Vines, Creepers, Perennials, Grass and Ferns: Lavandula (Lavender)

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Lavandula angustifolia 'Munstead'

English Lavender is a favourite in the perennial and herb garden with it's fragrant deep blue flowers and attractive grey-green foliage. Lovely in containers as well (good drainage is a necessity to prevent root rot!). Light pruning in spring

Lavandula stoechas 'Blueberry Ruffles'

Spanish or French Lavender selection from the new Australian "Ruffles and Laces" series. Blueberry Ruffles does its name proud: an abundance of blueberry light violet blue flower spikes with wavy brats uniquely tinged with pink on top. Butterflies bees and are attracted to these unusual ruffled flowers. Plans become drought-tolerant once established; can be cut down (by 30%) in spring to maintain bushyness! "Ruffles and Laces" cultivars are known for their colourful, ruffled blooms, early & repeat blooming and cultural improvements such as better heat, humidity and drought tolerance.

Lavandula stoechas 'Violet Lace'

Violet Lace Spanish lavender from Australian breeder Plant Haven with a somewhat taller habit than the "Ruffles Series". Fragrant foliage and flowers.