54 Plants with True Blue Flowers

A patio garden border featuring blue flowers.
My Garden Life
December 25, 2023
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In the spectrum of flower colors there can be a hazy line between a true-blue flower and those that are more purple tones. In fact, there are some flowers that are marketed as “blue” that are arguably not blue at all, but simply shades of purple. While it’s true that blue flowers are rare, there are a few plants that produce true blue flowers and they’re worth incorporating into your garden scheme for the unique and calming quality they offer.

Blue flowering plants are great for creating a cool, calming feeling in the landscape. Combined with white and lavender flowers they create a visual oasis on a hot day. However, they can also be used to create a striking contrast when planted with flowers in warm colors such as yellow, orange, and red. Because the color blue can be a bit subdued when surrounded with green foliage, try to use blue flowering plants in groups to create a denser mass of color.

Rows of blue salvia and lobelia are planted in masses along a garden path for greater color impact with blue flowers.

Many of the blue flowered species are perennial plants so you don’t have to replant them every year. They can be enjoyed year after year and require less maintenance than annual flowers. However, annuals add a pop of instant color, bloom all summer long, and you can easily experiment with new flower varieties every year, or even change your mind in the same season! Climbing plants with blue flowers can make a lovely addition to a trellis or chain-link fence. Lots of the blue flowers in our list can be grown in pots for your deck, patio, or balcony.

Here are suggestions for popular blue flowers based on the plant’s size and whether they are annual or perennial. Discover how easy it is to bring the cool, serene effects of blue into your landscape!

Tall Perennial Blue Flowers

Tall flowering perennials can be used to create a dramatic and colorful background for shorter plants. Use a clump of tall blue flowers to create a strong focal point for a corner or in the center of an “island” planting. Tall plants also have the advantage of bringing the beauty of flowers closer to eye-level.

Globe Thistle ‘Veitchs Blue’ (Echinops ritro)

Globe Thistle ‘Veitchs Blue’ (Echinops ritro)

Dark blue flowers forming unique, tight globes on sturdy stems. Stiff, spiny, silvery green foliage adds interest to the garden. A reliable solution for hot, windy locations where nothing else can grow. Globe Thistle is a magnet for all sorts of pollinators and birds love the seeds. Excellent cut flowers for fresh or dried arrangements.
Sea Holly (Eryngium planum)

Sea Holly (Eryngium planum)

A fabulous plant for bringing unique form, texture and glowing blue color to the garden. Better yet, Sea Holly is incredibly easy to grow and can stand up to heat, drought, wind and poor soil conditions. A perfect choice for the novice gardener or anyone who appreciates a low-maintenance garden. Excellent cut flowers for fresh or dried arrangements. Birds enjoy the seeds.
Frikart’s Aster (Aster x frikartii)

Frikart’s Aster (Aster x frikartii)

This selection has a much longer bloom season than other aster varieties. Produces large, lavender-blue flowers with yellow eyes. Provides a welcome burst of color to the late season landscape. Cut flowers are long-lasting in fresh bouquets. Terrific plant for butterfly gardens!
Larkspur (Delphinium hybrid)

Larkspur (Delphinium hybrid)

An old-fashioned favorite for traditional perennial gardens. Tall spires of densely packed flowers are held on strong stems. Unsurpassed for providing a dramatic, eye-catching display in the garden or the vase. Makes a dependable mixed border plant. Ideal choice for cutting gardens. Cut flowers are long-lasting in fresh bouquets.
Cupid’s Dart (Catananche caerulea)

Cupid’s Dart (Catananche caerulea)

Daisy-like blooms, with fringed petals, float above grassy foliage. Long lasting as cut flowers, the blooms also work well for drying. Brings a casual, meadow look to mixed plantings. An ideal choice for beds, borders, and cutting gardens.
False Indigo (Baptisia australis)

False Indigo (Baptisia australis)

False indigo is a long-lived, shrub-like perennial plant. It produces long spikes of indigo-blue flowers above deep green foliage. The blooms are followed by attractive black seed pods. Perfectly suited to informal, naturalized settings. Excellent for borders, rock gardens, or for planting along fences and walls.

Medium Height Perennial Blue Flowers

Medium-height perennial flowers are the perfect filler between taller perennials or shrubs and lower, edging plants. They can also be planted in a row along a wall or fence to create a dense flow of color in an otherwise barren setting. Medium-sized perennials are useful for foundation plantings where you don’t want the view of your home overwhelmed with plantings.

