Here’s an exclusive list of the most elegant Trees with Purple Flowers! Grow them in your garden for a royal appeal!
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Trees with Purple Flowers
Some trees on this list may not have pure purple blooms.
1. Jacaranda Tree
Botanical Name: Jacaranda mimosifolia
This tropical tree displays clusters of aromatic purple panicle flowers. Its arching branches create a beautiful canopy.
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2. Crape Myrtle
Botanical Name: Lagerstroemia indica
This summer flowering deciduous tree grows up to 15-30 feet tall. Cultivars like ‘Purple Tower’ and ‘Catawba’ produce purple flowers that attract hummingbirds.
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3. Purple Robe Robina
Botanical Name: Robinia ‘Purple Robe’
This spring-flowering deciduous tree grows up to 20-40 feet tall in full sun or light shade. It grows violet-purple flowers during summer or fall.
4. Common Lilac
Botanical Name: Syringa vulgaris
The striking fragrant blooms in the shades of light purple, lilac, or lavender make this a great addition to gardens. It flowers in clusters from April or May.
5. Pride of India
Botanical Name: Lagerstroemia speciosa
This beautiful tree is native to tropical areas and blooms lovely purple flowers in the summer. It can grow up to 25-50 feet tall.
6. Jane Magnolia tree
Botanical Name: Magnolia ‘Jane’
This gorgeous tree is a cross between M. liliflora ‘Reflorescens’ and M. stellata ‘Waterlily.’ The large flowers of this specie come in the shade of burgundy-purple.
7. Purple Satin Rose of Sharon
Botanical Name: Hibiscus syriacus ‘Purple Satin’
This beautiful specimen offers many vibrant purple double flowers from midsummer to fall. This dwarf tree is fairly easy to grow.
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8. Burgundy Desert Willow
Botanical Name: Chilopsis linearis ‘Burgundy’
Desert Willow does not relate to true willow trees, but it’s a member of the Bignoniaceae family. The tree blooms purple flowers from May through September.
9. Chaste Tree
Botanical Name: Vitex agnus-castus
This deciduous, fast-growing, and low-maintenance tree has a shrub-like appearance. It produces fragrant, stunning blue or purple flowers during summer.
10. Purple Bauhinia
Botanical Name: Bauhinia purpurea
This fast-growing deciduous tree flowers over a long period of time. It offers purple-pink blossoms from September through November.
11. Purple Lily Magnolia
Botanical Name: Magnolia liliflora
This deciduous shrub boasts pink-purple blossoms in April and early May, making the entire tree look purple-pink from a distance!
12. Royal Purple Smoke Tree
Botanical Name: Cotinus coggygria ‘Royal Purple’
‘Royal Purple’ sports tiny blooms on 6-8 inches long panicles that make the tree look full of fine purple hair.
13. Empress Tree
Botanical Name: Paulownia Ttomentosa
Empress tree grows up to 30-60 feet tall and displays pale violet, foxglove-like blooms. It prefers full sun to partial shade and is not fussy about soil conditions.
Botanical Name: Syringa meyeri ‘Palibin’
Also popular as Meyer lilac or Korean lilac, this slow-growing, deciduous shrub features fragrant pale lilac to violet-purple blossoms in small clusters.
15. Purple Covey
Botanical Name: Cercis canadensis ‘Covey’
This flowering deciduous tree displays pea-like rose-purple blooms. It flowers abundantly in early spring.
16. Chinese Magnolia
Botanical Name: Magnolia x soulangeana
It’s a hybrid between M.dendudata and M. lilflora. This deciduous tree or shrub displays purple blooms and gets entirely covered in them!
17. Silk Floss Tree
Botanical Name: Ceiba speciosa
This fast-growing, deciduous tree forms a wide canopy and grows pink-purple blooms in summer. It can grow upto 15-40 feet tall.