Purple flowering plants come in a variety of shades. Below we have searched from pink/purple to blue/purple. With this warm color, it’s easy to combine and many of the plants listed below are also easy to plant without overgrowing. Our top 10 purple flowering plants!
Blue cushion blooms profusely in a lavender blue/purple color. The plant is native to the mountains, making it very suitable for a rock garden. Planted in groups, it is an excellent ground cover that combines well with other plants and eventually takes on the cushion shape from which it takes its name.
Height: 15 centimetres
When to sow: autumn
Flowering time: Spring
Latin name: Aubrita
Type of plant: ground cover
Blue cushion likes slightly moist soil but can generally tolerate a dry spot as well.