I love purple flowers, my favourite flower colour, in no particular order.
aquilegia, I have them in different colours self-seeding, this purple one on the right is the best
cornflowers, more blue than purple I guess but they are looking magnificent this year
centaurea montana, purple? close enough
Still loving purple flowers.
Comfrey, usually with bees buzzing around
I have lots of blooms on this hardy geranium.
This pansy has performed so well this year.
Buddleja, who cares if it is a weed, with these flowers and that heavenly scent, priceless.
I first had this purple toadflax appear last year. I love it and I didn't even need to buy it or plant it. The jasmine behind it has been fantastic this year. The scent is wonderful.
I only got 1 plant from an entire packet of viper's bugloss seeds. I will try again sometime. At least I have one. Some packets of seeds I don't have any plants from.
8 June I adore these veronica (Royal Candles as I recall).
I think this is the first year this iris has bloomed. It's taken a couple years to get established.
I noticed these Iris are doing well this year
This salvia suffered last summer during the drought and I was worried that it had died but it's come back well this spring - even during another drought.
I love purple flowers. The other day I noticed just how many I had in bloom in my garden.
Pontederia which I bought at B+Q. Their pond plants have turned out to be a good buy. See their cat tails under Flowers.
I bought this aster last summer and pleased it survived. I had 2 echinacea not survive.
This purple loosestrife is another of the B+Q pond plants which has performed well.
Delphinium which I grew from seed last year.
I just love Veronica, this one is Royal Candles
Viola Prince Henry which was one of the few seeds from Chiltern Seeds that actually grew.
Morning Glory, think Black Knight - not very black
Green Alkanet, I don't care it's considered a weed, it has bequtiful blue flowers the bees liked and it was in bloom before just about anything else in the spring.