Lavender angustifolia 'HIDCOTE'
Lavender angustifolia 'HIDCOTE' RHS AGM (cup logo) 2002
A wonderful low growing plant with dark violet flowers and strong, grey green foliage. 'Hidcote' was introduced by Major Lawrence Johnston and named after Hidcote Manor in Glouscestershire.
It first received a Royal Horticultural Society award of garden merit in 1932 and was re-confirmed in trials in 2002 when it held as leader of the pack against all of the newly introduced lavenders. A lavender which will never go out of fashion.
Height 40cmSold in 9cm pots