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Amazingly long rich purple flower heads above beautiful silver foliage. A great architectural plant.
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A gorgeous silver-leaved lavender with blue-purple flowers.
A breathtakingly beautiful lavender. The intense blue flowers above fresh green foliage are an astonishing sight in summer.
A real cracker with vibrant green foliage and bright blue flowers. Introduced from Scotland.
A handsome, pale flowered lavender, slightly taller than ‘Ashdown Forest’. Dense green-grey foliage. Strongly scented flowers.
Very similar to (and we think better than) ‘Munstead’, with larger steely-purple flowers and distinctly-shaped grey foliage. Leaves seem to clasp the stems.
A stunningly attractive soft, silver-leaved dentata with pale purple flowers. Natural distribution: Morocco.
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.
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.
A superb angustifolia with large fragrant spikes of dark purple flowers above grey foliage. Good for dry bunches.
A distinctive hybrid with masses of long-lasting very plump dark purple flowers, fading to pink with age. Introduced by Downderry in 1997.
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.