Scientific Name: Lavandula stoechas
Common Name: Spanish Lavender
Hardiness Degree: 0°F (-17.8°C)
Blooming Season: Early Spring, Summer, Spring, Late Spring
Plant Habit: Mounded
Characteristics: Low Maintenance
Fertilize: Every two weeks
Spacing: 12 - 14" (30 - 36cm)
Height: 7 - 9" (18 - 23cm)
Width: 10 - 12" (25 - 30cm)
General Information: Lots of flowers in Spring and Summer attract butterflies and honeybees.
Sturdy, bushy plants grow low to the ground, so plant them near the front of a border or in patio planters to enjoy the lavender fragrance.
Plug crop time: 6 to 7 weeks
Transplant to finish: 11 to 14 weeks (28 to 35 weeks overwintered, only in high light/low humidity areas)
- A true breeding breakthrough! The first professional-quality seed L. stoechas series produces quality comparable to vegetative varieties.
- Compact to medium habit with good branching and uniformity – easily fills 4-in./10-cm pots to gallons.
- Flowers heavily to almost cover the plant.
- Short harvest window – fits bench run programs.
- Long-flowering and self-cleaning with good secondary flush of flowers.
- Holds dense, mounded habit in the garden without falling open.
- A “Gateway to Gardening” variety for young shoppers – great nursery and grocery store impulse item, gift plant, indoor pot plant.
Important second color is the perfect partner to Purple. Features large, soft pink flags on spikes with deep rose flowers.