Top 10 Viva Magenta Flowers and Plants to Grow 

Viva pink flowers and plants brighten gardens and landscapes, drawing attention and appreciation. These magenta blooms add energy and sophistication to outdoor areas as focal pieces, accessories, or bulk plantings.  

The Bougainvillea 'Viva Magenta' is a show-stopper in tropical and subtropical gardens, thanks to its beautiful magenta leaves that surround its small white flowers.  

1. Bougainvillea 'Viva Magenta

The Dahlia 'Viva Magenta' adds style and drama to flower beds and hedges with its big, fully double blooms in deep magenta shades.  

2. Dahlia 'Viva Magenta'

This colorful geranium has groups of magenta flowers and green leaves that stand out against them. The flowers stay colorful all summer long.  

3. Geranium 'Viva Magenta'

The magenta flowers of Petunia 'Viva Magenta' fall over the sides of pots, hanging baskets, and the edges of the yard, making a beautiful show.  

4. Petunia 'Viva Magenta'

Salvia 'Viva Magenta' has spikes of magenta flowers on top of fragrant leaves that draw pollinators and make gardens more interesting by adding vertical interest.  

5. Salvia 'Viva Magenta'

Verbena 'Viva Magenta' has clusters of small magenta flowers that make a dense carpet of color. It's great for growing in pots or as ground covers.  

6. Verbena 'Viva Magenta'

Zinnia 'Viva Magenta' has bright magenta flowers that look like daisies and draw butterflies. They make gardens feel happy.  

7. Zinnia 'Viva Magenta'

Hibiscus 'Viva Magenta' has big, tropical-looking flowers that are bright magenta. It turns gardens and fields into tropical havens.  

8. Hibiscus 'Viva Magenta'

Penstemon 'Viva Magenta' has tubular magenta flowers on straight stems that add height to the garden and draw hummingbirds.  

9. Penstemon 'Viva Magenta'

Clematis 'Viva Magenta' has star-shaped flowers that are magenta and climb trellises, fences, or arbors, making a beautiful focal point.  

10. Clematis 'Viva Magenta'

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