Virginia Bluebells (Mertensia virginica)

Virginia Bluebells (Mertensia virginica)

Virginia bluebell is a North American native plant that can be found growing in moist woodland settings, along shady roadways, and in flood plains. The plants produce dangling clusters of bell-shaped flowers that emerge pink and then gradually turn to blue as the flowers mature, then finally transition to purple as the flowers fade. Virginia bluebell blooms over a long period in the spring but the plants go dormant for the season by mid-summer.
Salvia ‘Patio Dark Blue’ (Salvia patens)

Salvia ‘Patio Dark Blue’ (Salvia patens)

Salvia are an excellent choice for hot, sunny conditions. They can tolerate drought better than many annual plants. The flower spikes of ‘Patio Dark Blue’ are held well above the compact foliage and provide a nectar-rich feast for butterflies and hummingbirds! Wonderful for mixed borders and rock gardens. Perfect for all kinds of containers. The cut flowers are long-lasting in fresh bouquets.
Cranesbill ‘Johnsons Blue’ (Geranium hybrid)

Cranesbill ‘Johnsons Blue’ (Geranium hybrid)

‘Johnsons Blue’ is one of the most popular geranium varieties around, prized for its reliable garden performance, stunning blue flowers, and finely cut foliage. This plant looks great even when it’s not in bloom. Foliage turns brilliant red and orange tones in autumn. Use it in a flower border, rock garden, or mass planting. Makes a reliable groundcover.
Northern Jacob’s Ladder (Polemonium boreale)

Northern Jacob’s Ladder (Polemonium boreale)

Also known as Boreal Jacob’s Ladder, this species is native to remote Arctic regions. An excellent selection for Northern gardeners! Fragrant blue flowers and soft, ferny foliage offer great color and texture for the garden or growing in patio pots. Makes a dependable mixed border plant. Especially nice in woodland gardens and in rock gardens.
Willow Blue Star (Amsonia tabernaemontana)

Willow Blue Star (Amsonia tabernaemontana)

Willow blue star is an excellent, low maintenance choice for adding cool color to the garden. Light blue flowers are held on sturdy stems. Good autumn foliage color. Beautiful in woodland settings, borders and containers. Makes a dependable mixed border plant. Perfectly suited to informal, naturalized settings.
Spike Speedwell ‘Royal Candles’ (Veronica spicata)

Spike Speedwell ‘Royal Candles’ (Veronica spicata)

‘Royal Candles’ produces violet-blue flower spikes held high above handsome, dark green foliage. Plants have a compact, non-spreading habit. Brings vertical interest to mixed plantings without being overwhelming. Expect lots of butterflies and bees to visit when the plants are in flower! A perfect choice for beds, borders or containers. Cut flowers are long-lasting in fresh bouquets.
Northern Jacob’s Ladder ‘Heavenly Habit’ (Polemonium boreale)

Northern Jacob’s Ladder ‘Heavenly Habit’ (Polemonium boreale)

An excellent selection for Northern gardeners! Fragrant blue flowers and soft, ferny foliage offer great color and texture for the garden or growing in patio pots. Lends a light, airy appearance to the garden. Makes a dependable mixed border plant. Especially nice in woodland gardens and rock gardens.
Beardtongue, Penstemon (Penstemon schmidel)

Beardtongue, Penstemon (Penstemon schmidel)

Produces spires of colorful, trumpet-shaped blooms over a long season. The bright tubular blooms of penstemon are a magnet for hummingbirds! The graceful stalks of flowers may look delicate but this is a plant that holds up under harsh conditions. Penstemon tolerates hot, dry conditions where other plants might fail. For a dramatic effect plant in groups of three or more. Excellent for borders, rock gardens, or informal, naturalized settings.
Plumbago, Leadwort (Ceratostigma plumbaginoides)

Plumbago, Leadwort (Ceratostigma plumbaginoides)

This spreading perennial provides a lush green backdrop to early and midsummer blooming companions. Late summer, it breathes new life into the garden with its own clusters of bright blue flowers, followed by red foliage in autumn. A reliable groundcover for any location. Perfectly sized for rock gardens and border fronts. Tumbles beautifully over rocks, slopes, and banks.
Spanish Bluebell, Wood Hyacinth (Scilla hispanica)

