French Lavender


French Lavender is a quick growing mid-sized plant to 1 metre tall by the same wide. The grey scented foliage is a good contrast plant in the garden. In warm climates it will flower most of the year with lilac coloured scented flowers. It makes a good informal hedging plant.


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Lavandula dentata

Lavandula dentata, also called Fringed Lavender or French Lavender, is a flowering plant native to the Mediterranean regions of Europe. The plant forms mid-sized perennial shrub to 1 metre by 1 metre wide. The grey lance shaped leaves and flowers are aromatic and have been used in potpourri, dried flower arrangements and for making essential oils. In warm climates north of Sydney French Lavender will flower most of the year, in cooler climates it will flower in spring, summer and autumn. Most Lavender’s prefer a free draining soil in a sunny aspect. They are also very drought tolerant.


Height & Width

1 metre X 1 metre

Flowers and Fruit

Flowers most of the year in warm climates, in colder climates it will flower spring to autumn

Aspect

Best in full sun to very light shade

Soil Type

A wide range of soil type from loam to free draining clays.

Maintenance

Dead head spent flowers if untidy, lightly trim to shape

Planting Rates

1 to 3 plants per m2

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