Lavatera Burgundy

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Lavatera Burgundy wine (tree mallow)

Lavatera burgundy wine is a semi evergreen shrub.

It has palmately-lobed grey-green leaves and deep pink, funnel shaped, dark veined flowers on upright stems that are borne in the Summer and continues into the Autumn.

The nectar rich flowers attract the bees and other pollenating insects.

Grow Lavateras in containers and borders in moist but well drained soil in full sun.

Prune in spring when the chance of frost has passed and the buds begin to swell. Prune back to about 30cm above the ground level.

Grows to 2m height and spread.

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