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Smells like lavender, grows like lavender, but those stunning variegated leaves are definitely not your average lavender!
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Before one gets lulled into thinking all lavenders are alike, consider this Variegated Allard's Lavender that is a cross between French and Spike lavenders, resulting in distinctly serrated leaves and tall flower spikes. Thriving in full sun and well-draining soil, Variegated Allard's Lavender will grow to two to three feet tall and wide at maturity. Absolutely stunning in a large container on the patio or along a walkway, its wonderful fragrance can be enjoyed by passersby, and it will be easy to move the container under shelter during the winter. Not as cold hardy as other varieties of lavender, we think Variegated Allard's Lavender is worth the extra effort.
|Common Name||Variegated Allard's Lavender|
|Mature Size||2 - 3 feet tall and wide|
|Cold Hardiness||20° F|
|Characteristics||Treat as an annual in the Pacific NW, deer-resistant, drought tolerant once established, fragrant|
|Light||Sun to partial sun|
|Bloom Color||Pale blue|
|Uses||Rock gardens, container gardens, hanging baskets, borders|
|Photos||Real images, not stock photos|