Hardy to 25 ° F Lavender-blue flower spikes. Narrow foliage. Compact form. 2'x2'
|Lavandula angustifolia: ‘Baby Blue’||6-8” stalks of deep purple flowers. Fragrant. Compact gray foliage. Dwarf.||12''X15''|
|Lavandula angustifolia: ‘Betty's Blue’||Dark purple flowers dry very well. Silver-gray leaves. Compact.||18''X20''|
|Lavandula angustifolia: ‘Blue Cushion’||Deep Blue flowers on 6” spikes. Very free flowering. Dwarf..||12''X16''|
|Lavandula angustifolia: ‘Bowles Early’||Lavender flowers. Compact gray foliage. Same as ‘Bowles’.||24"X36''|
|Lavandula angustifolia: ‘Buena Vista’||Long stemmed, dark violet flower heads. Exceptional fragrance. Excellent drying. Blooms continuously summer and into fall.||18''X24''|
|Lavandula angustifolia: ‘Croxton's Wild’||Light Blue spikes w/lovely fragrance. Vigorous, nicely shaped. Very hardy.||20''X24''|
|Lavandula angustifolia: ‘Fiona’||Very dark purple flowers on 810” stems, beautiful silver foliage and compact growth habit, very fragrant.||20''-24''|
|Lavandula angustifolia: ‘HIdcote Blue’||Deep purple, fragrant flowers. Small silvery leaves. Slow grower. Same plant as ‘HIdcote’.||18''X24''|
|Lavandula angustifolia: ‘HIdcote Pink’||Grayer foliage, more compact flower head & deeper pink flowers than ‘Jean Davis’. Semidwarf.||18''X20''|
|Lavandula angustifolia: ‘Irene Doyle’||Short lavender-Blue spikes. Very fragrant. Blooms in June then second heavy bloom in September.||18''X20''|
|Lavandula angustifolia: ‘Jean Davis’||Dainty rose-pink flowers. Gray-green foliage. Very round, semi dwarf bush.||20''X24''|
|Lavandula angustifolia: ‘Lady’||6-8” stalks of medium violet flowers. Blooms 1st year from seed. Becomes rangy after the 2nd year, so plant often.||12''X14''|
|Lavandula angustifolia: ‘Martha Roderick’||Bright violet flowers. Fragrant. Large gray leaves. Beautiful mounding habit.||18''X20''|
|Lavandula angustifolia: ‘Melissa’||Unique flowers of pink & white. Fragrant. Compact plant. Blooms early and long. Introduced by Van Hevelingen.||20''X24''|
|Lavandula angustifolia: ‘Munstead’||Bright, deep lavender-Blue flowers (lighter than ‘HIdcote’). Very fragrant. Early bloomer.||14''X14''|
|Lavandula angustifolia: ‘Premier’||Large, fluffy violet flowers. Strong flower stems. Thick bright green foliage. Vigorous. Blooms early in summer also August-September.||18''X24''|
|Lavandula angustifolia: ‘Royal Purple’||Dark deep purple fragrant flowers. Compact gray foliage. Good for hedging. An introduction from Norfolk Lavender in England.||18''X20''|
|Lavandula angustifolia: ‘Royal Velvet’||12-14”, deep purple flower spikes with long flower heads. Compact gray foliage. Excellent form for dried flower bouquet.||18''X20''|
|Lavandula angustifolia: ‘Sachet’||Dark violet blooms. Wonderfully fragrant. Neat, symmetrical habit. Blooms in June and again in August-September.||18''X24''|
|Lavandula angustifolia: ‘Sarah’||Bright, dark violet flowers on 12” stems. Very floriferous 2nd year.||18''X24''|
|Lavandula angustifolia: ‘Seal's Seven Oaks’||Bright lavender flowers on 10-12” spikes. Fragrant. Compact grower. One of the first English lavenders to bloom. Re blooms in fall.||20''X24''|
|Lavandula angustifolia: ‘Twickel Purple’||Long, bright lavender-Blue flower heads. Fanlike blooming habit. Fragrant.||18''X20''|
Lavandula x intermedia is a hybrid lavender that is a cross of Lavandula angustifolia with Lavandula latifolia. These hybrids, frequently called LAVANDIN, originated as a natural cross and were initially developed in France as early as the 1820s for their heightened oil content. Lavandula x intermedia is quite a large shrub and one of the most fragrant. Counting its slender spikes of flowers, most reach a height of five feet tall and about eight feet wide. It is in full flower by mid-July and continues to flower well into autumn, even through a couple of frosts.
