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About Larger Lavender Plants

These slow-growing varieties are fragrant, decorative, hardy, easy to maintain and highly drought resistant. All variants need just full sun and any well-draining soil to give of their best. They offer a delightful variety of foliage and flowers and, perhaps most important, flowering times that stretch from May to early September.

Popular Larger Lavender Plants

Lavender Dwarf Blue

If space is at a premium then the Dwarf Blue is ideal to create a trim lavender border or boundary. Plant pots 25cm apart to form an attractive and fragrant hedge or define or highlight an area of the garden.

Lavender Grosso

Bushy, vigorous and late-flowering – its tall, fragrant and long-lasting light blue/violet flower spikes appear from August. This large 10l container makes an immediate impression.

Lavender Imperial Gem

Lavender imperial gem produces deep purple flowers from early to late summer, contrasting well with grey stems that are robust and of medium height.

Hedge Guide

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The HedgeXpress Hedge Guide will first help you to decide which hedging or edging plants best suit your garden both horticulturally and aesthetically and then show you how to give your new plants the best possible start.

Our Click & Collect Service

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You can click and collect your order for free from our nursery in Bampton, Oxfordshire from Monday to Friday between 9am and 4pm. Simply place your order online and select the “Click & Collect” shipping option, or call us to discuss your needs.

Do You Have A Question?

If you need help in deciding the best hedge, shrub or lavender plant to purchase for your garden then please give us a call to discuss your requirements on 01993 850979 and we will be happy to help.