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Plants Matching lavandula

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Image of Lavandula x chaytoriae

James H. Schutte

(Hybrid Lavender, Sawyer's Hybrid Lavender)

This small hybrid is quite tolerant of cool moist climates but has limited cold hardiness. It is a hybrid between the tough and hardy English lavender, Lavandula angustifolia and more tender, heat-loving, dark purple-flowered Lavandula lanata. This compact shrubby perennial has gray-green, needle-shaped leaves and forms a solid, dense mound. All parts of the plant are richly scented. This is a vigorous grower that retains its form and health in wetter climates, such as those in...

(Hybrid French Lavender)

This beautiful lavender has everything: fragrance, color, small size and drought resistance. It’s a hybrid of the fragrant and beautiful, French lavender, which is native to the Mediterranean region. It was first cultivated by the Romans who named it from the Latin verb, lavo, to wash, as it was commonly used to scent their famous baths. It has been grown commercially ever since in southern France and parts of Spain where conditions are hot and dry. Chica Purple is one of a series of small...

(Hybrid French Lavender)

This beautiful lavender has everything: fragrance, color, small size and drought resistance. It’s a hybrid of the fragrant and beautiful, French lavender, which is native to the Mediterranean region. It was first cultivated by the Romans who named it from the Latin verb, lavo, to wash, as it was commonly used to scent their famous baths. It has been grown commercially ever since in southern France and parts of Spain where conditions are hot and dry. Chica Purple is one of a series of small...

(Hybrid French Lavender)

Image of Lavandula dentata photo by: TL

TL

(Fringed Lavender)

Airy and wonderfully fragrant, fringed lavender is beautiful when grown in the garden. Native to the Mediterranean, this evergreen, shrubby perennial or shrub is both heat and drought tolerant. It has an upright, bushy habit and is densely covered with fine, scalloped leaves of green to gray-green. In the summer it produces lightly fragrant spikes of small lavender flowers accented by showy lavender-blue bracts.

Plant fringed lavender in sites with full sun and perfectly drained soil. Its flowers...

Image of Lavandula

Ball® Horticultural Company

(Hybrid French Lavender)

Image of Lavandula x ginginsii

James H. Schutte

(Goodwin Creek Lavender, Hybrid Lavender)

What beautiful silver foliage! Goodwin Creek Grey lavender is an aromatic evergreen, shrubby perennial or shrub that is both heat and drought tolerant. It produces compact, bushy mounds covered with linear, scalloped leaves of silver to silvery green. From summer to fall, fragrant spikes of small violet-blue flowers appear.

This tough plant prefers sites with full sun and perfectly drained average to poor soil. lavender flowers can be used in perfumes and potpourri, so this makes a great addition...

(Hybrid Lavender)

This large, rugged lavender is perfect for landscapes in hot dry regions. It is a hybrid between the two Mediterranean species, English lavender (Lavandula angustifolia) and the heat-loving fringed lavender (Lavandula dentata). The result is a large, fast-growing, shrubby plant with a relaxed, irregular form. Its fine foliage is greener than that of most lavenders and all parts of the plant are highly aromatic.

The summer blooms of this vigorous hybrid are lavender-blue and...

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...

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...