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50 Shades of Purple

What Do Purple Flowers Mean?
Purple is another color that is well-known as a symbol of royalty. Purple flowers can also represent dignity, mystery, success, magic and pride. Overall, this color represents admiration and accomplishment.  It is also my favorite color. Purple also must be the Creators favorite color as there is a plethora of vivid varied purple plants. My Mexican sage is in glorious bloom right now and I don't think I have anything blooming in my garden more resplendid than this one plant. 
 
I have listed below all the purple plants I could think of and the seasons they bloom in. You will probably think of some I missed.  Enjoy!

WINTER/SPRING


Tulip


 Viola
 
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 Daisy
                               Heliotrope
 
 
  Ageratum                      Bearded Iris
 
 
 Water Lily
 
                                                                                                Rhododendron
 
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                                                                                                                      Phlox

Azalea       Louisana Iris
 
 
 

SUMMER/FALL

 
 
Water Lily Sage


















 
 Lavender Impatience

 
 
 Lilac  Daisey

 
  Wisteria      Veronica

Astragalea
   ThistleThyme       
 
 

Monarda          Statice            
 Matsumoto Pincushion
 
 
 

   Geranium
Passion flower

 
  Petunia African Violet
 
 

  
      African Daisy                                                                     Allium

   Aster Cornflower

   
      Bouganvilla                                                           Bellflower


 
 

        Ground Geranium                                           Butterfly Plant
 

 

       Clematis                                                         Columbine

   
                         Crown Vetch                                Delphinium                    Echinacea               
 

 






                                                                                                         Cornflower

Locoweed
 

 
 
 
                                                                           Hibiscus

 
 
Biltmore Estate Dahlia Marble Ball
 
Biltmore Estate Dahlia Marble Ball: This dahlia's ball-shaped flowers are marbled in purple and white. Grow this one in a patio pot so you can enjoy the flowers up close. Perfect for bouquets

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