Lavender Hedging

Lavender is a plant traditionally used in formal european gardens, especially english, spanish and french. The well known Lavender dentata, known as French Lavender is very aromatic with typical lavender scent. A Lavender hedge makes a reliable, scented addition to your spring flowering garden

Lavender stoechas Alba

Available this autumn are the following varieties.

Lavandula stoechas ‘Alba’ (White Spanish Lavender) whihch has narrow leaves which are grey-green in colour. White flowers in spring are surrounded by white bracts.

Lavendula stoechas ‘Bella Rose’ grows into a compact lavender covered in flowers of dark-pink flowers topped with rose coloured wings during autumn to spring. It grows to a height of 50cm is is suitable in a dry bank, rockery or as a colourful hedge.

Lavender Lavance Blue

Lavender Lavance Blue is a multi- branched compact lavender which is suitable as informal hedge. Scented deep purple – blue flowers during summer. Useful plant use as a cut flower or drying

Lavender angustifolia Hidcote has nice deep lavender blue flowers which are lightly scented. Suitable as a hedge or for drying as potpourri. Grows to about 30 to 35cm. A popular selected form of English Lavender

Lavender angustifolia Munstead Blue has nice lavender blue flowers,Suitable as a hedge or for drying as potpourri. Likes full sun and good drainage. A popular selected form of English Lavender

Lavendula Light Series grows into a compact lavender covered in mauve flowers during autumn to spring.

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