Angustifolia Lavender Cultivars

Avice Hill (Lav. Angustifolia cv.)

Zone 5-9              Growth 24-30”

This cultivar is from New Zealand, wonderful as an ornamental. Fragrance attributes to crafts and oils.

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Baby Colby (Lav. Angustifolia cv.)

Zone 5-9               Growth 16-20”

This petite cultivar is deep purple with spikes that are full of flowers. It’s size makes this specimen great for potting.

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Blue Mountain White (Lav. Angustifolia cv.)

Zone 5-9              Growth 24-30”

From New Zealand this plant grows in a compact form suitable for ornamental landscaping.

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Brabant Blue  (Lav. Angustifolia cv.)***

Zone 5-9              Growth 30-36”

A Selection with long light blue spikes that can be a great addition to ornamental landscaping.

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 Coconut Ice (Lav. Angustifolia cv.)

Zone 5-9              Growth 12-24”

A petite variety that displays both white and pink on the same spike, makes for a very nice low hedge.

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Cedar Blue (Lav. Angustifolia cv.)

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De Lavande (Lav. Angustifolia cv.)**

Zone 5-9              Growth 20-24”

It was discovered in the south of France, growing at 4000ft in an undiscovered lavender field by Andy and Melissa Van Hevelingen. The flowers or bud from these plants are great in potpourris, essential oils and aromatherapy.

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Egerton Blue (Lav. Angustifolia cv.)

Zone 5-9              Growth 28-36”

From Australia this cultivar is a large bright blue selection great for landscaping and essential oil.

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Elisabeth (Lav. Angustifolia cv.)

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Fiona English (Lav. Angustifolia cv.)***

Zone 5-9              Growth 18-24”

This very dark purple flower makes for a wonderful hedge or oil plant.

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Folgate (Lav. Angustifolia cv.)

Zone 5-9              Growth 24-30”

An original cultivar strain dated before 1933 this dark purple-violet produces oil as well as a very nice ornamental addition to landscaping.

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French Fields (Lav. Angustifolia cv.)

Zone 5-9              Growth 18-24”

From France, this variety was introduced to the United States in the 1980’s by the Van Hevelingen’s. It is a small plant that blooms continuously thru the summer.

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Little Lottie (Lav. Angustifolia cv.)***

Zone 5-9              Growth 18-22”

A low growing light pink spike that blooms for an extended period.

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Maillette (Lav. Angustifolia cv.)  ****

Zone 5-9              Growth 12-24”

An older cultivar introduced by Pierre Grosso. Its light purple spike has a concentrated silver foliage and produces a fine essential oil.

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Melissa (Lav. Angustifolia cv.)

Zone 5-9              Growth 18-22”

Very light pink and white spikes. Named after Melissa Van Hevelingen. It is a great choice for ornamental use or in the kitchen as a culinary herb with delicate flavor.

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Miss Phillipi (Lav. Angustifolia cv.)***

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Myra (Lav. Angustifolia cv.)

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New Zealand Blue (Lav. Angustifolia cv.)

Zone 5-9               Growth 26-32”

As the name states this is a periwinkle colored flower. This culinary variety is used to enhance food flavors and boost other spices in different food groups.

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Norfolk (Lav. Angustifolia cv.)  ***

Zone 5-9              Growth 24-36”

From the famed Norfolk Lavender in the United Kingdom. Producing a tall dark spike this plant is paired well with making crafts as well as oil.

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Pacific Blue (Lav. Angustifolia cv.)

Zone 5-9              Growth 24-30”

A French cultivar known for its award winning oil. This bright violet blue plant also makes a great hedge.

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Pacific Pink  (Lav. Angustifolia cv.)

Zone 5-9              Growth 20-24”

Derived from the Pacific Blue cultivar this New Zealand native is a petite pink spike used in hedges and landscaping.

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Peter Pan (Lav. Angustifolia cv.)  ***

Zone 5-9              Growth 12-18”

A small compact variety suitable as a low hedge or ornamental in a small garden.

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Royal Velvet (Lav. Angustifolia cv.)

Zone 5-9              Growth 16-20”

An impressive dark violet flower from Van Hevelingen’s, well suited for ornamental or a featured plant in the garden.

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Two Seasons (Lav. Angustifolia cv.)

Zone 5-9              Growth 18-24”

This light blue flower selection will bloom twice, the oil from this plant is an amazingly delicate refined oil.

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Violet Intrigue  (Lav. Angustifolia cv.)

Zone 5-9              Growth 20-24”

Introduced by Virginia McNaughton from New Zealand in 1955 this impressive cultivar can be a center piece for any garden as well as a hedge.

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