Bright purple flowers and colorful artwork pop in this fresh and contemporary, office sitting room. Exposed edison bulbs throughout the space combine with wood and metal furniture for a sleek, industrial look.
‘Millennium’ alliums smell slightly oniony when their scrappy leaves are crushed or bruised. The rounded, rose-purple flowers reach 2” in diameter, drawing butterflies and bees. Rabbits and deer usually avoid the plants.
A tiered fountain is one of the highlights of this restful Spanish-inspired garden space. White and purple flowers grow in beds surrounding the walkway and a gazebo provides shade and a relaxing bench swing.
A full kitchen with a grill, cooler and sinks completes the outdoor experience on this modern rooftop. Bright purple flowers burst out of a wooden planter, adding a colorful burst of nature to the space.
A border of ornamental grasses and purple flowers line the edge of a driveway that twists itself through the front yard. Olive trees, lavender and a variety of grasses add Italian flair to this landscape design.
The shady undergrowth of this roadside garden includes plants in an array of textures and colors, creating an inviting entry to this Pennsylvania property. Purple flowering geraniums provide a pop of color amongst the verdant shrubs.
The neutral furniture in this outdoor patio allows for the pink and purple flowers to stand out. A striped rug and colorful artwork in the background assure the space is a colorful escape no matter the season.
This rooftop garden deck, created from composite wood, provides stunning city views from a lush private oasis. With plenty of green and touches of bright purple flowers, this beautiful urban garden features a custom-built pergola, perfect for relaxing summer nights.
Winner of an RHS Award of Garden Merit, ‘Grace’ has apricot-colored blooms that combine beautifully with dark red and purple flowers and foliage. Grow this tree rose for its repeat blooms, warm perfume and exceptionally healthy performance in the garden.
Turn up the color in your garden with the long-lasting blooms of hummingbird mint. Purple flowers open all summer long, beckoning hummingbirds and a host of other pollinators. Plants are drought tolerant once established. Hardy in Zones 5-10. Botanical name: Agastache ‘Blue Boa’