Here is a selection of the most known purple flowers:
Also called Western daisy, due to the fact that it originates in the lower Mississippi basin, the purple daisy comes in varieties of royal purple, han purple or orchid purple.
An unusual color for this species, the purple hydrangea originates in eastern Asia, especially China, Korea or Japan. This purple flower has varieties which once planted, stay evergreen.
Blooming in April, the purple lilac with its strong scent, brings a note of freshness and spring. This light purple flower suggests humility, confidence and youth.
A hybrid between regal trumpet lilies and the more exotic Asiatic Lily, purple lilies come in a variety called Purple Prince. This purple flower has a leathery texture and a satin aspect, reaching a soft brown color at maturity.
Purple Calla Lily
Purple calla lilies come in different varieties, the most popular shades being lavender, amethyst and bright purple.
The purple rose, a majestic and royal symbol, signifies enchantment and love at first sight or maternal/paternal love. Result of hybridization, this purple flower comes in a variety of purple shades and it is said to be the most fragrant species of roses.
Regarded as tropical and exotic flowers, the purple orchids come in a large variety of colors and shapes, the most common being Orchis mascula. Being used especially in Ikebana, these purple flowers stay in bloom for almost a month.
Ranging in color from lilac to violet and plum, the purple hibiscus with its large bright flowers is a perfect choice to lighten up your garden and home. This purple flower is considered one of the best looking type of hibiscus.
Purple carnations, a rare variety of carnations, are spontaneous and unpredictable. These purple flowers are traditionally associated to change and capriciousness.