Indoor Plants




Latin name: LavendulaRosmarinusSerissa japonica
This trio of tiny topiaries turns any sunny spot into a celebration of all things green and growing. Each is trained into a standard, or tree, form. Foliage varies from the subtly striking light green leaves of rosemary, to the dark green and white variegation of Serissa, to the somber yet luxuriously fragrant green foliage of lavender. Each topiary is planted in a 3-inch clay pot and measures 11 inches tall. Water regularly for an evenly moist but not soggy soil. Do not allow your topiary to sit in water or become overly dry. Avoid softened water; the salts can damage your plant. Over winter, keep rosemary and lavender topiaries indoors in a cool room exposed to bright, direct light.

FLOWER COLOR:blue, white, lavender

FOLIAGE COLOR:gray and green

BLOOM TIME:spring, summer




ZONES:bright light

WHAT WE LOVE ABOUT THIS PLANT:Their shape, plus the bonus of fragrance or flowers

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