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Lavandula x
'Goodwin Creek Grey'
Lavender

Lavandula x 'Goodwin Creek Grey' - Lavender

Description

Lavandula x 'Goodwin Creek Grey' is a cross between two French lavenders, and with this parentage comes better heat and humidity tolerance than most other lavenders. It is similar to the dentata lavenders in form with long, stocky leaves, and toothed edges but with a beautiful silver color. ‘Goodwin Creek Grey ’ also has a fresh fragrance that can be described as a mixture of rosemary and lavender, and in spring they are covered with short, dense flower stalks that are topped with violet bracts. Lavenders must have excellent drainage and pruning on a regular basis is beneficial for the best form. This Lavender can grow 24-36" tall.

Hardiness: USDA Zones 5-9
Plant Use: Flowering Perennial
Exposure: Full Sun
Water Requirements: Low

Does best in full sun.Does well in dry situations.

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