Vitex trifolia purpurea works well as a specimen plant with its distinctive foliage
color. The tops of the leaves are green and the bottoms
purple. The leaves are sharply angled at the mid-rib so the purple
and green contrasts nicely. Vitex trifolia purpurea leaves are
fragrant. Arabian Lilac grows at a moderate pace to form a 8 x8 foot
shrub. Vitex trifolia purpurea is quite drought tolerant once
established. Arabian Lilac plants are hardy into the low 20's and
are hard pruned by Winter below 25° F. Vitex trifolia purpurea
grows well in full sun to partial shade. Lavender-blue flowers are
produced in the late Spring, Summer and into the early Fall.
High resolution photos of Vitex trifolia purpurea are part of our garden image collection.