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Angelonia angustifolia 'Dark Purple'


  • Huge flowers are vibrant against glossy dark green foliage
  • Thrives in extreme heat, humidity and drought
  • Excellent landscape performance
  • Offered in 4.5" pots

Plants are available seasonally based on demand. Please check availability to order.

Ball Floraplant
  • Category: Annual
  • Breeder:Ball Floraplant
  • Hardiness Zone:10-11
  • Height:12-14 in
  • Spread:10-12 in
  • Spacing:10-12 in
  • Temperature:32°F
  • Bloom Color: Purple
Attracts Wildlife
Attracts Butterflies
Attracts Humming-birds
Border or Bed
Mass Planting
Full Sun
Foliage Color
Season of Interest (Flowering)
Season of Interest (Foliage)
Soil Moisture
Moist, Well-Drained
Additional Information about Angelonia angustifolia Archangel™ 'Dark Purple'


  • The biggest blooms of any angelonia series!
  • Thrives in extreme heat, humidity and drought.
  • Uniform habit and flowering time for easy, high-density production.
  • Well-branched plants ship with less breakage, tangling and shrinkage.
  • Cherry Red and Blue Bicolor allow for a great patriotic mix with White. 
  • Works well in quarts, gallons and mixed containers.

Best for: 4 and 6-in. (10 and 15-cm) pots

The biggest blooms in a heaven-sent garden superstar! Strong even in extreme heat, humidity and drought. Archangel boasts big blooms, vibrant colors and glossy, dark green foliage for huge Summer impact at retail, in landscapes, and in mixed and mono containers. It’s easy to produce following standard culture and suitable for high-density production. Striking Archangel attracts pollinators, so it feeds the bees, but is also deer-resistant, so it stands tall in the garden.

Growing & Maintenance Tips for Angelonia angustifolia Archangel™ 'Dark Purple'

Plant in full sun.
Very heat tolerant and accepting of a wide range of soil conditions.
Hardy until frost. Little fertilization required.
Bloom Time: Summer, Late Summer