Spanish Bluebell, Wood Hyacinth (Scilla hispanica)

Stems bearing abundant clusters of dainty, bell-shaped blooms above glossy foliage greet the spring. Spanish bluebells go dormant after blooming, so plant with later awakening companions to fill their vacant space. Also known as Hyacinthoides hispanica. Spanish bluebells are especially nice in woodland gardens.
Dwarf Delphinium, Chinese Delphinium (Delphinium grandiflorum)

Dwarf Delphinium, Chinese Delphinium (Delphinium grandiflorum)

An old-fashioned favorite for traditional perennial gardens. Tall spires of densely packed flowers are held on strong stems. A favorite for low borders and long-lasting cut flowers. Ideal for small-space gardens or windy areas where taller varieties would be damaged. Best planted in groups.
Centaurea, Mountain Bluet (Centaurea montana)

Centaurea, Mountain Bluet (Centaurea montana)

Fringy blooms of blue bring an airy casualness to gardens and containers. The flowers make an interesting addition to cut flower bouquets. The montana species of Centaurea prefers more moisture than the dealbata species and can take a bit of shade. Effective for naturalized areas, mass plantings and mixed borders. Terrific plant for butterfly gardens.

Short Perennial Blue Flowers

Short flowering perennials bring color and interest along the edges of a large flower border. Use short perennial blue flowers as an edging plant along pavement or gravel paths, walkways, or a patio. Many are appropriate for use in containers, either solo or mixed with other plants.

Lithodora ‘Grace Ward’ (Lithodora diffusa)

Lithodora ‘Grace Ward’ (Lithodora diffusa)

Lithordora’s azure-blue summer flowers are enhanced by narrow dark green foliage. This is a classic plant for rock gardens! It tumbles beautifully over rocks, slopes, banks and container edges. Makes a reliable groundcover.
Speedwell ‘Waterperry Blue’ (Veronica repens)

Speedwell ‘Waterperry Blue’ (Veronica repens)

Large, sky blue blooms top shiny, creeping green foliage. A very low maintenance way to add a cooling effect to the summer garden. Perfectly sized for rock gardens and border fronts. Makes a reliable groundcover and is a perfect solution for filling in between paving stones.
Mountain Bluet (Houstonia caerulea)

Mountain Bluet (Houstonia caerulea)

Mountain bluet is a low-maintenance, mat-forming selection. Fast-spreading plants cover themselves with light lavender-blue flowers in the spring. Native to North America. Perfect for pathway edgings, border fronts, and rock gardens. Performs well as a groundcover in smaller, contained areas of the landscape.
Sinaloa Sage (Salvia sinaloensis)

Sinaloa Sage (Salvia sinaloensis)

A low growing, spreading form of salvia native to the region of Sinaloa, Mexico. Produces slender spires of deep blue blooms that are attractive to bees and butterflies. Lovely, lance-shaped foliage takes on a purple-red tinge in cool weather. A reliable choice for borders, containers and rock gardens. Makes a good small scale groundcover. Cut flowers are long-lasting in fresh bouquets.
Speedwell, Creeping Speedwell (Veronica peduncularis)

Speedwell, Creeping Speedwell (Veronica peduncularis)

A spreading and mounding selection with tiny, oval leaves. Round blue flowers bloom from spring to summer. The green foliage is evergreen in mild climates. Perfectly sized for rock gardens and border fronts. Makes a good small scale groundcover. A perfect solution for filling in between paving stones.
Blue Star Creeper, Matted Pratia (Pratia pedunculata)

Blue Star Creeper, Matted Pratia (Pratia pedunculata)

A very tough and quick spreading ground cover species that survives dry spells well. Forms a lush mat of deep green, fine-leafed foliage that is topped with starry blooms over a long season. Evergreen foliage provides a touch of green to the winter landscape. Perfectly sized for rock gardens and border fronts. Looks great spilling over container edges. Perfect selection for filling in between paving stones.
Forget-Me-Not (Myosotis sylvatica)

Forget-Me-Not (Myosotis sylvatica)

True garden classics, forget-me-nots invoke images of overflowing cottage gardens and spring woodlands come to life with their bursts of dainty blooms. When the blooms are gone, the mounds of demure foliage provide nice greenery to fill in between other flowering plants. This is a good companion for spring flowering bulbs. Perfectly sized for rock gardens and border fronts and it’s a great choice for naturalizing in woodland settings.
Whitley’s Speedwell (Veronica whitleyi)

