Welcome the unmistakable scent of lavender into your landscape, kitchen or winter sachets. There are many cultivars of lavender. They thrive in full sun with well draining soil. The flowers attract many pollinators. Most commonly known are English (Lavendula angustifolia), Spanish (L. stoechas), French (L.dentata) and a hybrid L.x intermedia. Within these are variations in hardiness, plant habit and flower colour.
'Platinum Blonde' is unique in having variegated foliage-grey green with a cream edge, flowers are pale blue. Hardy to zone 6 (which is not Waterloo Wellington counties- we are zone 5) which means overwintering will take special precautions or treat it like an annual.
Bloom time June-September
Hardiness Zone 6*
Please note: This picture shows what the plant may look like when more mature. At this time our plants may not look like this.