This compact perennial lavender forms a neat, cushiony mound of fragrant, fine-cut, silvery-green foliage; spikes of deep blue flowers attract bees and butterflies; great cut flower; deer resistant; drought and heat tolerant once established; provides winter interest.
provides winter interest
Lovely in borders, containers, mass plantings, herb, rock and water-wise gardens
Lavandula angustifolia 'Blue Cushion'
(Blue Cushion English Lavender)
Spikes of deep blue flowers
June - August
Moderate-Low. Drought tolerant once established
Light, well-drained soils
Plant Care Tips
Transplanting can be done in either spring or late summer. The only hard and fast rule is that you need to water well for at least a month after planting, but avoid standing water around the roots.