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A real marshmallow of a lavender with beautiful furry calyces and mellow purple, mildly scented flowers.
An intensely dark purple lavender known as a ‘Super Blue’, with a beautiful swaying and fluid movement in a light breeze. We have used this as our main early bunching lavender for 8 years.
The darkest pink hardy lavender available, with star-shaped markings on the flowers when they first open. The flowers are quite fragrant. Grey-green foliage. Introduced in 1992. EU PVR Grant No. 0600.
A really compact little plant with faintly scented mid-purple flowers. Grey-green foliage. Introduced in 1999.
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One of the most widely grown lavenders in the UK. This is the form typically sold across the country. Mid-purple mildly aromatic flowers rise above green-grey foliage. A good hedger.
An early dark purple flowered cultivar with a liquid, flowing movement in a summer breeze. The flowers, bourne above green-grey foliage, have a delicate scent.
A very floriferous and neat lavender that make an exceptionally fine hedge. An early cultivar used in oil production, with clear purple-blue flowers and a fairly strong scent.
A truly heavenly lavender, with pale purple flowers and typical cottage garden appeal. It is rare to find this true form. Introduced in the 1930s.
‘Olympia’ is the first of a new generation of lavenders. It has the strong scent and late-flowering of other intermedia, but is noticeably shorter.
An absolutely astonishing little dark purple lavender that makes a smashing hedge. Grey-green foliage.
This lavender conjures up a real feeling of Provence, despite coming from Canada! Pale purple flowers with a very fragrant, sweetly floral scent, appear above quite vibrant green foliage (for a x intermedia). Canadian selection.
A small pure white lavender with green-grey foliage. Flowers June-July. It is an improvement on ‘Nana Alba’ which is more watery-white.
A vibrant blue-purple flowered lavender looking almost ultraviolet at dawn and dusk. Named by Ian Lavender (Pike). Bred and introduced by Downderry 2016.
A truly exceptional plant with cylindrical purple flowers and compact habit. A great foil with shorter angustifolias. Introduced in the 1980s.
Brilliant green foliage in the spring makes this sweetly scented pale pink lavender distinctive. The foliage is much greener than ‘Hidcote Pink’. Introduced in 1937.
A gorgeous variety with long fragrant purple flowers. Tall for an angustiolia. The flowers are widely spaced on the spike giving the bush a wispy, fluid appearance in a summer breeze. Green-grey foliage.