Find ultraviolet options for your floral plants this year and be mesmerized when this hue signifying artistic brilliance and originality sweep your field with its dazzling elegance.
These lantern-like flowers will thrive easily in the Texas. If you’ve got a hilly landscape to work with, columbines will fit right in and blossom best. Columbines are also an ideal option if you have a small garden where these ultraviolet lanterns can showcase their floral charms best.
From lanterns to lavender, these ultraviolet towers may be slim but with its stem well-populated with tiny lavender buds, you’ll definitely love the calming sight and smell lavender produces. Make sure your soil is well drained and that its spot will be in full sun for the lavender to give you the best of its blossom.
Another option which thrives in full sun and well-drained soil, clematis will easily bloom in Texas gardens. However, be sure to pick a sheltered spot so that it can bloom with the least amount of disturbance and hurry on showing its flowers. Another fun fact about clematis is that it can have multiple blooms while taking up the least space than other floral violets.
Lily of the Nile
If you want to wade in a 4-feet tall field of violet flowers, then plant Lily of the Nile. While you might have to establish a rigorous watering schedule to establish its firm and wide root system underground for the first few months of growing it, you will be rewarded with large globe-like cluster of its beautiful blooms. Its flowers’ shade vary from light blue to ultraviolet creating a mesmerizing effect on your landscape.
Last but not the least, here’s a flower that sports violet from its petals right to its core. It also comes in a wide variety so choose whether you’d want a low, groundcover variety or a tall and towering specie. Take note that anemone love to dwell in partial shade.