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Blue Fragrant Lavender

Blue Fragrant Lavender

Flower spikes explode with fragrance
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These compact plants form neat mounds growing 18-24" tall. They are perfect for group plantings alongside a walkway, or greeting guests near an entryway. Fragrant, colorful blooms emerge midsummer to fall. Cut these flowers to enjoy indoors, or dry to extend your enjoyment year-round. Needs excellent drainage. Zones 5-8. Ships as a bareroot. Lavandula angustifolia. Full Sun to Partial Shade. Deer tend to avoid.

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Gardening Details for Blue Fragrant Lavender

Botanical Name: Lavandula angustifolia
Common Name: Blue Fragrant Lavender
Form: Evergreen perennial/small shrub
Sun Exposure: Full Sun
Height/Habit: 18 - 24 inches
Spread: 18" - 24" +
Spacing: 12" - 18"
Hardiness Zone: 5-8
Flowering Date: Summer
Winter Care: A mulch around the roots is advisable in northern areas and a light winter mulch should be used in cold or windy spots.
Type of Fruit: n/a
Shipping Season: Spring
Flower Color: Lavender
Flower Form: Many very tiny flowers form whorls along a terminal spike up to 8" long.
Foliage Type: Gray-green almost white when young, evergreen needle-like, 1 1/2" - 2" long, 1/4" wide.
Resistance: Good to P & D problems
Pruning: Trim back spent flower stems & shear back to 12" - 15" annually. Spring after buds break if using for drying.
Pruning Time: Spring after buds break if using for drying.
Soil Requirement: Medium to dry soil
Additional Information: They do not like humid weather. Syn. L.spica, and L. officinalis
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Grow clusters of Blue Fragrant Lavender plants for their sweeping silhouettes and luscious, famous scent. These Lavandula angustifolia bloom tiny florets packed with fragrance, and flowers of the English lavender can remain for several weeks after blossoming in summer. Cultivate this common lavender for eye-catching borders, low hedges or colorful variety in gardens.

Tall, Blue Fragrant Lavender plants add a timeless romantic touch to gardens, walkways, borders and containers. Scientifically known as Lavandula angustifolia, this delightful perennial is beloved the world over for its lovely hue and rich, sweet scent. Often called common lavender and English lavender, Fragrant Lavender plants grow 18 to 24 inches tall, creating neat, compact mounds in partially shady or very sunny spaces. Cut these English lavender plants for warm indoor displays that gently perfume rooms.
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