Plant Information

Lavandula Bandera Purple

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Plant Details:

Scientific Name: Lavandula stoechas

Common Name: Spanish Lavender

Hardiness Zone: 7a - 10b

Hardiness Degree: 0°F (-17.8°C)

Blooming Season: Early Spring, Spring, Late Spring, Summer

Plant Habit: Mounded

Characteristics: Low Maintenance

Water: Medium

Fertilize: Every two weeks

Spacing: 12 - 14" (30 - 36cm)

Height: 7 - 9" (18 - 23cm)

Width: 10 - 12" (25 - 30cm)

Exposure: Sun

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.

Grower Information:

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.

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