Lavender Angustifolia

Lavender Angustifolia

This species is the most valued of all lavenders both for its’ high quality oil the flowers produce and its beauty as a garden plant. The scent is unbeatable and widely used in perfumes and cosmetics. While its medicinal properties have been long known. It is the hardiest and easiest to grow of all lavender species, it can cope with everything the English weather can throw at it. An excellent ornamental plant for use in rose and herb gardens. Its also outstanding as hedging.

Growing hints

Lavender Angustifolia likes a sunny position with free draining soil, it prefers a neutral to alkaline soil. Prune the bushes as soon as the flowers start to fade and by the middle of August at the latest.

Origins

Native to the Pyrenees in Southern France, North Eastern Spain, Northern Italy and Switzerland.

 

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Rosemary "Rosmarinus"

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Needs full sun and well drained soil. Height and Spread in 10 years 90-120cm or more Learn More

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Lavender angustifolia 'MUNSTEAD'

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This is an old favourite, that first appeared in a plant catalogue in 1902, and was championed by the famous garden designer Gertrude Jekyll. It is thought that it may have been named after her Learn More

Lavender angustifolia 'THUMBELINA LEIGH'

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A cracking dwarf lavender with very short purple flowers. Great to pop in a pot, on the patio or brighten a spot at the front of a border. It will make a lovely compact neat hedge but will need Learn More

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Lavender angustifolia 'ASHDOWN FOREST'

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Pale blue flowers. Excellant grey-green foliage year round. Compact and bushy. Height 50cm Sold in 9cm pots Learn More

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Lavender angustifolia 'BLUE CUSHION'

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Profuse flowering in early June continues into late summer. Upstanding flower spikes appear well above the foliage, its deep blue flowers,which fade first to pale blue then grey. Height 30cm Width Learn More

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Lavender angustifolia 'HAVANNA'

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Compact and dark blue this selection has buds that appear frosted and bi-colour. Its foliage performs well through the winter. Height 50cm Sold in 9cm pots Learn More

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Lavender angustifolia 'LODDON BLUE'

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An excellant foliage plant with large grey-green leaves and mid purply-blue flowers. Height 45cm Sold in 9cm pots Learn More

Lavender angustifolia 'LODDON PINK'

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Sister to Loddon Blue raised before 1950 so has stood the test of time! Flowers are pinky-grey and fade to soft mauve and the foliage is again robust and grey-green. Height 60cm Sold in 9cm pots Learn More

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Lavender angustifolia FOLGATE

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Vibrant violet flowers Grey green foliage Ideal for hedging 24" (60 cm) high 22" (55cm) wide Sold in 9cm pots Learn More

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Lavender angustifolia 'ROSEA'

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Pink Flowered lavender with grey-green leaves, attractive to butterflies and bees. Flowers are best collected when just coming into bloom for sachets and pot-pourri. Sold in 9cm pots Learn More

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Lavender angustifolia 'LAVENITE PETITE'

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Unique pompom flowers of deepest blue on dwarf bushlets. Early bloomer for containers, edging and the tiniest of borders. Sold in 9cm pots Learn More

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Lavender angustifolia 'HIDCOTE'

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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 Learn More

 

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