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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.
Aromatic perennial. White flowers July-August. Green-grey foliage. Spread 80cm. Plant in well-drained soil and a sunny position.
Aromatic perennial. Violet-blue flowers July-August. Green-grey foliage. Spread 70cm. Plant in well-drained soil and a sunny position.
Aromatic perennial. Purple flowers July-August. Green-grey foliage. Spread 70cm. Hardy to -15C. Plant in well-drained soil and a sunny position.
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A deliciously dark purple lavender, with grey foliage. Introduced in 1950. The real one – vegetatively propagated from material from the original plants. Next available late June.
Very distinctive bushy purple flowers on stout stems which makes for a great cut flower. Next available July.
This sweetly fragranced, very pale pink lavender looks fantastic with ‘Hidcote’.
Very similar to ‘Hidcote’, but with more silvery foliage and perhaps a slightly chunkier habit. Dark purple mildly scented flowers. Next available late June.
A dark-flowered, tall lavender, with rich dark purple flowers forming a billowing pillow of purple. Next available late June.
A lovely lavender with masses of mildly scented pale pink flowers. Grey-green foliage, that’s slightly greyer than ‘Little Lottie’.
A bright little lavender with quite fragrant pale pink flowers. Green-grey foliage. Foliage greener than ‘Lady Ann’.
An excellent short hedging lavender with fragrant mid-purple-blue flowers above grey-green foliage.
A perfect lavender with a proper blue hue to the sweetly fragrant flowers when they’re in full bloom. Grey-green foliage.
The world’s most widely grown angustifolia for oil. Very highly scented. Long mid-purple flowers above grey foliage.