Lavender Blue Spear
You’ll enjoy armloads of intensely fragrant lavender wands from early summer into fall with Blue Spear Lavender, Lavandula. Only growing 12″ tall, its short stature makes it ideal for containers and edging. An extra tough variety it withstands cold winters, heat and humidity. A pollinator favorite. Deer and bunny resistant, and repels mosquitoes.
According to PanAmerican Seed, the company that introduced this wonder:
The showiest English Lavender you can grow…! Blue Spear shows off bigger, taller spikes than any other seed lavender, with more upright flower stems that stand closer to each other for huge impact from a distance.
Plant Lavender in full sun to part shade in well-drained soil. Good drainage is a must for Lavender. Cut spent flowers to encourage more blooms. Plants benefit from a light pruning in early spring.