Gardening Questions And Answers
The lavender 2-lipped flowers have specks of purple and appear on spikes of purple stems. This plant starts blooming when the days get shorter in fall and will often bloom into spring. The shiny dark green leaves are ornamental with purple undersides. Pinch the stems to maintain a bushy rounded form.
Over Watering Lavenders (Drooping Appearance with Brown Foliage) The most likely reason your lavender is dying is because of over watering. If lavender receives too much water it will develop the disease root rot and show symptoms of stress such as a drooping or wilting appearance and a browning of the foliage.
Outdoors, tuck this pretty purple plectranthus into a spot with part sun to light shade. Plectranthus ‘Mona Lavender’ is winter hardy in Zones 9b to 10 and withstands light frosts (temperatures down to 25 to 30 degrees F). In the landscape, expect ‘Mona Lavender’ to grow to 12 to 24 inches tall and wide.