Looking for something to bring an elegant and magical feel indoors for brightening up your garden, you are in the right place. In the post today, we are so glad to introduce the Collection Of The Most Beautiful Purple Flowering Trees to jazz up your yard. Some of these trees can also be planted in large containers.
These plants do not have a deep purple color and some may have a very slight purple tint to the foliage but have a warm texture to melt any heart. So, planting a few of these purple trees is not only a great way to jazz up the beautiful garden but also attract bees and other pollinators to your garden. Loving them, let’s start growing some to add rich colors in your garden or around your home now.
#1 Chaste Tree (Vitex agnus-castus)
From late spring until early fall, the Chaste Tree will bring beautiful purple flowers. The plant grows 15 to 20 feet and spread out 10 to 15 feet. When the weather gets cold, this plant will be frozen and quickly grow back.
#2 Orchid tree (Bauhinia variegata)
This tree displays beautiful purple or pink flowers that look similar to orchid flowers, hence the name. It is a low-maintenance flowering tree that grows best in warm climates.
#3 Magnolia ‘Royal Purple’ (Magnolia x soulangeana)
The Royal purple magnolia trees are an idea both in small gardens and containers. In late winter or early spring, the large purple flowers will appear on the bare branches that make them look great to your garden.
#4 Dogwood (Cornus florida)
Dogwood (Cornus Florida) comes in pink, red, white, or purple colors. It prefers cool winters and warm summer temperatures. It grows best in full sun or part shade to reach about 16 feet tall.
#5 Crape Myrtle (Lagerstroemia spp)
From summer to fall, the Crape Myrtle will bloom during this period. And then, its leaves turn beautiful shades of yellow, orange, and red before falling off. Whether light frosts in winter and warm temperatures in summer, it also can tolerate a range of conditions of these seasons.
#6 Mountain Laurel (Kalmia latifolia)
From late spring to early summer, Mountain Laurel displays bloom beautiful flowers. It thrives in partial shade and usually reaches about 10 feet.
#7 Lilac Bush (Syringa vulgaris)
In late spring, the Lilac Bush bears fragrant purple flowers that make it not only a great look but also attract butterflies. It is a hardy, low-maintenance tree.
#8 Jacaranda (Jacaranda mimosifolia)
Jacaranda grows best in zones 9b to 11 in the US and reaches up to 32 to 50 feet tall and the same distance in width. It displays beautiful light purple flowers that are long-lasting.