Of all the lavender varieties, English lavender (often referred to as true lavender) is the most popular, thanks to its remarkable scent and colour. Its peak flowering season is midsummer but its aromatic leaves are fragrant year round. You can make the most of its long spikes by drying them or turning them into potpourri.
Prefers full sun position in we really well drained soil. Avoid over watering and poor drainage.
Very popular as a border or hedge plant. Prune after flowering to keep a bushy, dense shape and to promote flowers.
Can grow up to 80cm x 80cm. When planted as a hedge – ideal spacing is 50-60cm.
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