White is a colour that makes us think of innocence, purity and a clean, fresh spring breeze. It’s also a popular colour for winter and white plants can look amazing when distributed through a lush green garden.
With white plants, it’s not just the flowers and berries that can be white in colour; the leaves can too. The wild thyme plant has striking white and green pointed leaves that add texture as well as colour to your borders.

Here below a list of purple plants by botanical name and common name:

agapanthus, African lily
anthurium, painter’s palette, flamingo flower
begonia, painted leaf
campanula, bell flower
chrysanthemum, frutescens marguerite
cyclamen, sowbread
cymbidium, cymbidium orchid
dendrobium, dendrobium orchid
euphorbia milii, crown of thorns
euphorbia, pulcherrima poinsettia
exacum, Persian violet
gardenia, cape jasmine
gerbera, barberton daisy, transvaal daisy
guzmania, scarlet star
hippeastrum, amaryllis
hyacinthus, hyacinth
hypoestes, polkadot plant
impatiens, busy Lizzie
jasminum, jasmine
kalanchoë blossfeldiana, flaming Katy
lilium, lily
muscari, grape hyacinth
narcissus tazetta, soleil d’or, paperwhite
phalaenopsis, moth orchid
primula veris, primrose
primula, polyanthus
ranunculus turban, buttercup
rhododendron, simsii azalea
saintpaulia, African violet
schlumbergera, Christmas cactus
spathiphyllum, peace lily
stephanotis, Madagascar jasmine
tacca chantrieri, bat plant, devil’s tongue
zantedeschia, calla lily, arum

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