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Lavender Sentivia Blue
(English Lavender)

£12.50

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Great for wildlife
July - September
60cm x 80cm
Sun
Attracts Wildlife
Fully Hardy

English Lavender is one of the most popular evergreen shrubs for planting as a border or dwarf hedge, but can also look great in a container on the patio where the fragrance can be admired. It’s small blue-violet flowers are a magnet for bees and other wildlife all summer long.

 

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Description

Lavenders grow best in well drained soil in a sheltered, but sunny location. During the first year water regularly during dry periods, decreasing to every other week once established. To encourage a second flush cut each flower stem back to the first set of leaves, once the plant has completely finished flowering cut the flower stems back by up-to one half but be careful not to cut into the woody growth or they will not regrow. Do not prune after mid-August. Feed in spring with a balanced, slow release fertiliser.

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