Lavandula angustifolia hidcote

A new variety of common or true lavender with silvery grey scented foliage and abundant flowering violet-blue flowers on tall thin stems. A perennial selection of hidcote-type with a compact plant habit, winter-hardy to USDA Zones 5-9. Great for edging along walkways, borders, rock gardens and in mass plantings. Available as profiseed with excellent and uniform germination.

  • Compact and branching plant habit

  • Violet blue flowers on compact plants

  • Very uniform in flowering and growth

  • Flowering all through the season

  • Uniform germination

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Life cycle: perennial, USDA Zones 5-9
Use: pots, containers, garden beds, borders
Height in pot: 25 cm (10”)
Pot size: 10-15 cm (4-6”)
Garden height: 30-40 cm (12-18”)
Garden spread: 30-40 cm (12-18”)
Seed count: 1.000-1.100 s/gram (28.350-31.200 s/oz)
Seed form: profi seed

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