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We here at Purple Flowers AZÂ love to popularize all types of flowers, not just flowers, orchids or lilies – in other worsd, the usual suspects. There are many beautiful purple flowers not so well known, and that’s really a shame. Let’s change that, shall we?
Carnation comes in many colors, and purple is no exception. Purple carnations indicate capriciousness, or, sometimes spontaneity – the flower is what you might call a double edged sword. You can use to tell somebody they’re spontaneous, or you can use to signal whimsiness – be sure to use the right context, and if you’re receiving them, think twice before interpreting their meaning.
Delphinium are magnificent flowers, and you could often see them showing up at gardening contest; so why don’t we see them more often? Well… simply put, the plants are poisonous. Some are treated or grown or modified, but generally speaking, all purple Delphinium are poisonous. Still, they may be used for exhibition purposes, or, in small quantities, as herbal treatment.
As a European, I was actually shocked to see how little most people (especially Americans) know about this flower. It has a magnificent fragrance, while also looking just chique and elegant… really a great flower, suitable for most occasions.
Gladiolae flowers are endemic to Africa, but have since spread into many households throughout the entire world. Nowadays, the genus is mostly distributed in Mediterranean Europe, Asia, Tropical Africa and South Africa. Gladiola often symbolizes hidden feelings, making it the best flower for people who want to get out of the “friend zone”. However, expect not many people knowing this. It can also mean inspiration.
Hyacinth was a Greek mythological hero, but I don’t really want to go into him and his fate, you can read all about that here. Hyacinths bulbs are poisonous, but the plants aren’t; they are often used to symbolize rebirth, and are definitely pleasant on the eye.
Purple calla lilies
What, you didn’t know calla lilies can also be purple ? They’re just regal flowers, radiating nobility, elegance and majesty. Still, you should know they are just perfect to be grown indoor, even in relatively small pots. They’ll definitely add an extra something to your home.
They areare usually one to three feet tall, although there are dwarf varieties the only grow up to eight inches in height. Lisianthus, or Eustoma as they are also called, are tricky to grow, and require special attention. They have tiny seeds that must be sown on the surface not buried, and in soils well drained, and safe from fungal invaders.
Who doesn’t love roses? Every rose is special in its own special way, but some are more spectacular than others. It’s not free to buy flowers, but it may be free to look at pictures, at least. I really hope you’ll enjoy these, and if you have others, then be sure to share them with me and I’ll post them right away.
The Syringa vulgaris, or Lilac, is a genus of about 20-25 species of flowers which typically grow in temperate or Mediterranean areas. What few people know is that this purple shrub is actually related to the olive – but that’s just trivia, pretty irrelevant for its meaning and appearance.
The flower gained attention since ancient times, when the Greeks even used it in their mythology, however, it is believed that the plant was grown since prehistoric times. As the legend goes, the god Pan with the nymph Syringa. Syringa was frightened because Pan had been chasing her through the forests. However, scared by his aspect, she ran away, frightened, and afraid of being caught, she turned herself into a fragrant flowering.
The flower’s color varies from white to purple and in between. The lilac was extremely popular in the Victorian era, in the 1800s, when it was used to show the first emotions of love – it was often use to say “I’m starting to fall in love with you”. In some contexts, it can mean loving protection; the white variety is used to symbolize the uttermost purity, as well as youthful innocence. In Mediterranean cultures, the flower is associated with Easter and the start of the Spring. In the US however, I’ve seen the flower used for quite different symbols: Syringa vulgaris is the state flower of New Hampshire, because it “is symbolic of that hardy character of the men and women of the Granite State”. Strange, but then again, I don’t live in New Hampshire, so what do I know.
In the absence of harsh conditions, Syringa grows anywhere from 2 to 10 meters, usually steming beautiful 20-30 cm purple flowers with a magnificent scent. The flowers are produced in the spring, in a dazzling display of color and smell. Lilac is a shrub, so it’s not really the kind of plant you want to grow indoor. However, if you have a garden, even a small one, you should know that they are low maintenance shrubs, really easy to take care of; they will offer a splendid view, a fantastic scent and once they grow, even some nice summer shade. Syringa doesn’t like too much water, which is why they usually thrive in sandy soils or on hillsides (again, this is just a preference, they do well in any soil type). Like any plants, lilacs will benefit from compost and humus worked into the soil to help retain water during dry spells and to provide additional nutrients. No fertilizer or additional substance is required.
They are susceptible to a few pests and diseases, mostly during hot and humid weather. If anything happens to them just be sure to contact your local florist and he’ll tell you what to do. Other than that, just keep the weeds to a minimum around them (it’s not even necessary to fully remove weeds) and if there’s a drought, give them a little watering – but not too much.
