on Cragonos Cliffs after acquiring the Gracidea Flower
Warning: One chance only! Save beforehand and turn off Auto Save.
495 Snivy
Snivy XY
Starter Pokémon
496 Servine
Servine XY
Evolve Snivy at Lv. 17 or above
497 Serperior
Serperior XY
Evolve Servine at Lv. 36 or above
511 Pansage
Pansage XY
Catch under the Regular Tree at Grove of Dreams with a Grass-type Pokémon leading the party
512 Simisage
Simisage XY
Evolve Pansage by using a Leaf Stone
548 Petilil
Petilil XY
Catch on Route 10
549 Lilligant
Lilligant XY
Use a Sun Stone on Petitil
556 Maractus
Maractus XY
Catch on Route 11
650 Chespin
Chespin XY
Starter Pokémon
651 Quilladin
Quilladin XY
Evolve Chespin at Lv. 16 or above
672 Skiddo
Skiddo XY
Catch on Route 4
673 Gogoat
Gogoat XY
Evolve Skiddo at Lv. 32 or above
753 Fomantis
Fomantis SM
Catch at Lost Islands - Deep Jungle
754 Lurantis
Lurantis SM
Evolve Fomantis at Lv. 34 or above during the day
761 Bounsweet
Bounsweet SM
Catch at Lost Islands - Deep Jungle
762 Steenee
Steenee SM
Evolve Bounsweet at Lv. 18 or above
763 Tsareena
Tsareena SM
Evolve Steenee while knowing Stomp

Steenee learns Stomp at Lv. 29

Partly Grass-Type Pokémon

Pokédex no. Name Type Image Obtaining Method
1 Bulbasaur Grass
Poison
Bulbasaur XY
Starter Pokémon
2 Ivysaur Grass
Poison
Ivysaur XY
Evolve Bulbasaur at Lv. 16 or above
3 Venusaur Grass
Poison
Venusaur-M XY

Male

Venusaur-F XY

Female

Evolve Ivysaur at Lv. 32 or above
Venusaur-Mega XY

Mega Venusaur

Purchase Venusaurite from the Stone Shop and equip it on Venusaur
43 Oddish Grass
Poison
Oddish XY
Catch on Route 8
44 Gloom Grass
Poison
Gloom-M XY

Male

Gloom-F XY

Female

Evolve Oddish at Lv. 21 or above
45 Vileplume GrassPoison
Vileplume-M XY

Male

Vileplume-F XY

Female

Evolve Gloom by using a Leaf Stone
46 Paras Bug
Grass
Paras XY
Catch on Route 9
47 Parasect Bug
Grass
Parasect XY
Evolve Paras at Lv. 24 or above
69 Bellsprout Grass
Poison
Bellsprout XY
Catch on Route 8
70 Weepinbell Grass
Poison
Weepinbell XY
Evolve Bellsprout at Lv. 21 or above
71 Victreebel Grass
Poison
Victreebel XY
Evolve Weepinbell by using a Leaf Stone
103 Exeggutor Grass
Psychic
Exeggutor-Kanto XY

Kanto Form

Evolve Exeggcute by using a Leaf Stone
Grass
Dragon
Exeggutor-Alola SM

Alola Form

Evolve Exeggcute by using a Leaf Stone in Lost Islands
187 Hoppip Grass
Flying
Hoppip XY
Catch on Route 10
188 Skiploom Grass
Flying
Skiploom XY
Evolve Hoppip at Lv. 18 or above
189 Jumpluff Grass
Flying
Jumpluff XY
Evolve Skiploom at Lv. 27 or above
254 Sceptile Grass
Dragon
Sceptile-Mega ORAS

Mega Sceptile

Purchase Sceptilite from the BP Shop in the Colosseum Marketplace and equip it on Sceptile
270 Lotad WaterGrass
Lotad XY
Catch on Route 2 by using surf
271 Lombre WaterGrass
Lombre XY
Evolve Lotad at Lv.14 or above
272 Ludicolo WaterGrass
Ludicolo-M XY

Male

Ludicolo-F XY

Female

Evolve Lombre by using a Water Stone
274 Nuzleaf GrassDark
Nuzleaf-M XY

Male

Nuzleaf-F XY

Female

Catch on Route 16
275 Shiftry GrassDark
Shiftry-M XY

Male

Shiftry-F XY

Female

Evolve Nuzleaf by using a Leaf Stone
286 Breloom Grass
Fighting
Breloom XY
Evolve Shroomish at Lv. 23 or above
406 Budew Grass
Poison
Budew XY
Breed a female Roselia or Roserade holding a Rose Incense
315 Roselia Grass
Poison
Roselia-M XY

