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Lavender Plants


Now Lavender Plants in one Gallon Sizes for the Phenomenal, Grosso, ProvenceMunstead and Hidcote Lavender Plant Varieties!

Our lavender plant varieties are great for growing one plant or a lavender hedge. Define a garden or border a landscape with these small shrubs. Lavender plants are the perfect choice of shrubs for sun. Here at Greenwood Nursery, you can buy lavender plants online













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The English Lavender Plants are early bloomers beginning in mid spring. Once they complete their first round of blooming, they typically begin again. So for all season blooming, plant Munstead and Hidcote. The Hidcote Lavender variety grows especially well in cooler climates.

Spanish Lavender Plants typically bloom around mid to late spring. Our Spanish Lavender, the Kew Red, is also referred to as Rabbit Ears or Butterfly Lavender because of the petals at the top of the bloom much like tiny pineapples. The blooms are not as sweet smelling as other lavender varieties so they will not attract swarms of flying insects, yet honeybees seem to enjoy them. This variety is note worthy, because it performs better in humid areas than other lavenders.

French Lavender Plants are cultivars of Lavandin (lavandula x intermedia) which are cultivated mostly in France for their oils. Both Grosso and Provence are excellent choices for strong fragrant buds and for craft projects such as drying for bouquets and wands. Grosso is especially cold hardy.

The favorite edible lavender varieties are the Munstead and Provence.

As with most other Mediterranean based herbs, lavender prefer dry sandy soil. When planting in clay or other dense soil, dig the hole an inch or two deeper than the root system and fill that space with coarse sand for better drainage. Also, mix sand into the soil that will be filling in the hole around the root system. Allow the top part of the root system to sit just slightly above the ground.

The first year lavender should be kept clipped back so that it does not produce blooms. This forces all its energy into plant growth, creating beautiful large plants for the second growing season.

 View our video with Tips on Growing Lavender on Greenwood's YouTube Channel: Click Here!

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