Gladiolus

Aster

(Michaelmas Daisy)

Vanda

Lavandula (Lavender)

Purple Flowers

 

Ranging from pale lilac to deep indigo, purple flowers symbolise balance and loyalty and can look visually striking in any flower arrangement. It is also a colour that celebrates accomplishment or achievement and therefore is a wonderful gift for someone who has realised an ambition or achieved something amazing recently. You can find purple flowers in a variety of flower species; from tulip and sweet pea, to lisianthus and delphinium. Purple is also a favourite colour of children and so would make an ideal present for a new baby or a young one’s birthday. Purple flowers by botanical name and common name:

 

Aconitum, Monkshood

Allium

Flowering Onion

Anemone, Windflower

Antirrhinum, Snapdragon

Aster, Michaelmas Daisy

Callistephus

Campanula, Canterbury Bells

Carnation

Cattleya Orchid

Cirsium

Cosmos

Delphinium

Dendrobium Orchid, Singapore Orchid

Freesia Fritillaria

Gladiolus

Godetia

Gomphrena, Globe Amaranth

Iris

Ixia, African Corn Lily

Lavender, Lavandula

Leycesteria, Hijmalayan honeysuckle

Liatris

Lilac

Limonium, Sea Lavender, Statice

Lisianthus, Eustoma

Matthiola, Stock

Mint

Phlox

Physostegia, Obedient plant

Protea

Rose

Scabious

Lathyrus, Sweet pea

Trachelium

Triteleia, Brodiaea

Tulip

Vanda

Zinnia

 

(In the left hand column there are a few examples of some of the purple flowers listed above.)

Lilac

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