The Toughest Lavender Plant
The Phenomenal Lavender is the only variety that...
• resists both hot summers and tough winters
• refuses to die back during the winter
• stands up against most diseases that kill other varieties
• repels deer
• one of the most fragrant lavender varieties
The Phenomenal Lavender puts the fun back in growing lavender plants. It stands tough against all the elements that took the fun out of growing other varieties.
Named a "Must Grow" by Better Homes and Gardens
It is particularly tough and able to withstand hot, dry environments. It's even unaffected by cold, heat, deer, mildew, pests, rabbits, humidity, disease, and crown rot. This plant's resilience makes it a perfect choice for gardens of all sizes and varieties.
Looks Great in Any Garden
Phenomenal Lavender is versatile and has many different uses. It attracts butterflies and works well as the focal point of any garden. Grows three feet tall and three feet wide. It grows year round and can be used fresh, dried and even as an essential oil.
Fresh Aroma and Signature Blue-Purple Flowers
It harbors the signature purplish-blue flowers of lavender, as well as the aroma. It is a good choice to boost the aesthetic value of the garden. The Phenomenal Lavender blooms in mid-summer and can be grown in clay soil, loam soil, sandy soil, or dry soil, though it thrives best with soil that drains well. The silvery-green leaves can be used in cooking and also has several medicinal uses. It does need exposure to the sun to flourish.
Thrives on Neglect!
Be careful not to water too much, as it is made to handle extreme conditions. This beautiful plant also mixes well with other plants so it is the perfect addition to any garden or landscaping project as the focal point or as a filler between other plants and flowers. The lavender scent is known to have relaxing properties for people of all ages. When used as a tea, it is a great way to enjoy the taste and fragrance at the same time.
Put these plants anywhere you want to repel bugs- mosquitoes, flies, fleas and ticks all stay away from lavender plants. Pot them up and put them around your patio or living spaces for a fragrant insect repellent!