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More Information About Purple/Lavender Flowering Plants Purple Flowering Plants – the color of royalty. Spanning the range from violet to maroon, to blue purple, to pale lavender, there are purple flowering plants for all tastes from mild to wild. Purple is traditionally the color of royalty and magistrates, but also is synonymous with Mardi Gras. So enjoy purple flowers in your garden if you are looking to add a touch of class to your garden or just want to ‘Laissez les bons temps rouler pourpres’.Here is a short list of the best purple flowering plants at Plant Delights Nursery. Aster – The best purple perennials for fallPurple Coneflower – The queen of purple flowering plants in summerSalvia – Purple perennial plants for dry conditionsLiatris – Tall purple perennials for mid-summerIris – Huge selection of purple and blue flowersAllium – Purple flowers and onion scent means you can use this as a culinary herb.Phlox – Depending on type you can get ground covering purple flowers in spring or tall purple perennials in summer Buddleia – Purple Butterfly Bush attracts tons of butterflies to your gardenLavandula – With pale blue purple flowers this plant’s name is synonymous with the color purpleSetcreasea – Plants with purple flowers and purple leaves. Grape-tastic!Geranium – Blue purple flowers in a tough spreading perennialOf course, we carry many more purple perennial plants than that. When you are ready to buy purple flower plants for your garden, check out our online list of purple perennial flowers for sale.
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Purple Flower Plant

Dahlia ‘Thomas Edison’ This stunning purple dahlia is an oldie, introduced in the 1940s, so you know it’s a winner because it’s still around. Purple Sage Features Pungent Leaves in Summer The ‘Purpurascens’ variety sage is a hardy form, with tactile, deeply textured leaves. In the summer, it is topped by tall spires of pretty mauve flowers. Purple Cabbage Is Both Ornamental and Delicious Cabbage plants can vary in size, shape, color and texture. For example, some cabbages are purple in color and certain cultivars have pointed heads. Purple Heucheras Are Known for Colorful Foliage Heuchera micrantha is an excellent choice for the edge of a border or in containers and tubs. Plants form a low mound of maple shaped leaves, from bronzy green to rich purple red. Spikes of small creamy white flowers appear in early summer. ‘Well-Sweep Purple Miniature’ Basil This purple variety basil has great-tasting, green-edged, tapering leaves. It can add vibrant purple color in the garden or a nice color change on the patio as well. ‘Bowles’ Mauve’ Erysimum Flowers for Weeks The Erysimum ‘Bowles’ Mauve’ wallflower is a bushy evergreen with narrow, grey-green leaves and erect purple flowers. These nectar rich plants encourage beneficial wildlife, such as ladybugs, lacewings and hoverflies into the garden. ‘Queen of Night’ Tulips The ‘Queen of Night’ has deep purple-black single flowers that contrast well with light blue forget-me-nots. ‘Purple Sensation’ The deep purple, spherical flower heads of the allium ‘Purple Sensation’ appear in early summer on sturdy stems. This stately allium looks stunning when planted with silver-leaved shorter plants. Beautiful Barberry Barberry is a mid-sized deciduous prickly shrub with deep red purple leaves that turn brighter red in autumn. It bears small, yellow flowers and has red berries in autumn. ‘Purple Emperor’ Sedum telephium ‘Purple Emperor’ features clusters of shell-pink flowers at the ends of its stems from late summer to fall. Its leaves emerge burgundy in spring and turn deep purple in color throughout the season. Brick red stems add winter interest. Use Common Bugle Groundcover for Moist Conditions Ajuga reptans, or Bugle, is a mat-forming perennial with spreading dark green obovate leaves, whose erect spikes of dark blue flowers appear in late spring and early summer. Smoke Bush Grown for Colorful Foliage and Flowers Cotinus coggygria, a deciduous, multi-stemmed shrub, gets its name from billowy hairs attached to elongated stalks on spent flower clusters which turn smoky pink in summer, covering the tree with fluffy, hazy, smoke-like puffs. ‘Mrs Winder’ Hebe ‘Mrs Winder’ is a small evergreen shrub with narrow, dark green leaves, tinged with red-brown when young, and small, violet-blue flowers. Lavender ‘Lemon Fancy’ The Pelargonium ‘Lemon Fancy’ offers a citrusy scent from its leaves. It is vulnerable to frost. Purple Coneflower Purple coneflower ‘Magus’ has purple-pink to rosy purple flowers that develop like a cone that fall back as they age. Phalaenopsis Orchid Blooms These ornamental stunners add visual interest when hung in unexpected spots.
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Purple Flower Plant

