|Lavatera cashmiriana- Althaea officinales Linn|
Lavatera cashmiriana- Althaea officinales Linn
Lavatera are found in all parts of Kashmir, Pakistan, Iran, Afghanistan, America, Australia and the Mediterranean and are a genus of annul, biennal and perennial flowering gardening plants.
Leaves are palmate, grayish green and three to five lobed.
Flowers are white or a light rose colour with darker veins and similar to hollyhock in shape, or they are open funnels and are borne in clusters.
These are long flowering gardening plants from summer right through to the end of autumn, (fall).
They are extremely fast growing producing new shoots daily.
Propagation: Lavateras of the × clementii group can readily be propagated from ripe or semi-ripe cuttings. No special treatment is required.
Lavatera cashmiriana is propagated by seed, which is sown in the spring.
Qty: 50 grams pkt
Pric: 2500/-Available: January to December
POB: 667 GPO Srinagar SGR JK 190001