A woody, compact perennial that has silvery, needle-like foliage. It can grow up to 60cm high, and has deep purple flowers. These blooms can have many uses once dried, for culinary purposes or for things such as crafts and potpourii.
How To Grow
Lavender requires full sun and extremely well draining soil. The most common problems with lavender are usually caused by high humidity and lingering moisture in the soil over a period of time. Also make sure to space plants out to allow lots of air circulation; this will help prevent excess moisture build up on the leaves.