Wooly Purple Lavender is just that. It is distinguished by silvery foliage with a fuzzy texture. The leaves are narrow and long, and the plant habit grows in a nice mound. The purple blooms open on long stems and have a menthol smell when crushed. This variety comes from the rocky slopes of Spain and is also known as Spanish Mountain Lavender.
Spacing: Plant 36” apart.
Height: Grows 36″ tall.
How To Grow: Plant in full sun.
Outstanding Features: The tiny hairs on Wooly Purple Lavender trap moisture around the leaf which helps the plant to survive in dry conditions.
Tips: Wooly Lavender doesn’t like wet, humid conditions so keep it on the dry side and water at the base if watering at night.
Uses: Garden Bed, Containers, Rock Gardens, Dried Flower