8 Pretty Purple

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There are many purple flowers on the market, but which one is best for your garden? If you like lavender, you should definitely try it!

1) Lavender

As a favorite among native plant gardeners, coneflowers are easy to grow and thrive in a wide range of soil conditions. Full light is ideal for growing these blooms.

2) Purple Coneflower

Lupine will add a burst of vibrant purple to your flower landscape. A rainbow of hues, including tones of purple, may be found in these pollinator-friendly flowers.

3) Lupine

There are many ways to train clematis to climb a fixed structure, such as a fence or arbor. In small gardens, they're an excellent source of architectural height and framework.

4) Clematis

Try growing small irises for a flash of color in the spring. Among the first flowers to blossom are these bulb flowers.

5) Mini Iris

In May, wisteria provides a covering of purple with its strong vines. Wisteria need full sun and well-drained soil to thrive.

6) Wisteria

Growing anise hyssop in your garden will bring a swarm of bees. In addition to being aromatic, these purple blossoms generate a large number of blooms.

7) Anise Hyssop

Bee balm comes in a variety of colors, including red and purple, making it a popular perennial pollinator garden addition.

8) Purple Bee Balm

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