English Lavender is prized by gardeners around the world for it's powerful and pleasant fragrance, but also for the brilliant show of dark purple flowers that bloom each year in the early summer. These highly scented dark purple blossoms contrast wonderfully against the unique blue-green foliage. If watered adequately and cool weather persists, it's also possible that an English Lavender plant will bloom twice in one season. Botanical name Lavandula angustifolia 'Hidcote', this English Lavender plant lives most comfortably in USDA Cold Hardiness Zones 4-10 and will reach an equal height and width of about 24 in. With its wide variety of applications in a landscape and many uses beyond being just an ornamental plant, English Lavender may be the most beautiful and versatile addition to any garden.
- Delightfully strong lavender fragrance
- Dark purple flowers contrast wonderfully against unique blue green foliage
- Possibility of a 2nd bloom if adequately watered
- Thriving in USDA hardiness zones 4-10, this lavender plant grows almost anywhere in the USA