Online Catalogue | Lavender Hedging (Lavandula angustifolia)
Click here for a chart of species characteristics to help you chooseThis is the old fashioned variety of english Lavender hedge plant with blue/grey evergreen foliage and tall pale lavender coloured flower spikes. which are highly perfumed and very atrractive to bees. It's a wonderful plant at the edge of a path where the perfume can be appreciated. We also have Hidcote which is a more compact plant with darker purple flowers in the next section down.Lavender doesn't last for ever (about 10 years is good) but to keep Lavender hedging in good condition, you should prune after flowering (September) but make sure you dont cut into old wood. It will then grow a bit after the pruning which gives the plant a bit of new growth giving it a fluffy appearance over winter. Lavender is most at home in warm dry conditions, so plant in a sunny well drained area and make sure you don't over-water it. Ideally it should be planted so that heavy rainwater can run away from the roots (on a little soil mound)We recommend planting 3 per metre for a row of little hillocks or 4/5 per metre for a solid hedge appearance (which can be achieved in the second year).These plants will flower in the first summer after planting.Don't forget to order RootGrow and/or Bonemeal.New range of beautiful topiary now available.
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