The purple flowers pair perfectly with the white in favor ofa mysterious, elegant and modern garden.
Shrubs, climbers and perennials, discover our selection of purple blooms for your outdoors.
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3 shrubs with purple flowers
• Variety: Abutilon suntense ‘Violetta’
• Flowering: large mauve cup flowers with fine petals from May to June.
• Foliage: evergreen gray-green leaves with 2 to 5 lobes with toothed edges.
• Plantation: from March to May or from September to October.
• Location: reserved for mild climates in massive, bordering or isolated. Hardy to -5 ° C, it is grown in pots to return in winter to cold climates.
• Variety: Callicarpa bodinieri ‘Imperial Pearl’
• Fruit: it is not its flowers but its fruits which are very decorative! Its clusters of small purple pearls appear from October to January.
• Foliage: dark green ovate deciduous leaves, downy below. In the fall, they come in hues ranging from yellow to purple to orange.
• Plantation: from March to May or from September to November.
• Location: hardy below -15 ° C, Callicarpa can be planted as a hedge, isolated, in a bed or in a container.
• Variety: ‘French Cabaret Purple’
• Flowering: double flowers in crumpled purple pompoms from August to October.
• Foliage: dark green trilobed deciduous leaves, typical of hibiscus.
• Plantation: from February to May or from September to November.
• Location: ideal in beds, in vats or in a hedge. It is placed in drained and loose soil, in the sun or partial shade.
3 climbing plants with purple flowers
• Variety: Clematis (x) viticella ‘Supernight’
• Flowering: single purple flowers with the center line of the petals slightly purple. Flowering from June to September.
• Foliage: deciduous, elliptical, trifoliate and dark green leaves.
• Plantation: from March to May or in September-October.
• Location: on a wall, a pergola, an arbor or a trellis. Clematis like to have their heads in the sun and their feet in the shade in cool, rich and drained soil.
• Variety: Wisteria sinensis
• Flowering: large fragrant inflorescences in hanging purple to mauve clusters in April.
• Foliage: deciduous leaves composed of elliptical filioles.
• Plantation: from February to April or from September to November.
• Location: on a wall, a pergola, an arbor or a trellis. It is placed in the sun, in a drained, slightly acidic soil and one avoids calcareous substrates.
• Variety: Solanum dulcamara
• Flowering: clusters of small purple star flowers from June to September.
• Foliage: deciduous leaves composed of three medium green lobes.
• Plantation: from March to May or in October-November.
• Location: twining twigs that wrap around a wire mesh or trellis. Also to be planted in beds or in a hedge.
3 perennials with purple flowers
• Variety: Lavandula angustifolia
• Flowering: fragrant, honey-bearing floral spikes that surmount slender, gray-green, erect stems.
• Foliage: small narrow leaves, persistent and aromatic, gray-green in color.
• Plantation: April to June or September-October.
• Location: in massive, in pot, in border, in rockery. It is placed in light, poor and well-drained soil and in the sun.
• Variety: ‘Purple Sensation’
• Flowering: spherical umbels made up of small purple star-shaped flowers.
• Foliage: tuft of tender green linear leaves.
• Plantation: plant the bulbs from late September to late November.
• Location: in the sun in a rather dry drained soil. Ornamental garlic works wonders in beds, rockeries or pots.
• Variety: Campanula muralis
• Flowering: from May to July, numerous small, star-shaped flowers form purple cushions.
• Foliage: small green leaves, semi-evergreen, hairy and toothed.
• Plantation: February to May or September to November.
• Location: Border, rockery, undergrowth, ground cover, seaside, pot. The bellflower appreciates the sun and a well-drained, even dry soil.