Spanning the range from violet to maroon, to blue purple, to pale lavender, there are purple flowering plants for all tastes from mild to wild. Purple is traditionally the color of royalty and magistrates, but also is synonymous with Mardi Gras. So enjoy purple flowers in your garden if you are looking to add a touch of class to your garden or just want to ‘Laissez les bons temps rouler pourpres’.Here is a short list of the best purple flowering plants at Plant Delights Nursery.
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Purple Flower Plant

There are approximately 100+ Nature Hills perennials to choose from in this category. Because of the vast amount of choices, there is a high likelihood that you will choose the correct purple flowering perennial for your landscape. There is a wide variety to select from, so this increases your chances of creating a lovely and colorful landscape. Finding that perfect plant for a site will bring gratifying results. These stunning blue or purple flowering perennials are very popular for several reasons. When mixed with white flowering perennials and annuals, the blue and purple colors provide a stark and lovely contrast. These flowering perennials have extended blooming periods, so when one perennial blooming period is exhausted, one can have another ready to take its place. Placing several contrasting bloom colors in a certain area will definitely create outstanding focal points of interest. Try a white Daisy and Purple Rooster Bee Balm in a grouping; you will be amazed at the beauty of this combination every time you see it! For more in depth information click on the perennial pictures or call Nature Hills at 888.864.7663.
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Purple Flower Plant

Thyme Thyme (Thymus spp.), lady’s mantle (Alchemilla mollis) These hardy, sun-loving perennials meld in waves of yellow, green, and purple flowers. These make great purple perennial flowers that give small purple flowers season after season. Purple in the Garden
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Purple Flower Plant

These hardy, sun-loving perennials meld in waves of yellow, green, and purple flowers. These make great purple perennial flowers that give small purple flowers season after season.
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Purple Flower Plant

Thyme (Thymus spp.), lady’s mantle (Alchemilla mollis) These hardy, sun-loving perennials meld in waves of yellow, green, and purple flowers. These make great purple perennial flowers that give small purple flowers season after season.
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Purple Flower Plant

Peach-Leaf and Clustered Bellflowers (Campanula spp.), yarrow (Achillea spp.) Bellflowers are purple perennial flowers. Trim them after their first bloom, and you may see a second wave of small purple flowers that keep pace with yarrow’s golden blooms. Purple in the Garden
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These stunning blue or purple flowering perennials are very popular for several reasons. When mixed with white flowering perennials and annuals, the blue and purple colors provide a stark and lovely contrast. These flowering perennials have extended blooming periods, so when one perennial blooming period is exhausted, one can have another ready to take its place. Placing several contrasting bloom colors in a certain area will definitely create outstanding focal points of interest. Try a white Daisy and Purple Rooster Bee Balm in a grouping; you will be amazed at the beauty of this combination every time you see it! For more in depth information click on the perennial pictures or call Nature Hills at 888.864.7663.
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Believe it or not, purple is one of the most popular flower colors. The blooms below range in shades from light lilac to deep violet. With its royal symbolism, shades of purple are sure to add some elegance to your garden!
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Flower TipIf you want the flower to multiply, leave the flower spike. Otherwise, remove it so that side shoots will form and continue to bloom.
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It’s hard to beat pansy for a display of purple flowers in spring. This beloved annual perks up gardens in the cool months with its friendly faces. Pansies and violas naturally feature flowers in blue, purple, and lavender. But, plant breeders raided the crayon box to give us pansies of every color.
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Prized for its sweet vanilla-tinged fragrance, heliotrope develops dense purple flower heads of in summer. White and pale blue selections are also available. Though typically grown as an annual, heliotrope is a shrub n the tropics; pinch back the stems a couple of times over the summer to make a bushier plant.
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A relatively new plant on the market, fan flower has quickly become a favorite for its lovely purple flowers. This Australian-native cascades over the sides of containers, making it a perfect pick for haging baskets.
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Scabiosa ScabiosaAlso known as pincushion flowers, Scabiosa is an interesting flower with a pincushion-like center and an outer layer of petals.This summer bloomer can be found most often in shades of blue, white and purple.Soil NeedsWell-drainedSunlight NeedsFull SunGrowing Zones3 – 7Flower TipIn order to keep the plant flowering, you must remove withering blooms.

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