Primavera Lavender (Lavandula stoechas ‘Anouk Deluxe 1225’)

Primavera Lavender

  • Bold Royal Purple Flower Spikes
  • Iconic Herbal Scented Foliage & Blooms
  • Heat Tolerant Spanish Lavender
  • Deer & Rabbit Resistant
  • Bees & Butterflies Favorite!
  • Full Sun & Arid Conditions
  • Containers, Crafts, Cut Flowers & Herb Gardens
  • Narrow, Fine-Textured Gray-Green Leaves
  • Silver Dusted Foliage
  • Upright Clump-Forming
  • Drought Tolerance

With royal purple crowns atop beautiful flower spikes, the fragrant flowers are Primavera Lavender (Lavandula stoechas ‘Anouk Deluxe 1225’) is fit for a king!

A unique new Spanish Lavender plant type, this new addition features showy dark purple flags above small purple wands waving above upright, fine-textured, narrow leaves. Creating equally fragrant foliage clumps of green-grey!

Featuring heat, sun and drought tolerance, the bees, butterflies and hummingbirds will flock to these flowers during the early and late summer bloom time months!

How to Use Primavera Lavender In The Landscape

Perfect in hot, dry, sunny sites, Primavera plants thrive in Rock gardens and Perennial beds alike. The dense clumps are lovely throughout Cottage, Herb and Kitchen gardens and Cutting gardens alike. The flower color looks lovely among almost all other blooms!

Fragrant top to bottom, add to your Meditation gardens and ‘Garden of the Senses’, where the soothing fragrance relaxes and entices you to tarry just a bit longer.

Plant in containers where you can control their watering and drainage. Balcony, porch and patio gardens are all perfect locations for these aristocratic perennials.

The small dark purple flowers are great for crafts and floral design, dried or fresh, they retain their heavenly scent!

Tips For Care

Hardy and occasionally evergreen in USDA hardiness zones 7-9, these can be brought into greenhouses or enclosed porches in the colder months if you live zones 6 and under. Or Northern gardeners can treat these as annual thrillers in containers.

Plant in full sun for best results! Lavender loves about any soil type and is tolerant of dry, rocky or sandy well-draining soil with low but consistent moisture. To help hold in additional moisture, mulch the site well with 3-4 inches of arborist bark chips to insulate the root system and maintain better moisture consistency.

Provide good air circulation and this plant has a habit of reblooming when deadhead the flower heads as soon as they’re done blooming. Requiring little maintenance otherwise, Lavender is rabbit and deer-resistant as well!

Primavera Lavender (Lavandula stoechas ‘Anouk Deluxe 1225’) Details

Common name Primavera Lavender
Botanical name Lavandula stoechas 'Anouk Deluxe 1225'
Plant type Perennial
Hardiness zone 7-9
Growth rate Medium
Height 18 - 20 inches
Width 15 - 18 inches
Sunlight Full Sun
Moisture Low Once Established
Soil condition Well Drained
Pollinator-friendly Yes
Pruning time Early Spring
Flower color Purple