Lavandula angustifolia ‘vera’
Most common commercial grown variety This is the true lavender!
Just brushing up against it will release its intense aroma! The foliage is silver-gray, and the flowers are deep violet-blue-colored. The leaves are evergreen and reach 2 in. long. Flowering occurs in summer, and the flowers are ¼–½ in. long, form interrupted spikes, and have an attractive fragrance. The leaves and the flowers are aromatic and have many uses.
Compact grower makes it ideal for lining walkways, the back of the herb garden, or for growing among roses and taller companion plants.
Deer don’t like it
20-30″ High x 18″ Wide
Optimal growing conditions: True lavender is soil and drought tolerant but performs best in well-drained soil under full sun. Drainage is the most important factor. Another thing useful to know: Growth can be slow and soft in heavy soils, and a hardiness problem may appear. In good conditions, the growth rate is moderate.
125 count flats are grown-to-order and not grown on speculation. These will always back order. If back order does not show available, then we are sold out for the year.
72 cell flat sold as 70
128 cell flat sold as 125
Back orders beyond listed availability require 10-12 weeks