Lavender Hidcote

Posted on September 27, 2010 by Lavender World

Lavender Hidcote

  • Hidcote is the quintessential English lavender which is a long established favourite in gardens around the country.
  • A dwarf variety it will reach around 45cm (18 inches) in height and spread.
  • Deep purple flowers on short stems protrude from grey-green leaves during the summer months.
  • Exceptionally popular for hedging, plant around 30 – 45cm (1 foot to 18 inches) apart.
  • It is an ideal plant to edge around a vegetable patch as it will attract bees in their hundreds and so aid the pollination of crops.
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