Lavandula stoechas
'Ghostly Princess'

Photo by Suncrest

Ghostly silvery white foliage (with a blue cast), dense form and highest rating for toughness makes ‘Ghostly Princess’ a worthwhile lavender to grow. Bred in Australia, this beauty grows to 3’x2’ and is disease resistant. It starts blooming profusely in late Winter to early Spring with highly scented lavender-pink spikelets topped by pink petals. Deadhead after flowering for extended Summer bloom. Spectacular in a border, do grow lavender in fast draining, moderately fertile soil. Cut back immediately after bloom is finished by no more than 1/3rd - at the latest by first week in September, to maintain appearance for next season. Highly sought after by bees, butterflies and is deer resistant.

Plant MacGyver

Full Sun
Avg/Low Water

USDA Zones 6-10
USPP# 29,697