9 Pretty Purple Flowers To Plant In Your Garden

Sweet Romance Lavender: Aromatic lavender suitable for small spaces and containers, providing summer blooms. Perennial in Zones 5-9, reaching 12-18 inches in height.

Bloomerang Dark Purple Lilac: Reblooming lilac with powdery mildew resistance, ideal for foundation plantings and containers. Shrub, Zones 3-7, 4-6 feet tall.

Birch Hybrid Bellflower: Trailing variety with lavender-blue flowers, perfect for rock walls or slopes. Perennial, Zones 4-9, 4-6 inches tall.

Sweet Summer Love Clematis: Fragrant and long-blooming perennial vine, suitable for large arbors, trellises, or fences. Zones 4-9, 10-15 feet tall.

Millenium Ornamental Onion: Globe-shaped flowers providing long-lasting structure in rock gardens. Perennial, Zones 4-8, 15-20 inches tall.

Color Spires Violet Riot Salvia: Aromatic flowers attracting pollinators, suitable for slopes or mixed borders. Perennial, Zones 3-8, 22 inches tall.

Marine Heliotrope: Tropical with vanilla-scented flowers in purple, blue, or white. Usually grown as an annual, 15-20 inches tall.

Caesar's Brother Iris: Regal flowers suitable for mixed borders or alongside ponds. Perennial, Zones 3-9, 3-4 feet tall.

Supertunia Royal Velvet Petunia: Summer workhorse with long-lasting color, ideal for containers or hanging baskets. Usually grown as an annual, 6-12 inches tall.