Lavender - Various

Lavender

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Features
Evergreen
Ornamental
Additional Attributes
Attractive Flower
Low Hedging
Attracts Birds/Bees
Attractive Foliage
Ornamental
Scented Foliage/Flower
Blue/Grey Foliage
Non-poisonous to Animals
Non-poisonous to Humans

Lavender are evergreen shrubs grown for their arromatic flowers and foliage. Lavender perform best in dry, rocky, exoposed areas. All types are fantastic for bees. Prune after flowering. There are two main types of Lavenders: 'Stoechas' or French Lavenders, are bigger (60cm) and have showy papery bracts on top. Popular 'Stoechas' varieties include 'Major' and 'The Princess' which is pink. The second main type is the 'Spica' or English Lavender. Popular varieties include 'Munstead' a dwarf form (20cm), 'Hidcote' a blue form, 'Alba' a white form, and 'Lady'. 'Grosso' is the main cultivar for oil production. Evergreen. Hardy.

 

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0.70.7
Rapid
0.5 m
0.7 m

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Note: Growth, height and grade information are given in good faith but are subject to natural variables beyond our control.