Purple Plants With Pizazz

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Purple Reigns! We celebrate Pantone's 2018 Color of the Year with our favorite purple blooming perennials.

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Allium Millenium (Ornamental Onion) The PPA 2018 Plant of the Year, this globe-shaped rosy-purple flower adds a fascinating focal point to your late summer garden. Mature plants are covered in dozens of flowers. Unlike many Ornamental Alliums, this hybr

Allium Millenium -- Bluestone Perennials

Allium Millenium (Ornamental Onion) The PPA 2018 Plant of the Year, this globe-shaped rosy-purple flower adds a fascinating focal point to your late summer garden. Mature plants are covered in dozens of flowers. Unlike many Ornamental Alliums, this hybr

Viola Northern Lights -- Bluestone Perennials

Viola Northern Lights - Common name:Violet, Pansy - A natural display of shimmering color! The vibrant purple flowers with cheery yellow and orange glowing faces are star performers. Fragrant flowers bloom profusely in spring and fall with lighter rebloom throughout the whole season.

Delphinium King Arthur -- Bluestone Perennials

Delphinium King Arthur - Common name:Perennial Larkspur, Larkspur - Tall and handsome, the towering deep royal violet-purple flowers with white eyes of Delphinium King Arthur add a majestic appearance to the back of any sunny border. Adored by hummingbirds, delphiniums make exceptional cut flowers.From the Pacific Series, the towering slender spires of densely packed florets rise above mounds of lacy foliage. May require some staking.

Delphinium Black Knight -- Bluestone Perennials

Delphinium Black Knight - Common name:Perennial Larkspur, Larkspur - Statuesque flowers in rich indigo blue reach skyward on long spires. Elegant and exquisite flower spikes add a majestic touch to your garden. Adored by hummingbirds, delphiniums make exceptional cut flowers.From the Pacific Series, the towering slender spires of densely packed florets rise above mounds of lacy foliage. May require some staking.

Lobelia Vedrariensis -- Bluestone Perennials

Lobelia Vedrariensis - Common name:Cardinal Flower - Dramatic spires of bright purple, hood-like flowers on stately, narrow spikes bloom July to September. Adaptable to almost any situation. Green leaves with a subtle red tinge provide a pleasing backdrop for the vibrant purple blooms of Vedrariensis. Pairs well with Ferns and Heuchera.

Salvia New Dimension Blue -- Bluestone Perennials

Salvia New Dimension Blue - Common name:Meadow Sage - Intense flowers in deepest violet blue. Leaves are aromatic when brushed against. Salvia - take 2 steps forward! A dwarf Salvia perfect for the front of the border, edging or containers. Long blooming, and as a bonus, a quick shearing after blooming will bring fall rebloom.

Iris Caesar's Brother -- Bluestone Perennials

Iris Caesar's Brother - Common name:Siberian Iris - Caesar’s Brother is a velvety rich purple – a classic! Blooms profusely and is spectacular when planted in masses. Very reliable and trouble free. A mature clump in its glory is simply breathtaking. One of the oldest, but still one of the best Iris to have in your perennial garden.More delicately flowered than Bearded Iris, Siberians are very adaptable and easy to grow. Equally at home in the flower border, or a moist (even bog) garden.

Veronica Hocus Pocus -- Bluestone Perennials

Veronica Hocus Pocus - Common name:Speedwell - Long magical wands of violet purple are incredibly showy and long blooming. Loads of flowers, clean green foliage, make this Veronica easy to grow. A 2010 introduction bred by Kevin Hurd of Walters Gardens.Proven Winners® selections are trialed and tested to be colorful, long blooming, carefree and easy to grow.

Clematis Venosa Violacea -- Bluestone Perennials

Clematis Venosa Violacea - Common name:Vine - 4-5" vivid violet flowers with a distinctive white stripe center, gives a star effect to Clematis Venosa Violacea. Blooms in July to September.Gracefully meandering over fences, trellises or through shrubbery, Clematis supply vertical interest. Every perennial garden should have at least one of these incredible vines.

Salvia Merleau Blue -- Bluestone Perennials

Salvia Merleau Blue - Common name:Meadow Sage - Compact, early flowering Salvia on a uniform, well-branched plant. Flowers profusely on intense purplish-blue spikes. Long-lasting display from early summer to fall. Combine with yellow tones of Rudbeckia to provide maximum impact.

Lavandula Hidcote Superior -- Bluestone Perennials

Lavandula Hidcote Superior - Common name:English Lavender, Lavender - Good choice for a low hedge. Lavandula Hidcote Superior is a classic lavender with deep purple blue flowers. Its ornamental compact habit along with silvery green scented foliage makes it a welcome addition to the perennial border. Evergreen in warmer climates.

Campanula Superba -- Bluestone Perennials

Campanula Superba - Common name:Clustered Bellflower, Bellflower - Strong, upright-facing clusters of deep violet bells bloom heavily in late spring through mid summer. The stiff stems of Superba yield charming cut flowers. Pairs nicely with Coreopsis and Achillea.

Clematis Jackmanii -- Bluestone Perennials

Clematis Jackmanii - Common name:Vine - Immigrated from England in the 1850's. Our forefathers did not want to leave this beauty behind. Clematis Jackmanii has an incredible number of single royal purple blossoms that are produced in June, July and September. A true garden Classic.Gracefully meandering over fences, trellises or through shrubbery, Clematis supply vertical interest. Every perennial garden should have at least one of these incredible vines.

Salvia Burgundy Candles -- Bluestone Perennials

Salvia Burgundy Candles - Common name:Meadow Sage - Upright purple ‘tapers’ with violet overtones are enhanced by burgundy-red buds and calyxes that cradle each floret for a stunning bicolor effect. Showy and unbeatable for summer heat!Looking for a summer show of intense color? Easy to grow, Salvia perform best in full sun. A real heat lover; they respond well to shearing after blooming to prompt fresh foliage and blooms. Very deer resistant.

Iris Kabluey -- Bluestone Perennials

Iris Kabluey - Common name:Siberian Iris - Kabluey – Bless you! Fun to say, the exploding ruffled, multi-petaled dark violet-blue flowers are large, 5-6” across and gorgeous! Intricate creamy white blazes with just a glimmer of yellow intensify its elegance.More delicately flowered than Bearded Iris, Siberians are very adaptable and easy to grow. Equally at home in the flower border, or a moist (even bog) garden.

Polemonium Purple Rain -- Bluestone Perennials

Polemonium Purple Rain - Common name:Jacob's Ladder - This different form of Jacob's ladder displays graceful ferny foliage that emerges with a deep maroon cast embellished with large clusters of violet flowers on upright stems. Foliage (8") will be greener in summer or if grown in shade. Nice as a cut flower.