Big Time Blue Lavender Collection 3- Piece
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Lavender is a universally beloved plant; men and women of all ages adore the elegant fragrant foliage that is topped with deeply colored flowers. Big Time Blue takes that color profile to the next level bringing the deepest blue flowers we've ever grown on a lavender. This English lavender is pure garden perfection! Strong upright stems of dark green foliage make this the ultimate plant to line walkways, plant amongst rockeries, on slopes, or in containers on patios and porches. An abundance of big flower wands all summer will make this brand new lavender one of your favorite plants in the garden.
|Botanical Name:||Lavendula x intermedia||Common Name:||Lavender||Hardiness Zone:||5-10: Cold Tolerance: -15F||Sun Shade:||Full Sun||SKU:||LAVENDERBIGTIMEBLUE3/ Perennial||Bloom Time:||Summer through Fall-2nd Season||Cultivar:||Purple 3 Pc||HT/WD:||12-24in / 12-16 in||Special:||Extremely fragrant; mosquito repellent; long blooming and long lived; tall flowering stalks have many uses; evergreen, aromatic foliage||Uses:||Landscape, patio containers, excellent plant for attracting beneficial insects into the garden, fresh or dried bouquets, herb gardens, edging, walkway||Growing Guides:||Grosso Lavender||Ships:||3.5" square x 4" deep||Shipping Schedule:||Ships in the fall- estimated ship time Zone 3-4- Early September Zone 5-6- Mid September Zone 7- Late September Zone 8-11-Zone Map|
Staying compact it never gets out of hand like some other varieties of lavender can. It's stature is neat and tidy, but its flowers are big and bold! Easily the most compact hardy lavender Roberta's has seen, making it more versatile than ever. Flower wands are up to 4" in length is what makes this selection superior to other hardy lavenders. Because it is more compact and, it will begin blooming earlier than others!
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Shear back and remove only 1/3 of the plant in spring to rejuvenate new growth. The foliage will take on a silver-grey appearance throughout the winter season, but will remain evergreen even in the harshiest winters. It will become woody and you may need to remove some dead wood in early spring. Reframe from dividing this woody perennial though. This plant will even benefit from a gravel mulch as it prefers a dry, well-draining soil bed as opposed to an overly moist one.