Pink Lavender

Spikes of tiny, light pink flowers add color and fragrance to the garden. This versatile plant can be grown in rock gardens, herb gardens, as a low hedge or edging a border. Like other lavenders, Pink English Lavender can be dried and used in sachets or potpourri. 3″ pot. Lavandula angustifolia ‘Rosea’Perennial •Z5-8 •H15-18″xW12-18″ •Midsummer

  • Botanical Name:

    Lavandula angustifolia ‘Rosea’

  • Sun Exposure:
    Full Sun, Partial Shade
  • Height/Habit:
    15 – 18 inches
  • Spread:
    12 – 18 inches
  • Spacing:
    12 – 18 inches
  • Hardiness Zone:
    5-8
  • Flowering Date:
    Mid summer.
  • Planting Instructions:
    Where marginally hardy, plant near a sunny wall or in a container that can be moved indoors for winter.
  • Winter Care:
    A mulch around the roots is advisable in northern areas and a light winter mulch should be used in cold and windy spots.
  • Growth Rate:
    Moderate.
  • Flower Color:
    Pink
  • Flower Form:
    Many very tiny flowers in whorls along a terminal spike up to 8″ in length.
  • Foliage Type:
    Gray-green almost white when young, evergreen needle-like, 1 1/2″ long.
  • Pruning:
    To trim back spent flower stems.
  • Soil Requirement:
    Medium to dry soil
  • Additional Information:
    If grown for drying, cut the flowerheads before they fully open.