Whitley’s Speedwell (Veronica whitleyi)

A drought tolerant selection well-suited to use as a ground cover. Mats of finely textured, evergreen foliage are topped by blue flowers in spring and often with a second flush of flowers in late summer or autumn. An easy care, quick spreading choice that can tolerate a moderate amount of foot traffic.
Dwarf Pincushion Flower (Scabiosa japonica alpina)

Dwarf Pincushion Flower (Scabiosa japonica alpina)

This species has a dwarf habit, but still produces and abundance of the pom pom-like blooms that pin cushion flowers are known for. A perfect choice for bring whimsy and soft color to containers and perennial beds. Looks great in rock gardens. Cut flowers are long-lasting in fresh bouquets. A terrific plant for butterfly gardens.
Blue Flax, Perennial Flax (Linum perenne)

Blue Flax, Perennial Flax (Linum perenne)

Remains in bloom for up to three months! Sky blue flowers are complemented by attractive feathery foliage. A splendid choice for adding soft texture to the landscape. Excellent for borders, rock gardens, or mass plantings. Makes a dependable mixed border plant. Perfectly suited to informal, naturalized settings.
Muscari, Grape Hyacinth (Muscari armeniacum)

Muscari, Grape Hyacinth (Muscari armeniacum)

Tight clusters of tiny, bell-like blooms earn Muscari the alternate common name of Grape Hyacinth. These spring bloomers spread easily, but once done flowering the grassy foliage blends quietly into the background. Perfectly sized for rock gardens and border fronts. Makes a good small scale groundcover. Best planted in groups. Perfectly suited to informal, naturalized settings.
Grecian Windflower (Anemone blanda)

Grecian Windflower (Anemone blanda)

Anemone blanda is an excellent choice for sunny areas that tend to be dry once spring rains have ended – a climate pattern similar their native Mediterranean habitat. A terrific selection for rock gardens especially in the spring when daily-like blooms cover the low mounds of interesting lobed foliage. Perfectly sized for border fronts and a good choice for informal, naturalized settings.

Tall Annual Blue Flowers

Tall annual flowers are a great way to bring consistent color to a perennial flower garden. As the perennial plants go in and out of bloom, annuals continue to fill the space with color. Tall annual blue flowers are also perfect for creating a central focal point for a mixed planter or adding height and dimension to large or small garden spaces.

Cornflower, Bachelor’s Button (Centaurea cyanus)

Cornflower, Bachelor’s Button (Centaurea cyanus)

Cornflower is an annual plant, native to Europe, but is now an established wildflower in many parts of North America. It is common to see this plant along roadsides or growing amongst the weeds in abandoned spaces. When used in the garden, it adds a soft, meadow-feeling. Attracts bees, butterflies, and other beneficial insects.
Anise-scented Sage, Hummingbird Sage (Salvia guaranitica)

Anise-scented Sage, Hummingbird Sage (Salvia guaranitica)

This beautiful, bushy Sage is a South American import perfect for hot, dry locations. Butterflies and hummingbirds flock to the intensely blue flowers that appear all summer long. The foliage has a light anise scent when bruised. Prune freely to maintain size and encourage fresh blooming. Wonderful for mixed borders and rock gardens.
Blue Porterweed (Stachytarpheta urticifolia)

Blue Porterweed (Stachytarpheta urticifolia)

This North American native plant is a must for butterfly enthusiasts. The deeply textured leaves forms a lush, upright mound and the skinny spikes of blue flowers add a rich depth of color to the garden. Butterflies and bees love the flowers! Informal growth habit is nice for mixed borders or cottage gardens. Put in a large container on the patio or deck to lure butterflies closer to where they can be viewed and enjoyed.
Borage (Borago officinalis)

Borage (Borago officinalis)

This ornamental annual selection provides fresh cucumber-flavored, edible foliage and flowers. Sprinkle the flowers in salads to add color or use as a garnish on the dinner plate. Leaves can be used to flavor soft cheeses or salads. Borage makes a lovely addition to an herb garden or cottage garden. The flowers attract bees with their rich source of nectar and are valued by beekeepers.
Salvia ‘Black and Blue’ (Salvia guaranitica)

Salvia ‘Black and Blue’ (Salvia guaranitica)

