Lavender Dwarf Blue is a robust cultivar of Lavandula Angustifolia – commonly known as the English Lavender. It is a compact and highly fragrant evergreen that offers uniform growth. Its flowers are light blue on shortish stems that proliferate from mid to late summer. Removing old flowers will encourage the appearance of new ones. It overwinters well and is therefore an excellent and more reliable alternative to the similar, but far less hardy, Lavandula Angustifolia Munstead.
Lavender Dwarf Blue plants are easy to keep tidily squared off or alternatively left to form a more natural and informal flowering border or boundary hedge. It also grows well in pots, tubs and rockeries.
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