Purple flower to create harmony on the site

Attitude to the violet color has always been ambiguous. On the one hand, it is often called the color of witches and sorcerers, since it is believed that it is capable of awakening extrasensory abilities. On the other hand - attributed calming, relaxing and even healing properties. The shade itself is also quite contradictory - the violet color is full of mysticism and even somewhat gloomy, but belongs to a group of light, but not dark, tones.

Not every bride chooses to choose purple as the main color for her wedding dress, not everyone will wish to execute the design of his home in purple tones. However, to give a violet hue to your garden - a decision that will appeal to many fans of living plants. Any purple flower, as a rule, is not only stunningly beautiful, but also extremely useful for creating a common harmony in the entire household plot.

For example, a purple flower, whose name is known to everyone - lavender. It is suitable even for a beginner gardener. This plant is extremely unpretentious and quite resistant to weather changes (lavender can withstand both drought and even frosts down to -30 degrees).

She loves light, warmth and is considered an evergreen plant. You can propagate lavender cuttings. Endurance of the plant allows it to grow even in harsh climates, but experienced gardeners still recommend using additional frost to use additional protective equipment - cover the lavender with lapnika or temporarily transfer it to a warmer room.

Lavender is a stunningly beautiful purple flower that also has a lot of useful properties. This plant is successfully used, for example, in cosmetology and aromatic therapy.

Essential oils based on lavender have a truly miraculous soothing effect.

No less famous in the gardening violet flower - the delphinium exists in other variations. Delphiniums are white, pinkish and even red, but the true charm gives these flowers a purple hue. These wonderful plants, just like lavender, do not represent great difficulty in nursing. Planting delphiniums is recommended in the spring (preferably in early May), or in the late summer. For planting, you should choose places where there are no strong gusts of wind - the stems of the plants are quite high, and the wind can easily break them. For safety, the stems are attached to the support. Blooming delphiniums, as a rule, twice a season - in summer and in autumn.

Another, very popular with gardeners reddish-purple flower - dahlia - can be found in almost every Russian garden. Dahlias come in different varieties, respectively, the choice of colors and forms of inflorescences is really huge. However, recently, very often gardeners prefer a variety called "phantom" (photo of purple flowers). This plant with velvety petals of purple. Dahlias, like delphiniums, should be protected from the wind and give them the opportunity to receive more sunlight. In the shade, plants develop poorly, so it is not recommended to plant them near trees. Blossom dahlias are very beautiful, lush, and most importantly, long - flowering period often reaches three months.

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