Butterflies and hummingbirds flock to the intensely blue flowers of this Salvia. Plant has a bushy habit so give it some space in the garden. Prune freely to maintain size and encourage fresh blooming. Wonderful for mixed borders and rock gardens. Perfect for all kinds of containers. Cut flowers are long-lasting in fresh bouquets. Plant in drifts or bands for best effect.
Plumbago, Leadwort, Skyflower (Plumbago auriculata)

Plumbago, Leadwort, Skyflower (Plumbago auriculata)

A tropical plant native to South Africa, Plumbago can achieve shrub size in frost-free climates. It is best used as a groundcover, edging, or container plant in most other regions. Blue flowers are somewhat rare in the color palette of nature, so this plant lends a unique dimension to the garden. Pair with plants with silvery gray foliage to create a cool feeling in the heat of summer. Lush flower clusters are a magnet for bees and butterflies.

Medium Height Annual Blue Flowers

Medium-height annual flowers are popular for using as a filler in a mixed flower garden, hanging basket, combination planters or grown solo in a decorative pot.

Mealy Cup Sage, Blue Sage ‘Victoria Blue’ (Salvia farinacea)

Mealy Cup Sage, Blue Sage ‘Victoria Blue’ (Salvia farinacea)

Thrives in difficult hot, dry locations where other plants fail! This Salvia makes a nice companion to plants with bigger, bolder blooms or broad-leaves. The blue color and gray-green foliage create a cool, relaxing feeling on a hot day. Brings vertical interest to mixed plantings without being overwhelming. Wonderful for mixed borders, rock gardens, and containers.
Nierembergia, Broom Cup Flower (Nierembergia scoparia)

Nierembergia, Broom Cup Flower (Nierembergia scoparia)

Beautiful mass of delicate cup-shaped flowers on fine-textured foliage that looks fantastic trailing over the side of a planter or in the garden. This is a great medium-sized plant to transition between groundcovers and taller plants and blooms provide color all season long. Grow it as a perennial in frost-free climates.
Vinca Vine, Big Leaf Periwikle (Vinca major)

Vinca Vine, Big Leaf Periwikle (Vinca major)

Long, trailing stems provide a lush display of foliage. Lavender-blue flowers are an added bonus. Easy-care plant stylishly accents other bright colors. An evergreen perennial where hardy. Perfect for all kinds of containers, including window boxes, hanging baskets and combination planters. Tumbles beautifully over rocks, slopes, and banks.
Mealy Cup Sage, Blue Sage (Salvia farinacea)

Mealy Cup Sage, Blue Sage (Salvia farinacea)

Dainty blooms cluster along solitary stems in a long season display. A nice companion to plants with bigger, bolder blooms or broad-leaves. Brings vertical interest to mixed plantings without overwhelming. Wonderful for mixed borders and rock gardens. Perfect for all kinds of containers.
Petunia (Petunia hybrid)

Petunia (Petunia hybrid)

Petunias are a classic choice among annuals for their bold, trumpet blooms in a range of single-hued, striped and white-rimmed colors. Plant them en masse for a dramatic burst of color or mix into combinations needing a bit of brightness. The perfect choice for beds and borders. Superb for baskets, containers and window boxes.

Short Annual Blue Flowers

Short flowering annuals can be used to create a colorful edging for a large border planting, along a garden path, or to add color and definition to a paved walkway. They’re great for mixed flowering containers, individual pots, or in a vertical wall planter.

Upright Pansy (Viola x wittrockiana)

Upright Pansy (Viola x wittrockiana)

Upright pansy’s unique flat flowers are held well above the foliage so that each bloom’s cheerful “face” can be fully enjoyed. Pansies thrive in cooler temperatures and can be planted earlier in the spring than most other flowering annual plants. Plant them in the garden among spring flowering bulbs, or in patio containers to instantly drive away the dreary days of winter. Flowers are perfect for pressing and drying to use in crafts or to tuck into a greeting card.
Dwarf Cineraria (Pericallis species)

Dwarf Cineraria (Pericallis species)

A charming dwarf version of the familiar Cineraria with the same daisy-like blooms and brilliant range of colors as larger varieties. Potted plants can be used alone or in small groups as a table centerpiece. Excellent as a houseplant when provided medium light levels. Easy to grow indoors or outdoors in pots or beds.
Viola Annual (Viola cornuta)

