Lavender Plants for 2022
Due to Barb's accident in December and inability to access the greenhouse for 4 months, many of her lavender cuttings were lost, so some hoped for varieties were lost or in short supply. She was able to replace some with new varieties from lavender growers in the South and Northwest.
Betty's Blue Lavender
Culinary lavender. Has very fragrant violet blue flowers. Has a 2-3' spread.
Dutch Mill Lavender
Blooms in late summer with long stems. A few left.
Goodwin Creek Lavender
Very fragrant Blooms in summer and into fall and even indoors Woolly silver gray foliage. Will withstand temperatures to 10 degrees. Will tolerate high humidity better than some other varieties.None this year.
Attractive plump purple flowers on 12-14 spikes. Grown in France for oil production. Discovered in 1972 when disease had wiped out other varieties. Produces 500-600 blooms per plant. May live 15-20 years.Sold out.
Green Dentata Lavender
Fragrant, fine-toothed bright green leaves with purple flowers. Tender perennial. Blooms well indoors A few left.
One of the tallest lavenders. Good for hedges. Has long stemmed flowers for fresh use. Does not retain color well when dried.Afew left.
Culinary lavender. Silver grey foliage with deep purple flowers. Produced two crops last year. Sold out.
Hidcote Giant Lavender
A cross between Hidcote and L. latifolia or Portuguese lavender. A large plant, growing up to 3' tall with long fragrant spikes of blooms.
Culinary. Medium sized plant. Usually very winter hardy.
Good culinary lavender. Great culinary lavender and used in sachets. Flowers do not stay well on the stems once dried.A few left.
Very fragrant lavender especially in dried sachets. May bloom twice a season.
Very fragrant with dark purple flowers. Good for making lavender oil.