20 Purple Flowers Adding Beauty To the Nature8 min read

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Purple Flowers – Flowers are the most beautiful gift of the world that can add the smile to anyone’s face. This beauty of nature is found in various sizes, colors and shapes. Among all these, the purple flowers look the most beautiful.

Related: Most Beautiful Flower in the World.

Here, we have brought the top 20 purple flowers for adding more to your gardens special list.

1. Purple Hyacinth

1. Purple-Hyacinth

Beautiful hyacinth grows in mid spring; these are mostly found in the clusters. Hyacinths bulbs are usually considered as the poisonous bulb, but its plant doesn’t possess such characteristic. These flowers actually symbolize rebirth, happiness, joy and playfulness. It also represents trust and consistency in love. The most interesting fact about this flower is its fragrance. Hyacinth is known for its pleasant scent around the world.

2. Lavender

2. Lavender

Lavender belongs to the family of mint, Lamiaceae. These beautiful purple flowers are cultivated in gardens all over the world. It has high medicinal value. Lavender is a stress buster as its fragrance can do wonders in stress relief. These purple flowers establish themselves on silvery- gray spires. A well-drained soil is used for growing this purple flower. For nurturing the flowers properly full Sun is the must. It is available in mainly two different varieties like French lavender or English lavender.

3. Monkshood

3. Monkshood

You must have read about habits of monks. The name of this flower is derived from its resemblance with monks’ habits. Monkshood is also known with the names like Aconitum and wolfsbane. This 5 petal flower grows in the deep shade of purple and on the full stem. These are purple wild flowers which are poisonous and should be handled with care. Its roots contain Aconitine which can cause paralysis of nerves of pain, touch, and temperature. These perennials, tall flowers are mostly found in the mountain ranges of Northern Hemisphere.

4. Sea Thistle

4. Sea-Thistle

It’s one of the most astonishing purple flowers among purple flowers. This perennial flower becomes a center of attraction in a garden for bees, butterflies, and visitors often. It requires well-drained soil and full sunlight for growth. As its leaves and spine have prickly edges it needs to be handled cautiously. There are more than 250 species of sea thistle in the world. With a look of coriander, these purple flowers are also used as vegetables and sweetmeats.

5. Common comfrey

5. Common-comfrey

Common Comfrey is a bell shaped flower. It is a purple perennial flower with hairy leaves. This flower requires well-drained soil and full sunlight for growth. It needs plenty of room for its root establishment and is 2-3.5 inches tall. Comfrey was introduced as the medicinal drug in North America from Eurasia.it is also toxic in nature and may cause irreversible liver damage. It grows in late spring to mid- summer.

6. Balloon flower

6. Balloon-flower

The most fun flower to grow in the garden is platy codon or Balloon Flower. The native of East Asia has got its name from the shape it assumes before blooming. These flowers are hollow and they open to five pointed blooms. It shows love, obedience and honesty. These beautiful flowers are best taken for the purpose of decorations. Cultivation of balloon flower requires well-drained soil with full or partial sunlight exposure.

7. Lily of the Nile

Don’t go by the name as this flower has nothing to do with river Nile. Its shade can vary from light blue to deep violet. The blooming period of the flower is in the summer season. This lily blooms in large round clusters. It needs well-drained soil and full sunlight. It can grow up to a height of 4 feet. At some parts of the world, lily of Nile is listed as the invasive plant or environmental weed.

8. Bee-Orchid

8. Bee-Orchid

As its name suggests, this flower resembles bee in shape. Male bees are attracted towards these flowers and help in pollinating the flower. Its outer petals can grow to be white to purple. Its central lip has a solid color or dotted. The plant grows in the warm areas of the world. The blooming period of the flowers is in spring. It is mostly found in the northern California. You can plant it in a pot inside your home.

9. Bittersweet Nightshade

9. Bittersweet-Nightshade

Bittersweet nightshade is not as deadly as deadly nightshade, but it can cause death in livestock. The plant requires well-drained soil for its growth and partial shade is enough for its survival. This purple flower is found in wide range of habitats, from woodlands, hedges, marshes and scrubland. The main areas of its cultivation are Europe, Asia and North America. Bittersweet Nightshade has medicinal values. It is used for the treatment of eczema.

10. China Aster

10. China-Aster

China Aster has similar blooming characteristics as chrysanthemum. At some places, China Aster is also known as Annual Aster. These are basically purple flowers but also available in many colors, heights, single heads and double heads. This purple flower blooms in summer season usually. It has a yellow center with long colorful petals surrounding it. It needs a well-drained soil and full or partial sunlight. The plant is a native of Europe, Australia, and New Zealand etc.

