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Five lavender scented tealights and one glass holder.
Refreshing and cleansing shower gel made with our own lavandin oil. SLS, SLES, Parabens, Petroleum, Lanolin and Synthetics free. Size: 275ml.
Chunky glycerine soap for simply smelling or fondling or even for washing with! This soap is now white. Made at Downderry. Sold in a cellophane bag. Size: 6cm (2.5in) diameter.
A bright little lavender with quite fragrant pale pink flowers. Green-grey foliage. Foliage greener than ‘Lady Ann’. UK selection and introduction 1998.
An excellent short hedging lavender with fragrant mid-purple-blue flowers above grey-green foliage. Introduced in 1963.
A perfect lavender with a proper blue hue to the sweetly fragrant flowers when they’re in full bloom. Grey-green foliage. NZ selection.
The world’s most widely grown angustifolia for oil. Very highly scented. Long mid-purple flowers above grey foliage. Introduced from France.
A graceful rosemary with wonderful pink speckled flowers and small narrow pale green leaves. Hardy to -10°C.
A great ground-cover rosemary with distinctive revolute (curled under at the edges) leaves and pale blue speckled flowers. Hardy to -10°C.
A real marshmallow of a lavender with beautiful furry calyces and mellow purple, mildly scented flowers.
A very attractive lavender with deliciously sweetly-scented foliage.
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 original upright rosemary with narrow, blue-speckled flowers.
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.
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.