Geraniums are classic, and also one of the easier purple flowering plants to grow.
The dramatic blooms of morning glories put this beautiful purple climber on the list.
The delicate, unassuming blossoms on vinca are a nice accent in the garden and in containers.
Need purple flowers for shady spots? Then you need purple impatiens!
Matthiolas have a lovely scent. Look to them for cool-weather blooms.
Snapdragons bring color and interest to garden beds and cut flower arrangements.
African daisies are known for their vibrant colors, and the purple varieties are no exception.
Sweet alyssum flowers are tiny but the plants make lovely borders and fillers in beds.
Lilac eye dianthus is a sure fit for a traditional farm or cottage garden.