• viridis
  • Lavandula viridis is often found growing in dry conditions and nutrient poor soils, needing very little water to grow. (wikipedia.org)
  • Lavandula viridis falls under the Order Lamiales because it is included in the category of flowers that have a superior ovary, two fused carpals, four fused petals, and four or less fertile stamens, while showing bilateral symmetry. (wikipedia.org)
  • Plants
  • The botanic name Lavandula as used by Linnaeus is considered to be derived from this and other European vernacular names for the plants. (wikipedia.org)