- Sea Lavender
Sea Lavender Info
True to the nature many of the Sea Lavenders depict a combination of white and blue colored flowers simultaneously in a bouquet shaped head. The plant grows 6 feet on an average with a base of 2 feet approximately. Dark green and spoon shaped leathery leaves surround the plant at the base and turns brown during the autumn and winter.
Sea lavender is a coastal plant with tall and thin stems that have reddish tinge. It grows in a circular shape and produces pale purple flowers with fragrances. Lavenders can be first seen around July and continues to blossom in August and lives for years. It is mainly cultivated and used as a part of the floral decoration by the florists.
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