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Lavandula Angustifolia 'Hidcote' - Lavender, Lavandula

Lavandula Angustifolia 'Hidcote' - Lavender, Lavandula

Type Shrub, Ground cover, Hedging & Screening, Culinary, Container-friendly, Evergreen
Size Low Border (up to 50cm height)
Form Rounded - Clump
Colours Grey Foliage, Dark blue Flowers (Summer)
Care Some maintenance required
Hardiness Frost hardy
Growth Fast growing

This compact evergreen sub shrub produces dense aromatic gray - green foliage, as well as spikes of dark purple flowers throughout the summer. Ideal in a container, as a low hedge in the herb garden or as low specimen in a bed. 60cm tall x 80cm.

Cultivation tips: Lavender will flourish in most well drained garden soils, being especially suited to chalky soils. Plant in full sun in sheltered areas - preferably south facing. Trim flower shoots after flowering, prune last years growth to shape in spring.
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