Lavandula angustifolia Melissa Lilac (Lavender)

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Excellent compact form of the english lavender, Melissa Lilac is noted for its unusual flower form and long flowering period Read more
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Why we love it:
  • Lavender Melissa Lilac is a new variety of English Lavender with grey green foliage with delicate lilac flowers that fade to white in Summer
  • Wonderfully vigorous and luxuriant growth. A robust lavender, it can also withstand drought. It can be used as a hedge, in a border or a patio container. Highly fragranced

    What you need to know:
  • Plant Type: Hardy Shrub
  • Flowers: Lilac/Pink fading to white in Summer
  • Approx Height after 4 years: 60cm (2')
  • Approx Width after 4 years: 75m (2'5")
  • Position: Full sun
  • Soil Type: Prefers free draining soilCaring for your plant:
  • Water well until established
  • Like all lavenders will benefit from a hard prune to the first signs of new growth in March/April. Also cut back hard after flowering in August/September

    Please note plants can take 3-7 days to deliver as we have to pick from our nursery and prepare for transport. Please remember this is a live product. Please make sure you're available to recieve delivery or leave an alterative delivery message such as leave with neighbour during the checkout process.
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