Lavandula Angustifolia Hidcote Blue (7cm Modules)

Lavandula Angustifolia Hidcote Blue (7cm Modules)

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Lavendula angustifolia 'Hidcote', or as it's more commonly known, English lavender, is a small and aromatic evergreen shrub that produces narrow, tubular spikes throughout the summer months. This bushy dwarf evergreen shrub produces delightfully aromatic deep violet flowers, each sized around 3-4cm in length. Lavender is a brilliant pollinator attraction, inviting all kinds wildlife to it's scented blooms. A perfect option for planting along paths, in borders, or even in containers. Grows to an average height of 10-50cm in height and a spread of 50cm to 1m over 2-5 years. UK-grown 7cm module plants supplied.

Key Product Information

Season Interest Summer
Flower Colour Purple
Foliage Colour Green
Preferred Location
  • Suitable for planting in sunny locations
    sun
Positive attributes
  • Attracts Butterflies
    butterfly
  • Attracts Bees
    Attracts Bees
  • Suitable for growing in pots and containers
    container
  • Attracts Birds
    Attracts Birds
How Supplied UK-grown 7cm module plants
Delivery Delivery throughout April

Key Product Information

Delivery throughout April

Season Interest

Summer

Flower Colour

Purple

Foliage Colour

Green

Preferred Location
Suitable for planting in sunny locations
sun
How Supplied

UK-grown 7cm module plants

Flowering Time

  • J
  • F
  • M
  • A
  • M
  • J
  • J
  • A
  • S
  • O
  • N
  • D

Plant Size

Mature Height 60cm
Mature Spread 60cm
Annual Growth 60cm
Annual Growth

60cm

Mature Height

60cm

Mature Spread

60cm

Soil Type Well drained fertile soil.
Pruning Deadhead once flowers have faded
Soil Type

Well drained fertile soil.

Pruning

Deadhead once flowers have faded

Lavender can tolerate most types of soil, providing that it is relatively fertile and well drained. Locate in a sunny place to get the best of them, and are suitable for pots, borders or even rockeries. Best planted in April or May as the soil will be a a lot warmer. Avoid planting in cold and wet soil is it could rot the root. Space plants around 90cm apart if growing in groups. Water regularly, especially in dry weather. Carefully trim back in April. Flowers can be dried for potpourri.
  • Information
  • Key Product Information

    Season Interest Summer
    Flower Colour Purple
    Foliage Colour Green
    Preferred Location
    • Suitable for planting in sunny locations
      sun
    Positive attributes
    • Attracts Butterflies
      butterfly
    • Attracts Bees
      Attracts Bees
    • Suitable for growing in pots and containers
      container
    • Attracts Birds
      Attracts Birds
    How Supplied UK-grown 7cm module plants
    Delivery Delivery throughout April

    Key Product Information

    How Supplied

    UK-grown 7cm module plants

    Delivery throughout April

    Season Interest

    Summer

    Flower Colour

    Purple

    Foliage Colour

    Green

    Preferred Location
    Suitable for planting in sunny locations
    sun

    Flowering Time

    • J
    • F
    • M
    • A
    • M
    • J
    • J
    • A
    • S
    • O
    • N
    • D

    Plant Size

    Mature Height 60cm
    Mature Spread 60cm
    Annual Growth 60cm
    Annual Growth

    60cm

    Mature Height

    60cm

    Mature Spread

    60cm

    Planting Plant in prepared soil, with a hole large enough to firmly hold the module.
    Soil Type Well drained fertile soil.
    Pruning Deadhead as necessary to prolong flowering.
    Soil Type

    Well drained fertile soil.

    Pruning

    Deadhead once flowers have faded

  • Planting & growing Instructions
  • Lavender can tolerate most types of soil, providing that it is relatively fertile and well drained. Locate in a sunny place to get the best of them, and are suitable for pots, borders or even rockeries. Best planted in April or May as the soil will be a a lot warmer. Avoid planting in cold and wet soil is it could rot the root. Space plants around 90cm apart if growing in groups. Water regularly, especially in dry weather. Carefully trim back in April. Flowers can be dried for potpourri.
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