Lavandula x intermedia 'Provence'
[French Lavender]

Size (ships bareroot) - Gallon

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Height Light
18 - 24 in. Sun Mid Summer Lavender 5 - 9

Generally called French lavender and one of the best for bouquets, potpourri, and culinary uses. Lavender is a bushy shrub with aromatic, silver-gray leaves and spiked, lavender purple leaves. Provence is one of the larger lavenders producing masses of fragrant, intense purple-blue blossoms atop silver-green foliage from midsummer through early fall. More tolerant of damp winter soils.


Will benefit from the addition of calcium (lime or shells) and DRAINAGE is a must. Limestone in the bottom of the planting hole is a good idea. The majority of herbs are relatively pest and disease free and require little more than a well-drained sunny site, lots of room, and moderately fertile soil to thrive. Adding organic matter to the soil regularly will help provide consistent nutrients. Avoid nitrogen-rich fertilizers.

Other Attributes:
Pollinator Friendly Deer Resistant
Fragrant Good cut flower
Dries well Attracts butterflies
Long season interest

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