Awards: RHS AGM Foliage: Evergreen and narrow silver-grey leaves. Flower: Deep violet-purple flowers in a dense display on 3-4cm spikes Scent: Highly fragrant. Hardiness: Prone to frost. Aspect: A sheltered spot facing south, east or west. Ease of maintenance: Extremely easy. Pruning: Can be pruned throughout the year. Cut stems back after flowering Drought Resistance: Good Soil pH: Acid, through neutral to alkaline. Soil Type: Clay, loam, sand or chalk – must be well-drained Moisture: Plant in a moist, well-drained soil. Light: Full sun. Compactness: Bushy, dwarf Lavender. Height: 0.1m-0.5m. Width: 0.1m-0.5m. Rate of Growth: Average. Look out for: Rosemary leaf beetle, cuckoo spit (froghoppers) and grey moulds
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