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Lavender 'Blue Spear' | 2L Pot

Lavandula 'Blue Spear'

SKU: PB0404

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Compact Lavender perfect for pots
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The Highlights

    • Deep Indigo blue flowers all summer
    • Flowers from July to September
    • Compact dwarf variety ideal for pots and windowboxes
    • Very drought and heat tolerant
    • A highly fragrant variety of English Lavender
    • Can be used as edging for pathways
    • RHS Plants for Pollinators certified

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Supplied as:

2 Litre Pot

Height on arrival:

Eventual height:

30cm

Eventual spread:

25-30cm
This variety has a spread of 25-30cm

Time to first crop:

Habit:

Upright
Flowers grow on upright sturdy stems

Hardiness:

Fully hardy
Will endure even the harshest of UK winters

Rootstock:

Spacing:

30cm
Leave 30cm between plants to allow for spreading

Care Guide

Excellent pest and disease resistance

Lavender has very few serious problems with pests or diseases.MORE

Water lightly

Lavender only needs to be watered regularly in summer during the first year after planting or if you are keeping the plant in a container. If you plant Lavender in the ground it should not need much watering if at all past the first year after it has managed to establish itself.MORE

Full sun

Plant somewhere the plant will receive 6-8 hours of direct sunlight every day.MORE

Any average, well-drained soil

Lavender do well in any average, well-drained soil. If your soil is particularly clay-heavy and/or often becomes waterlogged then you can improve the drainage by adding in plenty of organic matter such as garden compost as well as some perlite or gravel.MORE

Feed lightly

Lavender does not strictly need feeding, but will benefit from a balanced fertiliser applied in spring and autumnMORE

Prune regularly

Deadhead any spent flowers to promote new, fresh growth. Lavender also becomes quite woody over the years so you can trim the plant annually in late summer once the flowering has finished.MORE