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As the name suggests, with the richest and darkest purple flowers from this crop of crosses. Introduced by Downderry in 2003.
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A deep purple akin to ‘Hidcote’, with masses of branching and a delicate habit. A Downderry introduction from France.
An amazingly profuse blue-purple flowering lavender, the most widely grown lavender for oil in the world. Introduced in France in 1972.
Aromatic perennial. White flowers July-August. Green-grey foliage. Spread 80cm. Plant in well-drained soil and a sunny position. Prune immediately after flowering.
Aromatic perennial. Violet-blue flowers July-August. Green-grey foliage. Spread 70cm. Plant in well-drained soil and a sunny position. Prune immediately after flowering.
Aromatic perennial. Purple flowers July-August. Green-grey foliage. Spread 70cm. Hardy to -15C. Plant in well-drained soil and a sunny position. Prune immediately after flowering.
A deliciously dark purple lavender, with grey foliage. Introduced in 1950. The real one – vegetatively propagated from material from the original plants. Beware of impostors!
Very distinctive bushy purple flowers on stout stems which makes for a great cut flower. Introduced in 1958.
This sweetly fragranced, very pale pink lavender looks fantastic with ‘Hidcote’. The leaves are more grey and narrow and flowers lighter, than ‘Rosea’.
Very similar to ‘Hidcote’, but with more silvery foliage and perhaps a slightly chunkier habit. Dark purple mildly scented flowers. Introduced in the 1980s.
A dark-flowered, tall lavender, with rich dark purple flowers forming a billowing pillow of purple.
A lovely lavender with masses of mildly scented pale pink flowers. Grey-green foliage, that’s slightly greyer than ‘Little Lottie’. Introduced in 2001.
A bright little lavender with quite fragrant pale pink flowers. Green-grey foliage. Foliage greener than ‘Lady Ann’. UK selection and introduction 1998.
An excellent short hedging lavender with fragrant mid-purple-blue flowers above grey-green foliage. Introduced in 1963.
A perfect lavender with a proper blue hue to the sweetly fragrant flowers when they’re in full bloom. Grey-green foliage. NZ selection.
The world’s most widely grown angustifolia for oil. Very highly scented. Long mid-purple flowers above grey foliage. Introduced from France.