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Provence Lavender for Sale Online
Lavender Provence is a hybrid lavender known for its vibrant shades of tall purple blooms and gray-green foliage. This perennial subshrub thrives in well-drained and alkaline soil, although it will grow in dry climates. Lavender Provence’s subtle green foliage and fragrant purple flowers make an excellent choice for any garden hedge or border.
Lavender is a Mediterranean plant, so it likes drier alkaline soil and lots of sunlight. You can plant your Lavender Provence in long rows for the traditional french meadow look, use them in naturalistic gardens, plant alone as a specimen, or you can plant a low hedge or border around your herb garden. Leave room for the breeze to move through your Lavender Provence plants in order to get the full sensory effect all spring and summer. These are deer tolerant but a favorite of bees and pollinators.
|2 to 2.5 feet
|Water well until established
|Fragrant foliage, deer resistant, attracts butterflies
How to Care for Lavender Provence
Be sure to read our planting instructions to ensure a healthy and happy plant for years to come!
What type of light is best for Lavender provonce?
Lavender Provence grows best in full-sun. Although tolerant to dry-conditions, this plant enjoys great air circulation. You’ll be amazed by this plant’s movement, and your plant will be happy too!
How do I fertilize Lavender Provence?
Lavender Provence should be fertilized once per year to ensure optimal growth and vibrant hues. We suggest fertilizing Lavender during the early fall with 2-1-1 alkalizing plant food.
How often do I water water Lavander Provence?
We suggest watering your Lavender one to two times per month throughout the spring to mid-fall growing season. Lavender Provence enjoys drying out between watering, and rarely needs to be watered during the dormant season. Young plants should be watered moderately, while established plants should receive a deep watering throughout the hot summer months.
What soil is best for Lavender Provence?
We recommend that you grow Lavender Provence in average, dry to medium, well-drained, alkaline soil in full sun. Lavandin can be difficult to grow in the far north area, primarily because of winter stresses and high summer humidity. Well-drained soils are required, particularly in winter. Root rot commonly attacks plants grown in poorly drained soils. Lavender prefers a light, sandy soil with somewhat low fertility.