Flowers are true essence of nature, stunning everyone with their beauty and fragrance! Read this article to know some amazing Violet Color Flowers in India!
There is quite nothing like the beauty of flowers! They greatly enhance the appeal of gardens and homes! If you are looking for an exotic shade of flowers, then this is the article for you! Here are some of the most fascinating Violet Color Flowers in India!
Check out our article on the best summer flowering plants in India here!
1. Butterfly Pea
Botanical name: Clitoria ternatea
This violet flower has a multitude of lavender markings at the center that gives it a stunning outlook. Native to Southern Asia, you can grow it as a trailing vine and creeper. It can grow up to 2-3 feet in length.
2. Glory Bush
Botanical name: Tibouchina
Curly stamens and purple to violet hues make it one of the most adorable flower to behold on. These blossoms emerge during fall and summer, inviting butterflies to the garden.
Botanical name: Verbena bonariensis
These tiny flowers grow on slender stems during summers. Native to a tropical region, the leaves of this shrub are slightly serrated and appear hairy. Their striking violet color comes to its peak in full sunlight.
4. Asiatic Dayflower
Botanical name: Commelina communis
This aesthetic flower grows on the leaf axile and consists of two violet petals. These two petals are accompanied by one tiny white petal, some stamens, and one long style. It flowers from mid-summer till the late fall.
5. Garden Sage
Botanical name: Salvia officinalis
Member of the mint family, common sage is known for its medicinal and culinary properties. The two-lipped flower’s shade ranges from lavender to violet. Its mesmerizing fragrance attracts many pollinators too!
6. Bush Clockvine
Botanical name: Thunbergia erecta
It is a five-lobed flower of dark purple hue. This flower has an origin from Africa, but it is most commonly grown in India. You can grow this as a bush with no pruning or even it can be trained on a trellis-like a vine.
7. Small Blue Parviflora
Botanical name: Collinsia parviflora
The color of this five-lobed flower varies from deep purple to violet. Gracefully flowering on the long stalks, it has two white upper lobes that bend backward and the three blue lower lobes arch outward.
8. Blue Lotus
Botanical name: Nymphaea caerulea
Also known as blue Egyptian lotus, and blue water lily, the petals of this star-shaped flower has violet-hued, upright petals. It is a day-blooming flower that emits a pleasing fragrance.
9. Blue Passionflower
Botanical name: Passiflora caerulea
The fast-growing passionflower has striking violet flower having five greenish-yellow stamens with purple stigmas. The saucer-shaped flower emerges from the tubular base, which is the most attractive part of this flower.
10. Petunia Blue Viole
Botanical name: Petunia × atkinsiana
Petunia is a trailing perennial that can be either striped or bi-color and characterized with the sticky stems. Their violet petals are slightly accentuated with white splashes or stripes, making them a great addition for gardens.
11. African Violet
Botanical name: Saintpaulia ionantha
These violet beauties can be single, semi-double, double, ruffled, or even star-shaped. It is available in many sizes from miniature to large and needs bright, indirect sunlight.