Lavandula angustifolia | English Lavender

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  1. Purple Lavandula angustifolia Mitcham Gray, Lavandula angustifolia Mitcham Gray, Mitcham Gray Lavender

    Mitcham Gray is a rarely offered cultivar of English lavender similar to 'Hidcote Superior' with a compact growth habit, dark lavender-blue flower spikes, and gray-green foliage. But...

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    Lavandula angustifolia Mitcham Gray Mitcham Gray Lavender Lavandula angustifolia Mitcham Gray
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    Mitcham Gray is a rarely offered cultivar of English lavender similar to 'Hidcote Superior' with a compact growth habit, dark lavender-blue flower spikes, and gray-green foliage. But it is a faster grower than the slow-to-mature 'Hidcote Superior'.
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  2. Lavandula angustifolia Miss Katherine, Miss Katherine Lavender - Customer Photo

    Miss Katherine Lavender (Lavandula Miss Katherine) is the best pink-flowered English Lavender currently in cultivation, blooming in late spring-early summer with numerous spikes of l...

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    Lavandula angustifolia Miss Katherine Miss Katherine Lavender Lavandula angustifolia Miss Katherine
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    Miss Katherine Lavender (Lavandula Miss Katherine) is the best pink-flowered English Lavender currently in cultivation, blooming in late spring-early summer with numerous spikes of light pink flowers.
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Lavandula angustifolia | English Lavender

Zones 4-10 | | Blooming Late Spring - Summer

English Lavender plants (Lavandula angustifolia) are long-blooming and quite fragrant perennial plants, making them ideal for cut flowers and sachets. Many varieties of Lavandula angustifolia are twice blooming, including Sharon Roberts, Pastor's Pride and Buena Vista. English Lavender plants prefer well drained soil and are ideal for growing in raised beds. Lavandula angustifolia thrives in heat and drought, but is more moisture tolerant and cold hardy than other Lavender varieties, making them well-suited for gardens in the mid-west and the eastern US. English Lavender is deer resistant, and very attractive to butterflies. You'll want several of these Lavenders to grace your garden. Watch video: How To Plant Lavender (Video)

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