Herb Lavender

Grower's Comments: One of our favorite Herbs here at the Nursery

Summer

18 " to 24 ", depending on age and location

None

USDA Zone 5 to USDA Zone 10

Full sun to part sun


FUN FACTS

The name of lavender derives from the ancient Latin word ‘lavare’, meaning ‘to wash’; lavender was used as a ritual bathing herb in Roman times and was sure to leave everyone feeling and smelling great!.

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SizePrice
4 "$2.50
6 "$6.50

An aromatic herb with deep lavender-blue flowers. Uses include borders, as an accent plant, in containers along patios or porches, and dried in potpourri collections. Prefers fairly well drained soils.

Lavender plants will produce long-lasting, fragrant flowers in the summer months. The purple-blue blooms, for which the color lavender is named, will grow on sturdy stalks up to 24" tall depending on the variety. Lavender flower pollen is mildly allergic to some people although this is rare. Bees and butterflies find the aromatic blooms attractive.