Viola Annual (Viola cornuta)

Violas have been a garden favorite for generations. The dainty flat-faced flowers are a cheerful sight in the early spring. They tolerate cool temperatures and are ideal for planting around spring-flowering bulbs or in window boxes. Makes an excellent pressed flower for crafts or putting in a note or greeting card. Especially nice for mixing with spring bulbs.
Anagallis, Blue Pimpernel (Anagallis monellii)

Anagallis, Blue Pimpernel (Anagallis monellii)

A non-stop display of starry blue flowers through the growing season. This Mediterranean native has a low, trailing habit that is ideal for cascading over a wall, draping from a mixed container planting, or carpeting a garden bed. Thrives in sunny beds, borders, rock gardens and containers.
Trailing Lobelia (Lobelia erinus)

Trailing Lobelia (Lobelia erinus)

Although the flowers and foliage are dainty and delicate in appearance, this is a robust plant that brings a bold splash of color to the garden. The trailing habit is especially well suited to hanging baskets where it forms a rounded mass of color. The blue shades are a unique color accent for mixed container plantings. Wonderful for combination plantings.
Scaevola, Fan Flower (Scaevola aemula)

Scaevola, Fan Flower (Scaevola aemula)

The blooms of this species resemble tiny fans, unfolded against the summer heat. Perennial in its native Australia, fan flower is a favorite for use in annual combinations elsewhere. Very heat tolerant. A perfect choice for beds and borders. Superb for baskets, containers and window boxes.

Vines with Blue Flowers

Climbing vines with blue flowers are an easy way to add color and an extra layer of screening and noise control to a fence, privacy trellis, or trained to a wall. Climbing plants can also be grown in a large pot with a cage or trellis for support to grow on a deck or patio.

Sky Vine, Thunbergia (Thunbergia grandiflora)

Sky Vine, Thunbergia (Thunbergia grandiflora)

This climbing vine displays gorgeous, trumpet-shaped flowers. Originally from northern India, Sky Vine grows quickly in warm weather. Thunbergia is named after Carl Peter Thunberg, a Swedish naturalist who collected plants in South Africa and Japan during the 1770s. Commonly used to climb fences or walls. Beautiful trained to posts, latticework and trellises. Great for privacy screening on decks or blocking unsightly views.
Blue Dawn Flower, Morning Glory Vine (Ipomoea acuminata)

Blue Dawn Flower, Morning Glory Vine (Ipomoea acuminata)

This fast-growing vine is a great way to quickly add rich color and texture to the landscape. The vivid blue, trumpet-shaped blooms fade to pink creating a two-toned effect. Use to quickly cover unsightly fences, stumps, uneven terrain or slopes. Flowers open in the morning and close at night. Easy to grow in a large patio pot if provided with a trellis. Beautiful trained to fences, posts, latticework and trellises. Great for privacy screening on decks or blocking unsightly views. Best used for large scale plantings.
Morning Glory (Ipomoea tricolor)

Morning Glory (Ipomoea tricolor)

Morning Glory gets its name from the magnificent, trumpet-shaped blooms that open each morning. The flowers last for just a day, but there will be more blooms tomorrow. Be sure to provide a trellis or some other type of structure to support the vine. This is a great plant for temporarily hiding unsightly objects such as an old tree stump or brush pile. Native to Central and South America. Beautiful trained to fences, posts, latticework and trellises. Use to create a quick and beautiful privacy screen on a trellis near a patio or porch.
Duranta, Sky Flower (Duranta repens)

Duranta, Sky Flower (Duranta repens)

Large, sweetly fragrant, violet-blue bloom. Vining, spreading or arching habit. The flowers attract butterflies, and birds will enjoy feeding on the attractive golden-yellow berries. Plants sold as Duranta repens are actually classified as Duranta erecta and these are the same plant species. Perfect for planting around patios, foundations or among border plantings. Beautiful when planted in large patio containers. Grow as a small tree in frost-free climates.

More Ways to Use Blue Flowers

If you prefer a cool color palette for your garden, then you probably already use a lot of white flowers in your design schemes. Consider creating a space that is both cooling and calming during the day, and magical and mysterious in the evening by planning a moon garden! Learn more about designing and plant selection in our article, Plant a Moon Garden.   

A blue bridge and white gravel garden path bordered by a mix of white and blue flowers.

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