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Lavandula x intermedia ‘White Spikes’
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Lavandula intermedia White Spikes

<i>Lavandula</i> x <i>intermedia</i> ‘White Spikes’

Lavandula

Lavender

In the Middle Ages, Lavender was a chief ingredient in the famous “Four Thieves” vinegar, and today no classic sachet or potpourri would be complete without it.

We use Lavenders in every garden we design. Dependable and drought tolerant, their strikingly handsome flowers, whether white or blue, pink, violet or purple, offer a heady aroma and an upright spiky look, while the foliage forms a pleasing mound during the off season. In the herb garden, border or rockery, they combine well with grasses, perennials or other shrubs. If the plants are cut back in late June, many cultivars will produce a second bloom in autumn.

Lavandula x intermedia ‘White Spikes’ full sun

Creating subtle soothing accents, silver-laced linear green leaves and ample-sized fragrant flowers with bright white petals plus sage green bracts crest firm lengthy stems. 'White Spikes's sophisticated bushy mound can be situated amid Lychnis coronaria 'Alba' and Achillea x kellereri for a gentle blend of white and pearly gray.

Blooms June–October.

Size: 2-1/2' high x 2-1/2' wide; hardy to zone 6.

Lavandula x intermedia ‘White Spikes’ (S-0259)
Each $8.00
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AVAILABLE LATE SPRING 2017



       


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