Growing white or purple lilacs is really really easy; just follow these common sense tips and watch them grow and thrive. Some people will tell you these plants are old fashioned or they’re your grandma’s flowers… but that’s just bull – and besides, your grandma knows best.
Art takes many forms, and especially in modern times, tattoos are already a common trend in many countries. In this post, I’ll share some fantastic purple rose tattoos, Â because the symbolism is just extremely powerful, and the overall result is often just stunning.
First off, roses – they are the flower of love, a passionate, intense, burning love. No flower is more direct in meaning than the rose. Then, you have purple – the color of nobility, spirit and mystery. Bind them together, and what do you get? A true, noble love, full of mystery and spiritually charged. If that’s what you’re really feeling and you’re ready to have it on your skin for the rest of your life… then go for it!
Everybody loves orchids – the overall exotic appearance, the beautiful look, the magnificent scent… all these make orchids a favorite flower for millions. But what many people don’t know is that orchids come in a great variety of colors as well. Practically, they come in pretty much every color – except for blue, but we’ll get back on that a little later.
Probably the best known variety of flowers – white, or white with dots; this is what most people imagine when they think of orchids. They are quite common now, despite the fact that they were once considered flowers only for extremely rich people, because they were quite difficult to grow under European conditions. The gorgeous white Dendobium fytchianum was discovered by a Captain Grant and Colonel Fytche in Burma in 1863.
Of course, yellow orchids came after the white orchids, and brought a whole new level to the table. Back in the day, they were a truly rare sight, and much more pretentious than their white counterparts.
Pink orchids are probably the most popular choice today; such bouquets and flower arrangements are perfect for pretty much any occasion, and the significance is so broad and universally positive that whenever you’re in doubt, you can just go for the pink orchids.
Red orchids are not quite a common site, but they’re quickly growing in popularity.Â Red orchids are often described as âan Asian loveâs dreamâ. They are sophisticated but sincere flowers – the perfect choice for Valentine’s day.
Ahhh… purple orchids! The editor’s choice, they are royal members of the flower family. Purple orchids symbolizeÂ mystery, royalty, and spirituality â allÂ combined in one single color. They are, by excellence, a symbol of nobility, ceremony and distinction. The meaning of these flowers is deep and should not be taken lightly. You can read more about purple orchids on the page I wrote specially for them, so I won’t go even more into details.
So do black orchids even exist? They definitely do!Â Orchid growers and hobbyists have been trying toÂ grow a black orchid for decades, and after all this time, they finally did it. Why such a fascination for black flowers of all kind still persists is beyond me but… who knows.
Well as I was saying, there is no true blue orchid. There is actually a lot of debate around this subjectÂ There are plenty of purple orchids, even black orchids, but there are no blue ones – technically speaking. However, a lot of varieties are manipulated towards this goal, and probably, pretty soon blue orchids will become reality; and when you think about it, blue and purple roses would make a wonderful bouquet.
Well, today we’re gonna take a little stroll from our usual purple flowers discussions, to talk about the carrots. Why? Well, because you should know that carrots were initially purple. That’s right.
Before the 17th century, virtually all the cultivated carrots were purple, and the modern, orange carrot we see today wasn’t cultivated until Dutch growers in the late 16th century decided they want to make it of that colour, to signify their dominance (orange was their colour). In order to do this, they took mutant strains of the purple carrot, including yellow and white carrots and gradually developed them into the sweet, plump, orange variety we have today. Before that, even white carrots were more common than orange ones.
However, some people think that the mutation wasn’t made in an attempt to bring honor and glory to the House of Orange and honor Dutch independence; they believe the Dutch wanted to make it tastier and more resilient, and the colour came out as a side effect. So just so you know, if you see a purple carrot, it’s not a freak or something – it’s just keeping it real.
Lotus flowers are very important in various cultures and religions throughout the world, especially in Indian and Egyptian cultures. In the most ancient times, millennia BC, lotus flowers signified the virtues of sexual purity.
Purple lotus meaning
“As a lotus flower is born in water, grows in water and rises out of water to stand above it unsoiled, so I, born in the world, raised in the world having overcome the world, live unsoiled by the world” ~ Gautama Buddha ~
However, in many prominent cultures in Indo-Asia, the lotus has different meanings. Often used as an example of divine beauty, the most important god in Indian mythology is often described as the ‘Lotus-Eyed One’ – its unfolding petals signifying the development of the soul. Also, the growth of this beautiful flower from the mud suggests that beautiful things can be born from dirty environments, and sometimes, the most beautiful souls have humble origins – an important theme in Indian mythology.
Most deities of Asian religions are depicted as seated on a lotus flower. For Buddhists, the rise of the lotus from the mud represents the purity of body, speech and mind – rising above the bodily pleasures. However, as time passed, the meaning of the lotus began to shift towards beauty, peace and grace. In Egypt, the lotus is closely associated with the Sun.