11. Verbena

Verbena is a beautiful purple flower among all the purple flowers. These flowers bloom in shades of magenta and violet. This ravishing flower is the part of summer’s seasonal flowers. As other flowers, these purple flowers require well-drained soil and full sunshine. Its physical characteristic involves the opposite and simple leaves often dense with hairs. Verbena is also found in the colors like white and pink. Dry conditions can inhibit the blooming of flowers, so regular watering is done for proper growth.

12. Dwarf Iris

Another beautiful purple flower in the list of purple flowers is Dwarf Iris. It is a perennial flower grown in the season of spring. This purple color flower requires well-drained soil with partial or full sunshine. It can be used in borders, rock gardens, beds, shrubs and indoor sides. The two most common species are Iris Dando rediae and Iris reticulate. Yellow, blue, white are the other colors available in the dwarf iris.

13. Salvia

Salvia belongs to the largest genus of plant in the mint family. Commonly referred as sage, Salvia is available in more than 1000 species. These species are available in annual, biennial or perennial herbs. The most interesting fact with these flowers is that it can bloom in shade in the areas with a hot climate. These plants are found in the areas of Central Asia, Eastern Asia, Mediterranean, Central and North America.

14. Allium

14. Allium

This beautiful purple flower with a look of a number of stars bunched in the small cluster is among the most beautiful purple flowers in the garden. The blooming period of the flower is in the month of May and June. It is commonly known as flowering onion and grows to a height of 20-30 inches. Gladiator and Globe master are the tallest and have largest flower heads.

15. Wild Indigo

15. Wild-Indigo

Known with the names of blue wild indigo or blue false indigo, theses purples are among the favorites of flower lovers. These flowers are natives of central and eastern North America. As the plant can be found growing along the streams, wild and meadows, it is named as Wild Indigo. Seeds of this flower are toxic and are dangerous for children’s intake. The soft comfortable fact for the gardeners is that these flowers are tolerant to the drought and requires less maintenance.

16. Calla lily

Calla lily area among the popular purples flowers of the garden. These are used frequently for ornamental purpose and as cut flowers. This bell-shaped plant belongs to the family of Araceae with single species. Found in different colors and are common in the areas of streams and ponds. Call lily plant is the native to the habitat of Southern Africa, Western Australia, Zambia, Malawi, Tanzania, Kenya, Mozambique, and Lesotho. The plant requires good maintenance from the owners.

17. Fuchsia

17. Fuchsia

Fuchsia is an exotic purple flower with unusual name and shape. It is a two toned flower found in purplish red color. It was first discovered on the Caribbean Island of Hispaniola. Native to the South America, this flower is available in 110 species. Frits of this flower are also used to make jams. With a teardrop shape and colors, these flowers extensively attract the hummingbirds for the pollination process. Fuchsia requires plenty of shade in the warmer season due to its sensitivity towards heat.

18. Lilac

18. Lilac

This popular purple flower plant belongs to the olive family. These ornamental plants are widely cultivated in the regions of United Kingdom, France, Germany, Italy and North America. Sweet smelling lilac blooms in early days of the summer season. Lilac is basically a large deciduous shrub and is often appear as the multi-stemmed small tree. For proper growth, it depends on well-drained soil and full sunshine.

19. Coneflower

19. Coneflower

Member of daisy family Coneflowers is famous for its beautiful texture and shape. It is often grown in the regions of eastern and Central North America. Two of its species are even on the verge of extinction. E. Tennessee’s and E. navigate are listed as endangered flower species of coneflowers. These perennial purple flowers are tolerant to the severe conditions of drought. Its name is derived from the “cone shape” at the center of the flower head. Coneflowers are best as the cut flower and also attract songbirds.

20. Alpine Betony

20. Alpine-Betony

Bright purple alpine betony is the most popular flowers of the garden. Its forms clump of green, long and narrow textured flowers. These make beautiful cut flowers, borders and container plantings. Its height usually goes up to 18-20 inches. Alpine grows in summer and holds their beauty till fall. It also requires well- watered soil and the full sunshine.

It is a clump-forming the perennial flower that is found in the areas of Europe and North America.
These are the list of beautiful flowers that can make your garden beautiful with their purple theme. So, now you know where to head towards in the nursery.

Also Read: Rare Flowers in the World.

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