Lavandula angustifolia Little Lady

Lavandula Little Lady is a lovely compact English lavender. One of the earliest to flower it has pale blue flowers from May to August. It is an ideal plant for the edge of a sunny border,hedge or container. Attracts Bees and other pollinators.

Common Name:  English Lavender.
Family:  Lamiceae.
Description: Shruby Perennial.

Plant Characteristics
Plant Type: Lavandula angustifolia Little lady.
Habit:Compact shrub.
Fragrance: Lavender!

Flower:Lilac /blue
Foliage: Silver scented.

Ultimate Height: 40cms.
Ultimate spread: 40cms.
Time to ultimate height:  2 years.

Light:  Full.
Aspect: Full sun in free draining soil.

Plant Resilience
Hardiness: Full.
Low maintenance:  
Drought resistant: Needs little moisture.

Soil Type
Soil PH: Alkaline/Neutral.
Moisture: Needs little moisture.

Season of interest: Late spring/summer.

Suggested planting locations and garden types:




scented garden.

herb garden.

How to care
Pruning:Cut back to new growth in March.
Pests: None.


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