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Plants Matching lavandula

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Image of Lavandula x intermedia

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

Felder Rushing

(Hedge Lavender, Hybrid Lavender)

This famous cultivar sweeps across the flower fields of the Provence Region of France. It is considered among the best varieties for perfume and culinary use. 'Provence' is extra tall and blooms very heavily, so it is a fine 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...

(Hybrid French Lavender)

(Hybrid French Lavender)

Image of Lavandula multifida photo by: Jessie Keith

Jessie Keith

(Lavender)

This airy, everblooming, tender perennial is a fast-growing aromatic garden flower for dry summer gardens. Lavandula multifida is native to the northwestern region of the Mediterranean Sea, where temperatures are mild and growing conditions arid. It is technically a subshrub, which means it behaves like a perennial but develops woody stems over time. Mature specimens have stiff, upright branches and an open habit. Its evergreen leaves are gray-green and ferny.

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Image of Lavandula pinnata photo by: Forest & Kim Starr

Forest & Kim Starr

(Lavender)

This tender bedding lavender is best planted as an annual as it will tolerate only limited frost. Sometimes called fernleaf lavender, Lavandula pinnata is native to the Canary Islands and Madeira where conditions are arid and temperatures mild. This beautiful ornamental is technically a subshrub, which means it behaves like a perennial but develops woody stems over time. Its super showy leaves are large, ferny and silvery gray-green. In fact, it rivals dusty miller has a silvery foliage...

Image of Lavandula stoechas photo by: Jessie Keith

Jessie Keith

(French Lavender, Spanish Lavender)

Fragrant and beautiful, French lavender is a fine shrubby garden perennial for hot and dry locations. It originates from regions across the Mediterranean and was first cultivated by the Romans who used its fragrant oils for scent. This species is favored as an ornamental in hot and dry regions because it shines under tough conditions. It grows as a mounded evergreen perennial or subshrub and can become quite large with age. Fine, fragrant leaves of silvery gray-green cover this lavender all year...

Image of Lavandula stoechas

Jessie Keith

(French Lavender, Spanish Lavender)

Fragrant and beautiful, 'Anouk' is an excellent compact lavender for hot and dry locations. It grows as an upright to spreading evergreen perennial or shrub and originates from regions across the Mediterranean. In late spring to midsummer it produces many slender, upright stems topped with oval spikes of densely clustered dark plum flowers punctuated with plumes of violet-blue bracts. These contrast nicely with its soft, linear, gray-green leaves.

Plant this lavender in sites with full sun and...

(French Lavender, Spanish Lavender)

The compact and floriferous lavenders in the Beeā„¢ Series have large flowers and are fast-growing. The blooms may be rose, purple, lavender or white, depending on the cultivar. These Australian introductions are colorful, drought resistant and perfect for container culture and hot sunny borders.

Fine, fragrant leaves of silvery gray-green cover the plants all year around. In drier weather the leaves become more linear and needle-like. In late spring and midsummer the bushy and well-branched plants...