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English Lavender 'Hidcote' 30 - 40 cm / 2 L

£10.00
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Why We Love It

Named in honour of the National Trust’s famous Arts and Crafts garden in Gloucestershire, Lavandula angustifolia ‘Hidcote’ has a huge fan base among gardeners. 

This compact lavender is packed with fragrant, violet-purple flower spikes all summer while aromatic silvery grey foliage creates a Mediterranean atmosphere. 

Ideal for edging paths and borders, ‘Hidcote’ holds a coveted Royal Horticultural Society Award of Garden Merit (AGM) for top performance. 

Its nectar-rich blooms are a magnet for bees and pollinators.

Make a Big Impact in Your Garden

Make a Big Impact in Your Garden

Pick a trio of big, medium and small plants and pots for a stunning display with minimal effort.

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Planting and Care

Into the Ground

  1. Water the plant thoroughly before planting.
  2. Make a hole that's twice the width of the rootball but the same depth.
  3. Add some organic matter to the soil.
  4. Remove the temporary container and plant at the same height as it was growing in the pot, just burying the roots.
  5. Firm the soil around the plant using your hands.
  6. Water well and get well-watered until established.

Into a Pot

  1. Find a pot that's twice the size of the rootball.
  2. Ensure it has plenty of drainage holes, and put crocks in the bottom, to ensure no compost get washed away.
  3. Fill with good quality compost.
  4. Make a hole slightly bigger than the rootball.
  5. Place the plant into the hole at soil level.
  6. Firm in and water well.

Product Specifications

Current Height30 - 40 cm
Eventual Height60 cm
Eventual Spread75 cm
LocationBorder or bed, Terrace or balcony
Effort LevelLooks after itself
Flower ColourPurple
Pot Diameter17 cm
Pot Volume2 L
Weight2 kg
Code: SPRTL105024
Tips for growing Lavandula

Tips for growing Lavandula

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