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Q.Lavender Plant Has A “baby” A Different Color? How Do I Avoid?

Zone Zone 5/6a | Anonymous added on June 23, 2021 | Answered

On the left is the existing lavender plant called Violet Intrigue that I have had for about three years. Last year I had an offshoot on the purple flowered plant with a section of white/very pale lavender (similar to this picture). I dug up and transplanted to the right as you can see. This year, it did it again. Am I not getting it all when transplanting or did it have another “baby”? Common? Thanks!

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Answered on July 6, 2021

This could be a "sport" or a plant mutation. Here is more:


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