Lavender

Unbranched flower spikes bloom from June to September. Butterflies and bees love them! Mass for a dramatic display; grow singly as a lovely accent; plant a fragrant border; grow by the seaside with rosemary and sunroses. For sachets, harvest just as blossoms show color, dry in a cool, dark airy spot, and enjoy…

Please note: The best time to prune English Lavender is in february (this will stimulate more branching). Cut back by 1/3 into the main branching for best results!

  • Feed with E.B. Stone Rose & Flower food
  • Grow in containers or in the ground in full sun
  • Companion plants: nepeta, santolina, verbena