Let the rest of the world fade away with a gorgeous display of Purple Flowering shrubs from NatureHills.com! Breathe deep in a calm, centered space with their charming amethyst hues.
We've pulled together a lovely, curated collection of these showy bloomers for your consideration. People get passionate about the color purple, don't they?
Translate that into your home life with help from NatureHills.com. Our expert growers take great pride in developing commercial landscape-grade plants for home owners across the Continental United States.
Blend Purple Flowering shrubs into your overall design. Shrubs with purple blooms stand as an equal with red; but contrast perfectly against yellow, orange and white flowers.
Don't forget purple-toned foliage of Ninebark and even purple fall berries of native Beautyberry shrubs! They'll add a tremendous amount of color as taller backdrops or hedges.
Purple flowering shrubs are one of our most popular shrub categories! This popularity is obvious since purple flower plants are eye-catching and often bring on a second glance.
There are many shades of purple colors including light purple or lavender flowers. You'll find a wide range of shrubs used in landscapes include Butterfly Bushes (Buddleia), Lilacs (Syringa), Rose of Sharon (Hibiscus syriacus); and woody subshrubs like Russian Sage (Perovskia atriplicifolia).
Enjoy your experience on our website! Be sure to include Blue or Purple Flowering Perennials, too.
Chaste trees deliver long panicles of purple flowers. But they stay small enough to be used as an anchor tree in a patio planting.
Who remembers reading underneath Grandma's blooming Lilac shrubs? Whether it was Hans Brinker, Archie and Veronica or the Twilight series...that wonderful experience stays with you forever.
Gift your neighborhood that elusive scent you remember so well with our incredible dark purple Yankee Doodle Lilacs.
Once established, Lilacs become a relatively drought tolerant shrub that is easy to grow in full sun and well-draining soil! They live for a very long time, and only require minor renewal pruning and quick yearly deadheading of spent blooms.
Purple flowering plants are available in many heights, foliage colors, and spreads. You'll find broad-leaved evergreens and deciduous shrubs wearing the royal color purple.
Plan things out by bloom season for a non-stop wave of purple flowers. Filter the results by bloom time to start early and end late!
Some even offer dark foliage and fluffy purple blooms. Royal Purple Smokebush makes a large-scale privacy screen or backdrop in your border plantings.
There are often minute differences of shades in purple flowers. Different shades of purples, lavenders, and blues bring a dynamic look to your space.
No matter the size of your property, you can enjoy a lavish show of these majestic flowers. Keep pots on your porch, deck or balcony.
Can you imagine greeting your party guests in high style with dazzling hardy containers? Life large with high style, no matter how petite your patio may be.
Use tall shrubs with soft color like Lavender Chiffon Rose of Sharon brings a welcome mid-season flowering show that lasts for months. Nothing could be easier than a happy Rose of Sharon hedge at the far end of your patio or pool.
Maximize your perennial border with a fragrant backdrop hedge of PJM Rhododendron. You'll never tire of these esteemed spring bloomers that prefer acidic soil!
Of course, many of our outstanding Hydrangeas can display purple or blue tones. You Can Change the Color of Some Hydrangeas >>
Edge your low-maintenance shrub border with long-lasting Arthur J Simmonds Bluebeard. Butterflies will come to call and gather the nectar.
You see, it's not just people that enjoy the lavender color of Purple Flowering shrubs. Butterflies and beneficial pollinators are attracted to this exceptional shade, too.
All plants grow best within a range of hardiness zones for both heat and cold. Check the product page for Plant Highlights giving specifics for the plants you love.
You'll want to type in your zip code in the Zone Finder above the Plant Highlights. Remember, several cold-sensitive plants, like Crape Myrtles, can be enjoyed as a seasonal container plant further north!
Ground yourself with royal purple flowers. At once strong and ethereal, you'll never regret your choice to incorporate these beautiful tones in your landscape design!