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Rosea Lavender
Lavandula angustifolia 'Rosea'
Uses: Culinary/Medicinal/Aromatic Duration: Perennial (hardy in zones 5-8)
When to Sow: Spring/Late Summer/Early Fall Ease of Germination: Moderate
(Jean Davis lavender) A wonderful compact variety adored for its aromatic light-pale pink blossoms that contrast well against a backdrop of green foliage. Blossoms appear in late spring to early summer and can be used in baking as well as potpourris. Like any other variety, Rosea Lavender must be located in full sun and planted in well drained alkaline sandy soil, ideally in a raised bed or rock garden as they are prone to root rot if conditions are too wet. Perfect for borders, rock gardens and containers. After the second year of growth, begin pruning once or twice a year, cutting back a third of its foliage. This will help maintain their shape, leaf and flower production as well as prevent woodyness. Ht. 12 inches.
P3629 Plants $3.75/ea, $9.00/3 plants, $28.80/12 plants
P3629 Plug pack 12 $15.00/ea
P3629 Plug tray 90 $80.00/ea
S3629 Seeds $5.25/pkt
S3629 Bulk Seeds $36.00/g, $260.00/10g
Currency: United States Dollar

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