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Pretty lavatera adds a romantic note to the garden. Looking almost like a mini hollyhock, lavatera sports an abundance of blooms in jewel-tone shades. A mature plant is a sight to behold in the garden, one of those plants visitors will immediately gravitate toward and admire.
This easy-growing annual is great for large containers or the back of the border. Plant it in full sun and well-drained soil after all danger of frost has passed.
Add a bit of drama to the garden with big lavatera and wild-looking spider flower. Both are great, low-care bets for season-long color.Dahlia
Big, bold dahlias are a perfect fit for growing with lavatera. Plus, you can use them together for beautiful bouquets.Moonflower
Lavatera has big, hibiscus-like flowers that open in the daytime, so they're a great pick for planting with datura, which has trumpet-shape flowers that open at night.