Plant of the Week: Lavender Anouk Silver
July 3, 2013 @ 12:52 pm
(Updated: 1:50 pm - 7/10/13 )
"Lavandula stoechas 'Silver Anouk' is commonly called Spanish Lavender, but it's also called Bunny Lavender because the flowers look like little bunnies atop the fragrant silver-gray leaves. The flowers are deep-purple and attract butterflies. A real show piece for a sunny hot spot in your drought tolerant garden." - Ciscoe Morris
Key feature: Attracts butterflies
Plant type: Perennial
Light needs: Full sun
Growth rate: Moderate
Water needs: Average to dry
Average landscape size: 10-14 in. high, 12-18 in. wide.
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