Cultivars between Lavandula angustifolia and Lavandula latifolia commonly called LAVANDIN. Long, mauve flower spikes, good for lavender wands. Broad foliage. One of the tallest lavenders. 3'X4'
|Lavandula x intermedia 'Dilly Dilly’||Beautiful 24” long flower spikes of lightest purple top dense medium graygreen foliage. Compact, rounded shape works well for hedges..||12''X24''|
|Lavandula x intermedia 'Dutch'||Long, light lavender flower spikes. Extremely fragrant. Beautiful, mounding, large lavender w/broader, foliage more silvery than ‘Dutch Mill’.||36"X48''|
|Lavandula x intermedia 'Fat Spike’||Distinct from ‘Grosso’, flowers are larger and slightly darker in color making it an excellent cut, dried flower, extremely fragrant.||20''X24''|
|Lavandula x intermedia 'Fred Boutin’||Long, violet flowers. Very fragrant. Beautiful, compact, silvergray foliage has one of the most attractive winter foliage of all the lavenders. One of the last lavenders to bloom.||18''X20''|
|Lavandula x intermedia 'Grosso’||A commercial cultivar raised in France for oil production. Tight, silvery foliage with 12-24” spikes of violet flowers, fanlike blooming habit, very fragrant. Highly recommended.||20''X24''|
|Lavandula x intermedia 'Provence’||Long flower spikes of mauve flowers. Excellent for lavender wands and potpourris.||24"X36''|
|Lavandula x intermedia 'Seal’||A tall growing variety with mauve flowers, known for its ability to produce large numbers of flower spikes per plant. Very free blooming.||36"X48''|
White woolly stems and leaves. Flower spikes are deep purple, 14” long. Balsamic scent. 3'
|Lavandula angustifolia x lanata: ‘Jennifer’||Frosted gray flower buds open to lovely Blue-violet flowers. Downy silver foliage. Similar to L. ‘Lisa Marie’ but is more vigorous, has larger flower heads and nicer shape. Chance seedling from Van Hevelingen.||12''X15''|
|Lavandula angustifolia x lanata: ‘Richard Gray’||Very fragrant dark violet flowers open on felt covered buds, 12” flower stalks. Densely white felted leaves remain attractive all winter.||15"X18''|
|Lavandula angustifolia x lanata: ‘Sawyers’||Broad wands of very fragrant deep purple blossoms in summer. Densely felted woolly leaves. Ever gray. Recent introduction from England. Susceptible to wet.||18''X20''|
|Lavandula angustifolia x lanata: ‘Silver Frost’||Sprays of 15” spikes topped w/large heads of fragrant dark violet flowers in whitish woolly calyces in JuneJuly. Beautiful white woolly foliage is ever gray..||12''X15''|
Spanish Lavender forms a pretty little shrub, with narrow leaves and very small, dark violet flowers, terminated with a tuft of bright colored leaflets, which makes it very attractive.
Hardy to at least 20° F Pinecone shaped flowers with deep purple bracts, rosemary-lavender scent. Blooms in April. 18''X24''
|Lavandula stoechas ‘Blue Star’||A new Lavandula stoechas cultivar from Germany. Very large, plump, dark plum colored flower heads with purplish-Blue top bracts on short stalks. Very vigorous, compact plant.||20''X24''|
|Lavandula stoechas ‘Kew Red’||Plump fuchsia-red flowers topped by pale pink bracts from spring through midsummer.||24"X36''|
|Lavandula stoechas ‘Madrid Blue’||Lavender-Blue flowers and top bract. The Madrid Series*, have a compact growth habit, large flowers and a long bloom period.||24"|
|Lavandula stoechas ‘Madrid Pink’||Magenta flowers w/lighter pink top bracts. Similar to ‘Peter’s Pink’ but the flowers are slightly larger.||24"|
|Lavandula stoechas ‘Madrid Purple’||Great compact form with showy deep purple flowers and a light purplish-pink top bract.||24"|
|Lavandula stoechas ‘Madrid White’||Clean white flowers and top bracts. Larger, more elongated flower head than species.||24"|
|Lavandula stoechas ‘Otto Quast’||Large flower heads with dark purple bracts and bright violet top bracts.||18''X24''|
|Lavandula stoechas ‘Wings of Night’||A cultivar with darker purple bracts and a slightly darker purple top bract. Seems to be a slightly smaller version of the species.||18''X20''|
Mauve flowers. Green, toothed foliage. Very fragrant. Scent has a more menthol, balsamic, or eucalyptus quality. 2'X3'
|Lavandula dentata ‘Linda Ligon’||Variegated, toothed foliage. Mauve flowers.||2'X3'|
|Lavandula dentata ‘Goodwin Creek Grey’||Wooly grey foliage. Developed at Goodwin Creek Nursery in Southern Oregon. Long stalks of Blue-gray flowers. Superb wooly gray foliage. Hardy to at least 10°F.||20''X24''|
Smells like a rosemary and lavender blend; pinecone shaped flower heads with creamy yellow bracts. 20''X24''