Male

Roselia-F XY

Female

Catch on Route 9
Evolve Budew with high friendship
407 Roserade Grass
Poison
Roserade-M XY

Male

Roserade-F XY

Female

Evolve Roselia by using a Shiny Stone
332 Cacturne Grass
Dark
Cacturne-M XY

Male

Cacturne-F XY

Female

Evolve Cacnea at Lv. 32 or above
345 Lileep Rock
Grass
Lileep XY
Resurrect a Root Fossil at Lagoona Lake Lab
Dig for Root Fossil in Lagoona Trenches
346 Cradily Rock
Grass
Cradily XY
Evolve Lileep at Lv. 40 or above
389 Torterra Grass
Ground
Torterra XY
Evolve Grotle at Lv. 32 or above
459 Snover Grass
Ice
Snover-M XY

Male

Snover-F XY

Female

Catch on Route 15
460 Abomasnow Grass
Ice
Abomasnow-M XY

Male

Abomasnow-F XY

Female

Evolve Snover at Lv. 40 or above
Abomasnow-Mega XY

Mega Abomasnow

Obtain Abomasite by completing the 2015 Christmas Event held on Route 8 and equip it on Abomasnow
(Event Ended)
479 Rotom
Mow Rotom
Electric
Grass
Rotom-Mow XY
Bring Rotom to Anthian Park power station and interact with the mower
492 Shaymin
Sky Form
Grass
Flying
Shaymin-Sky XY
Use Gracidea Flower on Land Form Shaymin
540 Sewaddle Bug
Grass
Sewaddle XY
Catch on Route 9
541 Swadloon Bug
Grass
Swadloon XY
Evolve Sewaddle at Lv. 20 or above
542 Leavanny Bug
Grass
Leavanny XY
Evolve Swadloon with high friendship
546 Cottonee GrassFairy
Cottonee XY
Catch in Cosmeos Valley
547 Whimsicott GrassFairy
Whimsicott XY
Evolve Cottonee by using a Sun Stone
590 Foongus Grass
Poison
Foongus XY
Catch at Route 13
591 Amoonguss Grass
Poison
Amoonguss XY
Evolve Foongus at Lv. 39 or above
640 Virizion GrassFighting
Virizion XY
Catch as Roaming Pokémon after encountering in Secret Grove

Warning: Extremely rare! Save after catching it.

652 Chesnaught Grass
Fighting
Chesnaught XY
Evolve Quilladin at Lv. 36 or above
708 Phantump Ghost
Grass
Phantump XY
Catch at Fortulose Manor
709 Trevenant Ghost
Grass
Trevenant XY
Evolve Phantump by trading
710 Pumpkaboo Ghost
Grass
Pumpkaboo-Average XY

Average Size

Catch at Fortulose Manor
711 Gourgeist Ghost
Grass
Gourgeist-Average XY

Average Size

Evolve Pumpkaboo by trading
722 Rowlet Grass
Flying
Rowlet SM
Starter Pokémon
723 Dartrix Grass
Flying
Dartrix SM
Evolve Rowlet at Lv. 17 or Above
724 Decidueye Grass
Ghost
Decidueye SM
Evolve Dartrix at Lv. 34 or above

