Lavenders are perhaps the most loved plants in our gardens. These aromatic, evergreen shrubs have soft grey-green foliage and long-stemmed spikes of fragrant flowers, which appear from spring to late summer depending on the variety you choose.
The flowers generally have a very high oil and nectar content which bees love, so they are a great addition if you want to attract wildlife to your garden.
They form a billowy edging as they tumble out over pathways and lawns where their delicious scent will escape as you brush past them. They can tolerate drought and enjoy sun and well-drained soil.
All our plants are sold in 9cm pots
Lavandula a. Arctic Snow
Glistening white flowers blanket neat mounds of dense mild green foliage. Suitable for use in borders and containers. Makes a compact and attractive fragrant hedge.
Lavandula a. Blue Cushion
Blue-green foliage forms compact, cushion-like mounds that are topped with a profusion of upright flowerspikes for several months from midsummer.
Lavandula a. Elisabeth
Large dark lavender-purple flowerheads are produced on strong stems in summer. Robust evergreen silvery foliage. Wonderful as a hedge or specimen. Flowers are very fragrant and make excellent stems for cutting and pot pourri.
Lavandula a. Hidcote
Vibrant violet flowers in early summer and grey green foliage. The classic "English Lavender" commonly used for low hedges and in border plantings.
Lavandula a. Imperial Gem
Fragrant dark violet flowers are produced in summer above grey-green foliage. A plant of bushy habit that is ideal for hedges and borders.
Lavandula a. Lavenite Petite
Very compact habit and many more short flower spikes than most angustifolias. Dark blue flowers are produced in early summer.
Lavandula a. Little Lady
Very free flowering selection with clear light blue flowers. Hardy and compact in habit.
Lavandula a. Loddon Blue
A robust Lavender which has excellent fragrant foliage and mid purply-blue flowers. Attracts bees and butterflies. Fragrant. Flowers may be cut and dried.
Lavandula a. Loddon Pink
This variety has been grown in England since before 1950. Flowers are pinky-grey and fade to soft mauve and the foliage is robust and grey-green.Attracts bees and butterflies. Fragrant. Flowers may be cut and dried.
Lavandula a. Miss Katherine
The most fragrant and deepest shade of all pink-flowered forms with a distinctive silvery hue. Grey-green foliage. Flowers throughout the summer.
Lavandula a. Munstead
A very old and classic English Lavender variety that produces violet-blue flowers in summer. Ideal for hedges and growing in borders.
Lavandula a. Rosea
Dense spikes of fragrant, rose-pink flowers appear in summer above slender, steely, grey-green foliage. It makes a gorgeous, flowering, informal hedge, especially along a path, where its fragrance can be appreciated.
Lavandula a. Thumbelina Leigh
A compact and rounded plant that produced masses of violet-blue flowers in late spring. It carries a strong fragrance and can repeat flower late in summer if pruned after flowering.
Lavandula a. Twickel Purple
Long, purple flowers with great fragrance. Its long flower stems give it a casual look when mature. Good for cutting and drying.
Lavandula i. Grosso
This vigorous English lavender produces masses of slender spikes of vivid violet flowers between July and August, above grey-green leaves.
Lavandula i. Walberton's Silver Edge
A variegated, bushy lavender with grey-green centres and cream outer margins. Short, compact spikes and dark lavender-violet flowers. Suitable as an ornamental, hedging or back-of-border plant.
Lavandula s. Helmsdale
Dark, burgundy-purple flowers are produced in abundance in spring and intermittently throughout the summer and autumn. Very aromatic foliage.
Lavandula s. Kew Red
Plump, cerise-crimson aromatic flowers are topped by lighter pink flags from April to September. Aromatic foliage.
Lavandula s. Regal Splendour
Purple-violet flags with royal purple flowerheads on a plant with excellent green foliage which is highly aromatic. A good compact habit makes this plant ideal as a patio pot plant or in front of a border. Will repeat flower in mid to late autumn.
The most architectural of all Lavenders. Finely cut silvery-green foliage and distinctive, long stemmed, trident-like flower heads virtually all year round. Blue flowers. Ideal for containers.