"I think it pisses God off when you walk by the color purple in a field and don't notice it." This is one of the quotes from the novel The Color Purple. In this story of a poor and uneducated black woman, purple stands for hope. Fields of purple tulips and delphiniums also awaken the feelings of romance and nostalgia
From the pale lilacs and wisterias to the deep, velvety shades of clematis and petunias, purple creates a wonderful symphony with the warm and cool tones in the garden. It acts as a great neutral. For those passionate about gardening, this list of purple flowers will help you create a beautiful garden.
When planted in groups, it forms a beautiful mat of gray-green foliage. It grows well in a full sun as well as partial shade. You can use it as a colorful and fragrant drape over your patio walls.
This plant is easy to grow. You can add a little wood ash if the soil is acidic. For warmer climates, mulching keeps the roots cool and moist.
However, the Purple Haze is the new variety of geraniums that produces stunning blooms in a bronze-purple hue. The foliage of this flower is as unique as the gorgeous violet-mauve blooms. It grows well in light, well-drained soil.
Purple Flower Bouquets