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A bushier form of Dutch lavender with the same distinct grey foliage and pale purple flowers. Order now for expected delivery early June.
Available in multiples of five pounds. Valid for 12 months from the date of issue. See details first before buying.
An amazing variegated rosemary with dense foliage and delightful sky-blue flowers. Introduced from the USA. Order now for expected delivery early June.
As the name suggests, with the richest and darkest purple flowers from this crop of crosses. Introduced by Downderry in 2003. Order now for expected delivery late June.
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A giant among rosemary, with large leaves and the most enormous pale blue speckled flowers. Great for hiding something unsightly! Introduced from Italy.
An interestingly scented rosemary with clear blue flowers and distinctive pale green and bushy foliage.
Chunky bone china mug with lavender motifs.
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. Order now for expected delivery mid-June.
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.
A deliciously dark purple lavender, with grey foliage. Introduced in 1950. The real one – vegetatively propagated from material from the original plants.
Very distinctive bushy purple flowers on stout stems which makes for a great cut flower.
This sweetly fragranced, very pale pink lavender looks fantastic with ‘Hidcote’. Order now for expected delivery early June.
Very similar to ‘Hidcote’, but with more silvery foliage and perhaps a slightly chunkier habit. Dark purple mildly scented flowers.