Lavender is a new perennial cold-resistant flower for the garden. It is a half shrub or d shrub of the Cyperaceae family. Its plants grow low. The whole plant is greyish-purple throughout the seasons. It has strong growth capacity, pruning resistance, and beautiful foliage. Noble and elegant, suitable for flowering, planting, and potting for appreciation, let’s take a look together at the months to months of lavender flowering!
How many months to lavender?
Lavender generally blooms from June to August. The time required for lavender from sowing to flowering is 18 to 20 weeks. There are usually no flowers in summer and winter, but small amounts of flowers are available in summer and can be divided into cultivated areas, e.g., cooler summer areas. The quantity of flowers is very good. The flowering period for potted or protected cultivation is long and uncertain but usually blooms from June to August, opening around 25 June in France.
What is the lavender language?
Waiting for love. In European tradition, lavender seems to be naturally associated with love. Many love legends and folk customs involve lavender. ‘Lavender represents true love’ is the most typical Elizabethan lyric. The phrase of the lavender flower ‘waiting for love,’ as the TV series Lavender shows, signifies a kind of implicit love, a firm commitment, which can finally carry a child after trials and difficulties.