Lavender ‘Edelweiss’ (Lavandula × intermedia ‘Edelweiss’)
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Where to plant
Let’s now see where to plant Lavender ‘Edelweiss’ (Lavandula × intermedia ‘Edelweiss’). What types of gardens and where this plant is normally grown.
It tolerates being planted in different orientations. But if possible, plant lavender ‘Edelweiss’ in a east facing, south facing or west facing garden.
It has numerous uses in gardening and landscaping. Lavandula × intermedia ‘Edelweiss’ can work very well in gardens of different styles:
- City & Courtyard Gardens – usually small gardens, these gardens need smart designs to work well as they have to allow areas to relax, play and entertain;
- Informal Gardens – have a free design and close to the nature aspect. The lines are smoother and more fluid and the planting is less rigid;
- Mediterranean Gardens – can be formal or informal, and are inspired by the vegetation and materials of the hot, dry climates of the Mediterranean region;
- Patios, balconies and containers – gardens confined to the space next to buildings where the cultivation is done in pots and containers;
- Rock and gravel gardens – are gardens that feature extensive use of rocks and stones and include plants native to rocky or alpine environments;
- Wildlife gardens – natural gardens that feature plants that attract native wildlife such as birds, pollinating insects and small mammals;
lavender ‘Edelweiss’ is often applied in flower borders and bedding – creating compositions in the garden; but also hedging and screens – so useful for delimiting different areas and giving privacy;.