25 Purple Flower Types To Grow In Garden, Pots and Planters

25 Purple Flower Types To Grow In Garden, Pots and Planters

#11 Beardtongue

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Also known as Penstemon, they are tubular flowers on tall spikes and can grow 1 to 3 inches tall. They are easy to cultivate and tolerant of dry soil.

#12 Creeping Phlox

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Purple Creeping Phlox flowers are five-pointed, starry, and small with needle-like foliage. They are easy to cultivate and tolerant of most soil.

#13 Sage

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Purple Sage flowers are hardy and inexpensive. They are considered native desert plants and are tolerant of any soil. These flowers can reach a hedge size and are easy to cultivate.

#14 Obedient

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Purple Obedient flowers are so-called because these flowers easily bend to any direction you like.

#15 Veronica

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Purple Veronica flowers are carefree and easy to cultivate with long spikes of small petals. They grow in clusters from 1 to 3 feet tall and easily attract birds and butterflies.

#16 Impatiens

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Purple Impatiens flowers can easily burst to open their seed pod and scatter their seed at the slightest touch.

#17 Cornflowers

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Purple Cornflowers resemble daisies with raised centers and easily attract butterflies and songbirds. They can be used for herbal remedies, are drought-tolerant, and are easy to cultivate.

#18 Petunias

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Purple Petunias are very popular and can be grown from seeds or from transplants. They are heat-tolerant and need to be spaced at least a foot apart when planted.

#19 Geraniums

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Purple Geraniums can serve both as an indoor and an outdoor plant. They are easy to grow, colorful, and fragrant.

#20 Morning Glory

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Purple Morning Glory are big, fragrant, trumpet-shaped flowers that attract hummingbirds and butterflies. Their seeds are highly toxic when ingested.

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