How to use Angelonia for landscaping and creating a purple garden edge?

Angelonia for purple flower garden designs
Purple flower garden design with Angelonia
Angelonia planted for garden edging

How to use Aubrieta to cover rocks and walls with purple?

Aubrieta A nice drought tolerant purple ground cover suitable to grow over the rocks or walls. Aubrieta starts flowering in early spring. A must-have for your purple flower garden designs to turn all the ugly walls and hard surfaces into a nice matching purple.Make sure you keep the weeds away

Elegant Anemone is a beautiful flower for your garden.

Anemone A popular garden flower with many varieties. Anemone has flowers most of the spring through summer.

Plant Ageratum to create purple flower patches like this

Balloon Flower, Bell Flower and Canterbury Bell

Balloon flower is hardy and has a nice rare color and can grow up to 60cm.

Bell flowers have different varieties, some can be used as ground cover.

Canturbury Bells have a distinctive cup and saucer shape.

Bellflower Growth habit and size varies. They range from minute crevice dwellers with tiny flowers to upright plants with large blooms. The creeping variety of this plant makes a good purple ground cover
Canterbury Bells Canterbury Bells have a cup-shaped flower. They attract a lot of bumble-bees to the garden. It takes more than a year to flower if you grow them from seeds

Catmint

Catmint is one of the best perennial plants you can choose for garden borders. Rich purple blooms explode into beautiful purple in early summer. Check these two spectacular examples below.

Creeping Thyme

The five superstar purple flowers that grow from bulbs

Grape Hyacinth

Hyacinth

Crocus

Iris

Glory of the snow

Grape Hyacinth

One of the best blueish purple in the world of gardening, these are like affordable jewellery for your purple flower garden designs and landscape

Like clusters of tiny pleasant blue pearls, grape hyacinths are excellent for decorating the edges of gardens, containers and paths. Think of them as affordable jewelry for your landscaping.

Hyacinth

Plant your bulbs in Autumn in clusters or in rows. The fragrance of these flowers is beyond words.  Hyacinths make a perfect container plant if you do not have enough space or live in an apartment.

Crocus

A very adaptable and resilient bulb

Iris

Glory of the snow

Delphinium

Hydrangeas

These flowers are easy to care.

A very interesting fact about Hydrangeas is that you can change the colour of the flowers by changing the PH of the soil.

To turn your garden edges to something like the example you see here, you must have Hydrangea macrophylla or H. serrata.

They have a long blooming time and are perfect for covering fences as a colourful hedging plant like the example below.

Hepatica

Moist soil and winter snowfall is a requirement for this flower.

Hepatica Nobilus has a deep purple colour and grows best in woodlands.

They are small, grow well in the shade and have tiny flowers.

Jacob’s Ladder

These flowers can grow tall up to 90cm.

They flower from the middle of the spring to early summer. Jacob’s ladder flowers can be grown in partial shade and are best planted in a well-drained soil.Jacob’s ladder flowers work well in a shade garden.

Lavender

A delightful plant for hedging. 

Lavender has upright spikes of fragrant purple flowers. It is pest free, easy to grow and drought tolerant. It likes an open sunny area and flowers from approximately mid-spring to late summer. 

To get the best look and a tidy edge plant them with Buxus. Trim Buxus in a way that stands at the same height of your lavender flowers.

It creates one the most beautiful and homogeneous look that you can not imagine.

These two examples show you two different versions of Buxus and Lavender hedging together.

Leadwort

A Popular ornamental evergreen shrub with blue flowers. It can be pruned to grow like a vine and scramble over supports, or pruned into a more compact mounded shrub, or left to sprawl with its long, gracefully arching branches.

If you are looking for a flowering hedge consider Leadwort as well.

Lobelia

A beautiful ground cover with a long flowering time. It prefers moist, rich soil. Lobelia seeds can be sown directly in the garden or indoors for later transplanting. These plants typically require an area with full sun but will tolerate partial shade.  Lobelia makes your container pots looking amazing. Plant it in clusters next to each other in your garden to have a consistency of colour.

Lupine

Mazus

Pansy

Perennial Flax

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