Today, lotus flowers should be preserved and observed only in their natural environment, where they belong; sadly though, many people pick them and sell them in markets, especially in India and Asia, so even if you are fascinated by the beauty of the lotus, be it of any colour, please, don’t support these activities.
As for the colour, the purple lotus is considered above all to be mythical and sacred, holding a special place among the flower kingdom.
Facts about purple lotus flowers
Lotus aren’t the typical plants to plant in your home, even if you have a great garden. Lotus flowers are typically planted in the soil of the pond or river bottom, while the leaves float on top of the water surface – you will usually see them rising just a few centimeters above water level.
What’s interesting about them, and not a lot of people know this, is that the flowers, seeds, young leaves and rhizomes are all edible – which doesn’t mean you should go out and eat them; however, in Asia they are used as food wrapping, and sometimes the petals are used as a garnish.
If you ask me, it’s a shame; lotus flowers, the most sacred flowers in the world – should be revered and admired in their natural environment.
The subtle art of flower giving is sadly declining – too people today know whether when to give a rose and when to give a lily, and not nearly enough folks know what’s you should bring at special events. That’s why, we at Purple Flowers AZ are trying to bring it to light more. Here are just a few flowers and their correspondent meanings – this is the first post in the series.
If you don’t know this – you’re probably from another planet. Roses symbolize love. Depending on the colour they can be more suggestive towards a passionate love (red), respectful (white), or just something special (purple).
Orchids are a symbol of exotic beauty and refinement. It is also a (relatively modern) symbol of powerful feminity.
Tulips symbolize a perfect, fulfilled love. Not the thing you want to give your kids for their teacher. Perfect gift for your wedding anniversary, for example.
Not the typical flower to be given – the anemone symbolizes fading hope, or perhaps anticipation.
Daffodils are among the few flowers women can give to men on every occasion – they symbolize regard and chivalry, as well as eternal life.
Platonic beauty – not the flower to give to somebody you are interested in romantically.
Freesia flowers smell magnificently, and they are the perfect flowers to give to somebody you don’t see a lot, as they symbolize thoughtfulness, and caring for someone regardless of distance.
Purity and innocence
Quite a powerful symbolism for Gladiolae – strength of character, faithfulness and honor are what these flowers stand for.
These are the flowers to playfulness and sporty attitude – perfect for sporting events.
You can read more about the iris flowers here, but aside for what’s written there, another symbol for iris flowers is eloquence. The perfect flowers to give to someone who just held a great speech.
That’s about all I can think about right now, but stay tuned, we’ll get back with more flower meanings.
Orchids are flowery plants typically native to the tropics, however they’re quite easy to grow in your own garden, as they’reÂ surprisinglyÂ durable. With the proper care, nurturing and love, these flowers can grow to live for years and years. TheseÂ exquisite flowers come in a variety of colors, including purple.
Purple orchid description
The purple orchid originates from Greece and is a species of orchid in the genus Orchis. âOrchidâ comes from the Greek âorchisâ, which oddly enough means testicle and represents virility. Maybe in ancient times it was a symbol of manhood, but in our days, women not only adore them, but are also the primary recipients. Double check that with the multibillion dollar flower industry, if you don’t believe me.
The Purple Orchid or the Orchis mascula can grow up to 60 centimeters (24 inches) in height, is green at the base and varying purple on the apex. Its root is made out of two tubers, rounder or ellipsoid. Like most orchids, its leaves are grouped at the base of the stem and are oblong-lanceolate in shape and green in color, although sometimes brownish-purple specks can be observed on the leaves.
The actual inflorescence is between 7 and 12 centimeters long (3 to 4.9 inches) and is comprised of a natural bouquet of 6 to 20 flowers, beautifully lined up in a dense cylinder of spkes. The flower itself is about 2.5 centimeters (0.98 inches) in length and is colored either in pink or violet.
Typically the Purple Orchid blooms April to June.
Purple orchid types
There are two main purple orchid species. There’s the terrestrial purple orchid that grows on the ground like most commonly sensed plants and flowers. And then there’s the epiphytes purple orchid that grows on trees.
Concerning their color, purple is rather an understatement. Purple orchids come in a myriad of shades and tones, from bright purple to all kinds of lavender shades, depending on the particular species.
Orchids are quite widespread, one of the most common types is the early purple orchid,Â often found in habitats with non-acidic soils such as hedgerows, banks, ancient woodland and open grassland.
Early Purple Orchids display up to 50 dark purple flowers arranged in a dense, cone-shaped cluster on a tall spike. The lower lip of each flower has three lobes and the upper petals form a hood. The leaves of the Early Purple Orchid are glossy and dark green with dark spots, and form a rosette on the ground; they appear from January onwards.
