The color purple contains a wide variety of floral garden choices. From plum flower shades to striking mulberry tones, right down to the romantic and early spring lilacs.
Here are my top 10 purple garden plants to be sure to add to any purple flower garden.
1.) Purple Verbena
⦿ Verbena can be grown as a perennial flower in zones 9-11 and as an annual everywhere else.
⦿ Verbena flowers have five small petals that come in blue, pink. purple and white.
⦿ Drought- resistant flowers that tolerate full to partial sun, and enjoy moist, well-drained average soil
⦿ Plants are loved by hummingbird hawks, Chocolate Albatross, Hummingbirds and Pipevine Swallowtails.
Verbena Plants on Amazon:
Spikes of color all season long.
Globes of purple.
Perennial herb that is hardy in zones 5-9. Grows up to 3 feet tall in full sunlight in well drained, fertile soil.
Shrub. Grows up to 15 feet in height.
7.) Pasque Flower
Early spring blooming flower. Sun .
Climbing purple vine.
Full sun to partial shade.
One of my favorite purple flowers. Iris can grow as petite as 2 inches high and as tall as waist high so it is important to understand which variety you will be purchasing.