L - Lovely!
Here are three of my lavenders. I also have several Hidcote lavenders along the front of my house, a Goodwin Creek Grey in a pot, and two white ones, White Grosso (quite large), and Ellagance Snow (quite small). Goodwin Creek Grey is my tender lavender, a hybrid with French lavender in its breeding (although I believe it is a natural hybrid found at the nursery, not bred). French lavenders are too tender for my zone, which is a shame, they have beautiful lacy leaves. (If you are doing the scavenger hunt and you can't find anything better, perhaps my mention of "leaves" will do!)
Mini Blue is small enough to stay in a container. Not a tiny container.
Not Crystal Palace, my favorite, which I have had trouble finding lately (not lately lately, I didn't buy any bedding annuals last year).
Bought a little pot of seedlings at the farmers' market a few years ago. Not a fan. I do grow black cumin, and it looks pretty much the same, but it's an herb, so that's okay. I like herbs!
Grown from seed, wintersown, the purple in 2018, the pink in 2019. They started blooming their second year.
Lewisia is named for Meriwether Lewis, of the Lewis and Clark Expedition. Although it's a native I have trouble keeping it alive. It hates to have its roots wet, and I've never found the right spot for it. I'll try again, it's just too lovely not to. Yes, William Clark has a flower named for him too, Clarkia which I featured in G (godetia)!
Next up? Why M of course!