Lavandula X Allardii Flower

Lavandula X Allardii Flower

Lavandula X Allardii Flower. How to grow lavender (lavandula x allardii meerlo) “meerlo” is a variety of lavender features both colourful flowers and foliage. The plant structure is quite dense and mound shaped, with the flower spikes.

Lavandula X Allardii Flower
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Lavandula (common name lavender) is a genus of 47 known species of flowering plants in the mint family, lamiaceae.it is native to the old world and is found in cape verde and the canary. Available in a 9cm pot only. Lavandula x heterophylla (gaston allard group) 'meerlo' syn.

During The Warmer Months Tall Large Deep Purple.

Flowers are produced summer and autumn, displaying hundreds of tiny purple flowers on each inflorescence. It has grey/green leaves that have scalloped indents along the margins. Logged garden designer, bulb man, botanical tours guide.

Lavender ‘Allardi’ Is An Evergreen Plant Growing To 1.3 H And 1.0 W, Although It Has Been Reported To Grow Higher.

The light blue flowers have a sweet fragrance. How to grow lavandula x allardii ‘meerlo’ flowering time: Foliage growing to 2.0 x 1.3 m with.

Lavandula X Allardii 'Meerlo', Lavandula Allardii 'Meerlo' Lavender 'Meerlo' Lavender Produces A Thick Bush Of Fragrant.

Masses of fragrant, blue flowers spikes adorn the plant. Nz$9.00 one of my favourite lavenders for using in more natural settings, where it forms large sprawling bushy plants with woody stems. It is spectacular en masse and is ideal for hedging as it does not flower prolifically.

Lavandula Allardii, Family Lamiaceae, Syn.

Very striking variegated aromatic foliage. Lavandula x allardii a hybrid of french lavender (lavandula dentata) and portuguese lavender (lavandula latifolia). Lavandula x heterophylla (gaston allard group) 'meerlo' syn.

Early Spring To Late Summer Location:

The plant structure is quite dense and mound shaped, with the flower spikes. Containers and sunny borders, rock garden, low hedging soil: It has broad, toothed, silvery leaves and large spikes of light lavender flowers.