White Lavender plants make a delightful low hedge, producing spikes of white flowers over grey-green, evergreen foliage. This fragrant and popular hedging plant makes a wonderful, sensory addition to any design.
Lavandula angustifolia 'Arctic Snow' is a popular hedging plant that boasts white flowers and grey-green foliage that provides year round interest. The flowers are of great interest to insects, with bees becoming a regular visitor.
Planted along a pathway or bordering a garden, White Lavender creates a fragrant hedge that offers year round interest. This low growing hedge is ideal for wildlife and sensory gardens.
Grow it alone or combine with other Lavenders for a splash of purple and blue colour.
Lavandula angustifolia 'Arctic Snow' hedging has an average growth rate and will achieve between 20-40cm every year. White Lavender is ideal for compact hedges of approximately 60-80cm tall
When planted properly most hedges need little attention - view our hedge planting advice here. White Lavender should be pruned after flowering in late August in order to develop new foliage in time for winter. A handy hint - Dont forget to feed your White Lavender hedges after planting - view our care advice section for more information.
For information on planting density please see the product table above. In the 'No. Per Metre' column you will find our recommended plant density for each individual plant species and root type. You can find out about planting density here.
The bulk of our White Lavender hedges are UK grown by our experts who have years of nursery growing experience. Occasionally, we source White Lavender hedging plants from outside of the UK, in this instance, we make certain that our suppliers cannot be beaten on quality. At best4hedging we strive to make sure that your hedging plants reach you in the freshest condition and that they are of the highest standard hedging plants, all whilst protecting our excellent prices. Rest assured, you can buy White Lavender hedging plants online with absolute confidence.