Grass-type Moves

Move Category Power Accuracy PP (Max PP) Description
Absorb
Special Category
20 100% 25 (40) A nutrient-draining attack. The user's HP is restored by half the damage taken by the target.
Aromatherapy
Status Category
--- ---% 5 (8) The user releases a soothing scent that heals all status problems affecting the user's party.
Bloom Doom Varies Varies ---% 1 (1) The user collects energy from plants using its Z-Power and attacks the target with full force. The power varies, depending on the original move.
Bullet Seed
Physical Category
25 100% 30 (48) The user forcefully shoots seeds at the target. Two to five seeds are shot in rapid succession.
Cotton Guard
Status Category
--- ---% 10 (16) The user protects itself by wrapping its body in soft cotton, drastically raising the user's Defense stat.
Cotton Spore
Status Category
--- 100% 40 (64) The user releases cotton-like spores that cling to the opposing Pokémon, which harshly lowers their Speed stats.
Energy Ball
Special Category
90 100% 10 (16) The user draws power from nature and fires it at the target. It may also lower the target's Sp. Def.
Forest's Curse
Status Category
--- ---% 20 (32) The user puts a forest curse on the target. Afflicted targets are now Grass type as well.
Frenzy Plant
Special Category
150 90% 5 (8) The user slams the target with an enormous tree. The user can't move on the next turn.
Giga Drain
Special Category
75 100% 10 (16) A nutrient-draining attack. The user's HP is restored by half the damage taken by the target.
Grass Knot
Special Category
Varies 100% 20 (32) The user snares the target with grass and trips it. The heavier the target, the greater the damage.
Grass Pledge
Special Category
80 100% 10 (16) A column of grass hits opposing Pokémon. When used with its water equivalent, its damage increases into a vast swamp.
Grass Whistle
Status Category
--- 55% 15 (24) The user plays a pleasant melody that lulls the target into a deep sleep.
Grassy Terrain
Status Category
--- ---% 10 (16) The user turns the ground under everyone's feet to grass for five turns. This restores the HP of Pokémon on the ground a little every turn.
Horn Leech
Physical Category
75 100% 10 (16) The user drains the target's energy with its horns. The user's HP is restored by half the damage taken by the target.
Ingrain
Status Category
--- ---% 20 (32) The user lays roots that restore its HP on every turn. Because it is rooted, it can't switch out.
Leafage
Physical Category
40 100% 40 (64) The user attacks by pelting the target with leaves.
Leaf Blade
Physical Category
90 100% 15 (24) The user handles a sharp leaf like a sword and attacks by cutting its target. Critical hits land more easily.
Leaf Storm
Special Category
130 90% 5 (8) The user whips up a storm of leaves around the target. The attack's recoil harshly reduces the user's Sp. Atk stat.
Leaf Tornado
Special Category
65 90% 10 (16) The user attacks its target by encircling it in sharp leaves. This attack may also lower the foe's accuracy.
Leech Seed
Status Category
--- 90% 10 (16) A seed is planted on the target. It steals some HP from the target every turn.
Magical Leaf
Special Category
60 ---% 20 (32) The user scatters curious leaves that chase the target. This attack will not miss.
Mega Drain
Special Category
40 100% 15 (24) A nutrient-draining attack. The user's HP is restored by half the damage taken by the target.
Needle Arm
Physical Category
60 100% 15 (24) The user attacks by wildly swinging its thorny arms. It may also make the target flinch.
Petal Blizzard
Physical Category
90 100% 15 (24) The user stirs up a violent petal blizzard and attacks everything around it.
Petal Dance
Special Category
120 100% 10 (16) The user attacks the target by scattering petals for two to three turns. The user then becomes confused.
Power Whip
Physical Category
120 85% 10 (16) The user violently whirls its vines or tentacles to harshly lash the target.
Razor Leaf
Physical Category
55 95% 25 (40) Sharp-edged leaves are launched to slash at the opposing team. Critical hits land more easily.
Seed Bomb
Physical Category
80 100% 15 (24) The user slams a barrage of hard-shelled seeds down on the target from above.
Seed Flare
Special Category
120 85% 5 (8) The user emits a shock wave from its body to attack its target. It may harshly lower the target's Sp. Def.
Sleep Powder
Status Category
--- 75% 15 (24) The user scatters a big cloud of sleep-inducing dust around the target.
Solar Beam
Special Category
120 100% 10 (16) A two-turn attack unless under the effects of sunny weather. The user gathers light, then blasts a bundled beam on the second turn.
Solar Blade
Physical Category
125 100% 10 (16) In this two-turn attack, the user gathers light and fills a blade with the light's energy, attacking the target on the next turn.
Spiky Shield
Status Category
--- 100% 15 (24) In addition to protecting the user from attacks, this move also damages any attacker who makes direct contact.
Spore
Status Category
--- 100% 15 (24) The user scatters bursts of spores that induce sleep.
Strength Sap
Status Category
--- 100% 10 (16) The user restores its HP by the same amount as the target's Attack stat. It also lowers the target's Attack stat.
Stun Spore
Status Category
--- 75% 30 (38) The user scatters a cloud of paralyzing powder. It may leave the target with paralysis.
Synthesis
Status Category
--- ---% 5 (8) The user restores its own HP. The amount of HP regained varies with the weather.
Trop Kick
Physical Category
70 100% 15 (24) The user lands an intense kick of tropical origins on the target. This also lowers the target's Attack stat.
Vine Whip
Physical Category
45 100% 25 (40) The target is struck with slender, whiplike vines to inflict damage.
Wood Hammer
Physical Category
120 100% 15 (24) The user slams its rugged body into the target to attack. The user also sustains serious damage.
Worry Seed
Status Category
--- 100% 10 (16) A seed that causes worry is planted on the target. It prevents sleep by making its Ability Insomnia.

Trivia

  • The Grass type has the most Pokémon that evolve by Evolutionary Stones, with a total of 11.
    • It is also the type that can utilize the most stones, having at least one Pokémon that can evolve via the Leaf, Sun, Water and Shiny Stones.
  • There are 28 Pokémon with a double weakness to Grass, more than any other type.
    • Grass is also the most doubly resisted type.
  • The Grass type has been paired with every other type except for the Fire type.
  • Grass is the only type to have more than one HP-draining move, having 5 of them.

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