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Lavendula angustifolia, commonly known as lavender, has a delightful scent that you can smell upon crushing the flowers. To scent rooms or bedding, crush the dried flowers just before needed to release the essential oils. Dried nosegays were used to ward off the plague, and the leaves and flowers were strewn on the floor to repell insects and mask unwanted odors in old London. The Romans evidently used lavender in their bathwater; the word is derived from the latin word "lava" to wash.
This open plant is an early flowering selection with more blue in the flowers. Dwarf Munstead is the most aromatic of the English lavenders, giving off a sweet anad delicate perfume. It is great for drying, hung by itself or with other tiny flowers. Plant height: 38cm (15").
HR1096 A (0.125g) approximately 112 seeds
HR1096 B (0.5g) approximately 442 seeds
HR1096 C (2g) approximately 1800 seeds
HR1096 D (10g) approximately 9000 seeds
Uniform and distinctive, 'Sancho Panza' blooms from June to Septmeber on shrubby bushes that grow 35cm (14") tall. This variety of French lavender has a fantastic fragrance and dries particularly well. It works well in containers, but especially well in mass plantings.
HR1093 A (0.1g) approximately 116 seeds
Lady Lavender flowers reliably from seed the first year. The soft green compact plants are topped with masses of lavender blue flower spikes by late summer. Best treated as an annual in Zones 5 and northward. This English lavender is an AAS award winner.
HR1095 A (0.1g) approximately 102 seeds
HR1095 B (0.5g) approximately 511 seeds
HR1095 C (2g) approximately 2046 seeds
CERTIFIED ORGANIC! Beautiful, deep mauve flowers with an intense, pungent lavender perfume on compact perennial bushes. An English lavender type.
HR1094 A (0.15g) approximately 120 seeds
HR1094 B (0.5g) approximately 400 seeds
HR1094 C (2g) approximately 1600 seeds