Mr. Fothergill's Lavender 'English Dwarf'

Mr. Fothergill's Lavender 'English Dwarf'

4.70

Botanical Name: Lavendula angustifolia

Lovely fragrant, dwarf and compact plants that will flower in their first year from an early sowing. Ideal for hedging, bedding or containers.

Plant Height: 60cm

How To Grow

Sow seeds thinly into a seed bed or trays of compost. Just cover the small seed. Keep moist. Thin, prick out or pot on as necessary, giving each plant room to develop. Transplant to flowering position in the autumn. Mulch plants well for winter protection. Thinly in trays of compost. Just cover the seeds with compost and keep moist and warm at about 20C (68F). Thin (prick out) to other trays when seedlings have developed 2-4 leaves. Harden off and plant outside, spacing 45-60cm (18-24in) apart.

When To Plant

Autumn to early Winter.

Flowering

Spring to Summer.

Sow

Autumn, Winter

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