How to care for a purple orchid
Like stated earlier, the orchid typically grows in the tropics, but that doesn’t mean it can’t grow anywhere. If you’re keen on growing your own purple orchids, know that it’s fairly simple, and any amateur gardener can end up with some terrific batches. All you need to do is to treat them with much care, offer them nourishment and of course plenty of love.
Be sure to place the purple orchid in indirectÂ sunlightÂ maybe behind the window curtains since too much ultraviolet rays can burn the plant. Here are some hints to know if you’re purple orchid is getting enough light: look at its leaves. If they’re dark green that the plant isn’t getting enough sun light. If they’re red or yellowish-green than they’re getting too much light. You’ve found the perfect balance if your leaves are a bright green.
Like for all plant cultures, ambient temperature is very important. While orchids can deal with temperatures as low as 55 degrees Fahrenheit and as high as 90 degrees, it won’t hold out for long in these conditions. Ideally, the room in which you grow your purple orchids should be between 60 and 62 degrees at night and between 70 and 80 during the day. Avoid constant temperature through out the day since the orchid needs to enter its natural cycle, which entails a slight temperature fluctuation during the day.
Air circulation is also particularly important. Be sure to have fresh air in contact with your orchid. You can easily achieve this by placing it near and open window during summer time or by simply employing an oscillating fan during winter. The fresh air replenishes the plant with much needed carbon dioxide.
On to watering, which maybe interests you most of all. During the winter, water the purple orchid only once weekly, and twice weekly during the summer (higher temperatures). If possible avoid tap water, since it has chlorine and might harm the plant.
If you want to pump up the process a bit, you can use a fertilizer that has a balanced mix of nitrogen, phosphorous and potassium.
Purple orchid bouquets and arrangements
The purple orchid is both exquisite and fairly inexpensive, making it an ideal component for lush arrangements or bouquets. Purple orchid arrangements have become quite popular with weddings, since people seem to appreciate their sweet and exotic color. If you really want to hold a wedding in style, go for lavender orchids for corsages or boutonniere. You’ll definitely attract some eyes with this elegant piece.
Still sticking to arrangements, remember to use a proper coloring scheme when arranging your purple orchids. Use light colors in deep purple orchid arrangements and cream, beige and perhaps pink and lime yellow in lavender orchids arrangements.
If you want to arrange the perfect purple orchid bridal bouquets go for the lavender orchids. There’s no better way to spell the firm elegance ofÂ femininityÂ than this extraordinary amalgam ofÂ orange tulips, with yellow, deep pink spray roses and green dendrobium orchids.
The purple flower is, by all standards, a royal flower – first by colour, and second by shape. Their colourful bloom announce a majestic presence, even a king or a queen.
Purple lily basic information
There are some 80 lily species out there, which are categorized by colour, shape, scent, size, etc – but if you ask me, purple ones are just special. As I said, they are a symbol of royalty. The lily alone, regardless of colour, symbolizes purity, innocence and distinction – add in the purple, and you’ll start to understand why these plants are among the most chic choices.
You can’t really afford to not know anything about flower meanings. Everyone knows for example that red is love and passion, white is innocence, but why not go a little more into the subtleties of the meanings? Purple lilies really shouldn’t be used for any event – it would be actually quite inappropriate to give them at a casual event, or at one with friends and family – except if your friends are royalty; they should be saved for the really special occasions, the ones where typical choices just won’t cut it.
Purple calla lilies
A special mention worth giving is about purple calla lilies. Purple calla lilies are a species native to South America, and they are absolutely spectacular; the name itself is suggestive: “calla”, in Greek, means beautiful.
However, the name is also a trap. Purple calla lilies are actually not callas, nor are they lilies, so just something worth mentioning.
Purple lily bouquets
Giving a purple lily to someone is definitely remarkable, but if you want to go the extra mile, go for a bouquet! A simple bouquet will go a long way, not only in terms of aspect, but also the scent… is just out of this world, fabulously cascading from the bouquet. Wrap them with a bride, or even better – a silk bow, and it will look ravishing in any hands.
You can go for a simple bouquet, or mix it with other flowers – especially white flowers. The contrast is just stunning, without losing anything from the meanings – on the contrary, it adds a more subtle respect to the theme.
Caring for purple lilies
Why buy flowers, when you can bring the beauty inside your garden – or even your home.
The good time to plant them is in the spring or in the mid autumn. You should be sure to use organic material in the soil, and fertilize in the spring. You should be sure to plant them in a sunny, drained environment.
Extremely important! Be sure to keep your purple lilies away from cats, as they are poisonous to them; and if your cat is anything like mine, then it is a little tempted to eat a little bit of everything.
So, there you have it – a symbol of majesty, royalty, and sophistication. Not your average flower, on the contrary: a special flower, only for a special person.