French lavender – design


Give your local bees a taste of Provence an aromatic, vigorous variety of french lavender producing a mass of pale purple flowers all summer long. Lavender is one of the most popular small garden shrubs and it’s easy to understand why.

Please note, this plant is coming to the end of its season so it may not look its best when it arrives to you. It has stopped flowering and may have been cut back but it will flower again in abundance next summer.

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About the product

French lavender (Lavandula stoechas) is a captivating and aromatic herb that hails from the sun-soaked regions of the Mediterranean, particularly France, Spain, and Italy. This exquisite plant is a quintessential staple of Mediterranean gardens, where its beauty and fragrance make it a cherished addition to the landscape.

French lavender is beloved in Mediterranean gardens because of its delightful fragrance. Lavender’s aroma not only adds an inviting atmosphere to the garden but also has therapeutic properties, making it a popular choice for aromatherapy and herbal remedies.

Bees and butterflies are drawn to lavender’s nectar-rich flowers, making it a valuable plant for supporting wildlife and biodiversity in the garden.

As a drought-tolerant plant, French lavender is perfectly suited to hot, dry summers. With climate change causing extreme weather, such as drought, rest assured this plant will thrive.

What's included

  • A French lavender plant – planted in your chosen pot (if added)
  • Care guide
Current height (inc. pot):
Current width:
Light needs:
Full sun
Frost sensitive?
Pollinator friendly?
Child safe?
🟢 - not harmful
Pet safe?
🟠 - if eaten in small quantities can cause an upset stomach. If eaten in large quantities, can cause serious intestinal blockages.

Seasons of interest

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  2. Peat-free compost Peat- free compost
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