photo:(right) Sue Brown
Fabulously fragrant & small in stature, this is a lovely little lavender for petite gardens. Growing to a cute & compact 1’ by 1’ mound, it doesn’t get all gangly & awkward like its non-dwarf form has a tendency of doing. Bees are big fans of the deep purple, tubular flowers that appear in Summer topped by violet-purple “bunny ear” bracts that persist for weeks after the flowers themselves have faded. Good drainage is the key to success. Extra credit points for being drought tolerant & deer resistant!