Unique Blue-Lavender Color with a Sweet Scent!
• Easy to grow- Thrives on neglect
• Adapts to many soils and climates
• Fragrant flowers
• Pest & disease resistant
You Don't Find This Blue Very Often in Landscaping
You'll get a sea of tiny bluish/purple blooms all spring. You often see these plants in the front yards of high end homes- landscapers like to make a statement with them. You can line your walkways, surround your garden, or add them to your patio. This unique color looks great just about anywhere!
Clip Off a Few Blooms and Bring Them Indoors
Be sure to get plenty of plants, because you'll want to snip off a few stalks for indoors. Put them in a vase and put it in your kitchen... or you can use them as potpourri. They're like a natural air freshener!
Easy to Grow
Plant in loamy soil with good drainage in full sunlight. Aside from plenty of sunshine, the lavender requires little attention. After it blooms, cut it back a little to encourage bushy growth. Lavender is drought and heat tolerant. Itís also deer and rabbit resistant, while its sweet perfume attracts butterflies.