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Hidcote Lavender

Hidcote Lavender

Hidcote Lavender

Hidcote Lavender

Hidcote is a popular choice in lavender. It smells wonderful, and its bright purple flowers make a lovely contrast with its blue-green evergreen foliage. You can plant Hidcote lavender as a low hedge, as an edging or border, or in a container. Hidcote lavender repels deer and rabbits and attracts pollinators. Hidcote is a recipient of the Award of Garden Merit from the U.K.’s Royal Horticultural Society.

Sun Exposure

  • full sun

Soil pH

  • 6.4 to 8.2

Hardiness Zones

  • zones 5 to 9

Season

  • late spring
  • early to mid summer

Height

  • 1 to 2 feet

Spread

  • 1 to 2 feet

Spacing

  • 18 to 24 inches

Moisture

  • 1 inch per week or less

Notes

  • prefers well-drained chalky, loamy, sandy soil
  • drought tolerant
  • attracts butterflies
  • good for containers
  • use fresh or dried in beverages and baking

Have you ever grown Hidcote lavender? Please tell us about your experiences with Hidcote lavender.

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