Lavender Star Flower

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Spreading Juniper

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Spreading Juniper

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Italian Cypress

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Italian Cypress

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Yaupon Holly

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Yaupon Holly

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Details

Common name

Lavender Star Flower

Botanical name

Grewia caffra

Zone

USDA 10 - 11

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Bloom time

spring-winter

Light

sun

Height

6-10' (2-3 m)

Habit

spreading

Water

daily

Feed

use acidic

Maintenance

prune when dormant