FIND OUT!Then send me seeds!!!!PLEASE!
No idea... but I would love to know, too. The vivid purple is so pretty against the green.
slip over in the middle of the night and take a clipping...i will never tell...
they look like purple butterflies! :)
I believe those are Lavender - there are several varieties.Also, you don't need to covet them - you've already stolen their beauty with your photo!
Some form of Lavender crossed my mind, but I've never seen it with the tips like that. It's gorgeous whatever it is!
looks like lavender to me
No idea what they are but they look nice.
I can almost smell them over here... ;-))Beautiful capture of the Lavender!Greetings from Holland,Anna :-))
Too pretty for word. Purple and lavender are some of my favorites. Awesome capture.genie
Spanish lavender is the common name - it reblooms unlike the older lavenders that just put on their show once. I love my local nurseries, but must admit I've found reasonably priced gallon plants of that one at Lowe's. They're drought tolerant plus all the critters don't eat them - everything I need in a plant. There are different variety names depending on the propagating nursery.
I don't know what they are but I do know that they aren't lavander. Could be weeds for all I know.
Whatever they are, they're exquisite and I love the color. My first thought was lavender, too, but then I'm not that knowledgeable about flowers -- only know when I like them and I do love these!
They're beauties!! Boom & Gary of the Vermilon River, Canada.
Looks like lavender to me. a variety I cannot grow as my climate is too cold.
What gorgeous lavender!
I think you have your answer - let us know if you plant some?
It's lavender. I see that many people have already told you that. My 4 lavender bushes are all in full bloom--I love this time of year when so many shrubs and trees are in bloom.Did you know that you can cook with lavender? It gives a nice mild flavor to meats. I've used it in slow-cooking chicken and pork loin on the BBQ. I just stick sprigs of it under the skin of the chicken and also in the cavity (along with garlic cloves and lemon juice). With a pork loin, I tie sprigs of lavender around the outside of it and also put it inside the roast. I slice the roast open, put in the herbs and then tie it closed.
I believe lavender which must smell so good and the best way to find out for sure. lolThey are very pretty.Hope you had a wonderful Mothers Day Mama Zen.
It's lavender, she said helpfully, after reading all the comments.
Yes the comments above are right. But the photo makes it look even more worth coveting.
Very, very pretty!
I know what they are...They are BEAUTIFUL!sorry...
Beautiful and such a dark vibrant color. They may be a variety of lavender. It seems there are so many different kinds. Clip and take to garden center and buy some!!!
I have no idea!! but they are WONDERFUL!
ohhh so very pretty, such vibrant colors! =)
It's Lavender and you can get it at any garden shop. If you are friends with your neighbor, pay them a compliment and ask if you could have a small cutting. This way you can grow your own. Kindness pays and saves!
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