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The Genus Lavandula, edited by Tim Upson and Susyn Andrews, is the Lavender Bible, the bees’ knees of lavender books. A scholarly tome for the serious lavenderologist! Simon has contributed 3 chapters.
The Lavender Cookbook by Sharon Shipley. Inspirational mouthwatering lavender recipes. US publication. Size: 23cm (9in) x 21cm (8.5in). 192 pages. Put your culinary lavenders to good use!
A great little book with wonderful nuggets of history relating to lavender. Paperback.
At last the real ‘Twickel Purple’ makes a welcome return. This lavender has long purple flowers with an excellent fragrance. Green-grey foliage. A slightly more relaxed habit than the similar ‘Royal Purple’.
Subtle powder-blue flowers rise above green foliage and are topped with pale yellow ‘ears’. Spreading habit. Introduced from New Zealand in 2003.
A vigorous upright rosemary with white, blushed-blue flowers.
Distinctly different, with amazing yellow-green flowers and ‘ears’. Very green foliage with a strong and unusual lemon scent, particularly when bruised.
A great variegated lavender. The green-grey leaves have cream margins. Pale purple flowers. A good foil for the darker flowered short lavenders.
A lovely lavender with crinkly-eared purple flowers and pale purple ‘ears’. Introduced from Australia in 1992.
A striking upright rosemary with beautiful sky-blue flowers. Introduced from Corsica.
This exceptionally vigorous lavender has the most enormous blue flowers above grey foliage.