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A stunning improved version of ‘Kew Red’ with the same scrumptious cerise-crimson flowers.
A robust spreading plant with pale blue speckled flowers.
This pale purple-flowered lavender has the longest flowers of any hardy lavender in our collection. Stunning when planted en masse.
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.
Long purple flowers with an excellent fragrance. Green-grey foliage. ‘Royal Purple’ is a very good substitute.
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 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.