Lavender Plant

$ 14.00 

  • Lavender Plant
  • Lavender Plant
  • Lavender Plant
  • Lavender Plant
  • Lavender Plant
  • Lavender Plant

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Add some lavender love to your garden with a lavender plant from Lavender Pond Farm. Lavender is deer resistant, helps repel bugs and is an excellent pollinator for bees and butterflies.  These are the same varieties we grow in our fields and are hardy to our zone.We have plants available in 1/2 gallon containers for $14; 1 gallon for $18 and 2 gallon pots for $24 (not available for shipping). Not all varieties are available in all sizes and some quantities are limited.

Here's what we've got in stock right now:

  • Dilly Dilly  (1/2 gal only) Lavandula x intermedia (French). Approx. 20-30 inches. A new variety at Lavender Pond Farm, Dilly Dilly is a rounded shrub packed with highly fragrant violet-blue flower spikes. A great choice for cut flowers and crafts, it’s a hardy, easy to grow variety, and a favorite of the bees.
  • Blue Cushion - (1 gal. only) Lavandula Angustifolia (English). Approx. 12-16 inches. Blue Cushion forms a perfectly compact, rounded cushion of fragrant lavender. From early to late summer, the plant blooms with deep blue flowers which lighten to pale blue as they mature. The flowers are produced in several flushes, giving the appearance of continual bloom sometimes into early fall depending on the weather. Deadheading helps rebloom.

  • Essence (1 gallon only) Lavandula Angustifolia (English) Approx. 12-18 inches. A new comer to Lavender Pond Farm, Essence has become hugely popular for its landscape performance. Essence Lavender typically blooms a bit earlier than other English varieties and produces a bouquet of bright blueberry colored flowers for many weeks, with stems the perfect length for fresh or dried bouquets. A favorite amongst gardeners for its rounded shape and dense foliage.

  • Grosso (2 gallon only) Lavandula x. intermedia (French). One of the heartiest of all lavender varieties and the "go to" plant for essential oil and craft making for its amazing blooms, Grosso produces dark blue flower spikes in mid-summer with gray-green foliage. A heavy bloomer that is great for lavender wands, fresh and dried bouquets, sachets and potpourri. A favorite of the bees and butterflies too.
    • Hidcote - (1/2 gal. 1 gal. & 2 gal.) Lavandula angustifolia (English). Approx. 18-24 inches. One of the most popular varieties. Dark colored lavender-blue flower spikes in late spring and early fall. Compact and sweetly fragrant. Adds great color to garden beds and walkways.
      • Munstead - (1/2 gal. 1 gal. & 2 gal.) Lavandula angustifolia (English). Approx. 12-18 inches. Compact, early bloomer starts flowering in late June and continues into early fall. Great as an edger or low garden hedge. Fragrant flowers dry well and are excellent for sachets and potpourris.
      • Phenomenal  (1/2 gallon only) Lavandula x. intermedia (French). One of our “go to” varieties, Phenomenal is one of the hardiest and easiest to grow lavenders for our region. Approx. 36 inches with spiky purple flowers and silver foliage. Fragrant and a favorite of our butterflies.

      English Varieties – First bloom typically late June, early July. Routine clipping during bloom season will result in additional blooms all summer into early fall.

      French Varieties – Typically bloom later than English. Mid-July into early August. Once clipped may send up smaller spikes, but not always. The french varieties typically do not bloom year 1. 

      Planting & Maintenance Tips – All Varieties

      Lavender is a hearty, drought resistant plant that compliments any outdoor space. It’s a natural bug deterrent, deer and rabbit resistant and wonderfully fragrant flower that bees and butterflies adore.

      Here are a couple recommendations for planting your new lavender plants:

      • Full sun. The more the better.
      • Plant in well draining soil. Add sand if you need too.
      • Water your new plants regularly.
      • Once plant is established, water infrequently (every 2 weeks).
      • Harvest when flowers have partially bloomed.
      • Prune back new growth in fall and spring.
      • Do not over-water your lavender!

      Good luck and if you have any questions, don't hesitate to ask a staff member on site or contact us online. All plants include our Guide to Growing Lavender.

      **** Our Plant Policy ~ Please Read ****
      Lavender Pond Farm guarantees plants that are healthy and true to name. Due to environmental and planting conditions beyond our control, we cannot guarantee the life and productivity of any plant. Please speak to a Lavender Pond Farm staff member if you have any questions about this policy, planting or maintaining your new lavender plants.

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