The best bloomer of all the lavender varieties, ‘Siam Lavender’ has 2.5-3.5” flowers that appear as purple buds that open to light lavender flowers with burnt orange centers. Sometimes new flowers will emerge with a dark lavender tone as shown in the inset photo but they fade to light lavender in a day or two. This Thai variety has sweetly fragrant blossoms that appear in clusters of 5-10 flowers. ‘Siam Lavender’’ is well branched so it creates a full, dense plant. In a container, it grows about 4’ tall; in the ground in zone 10, it might reach 10’ tall. It’s a deciduous variety that goes dormant every winter and re-sprouts new leaves in the spring. Grow in full sun to maintain steady blooming throughout the summer and early fall. This is a grafted plant that blooms sooner. Our supply is limited. Please order early.
|Bloom Season||Fall, Summer|
|Sun Requirement||Full Sun|
|Minimum Temperature Indoors||60|
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