Lavandula X Allardii 'African Pride'

Lavandula X Allardii 'African Pride'

Lavandula X Allardii 'African Pride'. Lavandula x allardii ‘silver brumby’ a waterwise lavender suitable to a wide range of uses, from a low hedge to a medium screening shrub. Find help & information on lavandula × heterophylla (gaston allard group) &s;african pride&s;

Lavandula X Allardii 'African Pride'
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Available in a 9cm pot only. Silver brumby will develop to 2m in height and 1.3m. These vigorous plants hold their beautifully variegated and highly fragrant foliage, and sport pale blue flowers in summer.

It Has Grey/Green Leaves That Have Scalloped Indents Along The Margins.

A historical review of the. Asexual reproduction of this new cultivar,. The light blue flowers have a sweet fragrance.

Lavandula X Allardii ‘Silver Brumby’ A Waterwise Lavender Suitable To A Wide Range Of Uses, From A Low Hedge To A Medium Screening Shrub.

Lavandula x allardii is a dense, evergreen, woody shrub with large purple perfumed flowers. Very striking variegated aromatic foliage. Silver brumby will develop to 2m in height and 1.3m.

Lavandula X Allardii ‘African Pride’ And Lavandula Allardii Are Hedging Lavenders That Can Be Pruned At Any Time Because They Do Not Flower.

In 2011, he discovered a single plant in a batch of lavandula x allardii with a variegated mutation in one of his greenhouses. Find help & information on lavandula × heterophylla (gaston allard group) &s;african pride&s; This page was last edited on 21 may 2022, at 09:28.

Lavandula X Allardii 'Anzac Pride'/ Lavender Allardii 'Anzac Pride' Created By Pcccensus.

The revised classification includes the introduction of three new subgenera (lavandula, fabricia and sabaudia), an extra two sections on top of the existing six (hasikenses and sabaudia). It is spectacular en masse and is ideal for hedging as it does not flower prolifically. Spikes of pale blue flowers can be produced under the right conditions.

X Allardii, Which Have Long Been Mentioned In The Literature And Are Often Thought To Be Related, If Not One And The Same.

Available in a 9cm pot only. (from lydia aka joan) i would think that the larger lavender is lavandula 㗠allardii akin to the ‘african pride’ type of cultivar, which has occasional leaves showing. It has broad, toothed, silvery leaves and large spikes of light lavender flowers.