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A stunningly attractive soft, silver-leaved dentata with pale purple flowers. Natural distribution: Morocco.
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A wonderfully bushy compact plant that keeps its habit, with masses of pale purple flowers. The toughest of the dentata lavenders in our opinion. Looks really whizzy when grown as a standard. Next available Spring 2020.
A delightful pale pink flowered dentata lavender. Natural distribution: Morocco.
A bouquet of scented lavender to adorn your rooms. This long-stemmed bunch could be used for fragrancing a room, for potpourri. Grown and harvested at Downderry.
A bouquet of sweetly-scented lavender to adorn your rooms. This short-stemmed bunch is ideal for culinary purposes, potpourri, place settings and wedding favours. Grown and harvested at Downderry.
A splendid fan-shaped bush forming a perfect dome of white flowers making a stunning feature. Next available Spring 2020.
A superb angustifolia with large fragrant spikes of dark purple flowers above grey foliage. Good for dry bunches. Next available Spring 2020.
A distinctive hybrid with masses of long-lasting very plump dark purple flowers, fading to pink with age. Introduced by Downderry in 1997. Next available Spring 2020.
A beautiful long ‘eared’ purple (rather than the magenta of pedunculata) lavender. One of our own hand pollinated hybrids.
A little known, but outstanding lavender, with a colour bluer than most, making a superb bushy hedge of mid-purple-blue flowers which are mildly aromatic.
A stunning semi-prostrate, arching cultivar with luscious dark blue flowers with a distinct white throat. Spread to 150cm (60in). Introduced from Eire.
A bushier form of Dutch lavender with the same distinct grey foliage and pale purple flowers.
Purchaseable in multiples of five pounds
An amazing variegated rosemary with dense foliage and delightful sky-blue flowers. Introduced from the USA. Next available Spring 2020.
As the name suggests, with the richest and darkest purple flowers from this crop of crosses. Introduced by Downderry in 2003. Next available Spring 2020.
A giant among rosemary, with large leaves and the most enormous pale blue speckled flowers. Great for hiding something unsightly! Introduced from Italy.