A popular Lavender with aromatic greyish foliage and perfumed lilac flower heads. One of the worlds favourite lavenders. Used not only as a garden specimen, but also for oils, pot pourri and cut flowers.
English Lavender grows 70cms tall by 45cms wide in a sunny open position, in well drained soil, English lavender can tolerate dry conditions, but doesn't like wet feet.
English Lavender is ideal for cottage gardens ( first choice plant), can be used for hedging and borders, cut flowers, , pots and containers and the flowers can be dries and used in pot pourri sachets.
Prune after flowering to encourage and promote strong, compact bushy growth and even though they dont need it often, fertilise once per year with a good quality slow release fertiliser
Lavender "The Princess"is a compact lavender with delightfully perfumed stunning silvery foliage and vibrant hot pink bracts above deep pink butterfly like flowers.
Stylish and beautiful, The Princess flowers from late Winter, all through the Spring and Summer months in full sun, is fast growing, has a compact neat habit with aromatic foliage, is dry tolerant once established in well drained soil types ( except soggy wet).
Princess Lavender is great as a border or low hedge and looks amazing in pots and containers around paved areas, decks, balconies and patios.
Clip back to two thirds of its size in late summer to maintain shape and vigour and apply a slow release fertiliser, like our paddys plant food.
Darwinia Citrodora is a small Australian Native shrub with lemon scented triangular green foliage with purple tips and unusual orange flowers with prominent stamens in the sprin and summer months.
Darwinia Citrodora attracts nectar feeding birds, grows 1 to 1.5 metres tall by 1 to 1.5 metre wide, tolerates full sun, but grows better in partial shaded gardens, in free draining soils.
as always, prune after flowering to encourage compact fresh growth and fertilise once per year with a native fertiliser,