The Toughest Lavender Plant - The Phenomenal Lavender. The electric blue, candelabra-shaped Canary Island varieties. French lavenders, bloom almost continuously here. Deadheading the French varieties will force new blooms from lower down the stem.
If you& looking for a beautiful addition to your garden that requires very little maintenance while offering a bountiful harvest year after year, then lavender is the plant for you! Learn what variety fits with your region and the best tips to grow it
'Betty's Blue' English Lavender-This adaptable lavender stands out because of its habit: It grows in a decidedly rounded mound and produces large spikes of dark purple-blue flowers in late spring and early summer. 'Betty's Blue' is a compact variety that
LAVANDULA 'Boysenberry Ruffles' From the new 'Ruffles & Laces' series. Dusty pink with deeper centers. The bracts atop the flower heads are larger than normal and have distinctly rippled margins giving the unusual ruffled appearance.
Cold hardy lavender might need a little more TLC if you don’t have a reliable snow pack, but there are still lavender plants for zone 4 growers available. Click here to find out about lavender varieties for cold climates and information about growing lavender in zone 4.