Parent Species of the Plants We Offer:
Lavandula angustifolia
(English Lavender) - A species from the Western Mediterranean region that is a compact bushy shrub,
which grows up to three feet with a four foot spread.  In mid-summer long flowering spikes are held high over the foliage and bear
pale purple to deep purple tubular flowers.  Plants thrive in U.S. Hardiness Zones 5 - 9
Lavandula (Lavender)
Genus comprised of 25 species of evergreen shrubs, and sub-shrubs.  These plants naturally
occur in dry rocky habitats from the Canary Islands, Mediterranean, N.E. Africa, S.W. Africa,
and India.  The leaves are simple or toothed, and can be pinnate, or 2-pinnate, and are borne on
strong shrubby stems.  The flowers are 2-lipped, are high in nectar content, and fragrant in
most species.  The flowers attract pollinating insects and hummingbirds by the hordes.
Lavandula (Lavender) Growing Tips
  • Plant in a well-drained soil that has been enriched with organic matter or already has an
    adequate amount of organic matter.
  • Before planting make sure the pH of your soil is within a 6.0-8.0 range for optimum
    growth and flowering.
  • Always plant lavender plants in full sun.  Plants do not fare well in partial or full shade.
  • If planting in containers make sure to add sand to the planting medium to aid in drainage.
  • Mulch to help moderate soil temperatures in winter and to provide a more consistent soil
    moisture throughout the year.
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Lavandula angustifolia 'Hidcote Blue'
The deep purple blooms of this english lavender
always makes a bold statement.

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Availability: 3/2/15
Lavandula angustifolia 'Munstead'
One of the most widely grown lavenders for its
striking silver toned foliage and lavender colored
blooms.

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Availability: 3/2/15
Lavandula angustifolia 'Pink Perfume'
A unique rarity that has similar habit and foliage of
'Munstead', but produces pale pink blooms.

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Availability: 3/2/15
Lavender x intermedia 'Phenomenal' PPAF
A new lavender that is sure to become a perennial
favorite.  This strong performer couples drought
tolerance and expanded range of hardiness to
become one of the most versatile lavenders of all.

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