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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.
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.
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A really compact little plant with faintly scented mid-purple flowers. Grey-green foliage.
An early dark purple flowered cultivar with a liquid, flowing movement in a summer breeze.
A very floriferous and neat lavender that make an exceptionally fine hedge. An early cultivar used in oil production.
A truly heavenly lavender, with pale purple flowers and typical cottage garden appeal. It is rare to find this true form.
‘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.
A delightful, compact, pale purple-pink-flowered lavender with flat, slightly rubbery, foliage.
A beautiful, well-behaved lavender. Very neat and tidy with lovely rich purple flowers topped with yellow-white ‘ears’ and a wonderfully sweetly scented foliage.
An arching prostrate habit with masses of pale blue speckled flowers. Spread to 150cm (60in).
This lavender conjures up a real feeling of Provence, despite coming from Canada! Pale purple flowers with a very fragrant, sweetly floral scent.