Lavender Types With Photos

The types of lavender are an interesting and intriguing plant. They can be found all over the globe, including Central America, South America, Asia, Europe, and even Australia. But the Australian type of lavender that grows on the ground is a closely guarded secret. It is called the Lavender Di Indonesia.

This type of lavender is rare in the world. There is only one type that is cultivated in this country, and it is a hybrid. The hybrid lavender plants are not from Australia, nor do they come from the USA. Instead they are actually Lavender hybrids that have been taken from the Indonesia lavender flower in Thailand. These plants do not have true lavender flowers, but have the distinctive yellow / red blooms instead.

A hybrid lavender with these distinctive flowers is called “Lavender Di Thailand”, which simply means “Lavender Plant in Thailand”. It has the most distinctive characteristics of all the types of lavender. It is a slow growing, narrow flower, with large, pointed leaves. Its purple-black color was created when the flower blooms, instead of during the flowering season, as is the case with all other types.

12 Types of Lavender + Growing Info
12 Types of Lavender + Growing Info

The other two variations of lavender are the native ‘Lavender’, which has narrow, pointed leaves, and the European ‘Lavender’. Both varieties of lavender are still quite common in gardens throughout Europe. One of the biggest threats to the wild types of lavender is the increasing cultivation of lavender for its fragrant oil. While it is still used extensively for its soothing properties, many gardeners are starting to grow it for its flower, which will flower in late summer.

The type of lavender with the most striking characteristics is the Thai Lavender. Its long blooming stems reach up to 2 feet. Its compact leaves are about one inch wide and have numerous narrow leafy segments. It blooms in late summer, when the large flowers burst open.

Some of the more common flowers include the Blue Lavender, which has lavender pink petals; the Red Lavender, which is the standard lavender; the White Lavender, which has lavender purple-red blooms; the Pink Lavender, which is a common variety used for fragrant applications; and the Green Lavender, which has lavender leaves that are a deep purple. Each variety has different qualities, so you should be able to identify your favorite before considering purchasing. Each variety of lavender has different uses.

Lovely Lavender

Some people love the way lavender smells, especially in warm weather. It is a very versatile plant, and can be grown almost anywhere. Growing lavender is not difficult, because it can be grown in pots on a windowsill, in a pot in the ground or in a window box. Because it is so easy to grow, many gardeners keep a plant of lavender around the house in a spray bottle.

Lovely Lavender
Lovely Lavender

Other popular lavender types with photos of flowers include the Anemone (Liriodendron phomodis), the Bee Balm (Celastrus panniculatus), and the Ivy (Ivy plant). The Anemone looks like small white blossoms with lavender colored petals. The Bee Balm has lavender purple-red blooms and also has black-purple petals. The Ivy has lavender blue blooms and tiny yellow blooms. The Anemone and the Ivy should be planted at the base of a tree.

If you’re growing lavender for the first time, there are some things that you should keep in mind. This type of lavender is very tolerant of dry soil, so you don’t need to water it excessively. It loves full sunlight, so place them where they get plenty of sunlight.

Another problem that some people run into when growing lavender is that they mistakenly plant too many of the flowers. The result is a spongy mass of leaves that hangs down. You should try to plant your lavender type in groups of four to six. It will bloom better if the flowers are spaced about four to five feet apart from each other. You should also move them around a little bit if they aren’t getting as much sun as they would like.

Main Types of Lavender For Your Garden
Main Types of Lavender For Your Garden

When it comes to lavender types with photos of flowers, these are by far my favorite. I grew them in a large container garden and placed the flowers in different locations throughout the garden. I was able to create a beautiful garden all year round with only a handful of these plants. If you’re looking for an easy way to grow lavender, then I highly recommend this type of lavender.

12 Types of Lavender + Growing Info
12 Types of Lavender + Growing Info

12 Types of Lavender + Growing Info
12 Types of Lavender + Growing Info

Types of Lavender Plants – Growing Conditions, Uses
Types of Lavender Plants – Growing Conditions, Uses

TOP 10 Lavender Varieties To Grow in your Garden
TOP 10 Lavender Varieties To Grow in your Garden

Types of Lavender Plants – Growing Conditions, Uses
Types of Lavender Plants – Growing Conditions, Uses

Lavender Varieties
Lavender Varieties

Top 10 Lavender Varieties To Grow in your Garden
Top 10 Lavender Varieties To Grow in your Garden

Choose the right varieties of lavender
Choose the right varieties of lavender