Lavandula heterophylla ‘Meerlo’ PP25,559


Flower Color:
Type: Perennial
Habit: Upright, compact
Foliage: Variegated grey green leaves, cream colored margin
Heat Tolerance: full sun to partial shade, very heat tolerant
Patented: Yes
Uses: mass planting,
Height: 36″tall 47″wide
Flower Timing: Spring
Brand: concept plants

Rooted or Unrooted? unrooted

Description from Concept Plants

Lavandula ‘Meerlo’ is a colourful lavender with beautifully serrated, grey-green leaves with a cream-colored margin. The light blue flowers have a sweet fragrance. ‘Meerlo’ becomes about 36″ tall and 47″ wide and is very suitable for the perennial border or rock garden, for mass planting or for a pot on terrace or balcony. This lavender is very drought, humidity and heat tolerant. Plant ‘Meerlo’ in the full sun to semi-shade in a well-drained soil. Prune after flowering.

Key Points

1 Serrated, variegated foliage
2 Free branching
3 Flowers with a sweet fragrance
4 Very drought, humidity and heat tolerant
Product information and photos provided by Concept plants

Additional information

Flower Type





9a, 3-9, 9


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