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Lavandula angustifolia
English Lavender

English Lavender has foliage, stems, flowers, and dried everlastings that are highly aromatic when crushed, bruised, or rubbed against. This plant probably looks its best at two years of age in the landscape, when it is fully established but not so big and woody as to look ratty and unkempt, especially after Summer flowering and also before new foliage emergence in Spring.


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