Top 10 Vines That Produce Beautiful Purple Flowers

Wisteria:Growing 30 to 60 feet tall, wisteria is a very popular woody twining vine native to Asia, Iran, and North America. 

Purple-Leaf Japanese Honeysuckle:The dark green leaves of the purple-leaf Japanese honeysuckle have lovely purple undersides, which complement their purple-red flowers.

Purple Nightshade:Purple nightshade flowers have very small flowers that only grow to about an inch wide and look like little, tiny purple umbrellas encircling bright yellow centers. 

Purple Morning Glory :These beautiful flowers can grow 1 to 2.5 inches in diameter, with stunning colors from purple to blue or white. 

Lavender Trumpet Vine :Fast growing with its clinging tendrils, the lavender or violet trumpet vine can grow 15 to 25 feet or longer, with beautiful clusters of showy purple flowers.

Clematis :it is a deciduous plant with dark green leaves and small to medium-sized flowers that grow 2 to 5 inches in diameter.

Chocolate Vine:The delectable chocolate-purple flowers of the chocolate vine hang in lovely clusters and are quite fragrant — in fact, they smell a lot like chocolate!

Butterfly Pea :The blossoms of the butterfly pea bloom together in clusters of blue and purple. Like its name, the plant’s pea-like blossoms have a unique butterfly shape to them.

Brazilian Dutchman’s Pipe:Native to Brazil, the Brazilian Dutchman’s pipe is a fast-growing evergreen vine that is highly toxic to humans and animals. 

Bougainvillea:Blooming from early spring through the fall, bougainvillea vines produce very tiny white or yellow flowers.

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