15 Best Purple and White Flowers

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Do you love multiple-color flowers? If so, here are the Best Purple and White Flowers that you can grow in your home garden!

Two-in-one blooms can add a lot of appeal to the space, especially if you will add other colorful hues with them! Here are the Best Purple and White Flowers to render a royal look to the space!

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Best Purple and White Flowers

Some of the flowers on this list may have a hint of blue and violet in their shade and may not be exactly purple. Similarly, the white shade may carry a hint of red and pink tint.

1. Petunia

Botanical Name: Petunia ‘Merlin’

This petunia variety shows off a beautiful combination of purple and white on petals with yellow centers. It grows up to 14-20 inches tall.

Check out more petunia varieties here

2. Chalon Supreme


Botanical Name: Viola x wittrockiana ‘Chalon Supreme’

‘Chalon Supreme’ offers deep purple ruffled petals with a white rim and yellow centers. This pansy is a perfect choice for cottage gardens. ‘Inspire Deluxxe Mulberry Mix’ is also a great choice with purple-white petals.

3. Lisianthus

Botanical Name: Eustoma grandiflorum

The ruffled white petals with purple borders look exquisite with yellow centers. Grow this cultivar in well-drained sandy soil.

4. Gloxinia

Botanical Name: Sinningia speciosa

Large trumpet-shaped purple-white blooms, with a velvety feel, grow annually. It’s a great choice for pots, even indoors.

5. Encyclia Orchid


Botanical Name: Encyclia

This orchid resembles an octopus due to drooping purple-white petals. It offers blooms in deep purple and white hue.

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6. Wolf’s Bane


Botanical Name: Aconitum

Also known as monkshood due to the resemblance of upper sepals of the florets with monk’s hood. The white petals have interesting purple veins.

7. Evening Primrose


Botanical Name: Onagraceae

The goblet-shaped purple blossoms patterned in a yellow-white hue look magnificent with sheer beauty.

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8. Sweet Rocket

Botanical Name: Hesperis matronalis

The lovely purple or white blossoms with mesmerizing evening fragrance look amazing in wildlife or cottage garden.

9. Wishbone Flower

Botanical Name: Torenia ‘Clown Mix’

This wishbone variety displays a blend of colors, including white, blue, with purple edges on compact plants.

10. Cineraria

Botanical Name: Pericallis cruenta

This tender perennial shows off vibrant bi-colored purple, white blossoms; the plant grows up to 4-5 feet tall.

11. Splish Splash Geranium

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Botanical Name: Geranium pratense ‘Splish Splash’

‘Splish Splash’ boast patterned frilly white petals with purple flecks and specks. It grows up to 23-27 inches tall.

12. Dwarf Crested Iris


Botanical Name: Iris crestata

Purple petals with white and yellow patterns look beautiful on 6-9 inches tall plants. It prefers partial shade and can withstand full sun as well.

13. Milky Bellflower

Botanical Name: Campanula lactiflora

The ‘milky’ in the name relates to the fact that it comes in white with blue up to purple. It grows up to 3-5 feet tall.

14. Fivespot

Botanical Name: Nemophila maculata

This trailing annual can be a wonderful addition to hanging baskets, too, as long as it gets bright sunlight. The bell-shaped flowers come in a stunning combination!

15. Big Bang Lily


Botanical Name: Lilium ‘Big Bang’

Big-Bang exhibits six-petaled, out-facing blooms in a creamy white color, filled with deep purple spots and swirls. The stamens are crowned with deep bronze anthers.

Have a look at more purple-white lilies here

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