At first glance, violet silverleaf (Leucophyllum candid) may look like a nice gray shrub with a smattering of purple flowers.
BUT, when you crank up the humidity and add some summer rain into the mix and it really explodes with color…
These shrubs literally stop people in their tracks with their purple beauty.
Violet silverleaf is easy to grow in arid climates and when not in flower, its gray foliage provides great color contrast in the landscape.
Find out more about this Texas native and why you’ll want to include it in your garden in my lates plant profile for Houzz.com:
Have you ever seen this shrub growing? Do you have one in your landscape?