Lavender 'Hidcote' the classic, hardy English Lavender, has been combined with Lavandula stoechas 'Castilliano' with heads of lavender, topped with vivid, tufted petals like little bunny ears!
A fragrant, easy to grow evergreen lavender collection not available elsewhere, it’s ideal as a scented hedge or border - just make sure you situate your plants somewhere you’ll be able to catch their magnificent scent!
The silvery leaves and blooms are packed with a heady fragrance, and the purple flowers will provide you a colourful spectacle from early to mid-summer. They’re a magnet to bees, butterflies and other beneficial creatures, which will have your garden buzzing with life.
Compact, hardy, drought-tolerant and incredibly easy to grow, lavenders are perfect for growing either side of doorways, pathways and entrances or for the patio. Hidcote is ideal for many situations and French lavender is one of the prettiest and eye-catching varieties. Both varieties are ideal in pots, just make sure that the soil in the container is light and drains well.
Once established, Lavender is extremely drought tolerant, easy to grow and needs very little maintenance - you can even cut the stems to make fragrant indoor dried displays!
Lavender 'Hidcote' is the classic, hardy English Lavender, and will transform your garden with colour and incredible fragrance!
They’ll stay compact, reaching 45-60cm (1-2ft) tall. Very hardy, incredibly easy to grow, and drought tolerant keep them in great shape by pruning twice a year.
Both blooms and leaves are fragrant, and you can even cut the stems to make fragrant indoor dried displays! Blooms June to September.
Lavender stoechas 'Castilliano' is also known as French or Spanish Lavender, is a compact, upright, evergreen plant with aromatic, grey-green leaves, and heads of fragrant purple flowers held on straight stems in late spring and throughout summer. Height 45-60cm (1-2ft),
The flowers are not quite like ordinary lavender blooms, as they are topped with long, darker bracts that look like butterfly wings or bunny ears - hence its common name of bunny ear or butterfly lavender. Blooms May to August
Supplied as a set of 12 plug plants (6 of each variety), ready to pot up and grow on before hardening off and moving to their final positions.
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