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James H. Schutte

(English Lavender)

The intense violet-blue flowers of Violet Intrigue are bold and beautiful. This large, bushy cultivar was selected by Virginia McNaughton of Christchurch, New Zealand and is ideal for dramatic, sunny borders.

English lavender is an aromatic, evergreen garden herb that thrives in summer heat and dry weather. It is technically a subshrub, which means it behaves like a perennial but develops woody stems over time. This Western European species is more tolerant of moister growing conditions, which...

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James H. Schutte

(English Lavender)

Dense clusters of soft lilac flowers cover the compact ‘Melissa Lilac’ in summer. English lavender is an aromatic, evergreen garden herb that thrives in summer heat and dry weather. It is technically a subshrub, which means it behaves like a perennial but develops woody stems over time. This Western European species is more tolerant of moister growing conditions, which is why it is commonly grown in England, though it still thrives in heat and drought. It develops a rounded, bushy habit and has fragrant,...

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James H. Schutte

(English Lavender, Munstead Lavender)

This is a classic lavender for old-fashioned borders and herb gardens. The dense and compact ‘Munstead’ forms neat mounds of aromatic, gray-green foliage and produces a mass of lavender-purple flowers when in full bloom.

English lavender is an aromatic, evergreen garden herb that thrives in summer heat and dry weather. It is technically a subshrub, which means it behaves like a perennial but develops woody stems over time. This Western European species is more tolerant of moister growing conditions,...

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James H. Schutte

(English Lavender)

The compact and highly cold hardy ‘Twickel Purple’ earned an RHS Award of Garden Merit (AGM) for its beauty and excellent performance. In summer, it becomes covered with deep lavender-purple flowers that shine above its silvery foliage.

English lavender is an aromatic, evergreen garden herb that thrives in summer heat and dry weather. It is technically a subshrub, which means it behaves like a perennial but develops woody stems over time. This Western European species is more tolerant of moister...

Image of Lavandula x intermedia photo by: James H. Schutte

James H. Schutte

(Hedge Lavender, Hybrid Lavender)

High vigor and a tough constitution make this lavender an ideal landscape plant for dry climates as well as a great source for fragrant cutflowers, fresh or dried. Hedge lavender is a hybrid between the popular English lavender (Lavandula angustifolia ) and spike lavender (Lavandula latifolia). It is less hardy than Lavandula angustifolia but very drought tolerant and resilient. This beautiful ornamental is technically a subshrub, which means it behaves like a perennial...

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James H. Schutte

(Hedge Lavender, Hybrid Lavender)

This bushy hedge lavender was selected in California by Fred Boutin who discovered a plant with extra long flower spikes and super silvery, blue-green foliage. So, he cloned it and introduced the cultivar under his own name in 1984.

High vigor and a tough constitution make this lavender an ideal landscape plant for dry climates as well as a great source for fragrant cutflowers, fresh or dried. Hedge lavender is a hybrid between the popular English lavender (Lavandula angustifolia )...

Image of Lavandula x intermedia

James H. Schutte

(Hedge Lavender, Hybrid Lavender)

There is no better lavender for crafters and flower arrangers. The heavy flowering 'Grosso' has extra large, fragrant, rich lavender-blue blooms that hold together exceptionally well when dried.

High vigor and a tough constitution make this lavender an ideal landscape plant for dry climates as well as a great source for fragrant cutflowers, fresh or dried. Hedge lavender is a hybrid between the popular English lavender (Lavandula angustifolia ) and spike lavender (Lavandula latifolia)....

Image of Lavandula x intermedia (Dutch Group) photo by: James H. Schutte

James H. Schutte

(Hedge Lavender, Hybrid Lavender)

High vigor and a tough constitution make this lavender an ideal landscape plant for dry climates as well as a great source for fragrant cutflowers, fresh or dried. Hedge lavender is a hybrid between the popular English lavender (Lavandula angustifolia ) and spike lavender (Lavandula latifolia). It is less hardy than Lavandula angustifolia but very drought tolerant and resilient. This beautiful ornamental is technically a subshrub, which means it behaves like a perennial...

Image of Levisticum officinale photo by: Mark A. Miller

Mark A. Miller

(Lovage)

The large, lacy leaves of this this imposing perennial from the eastern Mediterranean are as handsome as they are flavorful. Lovage has been prized as a culinary herb and vegetable since medieval times.

The glossy dark green, triangular leaves of this hardy, hollow-stemmed perennial are divided into numerous lobed segments. In summer, flat clusters ("umbels") of tiny greenish-yellow flowers are held on branching stems that rise above the lush clumps of foliage. Many insects visit and pollinate...

Image of Lippia graveolens photo by: TL

TL

(Mexican Oregano)

There are many plants with oregano flavor. Most, like common oregano (Origanum vulgare) and Greek oregano (Origanum heracleoticum), are in the mint family (Lamiaceae), but Mexican oregano is different. Even though it tastes like lemony oregano, this favorite Native American and Mexican herb is in the verbena family (Verbinaceae).

Native to the southwestern United States, Mexico, Central and South America, Lippia graveolens is an evergreen, woody shrub. Its thin, arching...