English Lavender/Lavandula angustifolia
USDA Hardiness Zone 4-9
Fragrant blue-green foliage with 3-4" whorled purple flower spikes. This variety has darker blue flowers than most of the English Lavenders.
Lavender is a lovely herb that is popular in a rock or herb garden, as a border plant or in a container.
As well as for its unmistakable perfume, lavender has been recognized since Roman times for its healing and antiseptic qualities, its ability to deter insects, and for washing.
Homeowner Growing and Maintenance Tips
They are very particular to siting and must be in full sun with very well drained soil. The foliage should be cut back in the spring to accommodate the new growth.
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Characteristics & Attributes
Attributes & Uses
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Season of Interest (Flowering)
Season of Interest (Foliage)